Casey Barnes remains on the top of the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 country airplay chart with Come Turn Me On for another week. Beau In The Back by Brad Cox moves into second, ahead of Southbound‘s This Is Us, which leaps four spaces into #3. Dan + Shay comes in at #4 with Blake Shelton’s Minimum Wage slipping down to #5.
Camille Trail and Brad Butcher move a whopping twelve spaces ahead with their single, Holding Pattern at #6. At #7 is Cass Hopetoun with Who Needs Hawaii, while no body no crime by Taylor Swift feat. HAIM moves back into the Top 10 after almost four weeks absence. Luke Combs‘s Forever After All is at #9 and The Good Ones by Gabby Barrett at #10.
One of last week’s front runners, These Days by MacKenzie Porter moves down into #11, ahead of Parmalee & Blanco Brown’s Just The Way, which moves eight spaces ahead, coming in at #12. There was also some significant movement from Dierks Bentley (#16) and Chase Rice feat. Florida Georgia Line‘s Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen. (#17).
Nashville Indiana by O’Shea continues its dominance, moving a considerable thirteen spaces to hit #18 – it’s highest ranking yet. Behind is the new entry from Dan Davidson feat. The Road Hammers, with their catchy banger Roll With It making its debut at an impressive #19.
Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home) by Elle King & Miranda Lambert moves into #22, up from #30 last week. Fan The Fire by Gretta Ziller (#24), Darius Rucker’s My Masterpiece (#26) and Annie June by Lily Grace and James Blundell (#31) also continue to rise. As does Freedom Was A Highway by Jimmie Allen & Brad Paisley (#35) and Stop & Stare by Michaela Jenke, which moves eleven spaces ahead into #36 – we premiered the video here.
There were also plenty of new entries, with Cheers Y’All by Cassidy-Rae making its debut at #29, ahead of Startin’ Something by the Wolfe Brothers & LOCASH at #32. Amber Lawrence & Catherine Britt‘s female power anthem, I Am Woman enters at #40, with Chasing After You by Ryan Hurd & Maren Morris (#47) and Back Home Again by Jason Owen feat. Tania Kernaghan (#49) closely behind.
Nobody by Dylan Scott (#33) and Vacant Lot by Riley Catherall (#34) re-enter the charts this week, as does the charitable single, Blue Skies by Felicity Dowd (#39) and Family Jordan’s Stillness (#50).