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Keith Urban, Casey Barnes, Wolfe Brothers on top of Hot 50 Chart

by Mallory Arbour
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Keith Urban’s Wild Hearts takes the top spot for the second consecutive week on the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 Country Airplay Chart. Casey Barnes God Took His Time On You moves into #2, ahead of Kids On Cassette by The Wolfe Brothers (#3) and Melanie Dyer’s Run Out Of Road (#4).

Luke CombsCold As You is at #5, with If I Didn’t Love You by Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood at #6. Waves by Luke Bryan leaps an impressive eleven spots to hit #7, ahead of Same Boat by Zac Brown Band (#8) and Cold Beer Calling My Name by Jameson Rodgers featuring Luke Combs at #9.

And, proving you can’t keep a good song down, former number one for three consecutive weeks, Startin’ Something by The Wolfe Brothers and LOCASH makes its comeback, jumping forward eleven spots to round out the coveted top 10.

Our biggest mover is Buy Dirt by Jordan Davis and Luke Bryan, which moves a WHOPPING eighteen spots into #19 – can it beat it’s #12 peak? Other songs gaining momentum include Lady A’s Like A Lady, up eleven spots to #11, Hearts On Fire by Eric Church (#12) and You Should Probably Leave by Chris Stapleton (#21). Cole Swindell’s Single Saturday Night (#24), Darlinghurst’s Bad Things (#29) and Place In The Sun by Tex Perkins and The Fat Rubber Band (#34) also move forward.

The highest new entry of the week is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G by Cassidy-Rae, which comes in at #37. Knowing You by Kenny Chesney (#42), You Don’t Mix Whiskey by Blake Dantier featuring Adam Harvey (#43) and Sunshine Hurricane by Brittany Elise (#46) also debut.

Simple Then by Will Day and Brooke Schubert returns to the charts at #39. Other re-entries are Paul Kelly’s Every Step Of The Way (#41), Always On The Run by Angus Gill (#45), Georgia State Line’s The Ones We Love (#47), Casey BarnesCome Turn Me On (#48), Bed Of Roses by Big Sky Mountain (#49) and Never Wanted To Be That Girl by newly crowned CMA ‘Female Artist Of The Year’ Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde.

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