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Rachael Fahim keeps top spot for fourth week in Countrytown chart

by Mallory Arbour
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Rachael Fahim’s Middle Ground keeps the top spot for the fourth week in a row on the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 chart, with Morgan Wallen’s More Than My Hometown pushing out Brad Cox to take his place at #2.

Casey Barnes’ Bright Lines was the biggest mover, just shy of cracking the Top 10, after slipping back last week. Fanny Lumsden also jumps from #18 to #6 this week.

Chris Stapleton re-enters the Top 10 this week at #9, while The Wolfe Brothers, Thomas Rhett and Andrew Farris hold onto top positions, pushing out Keith Urban & Pink and Luke Combs. Tracks from William Crighton, Pierce Brothers, Brock Colley and the collaboration between Lee Kernaghan & The Wolfe Brothers also re-enter the list.

We pegged Hayley Jensen’s Fireworks as our Song of the Week last Wednesday and it has debuted on the charts at #37. Other new entries this week includes Katrina Burgoyne with Tennessee at #39, Davisson Brothers Band at #45 and Caitlyn Shadbolt’s Two Lost Lovers at #46.

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