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Morgan Evans, Wolfe Brothers, James Johnston on top of Countrytown chart

by Mallory Arbour
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After eight weeks on the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 Country Airplay Chart, Australian-born, Nashville-based Morgan Evans has hit #1, taking the crown away from Startin’ Something by The Wolfe Brothers and LOCASH who slip to #2. Raised Like That by James Johnston moves into #3, ahead of Hurricane Fall with Another One More Time at #4 and Before I Met You by Kaylee Bell featuring The McClymonts at #5.

South by Troy Cassar-Daley featuring Ian Moss is at #6, followed by Jimmie Allen and Brad Paisley‘s Freedom Was A Highway at #7. Taylor Swift’s Mr. Perfectly Fine (Taylor’s Version) leaps a massive 24 spots to hit the top 10 for the first time at an impressive #8.

After climbing a WHOPPING 29 spaces last week, Vixens Of Fall also make the top 10 with Scout’s Honour coming in at #9. This Is Us by Southbound is at #10 for another week.

Gone by Dierks Bentley (#13), Come Turn Me On by Casey Barnes (#14) and Home Truths by Catherine Britt (#15) all jump over fifteen spots to near the top 10. Our Artist of the Week, Shane Nicholson moves forward with And You Will Have Your Way at #17.

Also gaining momentum is O’Shea’s Nashville Indiana, up seventeen spots to #21, and It’s Cause I Am by Callista Clark at #28. Things A Man Oughta Know by Lainey Wilson is also up (#37).

Dan + Shay makes the biggest debut at #19, with their track Good Things (off their recently released album of the same name). Our friends Good Will Remedy also hit the charts with their new single, Ghost Town at #45, followed by Cold Beer Calling My Name by Jameson Rodgers featuring Luke Combs debuting at #48.

Waves by Luke Bryan (#44), Thomas Rhett‘s Country Again (#46) and Just The Way by Parmalee and Blanco Brown (#49) all re-enter the charts this week.

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