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2024 NMA Winners & New Breaking Hits

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We are thrilled to be finally be able to share with you the winners for this year’s big & much anticipated 2024 New Music

Awards. The volume of votes on our website was quite overwhelming and it just underscored how popular and effective our

New Music Weekly family has become. It has actually been a very satisfying and humbling experience. From the nomination

process to the final outcome, the NMW subscribers and music fans from all over the USA and around the world had a hand in

this process giving it the best possible outcome. We can only hope that some of your favorites made it into the winner’s circle.

A special congratulations to all of the NMA nominees and the winners.

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Major label artists were felt loud and proud with the likes of Taylor Swift, Jack Harlow, Benson Boone among the pop

winners to name just a few. In Country we were thrilled to see that Chayce Beckham was lauded for his efforts. The artist who

first came to use from American Idol is actually from the Bakersfield, California area and it was so nice to see that he is finally

getting the recognition he so deserves. Jason Aldean was also in the winner’s circle thanks to his anthem “Try That In A Small

Town” that truly pulled at the heartstrings of America from coast to coast. What a run many of the above had.

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Independent music artists abound when it came to the winner’s circle. From the likes of Jeremy Parsons, Eileen Carey,

John Jurney, Tommy Rice to Cabela & Schmitt to name a few, the support for the indie artists on-line was truly record

breaking. This was really the ability to showcase the level playing field at New Music Weekly that we have been talking about

since we first began our publication. Since that time, hundreds of independent artists and bands have been either winners or

nominees for our annual New Music Awards. We applaud all of them for their hard work and dedication.

Artists were not the only ones that have been honored for this years NMA Awards. If you take a look at the list of

honorees on our New Music Weekly website, you can see that numerous stations, music programmers and a solid list of

industry professionals have been singled out. This group is truly the backbone of our music industry. Many of the radio stations

and programmers singled out are part of a generation that treats the artists and bands equally regardless of major label status or

popularity. We are thrilled to be able to highlight them and give the recognition they so deserve.

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This issue is also about New Breaking Hits & as of this past week there were a number of new singles released by

the majors that really deserve some immediate attention. We have to go back to recent NMA winner Taylor Swift who just

released a brand new album. With over three hundred million streams so far and counting (is that even possible) the debut

album features the single “Fortnight” (Republic) with Post Malone that pulled in the most radio support for a new song that

we have seen so far in 2024. The heat on this one is undeniable and it appears to be headed straight to the top of the charts in

record time.

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Other new breaking hits of note come to us from Sabrina Carpenter who has been on a roll in 24 with her new

“Espresso” (Island/Republic) leading the charge. Doja Cat’s back with a solid chart-breaker in “OKLOSER” (RCA). NMA

winner Benson Boone has just released the new and ever powerful “Slow It Down” (Night Street/Warner). Dua Lipa keeps

sending out hit after hit and has “Illusion” (Warner) out and about for your listening pleasure. Hozier even came back this

quarter with “Too Sweet” (Columbia) that is too good.

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New breaking independents in pop music are out from newcomer Bryan Hawn with “Too Soon” to Country from

NMW favorite Joey Canyon with “Up Yours” (Glo-Dot). Again a major congratulations to all of the New Music Award

winners. You so deserve the very best. Here at New Music Weekly we continue to “level the playing field” each and every day

and we will continue to support artists and bands from the majors to the independent artist.

O N T H E C O V E R

Sam Roy Hagar also known as the Red Rocker, is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He

rose to prominence in the early 1970s with the hard rock band Montrose before launching a successful

solo career, scoring a hit in 1984 with “I Can’t Drive 55”. He enjoyed further commercial success when

he replaced David Lee Roth as the lead vocalist of Van Halen in 1985, but left in 1996. He returned

to the band from 2003 to 2005. In 2007, Hagar was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as

a member of Van Halen. His musical style primarily consists of hard rock and heavy metal. Also a

businessman, Hagar founded the Cabo Wabo tequila brand and restaurant chain, as well as Sammy’s

Beach Bar rum. His current musical projects include being the lead singer of Chickenfoot and Sammy

Hagar and the Circle. Hagar also is the host of Rock & Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar on AXS TV.

Growing up, Hagar would pick fruit, deliver newspapers, and mow lawns to earn money. He excelled

academically and discovered music while in high school, teaching himself to play guitar on a $40 instrument

purchased from a Sears catalog. He fronted his first band, the Fabulous Castilles, when he

was 14 years old. At age 17, Hagar went to San Bernardino and snuck in to see the 1964 US debut

of the Rolling Stones at the Swing Auditorium. He also regularly attended concerts by surf guitarist

Dick Dale at the Riverside National Guard Armory. By the late 1970s, Hagar was enjoying moderate

success as a solo artist on Capitol Records under the tutelage of A&R man Carter, with such albums

as Nine on a Ten Scale and hits such as “Red”, which would build his persona and style, leading to his

nickname as “the Red Rocker”. Hagar had become a headlining act in many parts of the United States

and Europe. In 1987, Hagar had his first No. 1 hit on the Billboard Album Rock Tracks with “Give to

Live” from I Never Said Goodbye, released after which he soon joined Van Halen and the rest is history.

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T O P 4 0

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD WK

# 1

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TEDDY SWIMS — Lose Control (WMG) 1811 -33 1844 1852 27 67.5 39

1 2 BENSON BOONE — Beautiful Things (Night Street/Warner) 1794 -130 1924 1883 24 75.2 14

5 3 NOAH KAHAN — Stick Season (Mercury/Republic/UMG) 1786 +72 1714 1630 27 66.6 21

4 4 BEYONCE — Texas Hold ‘Em (Columbia/SME) 1765 +8 1757 1739 22 80.7 11

2 5 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE — Selfish (RCA/SME) 1750 -108 1858 1926 24 73.4 14

7 6 SABRINA CARPENTER — Feather (Island/UMG) 1503 +34 1469 1483 22 68.8 32

16 7 SZA — Saturn (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA) 1374 +425 949 929 19 72.8 9

8 8 DOJA CAT — Agora Hills (Kemosabe/RCA) 1340 -93 1433 1434 19 71.0 31

9 9 CABELA & SCHMITT — All Alone (C&S Music) 1245 -27 1272 1271 20 62.7 18

12 10 ARIANA GRANDE — We Can’t Be Friends (Republic/UMG) 1170 +74 1096 1024 17 69.3 8

6 11 TYLA — Water (FAX/Epic/SME) 1148 -323 1471 1603 18 64.2 29

11 12 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 1129 +8 1121 1098 16 71.0 18

10 13 ARIANA GRANDE — Yes, And? (Republic/UMG) 1106 -47 1153 1045 13 85.5 16

17 14 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Obsessed (Geffen) 1102 +163 939 953 21 52.9 1 6

14 15 TATE MCRAE — Greedy (RCA/SME) 1079 -12 1091 1091 20 54.4 32

20 16 NICKI MINAJ W/LIL UZI VERT — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 1074 +182 892 878 21 51.6 2 20

13 17 JACK HARLOW — Lovin On Me (Generation Now/Atlantic) 1038 -55 1093 1143 17 61.5 25

18 18 RENEE RAPP W/MEGAN THEE STALLION — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 999 +63 936 939 20 50.4 19

15 19 TOMMY RICE W/MORGAN RIDGELY — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 997 -67 1064 1049 13 77.1 18

19 20 FLEEKA — Low Low (Ind) 966 +36 930 896 18 54.1 15

37 21 TAYLOR SWIFT W/POST MALONE — Fortnight (Taylor Swift/UMG) 898 +496 402 0 20 45.4 7 2

22 22 VALENTINA CHERICO — Dance Until The Sunrise (RMG) 843 +64 779 702 13 65.3 14

25 23 HENRY VARGAS W/MELISSA BONILLA — Pluto (Tazmania) 827 +121 706 618 13 64.1 13

26 24 DJO — End Of Beginning (Djo Music) 824 +131 693 691 20 41.7 7

23 25 JELLY ROLL W/LAINEY WILSON — Save Me (Stoney Creek/BMG) 790 +12 778 777 16 49.8 16

21 26 DUA LIPA — Training Season (Warner/WMG) 753 -81 834 1018 20 38.1 11

27 27 JESSIE MURPH & JELLY ROLL — Wild Ones (Columbia/SME) 741 +53 688 686 20 37.5 10

24 28 VICTORIA MONET — On My Mama (RCA/SME) 735 -4 739 719 15 49.5 24

— 29 DUA LIPA — Illusion (Warner/WMG) 665 NEW 366 141 15 44.8 5 3

28 30 KNOX — Not The 1975 (Atlantic) 654 +8 646 647 15 44.1 20

32 31 HOZIER

— Too Sweet (Columbia/SME) 649 +94 555 466 18 36.5 4

— 32 SABRINA CARPENTER — Espresso (Island/UMG) 635 NEW 313 132 19 33.9 5 3

31 33 ADDIE DUNWORTH — No Chlorine (Addie Dunworth) 623 +46 577 489 20 31.6 7

29 34 BEYONCE & MILEY CYRUS — II Most Wanted (Parkwood/Columbia) 612 +12 600 559 19 32.7 4

33 35 MADISON BEER

— Make You Mine (Epic/SME) 590 +41 549 551 18 33.2 9

34 36 MICHAEL DAMIAN — Wild Irish Heart (Weir Brothers/Virgin) 582 +39 543 502 10 58.7 7

35 37 SHINEDOWN — A Symptom Of Being Human (3EE/Atlantic) 534 +2 532 524 17 31.9 35

36 38 WEEKND, JENNIE & LILY ROSE DEPP — One Of The Girls (Republic/UMG) 502 +19 483 456 14 36.3 11

38 39 FELICITY ESTELLE — Pity (JoyStar) 469 +79 390 287 13 36.5 5

39 40 MEGHAN TRAINOR & T PAIN — Been Like This (Epic/SME) 464 +74 390 387 16 29.5 2 7

Drops (Recurrents):

Selena Gomez “Love On”, Smith “Run”, Calvin Harris & Rag’n’Bone Man “Lovers In A Past Life”, Tal Babitzky “Sisters & Brothers”, Glass Animals “Creatures

In Heaven”, Blessed Madonna w/Clementine Douglas “Happier”, Twenty One Pilots “Next Semester”, Dean Lewis “The Last Bit Of Us”, Young Posse “XXL”,

Alicia Keys “Kaleidoscope”

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TOP40 CHARTBOUND

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

Inside Top40 Radio

by: Paul Loggins

DPB — Undefeated 3.0 (MTS) 428 +53 375 8 2

21 Savage — Redrum (Epic/SME) 370 +14 356 12

Reaven — Never Let Me Go (Generic) 365 +32 333 10

Justin Timberlake — No Angels (RCA/SME) 362 +66 296 13 2

Doja Cat — Okloser (Kemosabe/RCA) 309 +187 122 15 12

TOP40 UP & COMING

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

Bill Abernathy — More (MTS) 296 +15 281 6

Beaches — Blame Brett (Beaches) 254 +50 204 7

John Jurney — Nine Days (Most Likely Music) 244 +10 234 9

Pretty Poison w/KlubJumpers — Nighttime (Don Juan Entertainment) 229 +107 122 11 2

Ray Guell — My Arms Keep Missing You (Sir Ray Music) 224 +79 145 11

Dasha — Austin (Version III) 204 +16 188 7

Imagine Dragons — Eyes Closed (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope) 198 +40 158 6 2

Muni Long — Made For Me (Supergiant/Def Jam/UMG) 196 +4 192 9

Jagwar Twin — Bad Feeling (Big Loud) 186 +13 173 8

Taylor Swift w/Florence & The Machine — Florida (Taylor Swift/UMG) 172 +123 49 5 1

Benson Boone — Slow It Down (Night Street/Warner) 165 +95 70 8 7

Artemas — I Like The Way You Kiss Me (Artemas) 134 +24 110 6

Taylor Swift — My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys (Taylor Swift/UMG) 127 NEW 6 4 1

Hayes Warner w/Billy B & Kevin Rudolf

— Just A Girl (Hayes Warner Music) 110 +8 102 3

Bryan Hawn — Too Soon (Bryan Hawn Music) 91 +24 67 6

BrandiWyne — Victim (Big) 89 +14 75 5

Future, Metro Boomin, Kendrick Lamar — Like That (Epic/SME) 88 NEW 22 2 1

Galantis, David Guetta, 5 Seconds Of Summer — Lighter (Big Beat/Atlantic) 70 0 70 2

Good Neighbours — Home (Some Action) 63 +9 54 4

Mark Ambor — Belong Together (Hundred Days) 60 NEW 0 1 1

Amy Shark — Loving Me Lover (Sony Music/SME) 60 NEW 0 1 1

Taylor Swift — Down Bad (Taylor Swift/UMG) 60 NEW 0 1 1

Taylor Swift — The Tortured Poets Department (Taylor Swift/UMG) 60 +15 45 1

Ships Have Sailed w/Abby Posner — Get Loud (Ships Have Sailed) 50 +3 47 1

Chappell Roan — Good Luck, Babe! (Island/UMG) 48 NEW 0 4 4

Taylor Swift — But Daddy I Love Him (Taylor Swift/UMG) 45 NEW 30 1

Enrique Iglesias & Miranda Lambert — Space In My Heart (Sony) 44 NEW 41 1

Tones And I — Down Under (Elektra/WMG) 40 -10 50 1

Girl In Red & Sabrina Carpenter — You Need Me Now? (Columbia/SME) 40 -10 50 1

Bruce Carrell — Until Forever (Mostly Bruce) 36 NEW 0 4 4

Circle The Earth — Maniac On Mute (Circle The Earth) 35 NEW 26 5

Julie Ann Weiler — I Never Left (Moth Music) 35 NEW 26 5

J. Cole — 7 Minute Drill (Interscope/UMG) 35 NEW 35 1

Taylor Swift — I Can Do It With A Broken Heart (Taylor Swift/UMG) 30 NEW 30 1

Johnny Britt w/Blair Bryant — Ocean Waves (J Jams) 21 NEW 19 1

Dua Lipa is about as hot as any female (or

male) artist around these days. It’s really been hit

after hit and she displays it all once again with

the release of “Illusion” (Warner). Such a powerhouse track that you can’t put down.

Radio is all over this one big time and from the words we are getting out there at radio,

this one really could go “all the way”. Sabrina Carpenter is pulling no punches and

make no mistake about that. Just as her single “Feather” has been sitting at #1 for a

number of weeks, her latest and greatest in “Espresso” (Island/Republic) really tops

things off. It appears that this is another top of the chart single from this rising star and

we are so very thrilled for her.

Justin Timberlake continues his return to radio and in a very big way. Many

of our music and program directors are all over his new “No Angels” (RCA) song.

This is a smart entry and we can see what all of the excitement is all about after only

one play. Also pulling in some rather impressive numbers is Beyonce. Not only is the

first single from her country album “Texas Hold ‘Em” doing blockbuster business,

her new single with Miley Cyrus entitled “II Most Wanted” (Parkwood/Columbia) is

breaking big time. For any of the non-believers, and some of us right here, Beyonce

is pop and Country all the way.

Usher continues his winning ways and the charts are telling the tale. “Kissing

Strangers” (mega/gamma) is a real monster jam for Usher who is still getting raves

and waves from his recent Super Bowl performance. Even though he had to pick up

much of the tab personally, it’s already paying out massive dividends and that’s quite

a bundle. The shows have been selling out and the crowds are getting bigger so the

gamble has paid off.

The pairing of the ever popular Jelly Roll and rising star Lainey Wilson has

turned into something rather special. “Save Me” (Stoney Creek/BMG) is the jam

I’m referring to which is crossing from Hot AC, Country to Top40. Now that is what

we refer to as a massive “crossover Hit”! It’s such a great song from start to finish

and music lovers and radio listeners have been singing its praises from coast to coast.

Good move Mr. Jelly Roll.

Muni Long is set for one of the biggest singles in 2024. “Made For Me” (Def

Jam/Republic) is nothing short of brilliant and it really shines as a monster hit that is

already crossing formats. The production is first-rate and the songwriting is as cool

and brilliant as it comes. The move that Meghan Trainor took to include T-Pain on her

track has really turned into radio magic. “Been Like This” (Epic) is pretty amazing

and it has given Meghan the opportunity to be a topic of conversation at radio. Love

this one a lot and I’m told there is a lot more brilliance ahead for Meghan and her

brilliant team. You go girl!

Recording artist Sophie Ellis-Bextor got a bit ripped off by some of the radio

gods. I’m not sure what happened, but she dropped a solid winner in “Murder On

The Dancefloor” (Casablanca/Republic) only to have it pulled back by her record

label and or management. Hey once you have a hit you need to stick with it. Maybe

she and the team behind her know something that we don’t but we wish her the best

of luck regardless.

Renee Rapp keeps fighting the good fight and make no mistake about her

quest to take over the music industry. Not only is she still getting raves from her last

performance on Saturday Night Live, her new “Not My Fault” (Interscope) continues

to bloom to even greater heights. This actress turned pop star is getting the best of both

worlds these days and why not. Victoria Monet continues her winning ways as well

and there will be no denying her the greatness she deserves. “On My Mama” (Lovett

Music/RCA) is truly one of the hottest singles at radio right now so put that in your

pipe and smoke it. Knox is taking over the Top40 these days and we seemed to have

called it in our last report. The radio world is truly loving “Not The 1975” (Atlantic)

and is opening up a brand new world. This is our big annual Winners edition. A major

congrats to all of our winners and the new breaking hits setting the plate.

TOP40 MOST ADDED

ADDS

1 Doja Cat — Okloser (Kemosabe/RCA) 12

2 Taylor Swift w/Post Malone — Fortnight (Taylor Swift/UMG) 7

3 Benson Boone — Slow It Down (Night Street/Warner) 7

4 Sabrina Carpenter — Espresso (Island/UMG) 5

5 Dua Lipa — Illusion (Warner/WMG) 5

6 Chappell Roan — Good Luck, Babe! (Island/UMG) 4

7 Bruce Carrell — Until Forever (Mostly Bruce) 4

8 Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 2

9 Imagine Dragons — Eyes Closed (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope) 2

10 Justin Timberlake — No Angels (RCA/SME) 2

11 Meghan Trainor & T Pain — Been Like This (Epic/SME) 2

12 Pretty Poison w/KlubJumpers — Nighttime (Don Juan Entertainment) 2

13 DPB — Undefeated 3.0 (MTS) 2

14 Taylor Swift — Down Bad (Taylor Swift/UMG) 1

15 Mark Ambor — Belong Together (Hundred Days) 1

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INDIE TOP40

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD WK

# 1

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CABELA & SCHMITT — All Alone (C&S Music) 1245 -27 1272 1167 20 62.7 17

2 2 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 1129 +8 1121 1008 16 71.0 17

3 3 TOMMY RICE W/MORGAN RIDGELY — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 997 -67 1064 962 13 77.1 17

4 4 FLEEKA — Low Low (Ind) 966 +36 930 811 18 54.1 14

5 5 VALENTINA CHERICO — Dance Until The Sunrise (RMG) 843 +64 779 627 13 65.3 13

6 6 HENRY VARGAS W/MELISSA BONILLA — Pluto (Tazmania) 827 +121 706 505 13 64.1 10

7 7 DJO — End Of Beginning (Djo Music) 824 +131 693 635 20 41.7 7

8 8 ADDIE DUNWORTH — No Chlorine (Addie Dunworth) 623 +46 577 415 20 31.6 7

9 9 FELICITY ESTELLE — Pity (JoyStar) 469 +79 390 239 13 36.5 5

10 10 DPB — Undefeated 3.0 (MTS) 428 +53 375 372 8 54.0 2 15

11 11 REAVEN — Never Let Me Go (Generic) 365 +32 333 259 10 37.0 8

12 12 BILL ABERNATHY — More (MTS) 296 +15 281 214 6 49.8 9

15 13 BEACHES — Blame Brett (Beaches) 254 +50 204 205 7 36.7 30

14 14 JOHN JURNEY — Nine Days (Most Likely Music) 244 +10 234 191 9 27.6 12

20 15 PRETTY POISON W/KLUBJUMPERS — Nighttime (Don Juan Entertainment) 229 +107 122 0 11 21.3 2 2

19 16 RAY GUELL — My Arms Keep Missing You (Sir Ray Music) 224 +79 145 0 11 20.8 3

16 17 DASHA — Austin (Version III) 204 +16 188 63 7 29.6 8

17 18 JAGWAR TWIN — Bad Feeling (Big Loud) 186 +13 173 137 8 23.7 6

21 19 ARTEMAS — I Like The Way You Kiss Me (Artemas) 134 +24 110 20 6 22.8 2

22 20 HAYES WARNER W/BILLY B & KEVIN RUDOLF — Just A Girl (Hayes Warner Music) 110 +8 102 55 3 37.1 5

25 21 BRYAN HAWN — Too Soon (Bryan Hawn Music) 91 +24 67 0 6 15.6 3

23 22 BRANDIWYNE — Victim (Big) 89 +14 75 21 5 18.3 4

26 23 GOOD NEIGHBOURS — Home (Some Action) 63 +9 54 59 4 16.2 9

— 24 MARK AMBOR — Belong Together (Hundred Days) 60 NEW 0 0 1 60.5 1 1

29 25 SHIPS HAVE SAILED W/ABBY POSNER

— Get Loud (Ships Have Sailed) 50 +3 47 37 1 50.5 10

— 26 BRUCE CARRELL — Until Forever (Mostly Bruce) 36 NEW 0 0 4 9.5 4 1

— 27 CIRCLE THE EARTH — Maniac On Mute (Circle The Earth) 35 NEW 26 15 5 7.5 1

30 28 JULIE ANN WEILER

— I Never Left (Moth Music) 35 +9 26 0 5 7.5 1

— 29 JOHNNY BRITT W/BLAIR BRYANT — Ocean Waves (J Jams) 21 NEW 19 0 1 21.5 21

— 30 JUSJAE — It’s Okay To Cry (Streetcorner/Everplay Music) 9 NEW 9 16 1 9.5 10

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T O P 4 0 / c h R

WESTERN REGION

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD

3 1 BEYONCE — Texas Hold ‘Em (Columbia/SME) 709 +319 390 683 8 89.1

1 2 BENSON BOONE — Beautiful Things (Night Street/Warner) 702 +282 420 568 8 88.2

2 3 NOAH KAHAN — Stick Season (Mercury/Republic/UMG) 699 +294 405 495 8 87.8

12 4 SZA — Saturn (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA) 672 +435 237 327 8 84.5

4 5 TEDDY SWIMS — Lose Control (WMG) 624 +243 381 612 7 89.6

6 6 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE — Selfish (RCA/SME) 618 +300 318 597 7 88.7

5 7 DOJA CAT — Agora Hills (Kemosabe/RCA) 570 +246 324 627 7 81.9

20 8 TAYLOR SWIFT W/POST MALONE — Fortnight (Taylor Swift/UMG) 520 +335 185 0 8 65.5

13 9 TYLA — Water (FAX/Epic/SME) 516 +288 228 624 7 74.2

8 10 SABRINA CARPENTER — Feather (Island/UMG) 491 +198 293 569 7 70.6

14 11 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Obsessed (Geffen) 462 +238 224 369 8 58.2

11 12 NICKI MINAJ W/LIL UZI VERT — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 435 +188 247 300 8 54.8

9 13 CABELA & SCHMITT — All Alone (C&S Music) 427 +263 164 461 5 85.9

10 14 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 417 +264 153 400 5 83.9

14 15 ARIANA GRANDE — Yes, And? (Republic/UMG) 396 +234 162 355 4 99.5

10 16 RENEE RAPP W/MEGAN THEE STALLION — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 383 +129 254 377 8 48.3

13 17 TOMMY RICE W/MORGAN RIDGELY — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 336 +202 134 368 4 84.5

— 18 SABRINA CARPENTER — Espresso (Island/UMG) 331 NEW 101 0 8 41.8

— 19 FLEEKA — Low Low (Ind) 327 NEW 101 267 7 47.2

9 20 ARIANA GRANDE — We Can’t Be Friends (Republic/UMG) 315 +37 278 199 4 79.2

CENTRAL REGION

1 1 BENSON BOONE — Beautiful Things (Night Street/Warner) 616 -213 829 458 8 77.5

3 2 BEYONCE — Texas Hold ‘Em (Columbia/SME) 559 -212 771 404 7 80.3

6 3 NOAH KAHAN — Stick Season (Mercury/Republic/UMG) 551 -103 654 343 8 69.3

2 4 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE — Selfish (RCA/SME) 505 -284 789 408 8 63.6

8 5 SABRINA CARPENTER — Feather (Island/UMG) 502 -136 638 407 8 63.2

14 6 ARIANA GRANDE — We Can’t Be Friends (Republic/UMG) 495 +37 458 310 7 71.2

5 7 TEDDY SWIMS — Lose Control (WMG) 488 -194 682 404 7 70.2

4 8 DOJA CAT — Agora Hills (Kemosabe/RCA) 453 -240 693 371 7 65.2

12 9 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Obsessed (Geffen) 443 -29 472 191 8 55.8 1

15 10 SZA — Saturn (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA) 430 -14 444 251 7 61.9

16 11 RENEE RAPP W/MEGAN THEE STALLION — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 404 -22 426 261 7 58.2

18 12 JACK HARLOW — Lovin On Me (Generation Now/Atlantic) 394 -10 404 363 6 66.1

17 13 TATE MCRAE — Greedy (RCA/SME) 380 +22 358 302 7 54.7

9 14 CABELA & SCHMITT — All Alone (C&S Music) 353 -196 549 247 7 50.9

20 15 NICKI MINAJ W/LIL UZI VERT — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 347 -17 364 280 6 58.3 1

7 16 TYLA — Water (FAX/Epic/SME) 345 -296 641 349 5 69.5

10 17 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 328 -172 500 240 5 66.1

19 18 VALENTINA CHERICO — Dance Until The Sunrise (RMG) 318 -74 392 230 5 64.1

11 19 ARIANA GRANDE — Yes, And? (Republic/UMG) 315 -167 482 232 4 79.2

20 20 HENRY VARGAS W/MELISSA BONILLA — Pluto (Tazmania) 308 -74 382 210 5 62.1

EASTERN REGION

1 1 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE — Selfish (RCA/SME) 445 +50 395 395 6 74.6

2 2 TEDDY SWIMS — Lose Control (WMG) 441 +50 391 391 7 63.5

3 3 TATE MCRAE — Greedy (RCA/SME) 439 +50 389 431 6 73.6

5 4 BEYONCE — Texas Hold ‘Em (Columbia/SME) 397 +50 347 327 5 79.9

7 5 SABRINA CARPENTER — Feather (Island/UMG) 397 +70 327 327 5 79.9

8 6 JACK HARLOW — Lovin On Me (Generation Now/Atlantic) 357 +30 327 327 5 71.9

11 7 NOAH KAHAN — Stick Season (Mercury/Republic/UMG) 350 +50 300 300 6 58.8

6 8 ARIANA GRANDE — Yes, And? (Republic/UMG) 346 0 346 425 4 87.0

9 9 CABELA & SCHMITT — All Alone (C&S Music) 332 +28 304 301 5 66.9

4 10 BENSON BOONE — Beautiful Things (Night Street/Warner) 307 -50 357 357 4 77.2

15 11 JELLY ROLL W/LAINEY WILSON — Save Me (Stoney Creek/BMG) 300 +30 270 222 5 60.5

17 12 ARIANA GRANDE — We Can’t Be Friends (Republic/UMG) 276 +30 246 186 5 55.7

14 13 TOMMY RICE W/MORGAN RIDGELY — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 276 +3 273 270 3 92.5

12 14 DPB — Undefeated 3.0 (MTS) 276 +3 273 264 3 92.5

13 15 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 276 +3 273 270 3 92.5

16 16 FLEEKA — Low Low (Ind) 270 +6 264 252 3 90.5

18 17 VALENTINA CHERICO — Dance Until The Sunrise (RMG) 234 +18 216 180 3 78.5

19 18 ADDIE DUNWORTH — No Chlorine (Addie Dunworth) 230 +25 205 133 5 46.5

— 19 HENRY VARGAS W/MELISSA BONILLA — Pluto (Tazmania) 228 NEW 180 108 3 76.5

20 20 BILL ABERNATHY — More (MTS) 216 +12 204 144 3 72.5

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F I N D C O M P L E T E P L A Y L I S T S F O R A L L R E P O R T E R S O N L I N E A T S T S

Columbia`s Independent Alternative/Columbia, SC

PD: Steve Varholy

Top Five

Hozier “Too Sweet”

Twenty One Pilots “Overcompensate”

Stephen Sanchez “High”

Linkin Park “Friendly Fire”

Kings Of Leon “Mustang”

No Adds

Hot 93.7/Stillwater, OK

GM/OM: Paul M Johnson

PD: Jay McRae

Top Five

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

SZA “Saturn”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Teddy Swims “Lose Control”

Adds

Dua Lipa “Illusion” (30)

Doja Cat “Okloser” (30)

Indie 101.5/Ozone Park, NY

GM/OM: Michael DeBarge

MD: Daimen Carter

Top Five

Teddy Swims “Lose Control”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

21 Savage “Redrum”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

No Adds

Jamz 99/Minneapolis, KS

GM/OM: Dustin Williams

PD: Dan Mathews

Top Five

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Ariana Grande “Yes, And?”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

No Adds

KLQQ-FM/Sheridan, WY

GM/OM: Grant Toth

PD: Russ Davidson

Top Five

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Jelly Roll w/Lainey Wilson “Save Me”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Victoria Monet “On My Mama”

Adds

Taylor Swift “My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys” (70)

Future, Metro Boomin, Kendrick Lamar “Like That” (66)

Taylor Swift w/Florence & The Machine “Florida” (65)

Chappell Roan “Good Luck, Babe!” (45)

KLZY-FM/Minneapolis, KS

GM/OM: Dustin Williams

PD: Dan Mathews

Top Five

SZA “Saturn”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Ariana Grande “Yes, And?”

Adds

Doja Cat “Okloser” (14)

KPLT-FM/Paris, TX

GM/OM: Cary Eldridge

PD: Eric Kauffman

MD: Dan Murphy

APD: Steven Johnston

Top Five

Olivia Rodrigo “Obsessed”

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Adds

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (25)

Pretty Poison w/KlubJumpers “Nighttime” (25)

Benson Boone “Slow It Down” (25)

DPB “Undefeated 3.0” (25)

KQID-FM/Alexandria, LA

PD: Joshua Godwin

Top Five

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion “Not My Fault”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Olivia Rodrigo “Obsessed”

Adds

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (42)

Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert “Everybody” (39)

Dua Lipa “Illusion” (33)

Sabrina Carpenter “Espresso” (29)

Imagine Dragons “Eyes Closed” (20)

Justin Timberlake “No Angels” (19)

Jason Derulo & Michael Buble “Spicy Margarita” (19)

Benson Boone “Slow It Down” (16)

KRAO-FM/Moscow, ID

PD: Mandy Grant

MD: Crystal Primaky

Top Five

Teddy Swims “Lose Control”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Adds

Benson Boone “Slow It Down” (3)

Doja Cat “Okloser” (2)

Chappell Roan “Good Luck, Babe!” (1)

KRYC-FM/Yuba City, CA

GM/OM: Dan Mathews

MD: Andy Herrera

APD: Jay Salter

Top Five

SZA “Saturn”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Ariana Grande “Yes, And?”

Adds

Doja Cat “Okloser” (14)

KSPI-FM/Stillwater, OK

GM/OM: Paul M Johnson

PD: Jay McRae

Top Five

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

SZA “Saturn”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Teddy Swims “Lose Control”

Adds

Dua Lipa “Illusion” (30)

Doja Cat “Okloser” (30)

KZFN-FM/Moscow, ID

GM/OM: Gary Cummings

PD: Steve Shannon

MD: Johnny Mann

APD: Crystal Primaky

Top Five

Teddy Swims “Lose Control”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Adds

Benson Boone “Slow It Down” (3)

Doja Cat “Okloser” (2)

Chappell Roan “Good Luck, Babe!” (1)

Magic 98/Dublin, GA

GM/OM: David Biddle

PD: Bobby Dee

Top Five

Rema & Selena Gomez “Calm Down”

Teddy Swims “Lose Control”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Adds

Meghan Trainor & T Pain “Been Like This” (30)

Mix107/Paris, TX

GM/OM: Cary Eldridge

PD: Eric Kauffman

MD: Dan Murphy

APD: Steven Johnston

Top Five

Olivia Rodrigo “Obsessed”

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Adds

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (25)

Pretty Poison w/KlubJumpers “Nighttime” (25)

Benson Boone “Slow It Down” (25)

DPB “Undefeated 3.0” (25)

Moorish Radio/Phoenix, AZ

PD: Joshua Alfaro Bey

MD: Johnny Ray Walls

Top Five

J. Cole “7 Minute Drill”

Tyla “Water”

T.i. w/Kamo Mphela “Vacay”

Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert “Everybody”

Cabela & Schmitt “All Alone”

No Adds

Pop Across The Pond/Tarrytown, NY

PD: Tim Tyrrell

Top Five

Amy Shark “Loving Me Lover”

Mark Ambor “Belong Together”

Taylor Swift “Down Bad”

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight”

Dasha “Austin”

Adds

Taylor Swift “Down Bad” (60)

Mark Ambor “Belong Together” (60)

Amy Shark “Loving Me Lover” (60)

Q93/Alexandria, LA

PD: Joshua Godwin

Top Five

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion “Not My Fault”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Olivia Rodrigo “Obsessed”

Adds

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (42)

Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert “Everybody” (39)

Dua Lipa “Illusion” (33)

Sabrina Carpenter “Espresso” (29)

Imagine Dragons “Eyes Closed” (20)

Justin Timberlake “No Angels” (19)

Jason Derulo & Michael Buble “Spicy Margarita” (19)

Benson Boone “Slow It Down” (16)

Radio Kingston/Kinston, NY

MD: Warren Lawrence

Top Five

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Ariana Grande “Yes, And?”

Jack Harlow “Lovin On Me”

Adds

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (21)

Sabrina Carpenter “Espresso” (14)

Doja Cat “Okloser” (14)

Bruce Carrell “Until Forever” (7)

Rhythm 1059/Yuba City, CA

GM/OM: Dan Mathews

MD: Andy Herrera

APD: Jay Salter

Top Five

SZA “Saturn”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Ariana Grande “Yes, And?”

Adds

Doja Cat “Okloser” (14)

Sound Machine/Moyock, NC

GM/OM: Thomas Barstow

Top Five

Michael Damian “Wild Irish Heart”

Valentina Cherico “Dance Until The Sunrise”

Fleeka “Low Low”

Cabela & Schmitt “All Alone”

Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely “Think Of Me”

Adds

Bruce Carrell “Until Forever” (15)

Today`s Hottest Hits/Pompano Beach,

Florida

PD: Bill Hennes

Top Five

Teddy Swims “Lose Control”

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Jack Harlow “Lovin On Me”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Doja Cat “Agora Hills”

No Adds

W4ATC/Raleigh, NC

PD: BJ Attarian

Top Five

Daniel Allan w/Lyrah “I Just Need”

Diplo & Maren Morris “42”

Morgan Page “Anyone”

Tyla “Water”

Tiesto/Fast Boy “All My Life”

No Adds

WCGD-FM/Edgar, NE

GM/OM: Dustin Williams

PD: Dan Mathews

Top Five

SZA “Saturn”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Ariana Grande “Yes, And?”

Adds

Doja Cat “Okloser” (14)

WEDB-FM/Swainsboro, GA

GM/OM: David Biddle

PD: Bobby Dee

Top Five

Billie Eilish “What Was I Made For”

Miley Cyrus “Flowers”

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Taylor Swift “Cruel Summer”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Adds

Meghan Trainor & T Pain “Been Like This” (30)

Wide Music Top40/Troy, NY

GM/OM: Art Durivage

Top Five

Cabela & Schmitt “All Alone”

Michael Damian “Wild Irish Heart”

Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely “Think Of Me”

Rebecka Larsdotter “Crazy Love”

DPB “Undefeated 3.0”

No Adds

WJDQ-FM/Meridian, MS

GM/OM: Clay Holladay

PD: Rob Allen

MD: Ryan Johnson

APD: Lee Taylor

Top Five

Meghan Trainor “Made You Look”

Sam Smith & Kim Petras “Unholy”

Steve Lacy “Bad Habit”

Sia “Unstoppable”

Miley Cyrus “Flowers”

No Adds

WKNC-FM/Raleigh, NC

GM/OM: BJ Attarian

Top Five

Daniel Allan w/Lyrah “I Just Need”

Diplo & Maren Morris “42”

Morgan Page “Anyone”

Tyla “Water”

Tiesto/Fast Boy “All My Life”

No Adds

WKNY-FM/Kinston, NY

MD: Warren Lawrence

Top Five

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Ariana Grande “Yes, And?”

Jack Harlow “Lovin On Me”

Adds

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (21)

Sabrina Carpenter “Espresso” (14)

Doja Cat “Okloser” (14)

Bruce Carrell “Until Forever” (7)

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WKNY-AM/Kingston, NY

PD: Linda Rosnerwkny

MD: Warren Lawrence

Top Five

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Ariana Grande “Yes, And?”

Jack Harlow “Lovin On Me”

Adds

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (21)

Sabrina Carpenter “Espresso” (14)

Doja Cat “Okloser” (14)

Bruce Carrell “Until Forever” (7)

WMQT-FM/Marquette, MI

PD: Jim Koski

Top Five

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Knox “Not The 1975”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Wyn Starks “Run”

Tate McRae “Greedy”

Adds

Dua Lipa “Illusion” (16)

Olivia Rodrigo “Obsessed” (9)

WXRY-FM/Columbia, SC

PD: Steve Varholy

Top Five

Hozier “Too Sweet”

Twenty One Pilots “Overcompensate”

Stephen Sanchez “High”

Linkin Park “Friendly Fire”

Kings Of Leon “Mustang”

No Adds

ZFun 106/Moscow, ID

GM/OM: Gary Cummings

PD: Steve Shannon

MD: Johnny Mann

APD: Crystal Primaky

Top Five

Teddy Swims “Lose Control”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Adds

Benson Boone “Slow It Down” (3)

Doja Cat “Okloser” (2)

Chappell Roan “Good Luck, Babe!” (1)


A C 4 0

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD WK

# 1

1

TEDDY SWIMS — Lose Control (WMG) 866 +12 854 821 14 62.3 39

3 2 BENSON BOONE — Beautiful Things (Night Street/Warner) 831 +16 815 810 13 64.4 14

2 3 NOAH KAHAN — Stick Season (Mercury/Republic/UMG) 825 +1 824 815 13 63.9 18

4 4 JACK HARLOW — Lovin On Me (Generation Now/Atlantic) 782 -21 803 801 13 60.6 24

6 5 KNOX — Not The 1975 (Atlantic) 763 0 763 761 11 69.8 16

5 6 SABRINA CARPENTER — Feather (Island/UMG) 759 -12 771 760 12 63.7 27

8 7 ARIANA GRANDE — We Can’t Be Friends (Republic/UMG) 749 +11 738 674 13 58.1 8

18 8 HOZIER

— Too Sweet (Columbia/SME) 700 +155 545 382 13 54.3 2 4

10 9 JELLY ROLL W/LAINEY WILSON — Save Me (Stoney Creek/BMG) 690 +6 684 666 10 69.5 16

11 10 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Obsessed (Geffen) 676 +25 651 572 11 61.9 6

20 11 DJO — End Of Beginning (Djo Music) 629 +103 526 417 11 57.6 7

9 12 SELENA GOMEZ — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 601 -121 722 712 11 55.1 10

15 13 GWEN STEFANI & BLAKE SHELTON — Purple Irises (WMG) 593 +10 583 561 8 74.6 12

16 14 PHILLIP PHILLIPS — Love Like That (Phil Phil Music) 568 +13 555 538 8 71.5 15

19 15 CABELA & SCHMITT — All Alone (C&S Music) 534 +1 533 525 10 53.9 18

24 16 BON JOVI — Legendary (Captain Kidd/Island/UMG) 533 +44 489 467 8 67.1 7

23 17 DPB — Undefeated 3.0 (MTS) 521 +30 491 466 9 58.3 16

21 18 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS & MIRANDA LAMBERT — Space In My Heart (Sony) 516 +11 505 484 7 74.2 1 10

22 19 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 510 +6 504 499 10 51.5 18

25 20 MEGHAN TRAINOR & T PAIN — Been Like This (Epic/SME) 506 +25 481 410 11 46.5 7

7 21 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE — Selfish (RCA/SME) 499 -256 755 841 13 38.8 14

27 22 JESSIE MURPH & JELLY ROLL — Wild Ones (Columbia/SME) 473 +28 445 420 11 43.5 4 8

— 23 DUA LIPA — Illusion (Warner/WMG) 464 NEW 255 140 10 46.9 1 3

28 24 CHARLOTTE CARDIN — Confetti (Atlantic) 458 +23 435 381 6 76.8 9

34 25 SZA — Saturn (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA) 444 +64 380 353 9 49.8 7

30 26 JOHN JURNEY — Nine Days (Most Likely Music) 439 +13 426 387 10 44.4 13

32 27 TEDDY SWIMS — The Door (WMG) 437 +52 385 313 7 62.9 10

— 28 TAYLOR SWIFT W/POST MALONE — Fortnight (Taylor Swift/UMG) 413 NEW 4 0 11 38.0 10 1

35 29 DASHA — Austin (Version III) 412 +37 375 299 7 59.3 5

33 30 LENNY KRAVITZ — Human (Roxie/BMG) 405 +22 383 330 6 68.0 6

12 31 TYLA — Water (FAX/Epic/SME) 403 -215 618 776 5 81.1 28

29 32 CASWELL & THE PEEL N’ EATS — Coconut Kevin (Beyond Yacht) 395 -40 435 415 6 66.3 18

36 33 DAN CALL — Drug Like You (Toucan Cove Entertainment) 382 +46 336 285 6 64.1 9

37 34 KOBRA PAIGE — Thank You (Pasadena) 380 +50 330 313 6 63.8 1 9

— 35 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE — No Angels (RCA/SME) 374 NEW 264 98 11 34.5 5 3

38 36 WYN STARKS — Run (Sidewalk/Curb) 366 +53 313 278 6 61.5 8

40 37 IMAGINE DRAGONS — Eyes Closed (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope) 358 +78 280 199 6 60.1 3

17 38 BEYONCE — Texas Hold ‘Em (Columbia/SME) 349 -197 546 530 8 44.1 11

39 39 BILL ABERNATHY — More (MTS) 343 +36 307 275 10 34.8 10

— 40 BEYONCE & MILEY CYRUS — II Most Wanted (Parkwood/Columbia) 295 NEW 196 150 6 49.6 1 4

Drops (Recurrents): Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion “Not My Fault”, Dua Lipa “Training Season”, Girl In Red “Too Much”, Rob Georg “Won For Y’all”, Sasha Anne “Looking

For Fun”, Tal Babitzky “Sisters & Brothers”, Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger “Place In The Sun”, Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely “Think Of

Me”, Pearl Jam “Dark Matter”, Twenty One Pilots “Overcompensate”


AC CHARTBOUND

Sabrina Carpenter — Espresso (Island/UMG) 282 +250 32 8 3

Benson Boone — Slow It Down (Night Street/Warner) 271 +101 170 6 3

Cat Janice — Dance You Outta My Head (Cat Janice) 253 +3 250 5

Good Neighbours — Home (Some Action) 236 +123 113 5 1

Alex Warren — Before You Leave Me (Atlantic) 211 +11 200 3

AC UP & COMING

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

Kelly Clarkson — Down To You (Atlantic) 167 +17 150 3

Ships Have Sailed w/Abby Posner — Get Loud (Ships Have Sailed) 163 +3 160 3

BrandiWyne — Victim (Big) 162 +35 127 7

Tania Doko — Harder Now (The Ted Co.) 155 +3 152 3

Michael Sanzone — Home (Michael Sanzone) 155 -12 167 3

James Younger — I’m Leaving The Past Behind (Hologram) 150 NEW 5 5 4

Taylor Swift — The Tortured Poets Department (Taylor Swift/UMG) 150 +18 132 3 1

Michael Damian — Wild Irish Heart (Weir Brothers/Virgin) 146 +10 136 5

Taylor Swift w/Florence & The Machine — Florida (Taylor Swift/UMG) 140 +60 80 3 1

David Guetta & OneRepublic — I Don’t Wanna Wait (Warner/WMG) 134 NEW 0 2 2

Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 134 +17 117 5

Alex Wellkers — Amy (SMST) 123 +3 120 3

New Kids On The Block — Kids (BMG) 112 NEW 0 2 2

Taylor Swift — I Can Do It With A Broken Heart (Taylor Swift/UMG) 110 +30 80 2

Valentina Cherico — Dance Until The Sunrise (RMG) 105 +3 102 3

Bryan Hawn — Too Soon (Bryan Hawn Music) 92 -8 100 8

Taylor Swift — But Daddy I Love Him (Taylor Swift/UMG) 80 0 80 2

Taylor Swift — Down Bad (Taylor Swift/UMG) 80 0 80 2

Matt Hansen — Gravity (Matt Hansen) 76 +19 57 3

Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Little Girl On The Corner (Tommy Rice Music) 75 +15 60 2

Chappell Roan — Good Luck, Babe! (Island/UMG) 70 NEW 0 2 2

Kings Of Leon — Mustang (LoveTap/Capitol) 70 +4 66 4

Beaches — Blame Brett (Beaches) 65 +12 53 6

Amplify Me w/Jenna Cogan — Ginny (Torrential Music) 65 +5 60 1

Weeknd, Jennie & Lily Rose Depp — One Of The Girls (Republic/UMG) 60 NEW 0 4 4

21 Savage — Redrum (Epic/SME) 52 +10 42 5

Glass Animals — Creatures In Heaven (Polydor/UMG) 48 +8 40 2

Madison Beer — Make You Mine (Epic/SME) 48 0 48 4

Luke James Shaffer — Lisbon (Lamplighter Studios) 45 +5 40 1

Pearl Jam — Wreckage (Monkeywrench/Republic) 42 NEW 3 1

Justin Timberlake — My Favorite Drug (RCA/SME) 40 +5 35 1

Gary Clark Jr w/Stevie Wonder — What About The Children (Ind) 32 +5 27 2

Black Keys — On The Game (Nonesuch/WMG) 24 NEW 2 1

Keith Urban — Messed Up As Me (Hit Red/UMG) 19 NEW 26 3

Daughtry — Pieces (Dogtree/Big Machine Label Group) 18 NEW 17 1

Inside AC Radio

by: Larry Weir

Hozier has to be one of the most talented

recording artists at the AC40 format. He also

gets plenty of crossover help as well and that

should be no surprise to anyone out there in the music world. His latest in “Too Sweet”

(Columbia) is one of the many reasons to support this brilliant vocalist. The single is

getting a big thumbs up from our panel of music and program directors and we are

not surprised about that one bit. DJO is taking the pop music world by storm. “End

Of Beginning” (AWAL) is really a monster hit single and everybody from Top40 to

AC40 are all over this one big time. Benson Boone continues to work his magic across

formats and he’s really turned into quite the go-too recording artist. His current single

in “Slow It Down” (Night Street/Warner) is about as good as it gets and I’d give this

one a top priority for sure. Also making some solid magic at radio is Dasha. With this

new single “Austin” (Warner/WMN) the track is breaking from pop to country and

in a very big way. Record labels are finally realizing that crossing formats is the way

to go if they want to make any money. Dasha does just that.

Doja Cat keeps pulling out hit after hit and make no mistake about that. Her

latest and greatest in “OKLOSER” (RCA) puts her back on top of the pack once

again. With her continued performances from television to concerts, she has really

become the “real deal”. I wasn’t too sure about her at the very beginning but I can

now be counted as one of her biggest fans. Hayes Warner and the single “Just A Girl”

featuring Billy B,K. Rudolf (felicity/further/Lakeside) has really turned out to be

something very special. From the first time I took a listen, it reached out to me and

made be a solid believer & so will you.

Jessie Murph has teamed up with the ever popular Jelly Roll and that has

turned into some pure magic. “Wild Ones” (Columbia) is the jam that I’m talking

about and what a great track this is. They work so well together on this track and it

really grabs you from the very first listen. Make this a top priority on your playlist and

keep everyone happy. I’m also really loving the new Chappell Roan. “Good Luck,

Babe!” (Island/Republic) is the one that really has some magic to it. I’ve been seeing

it tracking high across the board as many music and programmers from coast to coast

are all over this one big time.

The Weeknd continues to build believers each and every week and make no

mistake about that. “One Of The Girls featuring Jennie (XO/Republic) is actually

becoming quite the anthem at pop radio and for good reason, it’s just that good. It took

a bit to take hold of listeners but now everybody seems pretty hooked into this one for

sure. Shinedown is back at the format with one of their very best. Everybody is singing

the praises of their latest in “A Symptom Of Being Human” (Atlantic/3ee) and for

good reason. The production on this song is first rate and I would not be surprised if

they have a Top10 on their hands with this gem. It’s been a long and rough road for

Shinedown and they are back!

Nicki Minaj is hanging in there with one of her best to date. She has joined

forces with the ever popular Lil Uzi for a real winner in “Everybody” (Republic).

This track took a bit to grab a hold of radio but it is finally moving past the pack and

now at record speed. I’m also thrilled to see that the pairing of Jelly Roll & Lainey

Wilson has really turned into something special. Together they make some amazing

music with the single “Save Me” (Stoney Creek/BMG). It’s also a massive hit at

Country and that makes this even more special. Look for some big action ahead for

this magical music pairing for sure. Recent NMA winner Tommy Rice has teamed up

with Morgan Ridgely again “Little Girl On The Corner” (Tommy Rice Music) that is

excellent. NMA winners Cabela & Schmitt are on the move with “All Alone” (C&S

Music). Smith has a good thing going with “Run” (Hitmaker Music Group). NMA

winner Eileen Carey has delivered her best in “Every Day” (RolleyCstr Music) &

NMA winner John Jurney has a hit with “Nine Days” (Most Likely Music). Newcomer

Bryan Hawn is charting big time with “Too Soon” as is Brandiwyne with her new

“Victim” (Big Records) that is brilliant. Bill Abernathy continues strong with “More”

(MTS). All of the above deserve your strong support

AC MOST ADDED

ADDS

1 Taylor Swift w/Post Malone — Fortnight (Taylor Swift/UMG) 10

2 Justin Timberlake — No Angels (RCA/SME) 5

3 Jessie Murph & Jelly Roll — Wild Ones (Columbia/SME) 4

4 Weeknd, Jennie & Lily Rose Depp — One Of The Girls (Republic/UMG) 4

5 James Younger — I’m Leaving The Past Behind (Hologram) 4

6 Sabrina Carpenter — Espresso (Island/UMG) 3

7 Benson Boone — Slow It Down (Night Street/Warner) 3

8 New Kids On The Block — Kids (BMG) 2

9 David Guetta & OneRepublic — I Don’t Wanna Wait (Warner/WMG) 2

10 Hozier — Too Sweet (Columbia/SME) 2

11 Chappell Roan — Good Luck, Babe! (Island/UMG) 2

12 Taylor Swift w/Florence & The Machine — Florida (Taylor Swift/UMG) 1

13 Taylor Swift — The Tortured Poets Department (Taylor Swift/UMG) 1

14 Taylor Swift — My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys (Taylor Swift/UMG) 1

15 Good Neighbours — Home (Some Action) 1

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INDIE AC/HOT AC

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD WK

# 1

3

1 DJO — End Of Beginning (Djo Music) 629 +103 526 371 11 57.6 7

1 2 PHILLIP PHILLIPS — Love Like That (Phil Phil Music) 568 +13 555 516 8 71.5 14

2 3 CABELA & SCHMITT — All Alone (C&S Music) 534 +1 533 501 10 53.9 17

5 4 DPB — Undefeated 3.0 (MTS) 521 +30 491 391 9 58.3 15

4 5 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 510 +6 504 481 10 51.5 17

8 6 JOHN JURNEY — Nine Days (Most Likely Music) 439 +13 426 350 10 44.4 12

10 7 DASHA — Austin (Version III) 412 +37 375 195 7 59.3 8

7 8 CASWELL & THE PEEL N’ EATS — Coconut Kevin (Beyond Yacht) 395 -40 435 408 6 66.3 18

11 9 DAN CALL — Drug Like You (Toucan Cove Entertainment) 382 +46 336 274 6 64.1 8

12 10 KOBRA PAIGE — Thank You (Pasadena) 380 +50 330 285 6 63.8 1 8

13 11 BILL ABERNATHY — More (MTS) 343 +36 307 248 10 34.8 9

14 12 CAT JANICE — Dance You Outta My Head (Cat Janice) 253 +3 250 240 5 51.1 10

24 13 GOOD NEIGHBOURS — Home (Some Action) 236 +123 113 107 5 47.7 1 9

18 14 SHIPS HAVE SAILED W/ABBY POSNER

— Get Loud (Ships Have Sailed) 163 +3 160 135 3 54.8 10

21 15 BRANDIWYNE — Victim (Big) 162 +35 127 70 7 23.6 4

20 16 TANIA DOKO — Harder Now (The Ted Co.) 155 +3 152 140 3 52.1 19

17 17 MICHAEL SANZONE — Home (Michael Sanzone) 155 -12 167 135 3 52.1 6

— 18 JAMES YOUNGER — I’m Leaving The Past Behind (Hologram) 150 NEW 5 0 5 30.5 4 1

23 19 USHER

— Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 134 +17 117 78 5 27.3 8

22 20 ALEX WELLKERS — Amy (SMST) 123 +3 120 105 3 41.5 9

25 21 VALENTINA CHERICO — Dance Until The Sunrise (RMG) 105 +3 102 86 3 35.5 13

26 22 BRYAN HAWN — Too Soon (Bryan Hawn Music) 92 -8 100 0 8 12.0 3

29 23 MATT HANSEN — Gravity (Matt Hansen) 76 +19 57 42 3 25.8 4

27 24 TOMMY RICE W/MORGAN RIDGELY — Little Girl On The Corner (Tommy Rice Music) 75 +15 60 0 2 38.0 2

30 25 BEACHES — Blame Brett (Beaches) 65 +12 53 30 6 11.3 30

28 26 AMPLIFY ME W/JENNA COGAN — Ginny (Torrential Music) 65 +5 60 50 1 65.5 9

— 27 LUKE JAMES SHAFFER — Lisbon (Lamplighter Studios) 45

NEW 40 30 1 45.5 5

— 28 GARY CLARK JR W/STEVIE WONDER — What About The Children (Ind) 32 NEW 27 12 2 16.5 4

— 29 ROBERTO VALLY — D Train Express (Woodward Avenue) 10 NEW 0 0 1 10.5 1 4

— 30 FELICITY ESTELLE — Pity (JoyStar) 8 NEW 8 0 2 4.5 5

Songs ranked by totals. Songs are bold when gaining or remaining flat from previous week. If two songs tie in totals, the song with larger increase is placed first. Most Added is total number of new adds

reported by each station or by internal system threshold for stations. The ranking and positions are based on estimates and should not be relied on for accuracy or representativeness. Spins Tracking

System reserves the option to move songs to recurrent as neccessary. Spins Tracking System is a service of Backstage Entertainment Group, LLC. Backstage Entertainment Group, LLC makes no representations

about the reliability of features, the Content, User Content or any other, disclaims all liability in the event of any service failure, and makes no representations regarding the amount of time

any Content or User Content will be preserved. You acknowledge any reliance on such material or systems will be at your own risk.

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by: John Loggins, Esq

T H E ADAMS F I L E S

by: Randy Adams

ALL ROADS

LEAD TO NASHVILLE

If you’re a musician, at some point, the city of

Nashville will be in your plans.

Music City USA

has earned its namesake.

For decades, aspiring

young, and not

so young country artists

have packed up all of

their belongings and

moved to the birthplace

of country music as we

all know it. A few were

overnight successes.

It took others a while

to make a splash.

A n d s t i l l o t h e r s

found odd jobs and

waited years, and finally

got their break.

While it’s true not

everybody that sets out to become a country superstar

makes the grade- in fact, it’s hard to be considered in

the Nashville elite as an “A” lister- that doesn’t stop

many from finding out what all the fuss is about.

Nashville is still country music’s home. But it’s

quickly becoming the home for artists of all genres to

see, and be seen.

There is one particular area that Nashville is successful

in keeping traditional, and deems it important

enough every year to draw radio station programmers

and music directors to the city. Sure, it’s a party to

some extent, but the Country Radio Seminar- CRS- is

not duplicated anywhere in the country by any other

radio format.

There’s a lot to be said about your country music

superstar. I take notice and pride in the fact that when

an artist wins an award, more times than not, they will

thank RADIO as part of being their success. Country

artists take the

time to talk to

stations, and in

turn their audience

base, and

make them feel

like they’re part

of the family.

Because, really,

the listener is to

the true country

music artist.

And vice versa.

That’s why radio

stations like the

legendary WSM

are known worldwide.

Country programmers mingle with artists and attend

seminars each year that both inform and entertain.

Networking is everything. And it is much easier now

than ever before to network and never spend a dime on

hotels, meals, and functions. But then, you miss out

on the true meaning of CRS. Shaking hands. Have a

beverage. Share ideas. No matter WHAT you do in

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A C / H O T A C R E P O R T E R S

by: John Loggins, Esq.

FIND COMPLETE PLAYLISTS Law Offices FOR of John ALL F. REPORTERS Loggins ONLINE AT STS

95DNH/Honesdale, PA

GM/OM: Vince Benedetto

PD: George Schmitt

MD: Paul Ciliberto

APD: Sam Miller

Top Five

Olivia Rodrigo “Obsessed”

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Knox “Not The 1975”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Adds

Weeknd, Jennie & Lily Rose Depp “One Of The

Girls” (15)

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (12)

Jessie Murph & Jelly Roll “Wild Ones” (8)

Justin Timberlake “No Angels” (8)

KEHK-FM/Eugene, OR

GM/OM: Grant Toth

PD: Josh Gebhart

MD: Russ Davidson

Top Five

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Knox “Not The 1975”

Jelly Roll w/Lainey Wilson “Save Me”

Adds

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (75)

David Guetta & OneRepublic “I Don’t Wanna

Wait” (67)

Sabrina Carpenter “Espresso” (66)

Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert “Everybody” (60)

New Kids On The Block “Kids” (56)

Smith “Run” (45)

James Younger “I’m Leaving The Past Behind”

(40)

Chappell Roan “Good Luck, Babe!” (35)

KKUL Pop/Henderson, NV

PD: Michael Damian

MD: Debi Fee

Top Five

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Justin Timberlake “Selfish”

Knox “Not The 1975”

Adds

James Younger “I’m Leaving The Past Behind”

(10)

Benson Boone “Slow It Down” (10)

Roberto Vally “D Train Express” (10)

Taylor Swift w/Florence & The Machine “Florida”

(10)

Taylor Swift “The Tortured Poets Department”

(10)

Taylor Swift “My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite

Toys” (10)

KOWY-FM/Dayton, WY

GM/OM: Grant Toth

PD: Russ Davidson

Top Five

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Knox “Not The 1975”

Jelly Roll w/Lainey Wilson “Save Me”

Adds

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (75)

David Guetta & OneRepublic “I Don’t Wanna

Wait” (67)

Sabrina Carpenter “Espresso” (66)

Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert “Everybody” (60)

New Kids On The Block “Kids” (56)

Smith “Run” (45)

James Younger “I’m Leaving The Past Behind”

(40)

Chappell Roan “Good Luck, Babe!” (35)

KXXO-FM/Olympia, WA

GM/OM: Toni Holm

PD: John Foster

Top Five

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Teddy Swims “Lose Control”

Taylor Swift “Cruel Summer”

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight”

Hozier “Too Sweet”

Adds

Hozier “Too Sweet” (22)

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (22)

KZWY-FM/Sheridan, WY

GM/OM: Kim Love

PD: Ben Chalker

MD: Russ Davidson

Top Five

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Knox “Not The 1975”

Jack Harlow “Lovin On Me”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Adds

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (75)

Sabrina Carpenter “Espresso” (66)

Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert “Everybody” (40)

Good Neighbours “Home” (40)

Mixx96/Olympia, WA

GM/OM: Toni Holm

PD: John Foster

Top Five

Taylor Swift “Cruel Summer”

Teddy Swims “Lose Control”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight”

Dua Lipa “Dance The Night”

Adds

Hozier “Too Sweet” (22)

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (22)

Radio Bold 3/Honesdale, PA

GM/OM: Vince Benedetto

PD: George Schmitt

MD: Paul Ciliberto

Top Five

Olivia Rodrigo “Obsessed”

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Knox “Not The 1975”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Adds

Weeknd, Jennie & Lily Rose Depp “One Of The

Girls” (15)

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (12)

Jessie Murph & Jelly Roll “Wild Ones” (8)

Justin Timberlake “No Angels” (8)

Radio Max Music/Flemington, NJ

PD: Ron Kovacs

Top Five

Hozier “Too Sweet”

Imagine Dragons “Eyes Closed”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Djo “End Of Beginning”

Pearl Jam “Wreckage”

Adds

Benson Boone “Slow It Down” (6)

Doja Cat “Okloser” (4)

Motley Crue “Dogs Of War” (3)

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats “Heartless”

(3)

Enrique Iglesias & Miranda Lambert “Space In My

Heart” (2)

Radio Regentrude/Norderstedt, Deutschland

Germany

GM/OM: Brigitte Reinert

Top Five

Tal Babitzky “Sisters & Brothers”

Rob Georg “Won For Y’all”

Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely “Think Of Me”

Eileen Carey “Every Day”

Alex Wellkers “Amy”

No Adds

The All Heart Radio/Oconto, WI

PD: Larry Kaszynski

Top Five

Rob Georg “Won For Y’all”

Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger “Place

In The Sun”

Sasha Anne “Looking For Fun”

Jack Harlow “Lovin On Me”

Eileen Carey “Every Day”

No Adds

WDNH-FM/Honesdale, PA

GM/OM: Vince Benedetto

PD: George Schmitt

MD: Paul Ciliberto

APD: Emily Grillo

Top Five

Olivia Rodrigo “Obsessed”

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Knox “Not The 1975”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Adds

Weeknd, Jennie & Lily Rose Depp “One Of The

Girls” (15)

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (12)

Jessie Murph & Jelly Roll “Wild Ones” (8)

Justin Timberlake “No Angels” (8)

WKVI-FM/Knox, IN

GM/OM: Lenny Dessauer

PD: Russ Davidson

MD: Tony Ross

Top Five

Jack Harlow “Lovin On Me”

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Knox “Not The 1975”

Adds

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (60)

Dua Lipa “Illusion” (60)

Beyonce & Miley Cyrus “II Most Wanted” (60)

Benson Boone “Slow It Down” (60)

WNHE-1/Nashville, TN

GM/OM: Ronald Dale McCoy

Top Five

Alex Wellkers “Amy”

Bill Abernathy “More”

Ships Have Sailed w/Abby Posner “Get Loud”

Keyvous “Catch A Wave”

John Jurney “Nine Days”

Adds

James Younger “I’m Leaving The Past Behind” (55)

WOCO-FM/Oconto, WI

PD: Larry Kaszynski

Top Five

Rob Georg “Won For Y’all”

Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger “Place

In The Sun”

Sasha Anne “Looking For Fun”

Jack Harlow “Lovin On Me”

Eileen Carey “Every Day”

No Adds

WWRR-FM/Scranton, PA

MD: Paul Ciliberto

Top Five

Olivia Rodrigo “Obsessed”

Ariana Grande “We Can’t Be Friends”

Knox “Not The 1975”

Beyonce “Texas Hold ‘Em”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Adds

Weeknd, Jennie & Lily Rose Depp “One Of The

Girls” (15)

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone “Fortnight” (12)

Jessie Murph & Jelly Roll “Wild Ones” (8)

Justin Timberlake “No Angels” (8)

WYMR-FM/Plymouth, IN

GM/OM: Lenny Dessauer

PD: Russ Davidson

Top Five

Noah Kahan “Stick Season”

Benson Boone “Beautiful Things”

Teddy Swims “Lose Control”

Sabrina Carpenter “Feather”

Jack Harlow “Lovin On Me”

Adds

Justin Timberlake “No Angels” (35)

Kobra Paige “Thank You” (35)

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A C R E P O R T E R S

RADIO SPEAKS

“We are all over

Taylor Swift

“Fortnight” w/Post

Malone (Republic)” on

KPLT”

Dano/Paris, TX

“Rob Georg & “Climb

This Mountain”

(Coast) is starting to

move here on KDOL”

Jim Wolfe/Livingston, TX

* Based on radio’s weekly reports

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“Just added the new

Joey Canyon “Up

Yours” (Glo-Dot) on

our Country KGWY”

Jason Kranz/Stillwater, OK

“Michael Damian’s

“Wild Irish Heart”

(Weir Bros/Virgin) is

a solid favorite here

on WNHE”

Ron Dale/Nashville, TN

“Sabrina Carpenter

“Espresso” (Island/

Republic) is breaking

fast on Today’s

Hottest Hits”

Bill Hennes/Pompano, FL

“Bryan Hawn “Too

Soon” is a new “Top

Prime Mover” on

KOWY”

Russ D (Dayton, WY)

“Still rocking Eileen

Carey’s “Every Day”

(Rollycoaster) on our

Sound Machine”

Tom Barstow/Moyock, SC

“We love the Robert

Eskridge ”Better

Way” (Bucket List) on

WOCO”

Larry Kasynski/Oconto, WI

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AC/HOT AC

WESTERN REGION

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD

1 1 NOAH KAHAN — Stick Season (Mercury/Republic/UMG) 324 0 324 324 4 81.5

2 2 BENSON BOONE — Beautiful Things (Night Street/Warner) 319 0 319 297 4 80.2

3 3 TEDDY SWIMS — Lose Control (WMG) 304 -3 307 307 4 76.5

4 4 KNOX — Not The 1975 (Atlantic) 297 0 297 297 3 99.5

6 5 SABRINA CARPENTER — Feather (Island/UMG) 297 0 297 280 3 99.5

7 6 JELLY ROLL W/LAINEY WILSON — Save Me (Stoney Creek/BMG) 297 0 297 282 3 99.5

10 7 ARIANA GRANDE — We Can’t Be Friends (Republic/UMG) 293 +8 285 255 3 98.1

9 8 GWEN STEFANI & BLAKE SHELTON — Purple Irises (WMG) 285 0 285 278 3 95.5

5 9 JACK HARLOW — Lovin On Me (Generation Now/Atlantic) 281 -16 297 297 3 94.1

11 10 BON JOVI — Legendary (Captain Kidd/Island/UMG) 277 0 277 235 4 69.7

13 11 PHILLIP PHILLIPS — Love Like That (Phil Phil Music) 274 +8 266 260 3 91.8

12 12 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS & MIRANDA LAMBERT — Space In My Heart (Sony) 268 +2 266 254 3 89.8

— 13 HOZIER — Too Sweet (Columbia/SME) 262

NEW 225 185 4 66.0 1

17 14 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Obsessed (Geffen) 255 +11 244 216 3 85.5

8 15 SELENA GOMEZ — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 253 -40 293 270 3 84.8

— 16 TAYLOR SWIFT W/POST MALONE — Fortnight (Taylor Swift/UMG) 247 NEW 0 0 4 62.2 4

20 17 CHARLOTTE CARDIN — Confetti (Atlantic) 245 +10 235 225 3 82.1

— 18 JESSIE MURPH & JELLY ROLL — Wild Ones (Columbia/SME) 243 NEW 240 216 3 81.5

20 19 MEGHAN TRAINOR & T PAIN — Been Like This (Epic/SME) 243 +3 240 225 3 81.5

— 20 DJO — End Of Beginning (Djo Music) 240 NEW 225 205 3 80.5

CENTRAL REGION

1 1 JACK HARLOW — Lovin On Me (Generation Now/Atlantic) 222 0 222 213 3 74.5

2 2 SABRINA CARPENTER — Feather (Island/UMG) 221 +4 217 202 3 74.1

3 3 GWEN STEFANI & BLAKE SHELTON — Purple Irises (WMG) 209 +5 204 194 3 70.1

4 4 NOAH KAHAN — Stick Season (Mercury/Republic/UMG) 196 +2 194 189 2 98.5

5 5 BENSON BOONE — Beautiful Things (Night Street/Warner) 194 +3 191 180 2 97.5

8 6 JELLY ROLL W/LAINEY WILSON — Save Me (Stoney Creek/BMG) 191 +6 185 185 2 96.0

7 7 KNOX — Not The 1975 (Atlantic) 191 +4 187 180 2 96.0

13 8 ARIANA GRANDE — We Can’t Be Friends (Republic/UMG) 187 +21 166 142 3 62.8

9 9 PHILLIP PHILLIPS — Love Like That (Phil Phil Music) 187 +5 182 168 3 62.8

11 10 TEDDY SWIMS — Lose Control (WMG) 186 +16 170 182 2 93.5

6 11 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE — Selfish (RCA/SME) 180 -10 190 208 3 60.5

12 12 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS & MIRANDA LAMBERT — Space In My Heart (Sony) 173 +4 169 165 2 87.0

10 13 SELENA GOMEZ — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 170 0 170 160 2 85.5

14 14 TYLA — Water (FAX/Epic/SME) 162 0 162 180 2 81.5

— 15 MEGHAN TRAINOR & T PAIN — Been Like This (Epic/SME) 162 NEW 135 60 2 81.5

19 16 HOZIER

— Too Sweet (Columbia/SME) 160 +20 140 0 2 80.5

17 17 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Obsessed (Geffen) 155 +10 145 60 2 78.0

— 18 BON JOVI — Legendary (Captain Kidd/Island/UMG) 150 NEW 135 60 2 75.5

20 19 DPB — Undefeated 3.0 (MTS) 148 +10 138 113 3 49.8

18 20 CABELA & SCHMITT — All Alone (C&S Music) 145 +1 144 130 3 48.8

EASTERN REGION

5 1 NOAH KAHAN — Stick Season (Mercury/Republic/UMG) 160 0 160 160 4 40.5

7 2 BEYONCE — Texas Hold ‘Em (Columbia/SME) 160 0 160 160 4 40.5

8 3 ARIANA GRANDE — We Can’t Be Friends (Republic/UMG) 160 0 160 124 4 40.5

9 4 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Obsessed (Geffen) 160 0 160 100 4 40.5

2 5 KNOX — Not The 1975 (Atlantic) 160 0 160 160 4 40.5

4 6 BENSON BOONE — Beautiful Things (Night Street/Warner) 160 0 160 160 4 40.5

3 7 TEDDY SWIMS — Lose Control (WMG) 160 0 160 160 4 40.5

14 8 SZA — Saturn (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA) 152 +40 112 72 4 38.5

12 9 JACK HARLOW — Lovin On Me (Generation Now/Atlantic) 140 0 140 152 4 35.5

16 10 DJO — End Of Beginning (Djo Music) 124 +52 72 16 4 31.5

11 11 SABRINA CARPENTER — Feather (Island/UMG) 124 -16 140 160 4 31.5

13 12 JELLY ROLL W/LAINEY WILSON — Save Me (Stoney Creek/BMG) 112 0 112 84 4 28.5

20 13 HOZIER

— Too Sweet (Columbia/SME) 100 +52 48 0 4 25.5

1 14 SELENA GOMEZ — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 84 -76 160 160 4 21.5

10 15 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE — Selfish (RCA/SME) 84 -68 152 160 4 21.5

17 16 USHER

— Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 84 +12 72 48 4 21.5

— 17 DUA LIPA — Illusion (Warner/WMG) 84 NEW 10 0 4 21.5

— 18 SABRINA CARPENTER — Espresso (Island/UMG) 48 NEW 10 0 4 12.5

18 19 MEGHAN TRAINOR & T PAIN — Been Like This (Epic/SME) 48 0 48 16 4 12.5

— 20 MADISON BEER — Make You Mine (Epic/SME) 48 NEW 48 32 4 12.5

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TOP40 WEB

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL WK

# 1

STICKY FINGERS — I Miss The Good Times (Continental)

560 NEW 0

0 6 93.8

11

— 2 MARSHA JEWELL — Butterfly (Jewell Lane)

415 NEW 0

0 6 69.6

10

— 3 ELLIE GOULDING — Burn (Cherrytree/Interscope)

374 NEW 0

0 4 94.0

18

— 4 LORDE — Team (Lava/Republic)

368 NEW 0

0 4 92.5

16

— 5 DEMI LOVATO — Neon Lights (Hollywood)

350 NEW 0

0 5 70.5

1 15

— 6 ALLEN D — You & The Night & The Music (New Terra)

341 NEW 0

0 6 57.3

10

— 7 FRANK D`ANGELO — Break It Down (BKCI)

307 NEW 0

0 4 77.2

36

— 8 JENNIFER RICHMAN — Home Inside (Dancing Rose)

300 NEW 0

CHARTBOUND

Aloe Blacc — The Man (Interscope) 274 NEW 0 4

Katy Perry — Dark Horse (Capitol) 265 NEW 0 3

Bruno Mars — Young Girls (Atlantic/WEA) 259 NEW 0 3

Shakira w/Rihanna — Can’t Remember To Forget You (Sony Music Latin) 248 NEW 0 4 1

Beyond The Sun — Shooting Star (OM20) 237 NEW 0 3

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CHART BREAKERS

NEW & ACTIVE

Neon Trees — Sleeping With A Friend (Mercury)

224

NEW

0

4

1

COLLEGE DROPS

ADDS

A Great Big World “Say Something”, Paramore “Ain’t it fun”,

Jhene Aiko “The Worst”, Ed Barker w/Lance Ellington “When

You Smile”, Cole Phoenix “UFO”, MKTO “Classic”, Chainsmokers

“Selfie”, Tiesto “Red Lights”, Austin Mahone w/Pitbull “Mmm

Yeah”, Amen Alibi “Break Down & Cry”, Disclosure w/Sam Smith

“Latch”, Amelia Scalies “I Should’ve Known”, Carmen & Camille

“Away”, Eminem w/Nate Ruess “Headlights”, Ashley Allen “Body

Say No, Heart Say Yes”, Pitbull w/GRL “Wild Wild Love”, U2

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MUSIC BIZ

Lawrence to open

for The Rolling Stones

Yesterday, Lawrence — the 8-piece band fronted

by siblings Gracie and Clyde Lawrence — announced

that they will be opening for THE ROLLING STONES

at MetLife Stadium on May 26 to a crowd of almost

83,000 people. They’ll of course be playing music from

their forthcoming album, Family Business, at the show,

which will also be celebrated with their biggest-ever

headlining tour throughout this spring and summer. The

40-date international Family Business Tour includes

iconic venues Radio City Music Hall on September 19

and The Wiltern in Los Angeles on October 9. Family

Business is the follow-up to 2021’s Hotel TV and more

details, new music and release date will be announced

soon. Plus, today Lawrence released the all new

acoustic-ish video for their new single “Guy I Used To

Be” as a part of their very popular acousitc-ish series

(millions and millions of views across all platforms).

NPG Records And Paisley Park

release “Magnificent”

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Prince’s

seminal Musicology album, NPG Records and Paisley

Park Enterprises, in partnership with Sony Music

Entertainment, have released “Magnificent,” a rare 2003

Prince track that was previously issued as a “virtual B-

side” to “Musicology,” the lead single from the classic

record. Originally distributed via Prince’s NPG Music

Club, the song has never been previously available on

any official streaming services, so today’s release marks

the first time that a new generation of Prince fans around

the world will have access to this hard-to-find gem.

The track’s debut on streaming follows the release of

“United States Of Division,” another rare B-side from

the Musicology era. “Magnificent” is a sensual love

song backed by layers of heavy digital percussion and an

ominous synthesizer riff throughout. Over the irresistibly

funky backing track, Prince croons to an unnamed lover:

“In the time it took the others / to say your name / we

became magnificent.” Unofficially available to Prince

fans for 20 years and sourced from master tapes found

in Prince’s legendary vault, “Magnificent” is yet another

stunning sonic artifact from a notably prolific era of his

celebrated career. The releases of “Magnificent” and

“United States Of Division” also celebrate the 20th

anniversary of Prince’s landmark Musicology Live

2004ever tour, a remarkable run of shows that saw the

trendsetting star distributing copies of his most recent

album Musicology to over a million concert attendees.

On Prince’s request, the tour featured reasonable ticket

prices that encouraged fans young and old to attend shows.

Devised by Prince and his longtime lawyer, confidante,

and Musicology Executive Producer L. Londell

McMillan this grassroots approach to album marketing

profoundly changed that way the music industry viewed

live performances and once again cemented Prince’s

status as one of modern music’s great creative visionaries.

Loverboy’s Paul Dean

Touts Release of Rare 1971 Album

Loverboy guitarist Paul Dean is excited about the

recent release of the long-lost debut album by his band

The Fox (later changed to Canada-Fox), formed in 1969

in Vancouver, a full decade before Dean would co-found

Loverboy with Mike Reno and Doug Johnson. The

other members of Canada-Fox consist of organist/lead

vocalist/writer and arranger Clyde Harvey, bassist Brian

Newcombe and writer/drummer/vocalist Billy McBeth.

The previously unreleased album has been picked up by

Sony Music for distribution to all streaming services.

Ten songs were originally recorded by the group in

1970 in a Toronto studio after getting picked up by RCA

Canada, an event Dean only recalls by seeing pictures

of them “signing something” with the label boss. The

band was dropped after two singles were released,

leaving the original lacquer acetates of the album with

drummer McBeth, who copied it onto a CD and sent it

to Paul. Dean then isolated the vocals and instruments

from the original two-track stereo. “I polished those

suckers for literally months, restoring them with these

new software programs, much the same way the Beatles

reconstructed ‘Now and Then.’ It was a great learning

experience, and yeah, I’m a real tech nerd”, says Dean.

“I was blown away by these songs that I hadn’t listened

to in over 50 years, and then I dove right in, looking

for ways I could update them, from a technical point of

view. I wanted to clean up all the little flaws, rebalance

the instruments, make it loud and clean with no outside

noise, so-on with my producer/mixer hat.” Remixed and

remastered, Canada-Fox offers a compendium of blues,

soul, R&B, funk and psychedelia that both recalls those

halcyon times, but also remains timeless and modern,

sounding as if it was recorded yesterday. Highlights

include a spirited mash-up of The Beatles’ “Day

Tripper” and James Brown’s “Licking Stick,” which

has Dean aping that classic George Harrison guitar lick,

then taking it to the bridge. “That’s my favorite track

on the record,” says Paul. “It’s just so funky, and Clyde

really nails it.” “Coochy Coo” is a blues-rocker with a

cheeky, sensuous backbeat, while “Livin’ My Life” has a

country feel and a classic Paul Dean guitar solo. These,

along with a gloriously funky take on Sly Stone’s “Sing

a Simple Song”, were recorded in 1971 in Vancouver

and Edmonton, respectively. Dean’s sole writing and

lead vocal credit, “Mr. Tall,” shows him vamping like

his idol Jimi Hendrix, which can also be heard on the

heavy instrumental, ‘The Fox’. “We‘d listen to Hendrix

on our PA system, which we unpacked and set up in the

basement of our band house,” says Dean. “In fact, we

used to cover ‘Foxy Lady’ and ‘Voodoo Child’ in our set.”

Lacy J. Dalton Releases New Single

“What Don’t Kill Ya”

Singer-songwriter and outlaw original Lacy J.

Dalton is excited to release the third single, “What Don’t

Kill Ya,” today from her upcoming For The Black Sheep

album, due out June 21st. Mixing a combination of

country and blues, Dalton brings to life the difficulties in

the world, from breakups to life in general, that will help

each of us become stronger individuals.” With lyrics such

as “sometimes you’re right, sometimes you’re wrong,

you make mistakes, but you go on - and somehow life

just rolls along and what don’t kill ya makes you strong,”

Dalton has created a song that everyone can relate to.

“We don’t build strong spiritual muscles without strong

challenges in life,” shares Dalton. “These roadblocks

and heartaches become catalysts for change and the

way forward. What appears to stand in the way becomes

the way… “What Don’t Kill Ya” makes you strong.”

Sam Grow Enlists Logan Mize

For New Single & Video

“Yellow Brick Road”

Maryland native Sam Grow returns with his

latest single and official video with fellow singersongwriter

Logan Mize. The single is now available

for download and stream on all digital platforms via

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Country breakout artist Molly Lovette is surprising

fans and releasing a LIVE Piano Version of

her current release Not Even My Ex. Not Even My

Ex – Live Piano Version as well as the original version

is available on all social streaming platforms

including Spotify, Apple Music, and more. Molly

keeps things refreshingly simple on this track,

showcasing the song’s melody and lyrics in a

stripped-down, raw piano format. This gives fans

a new perspective on the song while highlighting

her powerful and strong vocals. Written by Molly,

alongside Amy Asher, Julia Larkin, and Megan

Wilder and produced by Briana Tyson, this acoustic

track showcases the strong emotions that come

along with a friendship breakup. “I’m so excited

to drop this version of such an emotional song,”

says Molly. “Losing a friend is a whole different

kind of heartbreak, and I’m sure we’ve all been

there at some point in our lives.”

Average Joes Entertainment. Self-written and produced

by Grow, “Yellow Brick Road” showcases his familiar

growly vocals complimented by Mize’s modern flow.

Using imagery of a yellow brick road to symbolize

a desire to return to a simpler life, Grow captures a

sense of nostalgia and yearning to return home, where

he is most comfortable. The single arrives on the

heels of Sam’s latest album, Avalon Avenue, which

has garnered over 5 million worldwide streams since

its January release. The project was predominantly

conceived in Studio A of the iconic FAME Studios in

Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and comprises 12 tracks.

UMG Nashville Announces

Second Annual MUSIC IS UNIVERSAL

UMG Nashville’s Music Is Universal returns to

downtown Nashville’s Skydeck on Broadway June 6-9,

2024. The second annual four-day event is free to the

public and features some of country music’s biggest

artists and rising stars for live performances, fan club

parties and signings, listening events, and more. UMG

Nashville’s inaugural Music Is Universal event in 2023

featured artists including Kassi Ashton, Priscilla Block,

Luke Bryan, Jordan Davis, Dalton Dover, Luke Grimes,

Caylee Hammack, Sam Williams, Maddie & Tae, and

many more, welcoming thousands of fans from all over

the world to see over 20 artist performances, meet &

greets, DJs, and exclusive listening events, reaching

capacity crowds several times across the weekend. A

full schedule of events and additional information to

follow in the coming weeks with all updates available

at UMGNLive.com. Universal Music Group Nashville

consists of Capitol Records Nashville, Capitol Comedy

Nashville, EMI Records Nashville, MCA Nashville,

Mercury Nashville, Silver Wings Records, and Sing Me

Back Home Productions. Reading like a “who’s who” of

Music Row, the combined rosters include Alan Jackson,

Anne Wilson, Billy Currington, Brad Paisley, Brothers

Osborne, Bryce Leatherwood, Carrie Underwood, Catie

Offerman, Caylee Hammack, CB30, Chris Stapleton,

Dalton Dover, Darius Rucker, Dierks Bentley, Dillon

James, Eric Church, George Strait, Hootie & The

Blowfish, Hueston, Jon Langston, Jon Pardi, Jordan

Davis, Josh Turner, Kacey Musgraves, Kassi Ashton,

Keith Urban, Kylie Morgan, Little Big Town, Louie

TheSinger, Luke Bryan, Luke Grimes, Maddie & Tae,

Mickey Guyton, Parker McCollum, Priscilla Block,

Reba McEntire, Sam Hunt, Sam Williams, The War

And Treaty, Timothy Wayne, Travis Denning, Tyler

Hubbard, Vince Gill, and comedian Nate Bargatze. For

additional information, visit www.umgnashville.com.

Country Singer Clay Walker

Raise $2.6m

Last Thursday, country hitmaker Clay Walker and

The Clay Walker Foundation held their annual Band

Against MS Gala at the Ballroom at Bayou Place in

Houston where they raised an incredible $220,000 for

Multiple Sclerosis research. In 1996, Walker faced a new

battle with his diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), but

rather than yielding to its challenges, he emerged as a

fierce advocate and fundraiser, establishing the Clay

Walker Foundation to support those affected by the

disease. Overall, The Clay Walker Foundation has raised

$2.6 million dollars for Multiple Sclerosis research.

The evening began with a pre-concert mixer where

sponsors participated in a silent auction with items

such as guitars signed by Taylor Swift and Toby Keith,

tickets to the ACM and CMA Awards VIP packages to

George Strait show and sideline passes to the Houston

Texans game. The highlight of the evening was the

dynamic and inspiring performance by Walker himself.

The proud Texan took the stage and performed his hits

and gave an emotional performance of his new single,

“I Know She Hung The Moon.” Attendees dined on

a delicious three-course dinner followed by a live

auction. Year after year, the Gala proves to be a must

attend event and this year was no different. Community

members enjoyed an exciting and entertaining evening

all while raising life-changing funding for the BAMS

foundation to better the lives of those living with MS.

Starvista Music To Release Country

Legends Live ‘The Hits’

StarVista Music will be releasing a three-part

‘Country Legends Live’ series, with the first released in

April on all digital platforms. The first in the series ‘The

Hits’ will be a 13-song collection of country music hits

from the 70s, 80s, and 90s, where ten of these recordings

topped the Billboard/Radio & Records charts at #1, with

two others peaking in the Top 5, and one becoming a

fan favorite. “It is amazing what you find in the vault

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SESAC hosted its annual songwriting workshop, in association with Fairwood Music

Publishing. The camp took place at Tileyard Studios in London, the World’s largest community

of independent artists and businesses, and hosted an array of established and up

and coming talent. Songwriters and producers who participated in the camp include: Erika

Ender, writer behind the mega-hit “Despacito,” with more than 3 billion Spotify streams;

Cam Blackwood, writer/producer - George Ezra, Tom Walker, Jack Savoretti, and nominated

for Producer of the Year at the MPG Annual 2020 and 2021 awards; Jules Jackson,

writer - Mercury Prize nominee, 3 top 30 albums (one top ten), toured with George Ezra,

Pixies, The Maccabees and just announced support on the forthcoming Glass Animals

tour; Jim Irwin, writer - Brighton based topliner best known for his extensive work with

Nothing But Thieves (Radio 1’s Hottest Record of the Year 2023 Welcome to the DCC;

Impossible, Sorry, Trip Switch, Graveyard Whistling and many others) as well as Lana

Del Rey, Yungblud and Lissie; Samuel Jackson, producer - had songs on 2 US Billboard

No.1 albums including Kanye’s Donda and Pop Smoke album. Front L-R: Jim Irvin, Erika

Ender, Cam Blackwood, Juliette Jackson, Will Vaughan, John Sweeney, Karl Ziegler Back

L-R: Kye Sones, Joshua Keogh, Josh Noble, Megan Lewis

GRAMMY® nominated, CMA Award-winner, and soon-to-be

newest member of the Grand Ole Opry, T. Graham Brown, is

excited to announce a brand new studio album titled ‘From

Memphis to Muscle Shoals,’ which is set to drop on Friday, August

2nd via Warner Music Group-ADA. The album is available

for pre-order now and is packed with legendary collaborations,

including Bettye LaVette, Sam Moore, Delbert McClinton, Dwight

Yoakam, Eddie Floyd, Little Anthony, Randy Houser, Sammy

Hagar, Tanya Tucker, Wynonna, and Zach Williams. The first

single off the new album, “The Dark End of the Street,” featuring

Country Music Hall of Famer and GRAMMY® Award-winning

artist Tanya Tucker, was exclusively premiered by Whiskey Riff

and is available now. “I had the idea to do a soul tribute album

for probably the last twenty years,” shares Brown. “When the

opportunity came up, we jumped on it. We went down to Muscle

Shoals, the heartbeat of soul music.

The Georgia Thunderbolts have announced their highly-anticipated sophomore album,

‘Rise Above It All,’ set for release on August 23rd via Mascot Records. Featuring the

quintet’s signature blend of Southern rock, blues, and heartfelt Americana, the 13-track

album showcases the band’s ability to navigate a vast array of musical terrains, while

also capturing the profound emotional and artistic growth fostered by their years on

the road. “When you cut back on being a tough guy, more emotions can come through,

and you hear that on this record,” says TJ Lyle, lead vocals, harmonica, and keyboards.

“This album travels all musical genres,” he adds.

RECORDS Nashville’s Alli Walker, a rising star in country music,

has taken another significant step in her career as her manager,

Brad Turcotte, signs with Vector Management. “Signing with

Vector Management is an incredible milestone for my career,”

shares Alli. “I’m thrilled to join their esteemed roster and work

alongside Brad and the entire team. This partnership marks

an exciting new chapter, and I’m looking forward to what lies

ahead.” Photo ID: (L-R): Vector Management’s Brad Turcotte,

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when you go looking. These recordings are part of

music history,” says LMA Productions president Frank

Matassa. “The recordings we got of Mickey Gilley were

the last live recordings he ever made before his passing.

We are thrilled to have partnered with StarVista Music to

release these great songs by their original artists.” These

live recordings were captured at the historic Wildhorse

Saloon (which soon will be called Category 10) during

CMA Music Fest 2015. At the time, artists were

performing as part of a benefit concert and television

taping to support the Lisa Matassa “Why I’m Here”

duets project. Now, nine years later, these recordings are

becoming available to the fans for their listening pleasure.

Lauren Freebird Releases

New single & Video “Like A Bomb”

Lauren Freebird is a rock, blues, and alt-country

Nashville native artist cultivating a unique, sultry, gritty

sound and female presence in both rock and country

music cultivating a sound titled “y’allternative twang

rock.” Characterized by a soulful, raspy, and powerful

vocal, Lauren’s style is easily recognizable and loved by

audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Lauren has been

active on the Nashville scene for three years, performing

at notable venues such as Tootsies Orchid Lounge, Kid

Rock’s Honky Tonk, The Bluebird Cafe, Commodore

Grille, and more. With inspirations such as Janis Joplin,

Tracy Chapman, Chris Stapleton, Stevie Nicks, Alanis

Morisette, and Miley Cyrus. Lauren’s music creates

a smooth blend of the best elements of rock, country,

blues, and Americana. Her multi-genre shows are

guaranteed to keep an audience engaged and satisfied.

Gibson Gives & 1500 Sound Academy

Partner for Music Scholarships

For over 130 years, the iconic and leading American

instrument brand Gibson has been shaping sound across

generations and genres. Gibson, and its charitable arm

Gibson Gives believe in the power of music, and that

getting instruments into the hands of those with a desire

to make music is a life-changing event. A state-of-the-art

music school in Inglewood, CA, 1500 Sound Academy

offers comprehensive courses to music students and

aspiring professionals who want to learn the craft of

Music Production, Engineering, Songwriting, Mixing,

Music Business, and Artist Branding. Gibson Gives

is proud to announce it will partner with 1500 Sound

Academy this year to give five music scholarships

valued at $25,000. in addition to instruments and

gear totaling over $12,500 across the program in Los

Angeles, California, Beijing, China and Taipei, Taiwan.

Sammy Hagar and Palms Casino Resort

to Unveil Tropical Poolside Oasis

Sammy Hagar and Palms Casino Resort will host a

grand opening celebration for Sammy’s Island, a tropical

poolside oasis inspired by the Rock & Roll Hall of

Famer’s music and Baja beach vibe, from 7:30 - 11 p.m.

on Friday, May 17. The party will feature a rockin’ live

performance by Hagar tribute band, Red Voodoo, who

have been known to jam with the Red Rocker. Tickets to

the free event, linked here, are available now. The rock

‘n’ roll island getaway will officially open its doors to

the public for the daytime Sammy’s Island experience

at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 17. The grand opening event

invites guests to explore the island’s many features,

including tropical cocktails at the Tiki Bar and tequila

and mezcal flights at the Tequileria. Guests can select

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to party like a rockstar and purchase one of the stylish

cabanas, bungalows and lily pads on the Sammy’s Island

page. Guests for the grand opening party must be 21

and older with valid ID. Sammy’s Island will feature

a vibrant blend of delicious food, refreshing cocktails

crafted with Hagar’s signature spirits, and live music

performances to make poolside days and nights come

alive. The tropical escape’s poolside bars will offer

unique spirits experiences featuring Hagar’s premium

Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum, a partnership with rock

icon Rick Springfield, Santo Spirits, a partnership with

celebrity chef Guy Fieri, Sammy’s Beach Bar Cocktails,

award-winning sparkling rum cocktails in a can, and Red

Rocker Lager, a refreshing Mexican lager. “Sammy’s

Island at Palms Pool embodies the essence of rock ‘n’

roll infused with Vegas energy, creating an unparalleled

experience for our guests,” said Cynthia Kiser Murphey,

General Manager of Palms Casino Resort. “Partnering

with Sammy Hagar, a true icon, elevates our pool to

new heights. It’s not just a party with great island bites

and drinks - it’s a legendary experience that defines

the spirit of summer in Las Vegas.” Sammy’s Island at

Palms Pool, located at Palms Casino Resort at 4321 W.

Flamingo Rd., will be open beginning May 17th seven

days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. throughout pool

season. During daytime operations, hotel guests of all

ages are welcome. An adult must accompany children

under 18, and non-hotel guests and locals must be 21+.

Entertainer Alex Miller

Releases EP, My Daddy’s Dad

Young Country entertainer Alex Miller’s latest

offering drops tomorrow with the release of his fivesong

EP, MY DADDY’S DAD (Billy Jam Records).

Produced by Jerry Salley, the collection has been called

“A solid set full of hits” by Country Music People

Magazine. MY DADDY’S DAD kicks off with the

high-energy, hooky up-tempo “She Makes Dirt Look

Good,” which is followed by the classic “Western” sound

of “Oh, Odessa.” The mid-tempo “The Last House In

God’s Country,” (premiered by Center Stage Magazine)

tells of Miller’s love for his grandparents’ farm. “Ain’t

Ever Saying Never” (premiered by The Music Universe)

reflects on missed chances at love in a punchy, grooveoriented

track. The set, dedicated to Alex’s late

grandfather GB Miller, closes with “My Daddy’s Dad,”

(premiered by Dirt Road Country) a touching tribute

to the man who helped Alex find his path. “He’d have

this record blaring from his tractor’s stereo - I hope it

finds its way to yours,” Alex says. Miller is gearing

up for a busy summer of touring and upcoming dates.

Aerosmith Historic Farewell Tour

‘Peace Out’ Continues In 2024

GRAMMY® award-winning and diamondcertified

rock legends Aerosmith announce their return

to the road with PEACE OUT featuring special guests

The Black Crowes, who are fresh off their first release in

nearly 15 years, HAPPINESS BASTARDS. Additionally,

a very special one-night-only performance from Teddy

Swims is set at the tour kickoff in Pittsburgh, PA. Fans

first heard that one of the most significant American rock

bands in history were embarking on their final tour with

a special announcement video celebrating this not-to-bemissed

final tour. Every night will pay homage to the

five decades of Aerosmith’s groundbreaking hits as they

celebrate over 50 years as America’s greatest rock band.

In addition, THX will bring their THX Certified Live!

Powerhouse country singer/songwriter Jess Kellie

Adams is excited to release her brand new single,

“Life’s A Dance.” If the song sounds vaguely familiar,

it is because it is a remake of the monster

chart-topping hit made famous by country superstar,

John Michael Montgomery. The song was

Montgomery’s 1992 debut release that turned him

from an unknown artist into a national star and

Adams unapologetically takes this country classic

and turns it into something brand new making it her

own. Written by Nashville tunesmiths Allen Shamblin

and Steve Seskin, “Life’s A Dance” was produced

by multi-award-winning, Grammy-nominated artist

Dean Sams of country supergroup Lonestar.

– The Swon Brothers give credit where credit is due

in their sweetly romantic new single, “One Good

Woman,” which honors the power that one special female

can have on a man’s life and the myriad of ways

she often changes him and his life for the better. The

heartfelt song, penned by Zach and Colton Swon with

Josh Gleave, highlights the brothers’ pristine family

harmonies and is the first single from their upcoming

new acoustic EP, IMAGINE CABIN SESSIONS. The

brothers took a different turn on the self-produced

song, stripping things down and letting the lyrics and

melody shine through in the song’s simple yet elegant

production and message about the influence love can

have in turning a man’s life around and revealing to

him what’s truly important.

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Legendary musicians, special guests, and industry executives gathered for a private event at the

Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum on Thursday, Apr. 18, for the unveiling of the Museum’s new

Glen Campbell exhibit. Hosted by the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum, along with Big Machine

Label Group and Surfdog, the event celebrated the release of Glen Campbell Duets - Ghost on the

Canvas Sessions, and featured a panel discussion with Julian Raymond, Dave Kaplan, Steve Wariner,

Steven Curtis Chapman, Kim Campbell and Cal Campbell. “When you look around the entire

museum, you can see and feel Glen’s work in so many of the other exhibits,” says Musicians Hall of

Fame & Museum’s CEO, Linda Chambers. “We talk about the Musicians Hall of Fame representing

all genres of music because studio musicians don’t play genres... they just play music.”

Renowned country music sensation Zac Brown

Band has set sail on a musical voyage with the

release of their latest single “Pirates & Parrots”

featuring acclaimed singer-songwriter and Coral

Reefer Band member Mac McAnally. The track

serves as a heartfelt tribute to their esteemed friend

and collaborator, the legendary Jimmy Buffett.

high-fidelity experience on the road, calibrating each

arena with leading-edge technology so fans don’t miss

a beat of Aerosmith’s classic rock tunes in quality audio.

Bri Bagwell

Signs With New Frontier Touring

Texas Female Artist of the Decade, Bri Bagwell,

has inked a booking agreement with New Frontier

Touring; with agent Alex Fang managing Bagwell’s

performance opportunities. Fresh off of her wins for

Female Vocalist of the Year and Music Video of the Year

at the 2024 Texas Radio & Music Awards, Bri continues

to build momentum upon her notable achievements in

the country space. “It’s always a great fortune in this

business when you get to encounter someone who excels

as much on stage as they do off,” Fang shares. “While

any attendee of a Bri show is immediately in awe of her

talent, charisma, and grace, those of us behind the scenes

get to remain in awe of her hustle, her capabilities, and

her ambition. Bri Bagwell encapsulates the modern

musical maven and I’m beyond ecstatic so embark on

this journey with her.” “I am thrilled to partner with

New Frontier Touring, an exceptional agency full

of powerhouse acts, who aligns with my goals as an

artist,” Bagwell says. “After building a solid Southwest

foundation I am ready and excited to expand to new

markets across the US and beyond. Alex Fang already

feels like he’s been a part of the team for years and I’m

honored to be working with such a driven, respected, and

hilarious agent.” Bri recently released her heartfelt single

“The Rescue” about her beloved rescue pup Whiskey.

The song has launched a movement among her fans, with

over 200+ personal videos and photos of their adopted

animals making up the music video. Her latest album

Corazón y Cabeza, produced by Rachel Loy, has spurred

three #1 singles including “Trenches,” “Free Man,” and

“Hello Highway.” Add in her national TV performance

on this year’s Lonestar NYE, which aired on over 37

major markets across 13 states, her rousingly fun podcast

“Only Vans,” and her artist ambassadorship for Devils

River Whiskey, Bri is well on her way to a breakout year.

Miranda Lambert, Brandy Clark,

Shane McAnally and More Take

Part in Jayne Denham’s

‘Moonshine’ Album

Jayne Denham, proving again that she’s the

dominant female force in Australian country rock

music, unveils a new groundbreaking album titled

Moonshine with the mind-blowing focus track “Lovin’

A Wild Thing.” ‘If you want the fire gotta dance in the

flames, that’s what you get for lovin’ a wild thing.’ This

focus track is penned by talented songwriters Brian

White, Jason Sever, Ben Glover, and Chad Brownlee.

The album is infused with the spirited essence of the

Prohibition era of risk-taking, love affairs, and dedicated

moonshine runners, the resonating themes and sounds

blend uniquely in today’s modern country music

scene. Drawing inspiration from the raw, wild, and

action-packed sounds of that time, Jayne embarks on a

sonically rich journey that evokes the spirited and illegal

act of moonshine production. With Moonshine, Jayne’s

musical voyage pays homage to the adventurous thrill

seekers and inevitable heartbreak that characterized

a period defined by defiance and rebellion. Miranda

Lambert, Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally, and Jon

Randall all take part in this musical campaign, as their

lyrics and songs were all chosen specifically to bring

Gibson Gives the non-profit division of the

legendary music brand Gibson, is honored to

partner once again with FirstBank Amphitheater

in Franklin, TN to raise funds to support

Williamson County Public Schools and

music education initiatives. This year, Gibson

Gives and FirstBank Amphitheater brought

their selection of 22 guitars signed by Lana

Del Rey, Noel Gallagher, Tenacious D, Willie

Nelson, Dwight Yoakam, Chicago, Tears For

Fears, Kenny Loggins, Steve Miller Band, Goo

Goo Dolls, and more to the Music Icons Auction

from Julien’s and raised $48,825.00 this

spring. To date, the Gibson Gives and First-

Bank FirstBank Amphitheater Music Education

Program has raised and over $120,000 for

Williamson County Public Schools. “United

in our commitment, we stand with FirstBank

Amphitheater in our efforts to support Williamson

County schools, recognizing the

invaluable role of music and arts education

in shaping young minds and fostering growth

for every student.” --Erica Krusen, Gibson

Gives, Global Executive Director

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of her chart-topping album WANTED, which earned a

Golden Guitar nomination for Contemporary Album of

the Year in 2022, Jayne invites listeners on an adventure

with Moonshine, a 10-track album that features various

Grammy-winning and Grammy-nominated songwriters,

once again proving why she’s Australia’s leading

country rock female artist. Jayne has had various

number-one hits with her industry peers. In March 2023,

Jayne released her album title track, “Moonshine,”

featuring Colt Ford, written by Cameron Jaymes, Colin

Elmore, and Melissa Peirce. The boot-stomping crosscountry

collaboration infused Jayne’s country rock

roots, captivating audiences worldwide with placements

on CMT USA, CMT Official Top 30 in Australia,

No. 5 on KIX Country, and CountryTown Hot 50.

Foreigner Farewell Tour Continues

This Fall with Loverboy & Lita Ford

“I Want To Know What Love Is”, “Cold As Ice,”

“Hot Blooded,” “Juke Box Hero,” “Urgent,” and more

Top 10 hits than Journey. Today, FOREIGNER, the

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominated band behind

these iconic songs, announced the next leg of their

farewell tour this fall, with special guests Loverboy

and Lita Ford on select dates. After one last show with

Styx and John Waite in Memphis on September 20, the

tour is set to continue on September 23, 2024, at West

Virginia’s Charleston Civic Center. FOREIGNER will

be joined by LOVERBOY, one of the 80’s biggest hitmakers,

and LITA FORD, the queen of rock and heavy

metal. The spectacular shows will thrill audiences with

stellar performances of more than 20 combined charttopping

songs. Tickets go on sale on Friday, April 5th

com, and FOREIGNER will be offering their own

exclusive pre-sales beginning Wednesday, April 3rd at

10am CT at Foreigneronline.com. Leader and founder

of FOREIGNER, Mick Jones said, “Many years ago,

I wrote a song called ‘Feels Like The First Time’and

today we are launching the next leg of our last

worldwide tour. We will be presenting a show that I

know will have the same enthusiasm as our very first

appearances. The tour started last summer in America

and we hope to get to every place that we have played

over the last several years. While I’m sure our fans

will have mixed feelings about the end of the road

for the band, I know our shows are going to delight

audiences everywhere.” Says FOREIGNER lead singer

Kelly Hansen, “The time has come. We have more

or less lived our lives on the road for almost twenty

years. We have always strived to give you our best

and we intend to finish this the same way. Foreigner

has a brilliant and increasingly demanding catalog

of songs to sing and I refuse to give them less than

they deserve. So, we’re going to finish strong. I want

to make it very clear how grateful and appreciative

we are to our audiences all over the world who have

supported this band. I’m sure there may be occasions

when we’ll do some special appearances, but I think

the time is coming for us to live off the road. Thank

you all so much!” “I remember how cool the last time

we toured with Foreigner was in 1982. We played to

massive stadiums - New Orleans, Kansas City, Day

On the Green in Oakland, JFK in Philly - and we’re

back together again, 41 years later. It’s going to be

the Tour of Fall ’24!” said Paul Dean of Loverboy.

“Country Music’s Next Rising Star” (Billboard),

Dylan Schneider “is proving to be all gas,

no brakes in 2024” (Taste of Country) today

releasing his latest EP, Bad Decisions, ahead

of his Stagecoach Festival debut performance

this Sunday, April 28. Finding “storylines that

make country music listeners go wild is his

superpower,” and the BBR Music Group/BMG

Nashville singer-songwriter “not only lives up

to his hitmaker status, but he exceeds it” (All

Country News). “This is my favorite batch of

songs that I have ever released,” says Schneider.

“Bad Decisions shares my vision of where I’m

heading creatively and sonically. I have a lot of

different influences ranging from hip-hop to

R&B to country, and with this EP, I’m able to

explore all of that. This is also my first project

where I co-wrote every single song, so I’m excited

to play these out on the road for y’all and see

what you think!

Multi #1 hit singer-songwriter John Morgan’s debut single “Friends Like That (feat. Jason Aldean)”

impacts country radio today, claiming the week’s #1 most-added accolade with 64 first-week stations.

Releasing a ramped up, new version of his fan-favorite song, John enlisted his buddy and mentor

country superstar Jason Aldean for some vice-induced good times post breakup. Making us wish we

all had friends like that, having toured with Aldean, Riley Green, ERNEST and Jameson Rodgers,

John just made his Grand Ole Opry debut, as this barn burner raised its hand. Racking up over

30 MILLION on-demand streams, the rowdy party-starter was originally featured on his recently

released debut EP Remember Us? “To have Jason Aldean as a mentor over the past few years, he

went from being someone I was a fan of to someone I call a friend, so it’s extra special to have him

on one of my songs,” says John. “Having a song on the radio is what you always dream about when

you pursue this career. I grew up on country radio and to know that another kid might grow up with

me on the radio and want to pursue a music career too is a really cool thought.”

Haven Madison, American Idol Season 21 finalist

and 19 Recordings/BMG Nashville rising pop

vocalist, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist,

drops her new EP TURN OFF ALL THE

LIGHTS. The five-track studio project is available

today along with an official music video for

the focus track “Kiss The Ground.”

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2011

C100

A compilation of research data from Top40, Adult Contempoary, and Hot AC radio.

The Top Country Hits of 2011

TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL SPINS CUME WEEKS

1 TAYLOR SWIFT — Teardrops On My Guitar (Big Machine/Universal) 50778 116 48

2 LUKE BRYAN — All My Friends Say (Capitol) 49087 87 48

3 CRAIG MORGAN — Tough (Broken Bow/Sony) 47455 83 48

4 JASON ALDEAN — Johnny Cash (Broken Bow/Sony) 47316 90 47

5 RODNEY ATKINS — These Are My People (Curb) 45439 78 43

6 BUCKY COVINGTON — A Different World (Lyric Street) 45437 82 51

7 BILLY CURRINGTON — Good Directions (Mercury/IDJMG) 45418 91 52

8 JASON MICHAEL CARROLL — Livin’ Our Love Song (Arista/RLG) 44364 77 41

9 EMERSON DRIVE — Moments (Midas/Ada/WMG) 44232 82 52

10 DIERKS BENTLEY — Free And Easy (Capitol) 43225 81 35

11 JOE NICHOLS — Another Side Of You (Universal South) 40781 84 36

12 CLAY WALKER — Fall (Curb) 40326 81 40

13 BIG & RICH — Lost In This Moment (WB/WEA) 40170 87 46

14 JACK INGRAM — Measure Of A Man (Big Machine/Universal) 39295 79 38

15 KEITH URBAN — I Told You So (Capitol) 39068 85 37

16 ALAN JACKSON — A Woman’s Love (Arista/RLG) 38981 76 52

17 CARRIE UNDERWOOD — Wasted (Arista/RLG) 38953 82 52

18 ERIC CHURCH — Guys Like Me (Capitol/EMI) 38628 76 50

19 GEORGE STRAIT — Wrapped (MCA) 38463 80 43

20 MONTGOMERY GENTRY — Lucky Man (Columbia/Sony) 38440 77 49

21 TOBY KEITH — Love Me, If You Can (Show Dog/Universal) 38373 82 30

22 BRAD PAISLEY — Ticks (Arista/RLG) 37206 82 43

23 LITTLE BIG TOWN — A Little More You (Equity) 37177 83 46

24 MIRANDA LAMBERT — Famous In A Small Town (Columbia/Sony) 36767 84 43

25 BLAKE SHELTON — Don’t Make Me (WB/WEA) 36712 80 50

26 TRACY LAWRENCE — Find Out Who Your Friends Are (RCR/CO5) 36349 86 52

27 JOSH TURNER — Firecracker (MCA) 36298 69 26

28 TRENT TOMLINSON — Just Might Have Her Radio On (Lyric Street) 36082 74 42

29 MARK CHESNUTT — Rollin’ With The Flow (Lofton Creek) 36007 81 24

30 MONTGOMERY GENTRY — What Do Ya Think About That (Columbia/Sony) 35223 70 24

31 BROOKS & DUNN — Proud Of The House We Built (Arista/RLG) 35103 78 30

32 CARRIE UNDERWOOD — So Small (Arista/RLG) 34602 77 22

33 GEORGE STRAIT — How ‘Bout Them Cowgirls (MCA) 34130 77 21

34 BRAD PAISLEY — Online (Arista/RLG) 33912 79 27

35 SUGARLAND — Settlin’ (Mercury/IDJMG) 33275 70 52

36 BLAKE SHELTON — The More I Drink (WB/WEA) 32559 69 30

37 DIERKS BENTLEY — Long Trip Alone (Capitol/EMI) 32493 76 52

38 TIM MCGRAW — If You’re Reading This (Curb) 32320 76 32

39 SARA EVANS — As If (RCA/RLG) 32013 70 30

40 TOBY KEITH — High Maintenance Woman (Show Dog/Universal) 31901 79 47

41 GARTH BROOKS — More Than A Memory (Big Machine/Universal) 31689 77 18

42 JAKE OWEN — Startin’ With Me (RCA/RLG) 31188 70 52

43 GARY ALLAN — A Feelin’ Like That (MCA) 30518 72 52

44 REBA MCENTIRE W/KELLY CLARKSON — Because Of You (MCA) 30498 72 32

45 RASCAL FLATTS — Stand (Lyric Street) 30471 74 51

46 TRACE ADKINS — Ladies Love Country Boys (Capitol/EMI) 30304 77 47

47 SUGARLAND — Everyday America (Mercury/IDJMG) 29818 71 33

48 TIM MCGRAW W/FAITH HILL — I Need You (Curb) 29728 76 39

49 KIM MCABEE — American Boys (Soigne) 29530 46 30

50 CRAIG MORGAN — Little Bit Of Life (Broken Bow/Sony) 29465 84 40

51 TIM MCGRAW — Last Dollar (Curb) 29393 74 52

52 MARTINA MCBRIDE — How I Feel (RCA/RLG) 29082 82 37

53 TRISHA YEARWOOD — Heaven, Heartache & The Power Of Love (Big Machine/Universal) 28148 75 24

54 TAYLOR SWIFT — Our Song (Big Machine/Universal) 27835 69 22

55 RASCAL FLATTS — Take Me There (Lyric Street) 27826 70 26

56 KENNY CHESNEY — Never Wanted Nothing More (BNA/RLG) 27592 71 30

57 KELLIE PICKLER — I Wonder (BNA/RLG) 27463 76 47

58 CHRIS CAGLE — What Kinda Gone (Capitol/EMI) 27323 68 26

59 TRACE ADKINS — I Wanna Feel Something (Capitol) 27243 76 39

60 KEITH URBAN — Everybody (Capitol) 27220 61 19

61 LEANN RIMES — Nothing Better To Do (Curb) 26887 84 34

62 DON SEPULVEDA — Unspoken Word (Door Knob) 26705 44 27

63 BUCK MCCOY — Got It All With You (Caption) 26412 78 16

64 TOM WURTH — Good Ground (Big 7) 26383 58 18

65 JOSH TURNER — Me And God (MCA) 26209 75 42

66 JACK INGRAM — Lips Of An Angel (Big Machine/Universal) 25935 68 48

67 KEITH URBAN — Stupid Boy (Capitol/EMI) 25877 71 32

68 GARY ALLAN — Watching Airplanes (MCA) 25690 63 24

69 EMERSON DRIVE — You Still Own Me (Midas/Ada/WMG) 25371 55 27

70 BUCK MCCOY — A Few Steps Away (Caption) 25309 84 32

71 JOE NICHOLS — I’ll Wait For You (Universal South) 24839 84 52

72 CAROLINA RAIN — Isn’t She (Equity) 24762 63 52

73 KENNY CHESNEY — Beer In Mexico (BNA/RLG) 24597 65 49

74 WHISKEY FALLS — Last Train Running (Midas/Ada/WMG) 24206 62 36

75 TRAVIS TRITT — You Never Take Me Dancing (Category 5) 24136 57 34

76 MARTINA MCBRIDE — Anyway (RCA/RLG) 24118 72 52

77 MAGGIE AUSTIN — Georgia Clay Road (Gulfwind) 23680 51 52

78 TODD FRITSCH — What’s Wrong With Me (Diamond/Spinville) 23281 59 52

79 KENNY CHESNEY — Don’t Blink (BNA/RLG) 23119 65 19

80 DREW DAVIS BAND — Back There All The Time (Lofton Creek) 22696 61 17

81 BROOKS & DUNN — Hillbilly Deluxe (Arista/RLG) 22544 62 35

82 BRANDIE FRAMPTON — Dreams (D&Lf) 22532 87 31

83 DANIELLE PECK — Isn’t That Everything (Big Machine/Universal) 22230 63 41

84 JASON ALDEAN — Laughed Until We Cried (Broken Bow/Sony) 22196 68 22

85 LITTLE BIG TOWN — I’m With The Band (Equity) 21433 61 21

86 RODNEY ATKINS — Watching You (Curb) 21268 65 52

87 CHRISTINE VAN HOY — I Don’t (Big 7) 21015 48 39

88 JASON MICHAEL CARROLL — Alyssa Lies (Arista/RLG) 20966 62 34

89 TIM MURPHY — Burn Me Down (Big 7/Spinville) 20868 63 46

90 EAGLES — How Long (Universal/UMG) 20318 109 19

91 TRACY LAWRENCE — Til I Was A Daddy Too (RCR/CO5) 20130 59 28

92 BRANDIE FRAMPTON — Colours (D&Lf) FH 20125 83 52

93 SUGARLAND — Stay (Mercury) 19884 61 16

94 CARMEN RASMUSEN — Nothin’ Like The Summer (Lofton Creek) 19532 57 36

95 RICK ZINNER — My Son (Door Knob) 19531 32 35

96 BUCKY COVINGTON — It’s Good To Be Us (Lyric Street) 19510 62 20

97 BAILEY — Catch Me Falling (BEG) 19281 54 37

98 FAITH HILL — Red Umbrella (WB/WEA) 19101 65 15

99 DON SEPULVEDA — I’ve Still Got It Bad For You (Door Knob) 19092 36 39

100 TAYLOR SWIFT — Tim McGraw (Big Machine/Universal) 18833 82 44

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LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD WK

# 1

1

TYLER HUBBARD — Back Then Right Now (EMI Nashville) 437 0 437 437 12 36.9 34

2 2 SCOTTY MCCREERY — Cab In A Solo (Triple Tigers/Sony) 436 0 436 426 13 34.0 37

3 3 JASON ALDEAN — Let Your Boys Be Country (Broken Bow/BMG) 420 0 420 398 12 35.5 24

7 4 CARLY PEARCE W/CHRIS STAPLETON — We Don’t Fight Anymore (Big Machine/UMG) 403 +15 388 392 13 31.5 46

5 5 ASHLEY COOKE — Your Place (Back Blocks Music/Big Loud/BMLG) 391 +2 389 387 13 30.5 24

4 6 JELLY ROLL — Halfway To Hell (Stoney Creek/BMG) 391 0 391 375 12 33.0 17

8 7 LAINEY WILSON — Wildflowers And Wild Horses (Broken Bow/BMG) 376 +1 375 365 9 42.2 25

9 8 JORDAN DAVIS — Tucson Too Late (MCA Nashville) 372 0 372 407 10 37.7 38

10 9 OLD DOMINION W/MEGAN MORONEY — Can’t Break Up Now (Columbia Nashville/SME) 370 +3 367 371 12 31.3 32

12 10 BAILEY ZIMMERMAN — Where It Ends (Warner Music Nashville/WMG) 365 0 365 391 10 37.0 31

15 11 CHRIS YOUNG — Young Love & Saturday Nights (RCA/SME) 356 +33 323 321 11 32.8 40

14 12 TIM MCGRAW — One Bad Habit (Big Machine/UMG) 349 +4 345 343 12 29.5 18

11 13 SAM HUNT — Outskirts (MCA Nashville) 345 -21 366 366 11 31.8 44

17 14 DUSTIN LYNCH W/JELLY ROLL — Chevrolet (Broken Bow/BMG) 334 +21 313 298 13 26.1 1 21

13 15 GARTH BROOKS & RONNIE DUNN — Rodeo Man (Big Machine/UMG) 330 -21 351 357 11 30.5 26

6 16 KENNY CHESNEY — Take Her Home (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 329 -60 389 404 10 33.4 25

16 17 NATE SMITH — Bulletproof (Arista Nashville/SME) 326 +5 321 305 11 30.1 12

26 18 BRYAN MARTIN — We Ride (Average Joes Entertainment) 291 +82 209 233 9 32.8 4 31

19 19 CODY JOHNSON — Dirt Cheap (CoJo Music/WMN) 291 +6 285 265 11 26.9 15

18 20 MEGAN MORONEY — I’m Not Pretty (Arista Nashville/SME) 289 -3 292 300 10 29.4 42

21 21 KEITH URBAN — Messed Up As Me (Hit Red/UMG) 267 +4 263 260 11 24.7 9

22 22 ZAC BROWN BAND — Tie Up (Home Grown Music/Warner Music Nashville) 232 +4 228 220 11 21.5 6

23 23 DIERKS BENTLEY — American Girl (Big Machine/UMG) 230 +5 225 224 10 23.5 10

29 24 JUSTIN MOORE — This Is My Dirt (Valory Music/Universal) 210 +3 207 231 7 30.5 24

25 25 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 210 0 210 197 8 26.7 17

28 26 JACKSON DEAN — Fearless (Big Machine/UMG) 207 0 207 207 5 41.9 70

31 27 LUKE BRYAN — Love You, Miss You, Mean It (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 202 +13 189 103 8 25.7 4

30 28 HAMMOND BROTHERS — You Know And I Know (Dynasty) 198 0 198 198 7 28.7 13

34 29 DASHA — Austin (Version III) 191 +14 177 161 9 21.7 1 9

33 30 CHRIS STAPLETON — Think I’m In Love With You (Mercury Nashville) 185 +7 178 171 6 31.3 14

36 31 CHASE MATTHEW — Love You Again (WMG) 183 +16 167 162 4 46.2 53

32 32 CHRIS CHITSEY — Life Is Hard, Whiskey Is Easy (Clinetel) 179 0 179 179 7 26.0 16

37 33 ZACH TOP — Sounds Like The Radio (Leo33) 163 +3 160 159 4 41.2 17

39 34 REBEL HEARTS — Little Cards And Letters (RHR) 155 +5 150 149 7 22.6 12

40 35 DENNIS LEDBETTER W/NIKKI NELSON — How Far Would You Go (Saint And Sinner) 154 +5 149 149 7 22.5 15

27 36 MORGAN WALLEN W/ERIC CHURCH — Man Made A Bar (Big Loud) 144 -65 209 432 5 29.3 25

43 37 CHRIS JANSON — Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get (BMLG) 139 +12 127 120 5 28.3 8

24 38 JON PARDI & LUKE BRYAN — Cowboys And Plowboys (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 137 -79 216 316 4 34.7 29

41 39 PARMALEE — Gonna Love You (Stoney Creek/BMG) 135 +2 133 130 3 45.5 26

42 40 BRETT YOUNG — Dance With You (BMLG) 132 +2 130 128 3 44.5 44

45 41 DYLAN MARLOWE & DYLAN SCOTT — Boys Back Home (Columbia Nashville/SME) 128 +4 124 116 4 32.5 21

44 42 DAN + SHAY — Bigger Houses (Warner/WMG) 128 +3 125 123 3 43.1 16

47 43 DYLAN SCOTT — This Town’s Been Too Good To Us (Curb) 123 +1 122 113 4 31.2 14

— 44 ROBERT ESKRIDGE — Better Way (Bucket List) 120 NEW 87 68 7 17.6 1 6

49 45 GEORGE BIRGE — Cowboy Songs (Records) 118 +14 104 107 4 30.0 10

— 46 DREW BALDRIDGE — She’s Somebody’s Daughter (Lyric Ridge) 112 NEW 94 90 2 56.5 1 38

35 47 ROB GEORG — Won For Y’all (Coast) 112 -65 177 248 6 19.1 44

48 48 COLE SWINDELL — Forever To Me (Warner/WMG) 111 +2 109 84 4 28.2 3

— 49 MORGAN WALLEN W/ERNEST — Cowgirls (Big Loud/Mercury/Republic) 94 NEW 72 7 3 31.8 3

— 50 SHIPS HAVE SAILED W/ABBY POSNER — Get Loud (Ships Have Sailed) 90 NEW 84 84 3 30.5 10

Drops (Recurrents):

Mike Watkins “Freedom Never Dies”, Carrie Underwood “Out Of That Truck”, For King & Country w/Lee Brice “Checking In”, Tommy Rice w/Morgan

Ridgely “Think Of Me”, Brothers Osborne “Break Mine”, Morgan Wallen “Spin You Around”, Gabby Barrett “Dance Like No One’s Watching”, Corey Kent

“This Heart”

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COUNTRY CHARTBOUND

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

Inside Country Radio

by: Buck McCoy

Rose Knight — Fly (Nashville Music Group) 86 +11 75 6

Lee Brice w/Hailey Whitters & Nate Smith — Drinkin’ Buddies (Curb) 77 NEW 0 2 2

John Morgan w/Jason Aldean — Friends Like That (Night Train/Broken Bow) 75 +68 7 2 1

Randy Houser — Country Back (Magnolia Music Group) 72 +55 17 4 1

Chayce Beckham — Everything I Need (BMG) 66 NEW 0 1 1

COUNTRY UP & COMING

TWS TRND LWS CUME ADDS

Tyler Braden — Devil You Know (Warner Music Nashville/WEA) 62 NEW 0 1 1

Joey Canyon — Up Yours (Glo Dot) 41 +21 20 4 1

Rob Georg — Climb This Mountain (Coast) 39 +34 5 4 3

James Younger — I’m Leaving The Past Behind (Hologram) 37 +30 7 3 2

Kylie Morgan — Two Night Stands (UMG) 32 0 32 2

Priscilla Block — Good On You (Mercury Nashville) 30 0 30 3

Bellamy Brothers & Gene Watson — Forever Ain’t Long Enough (Bellamy Brothers) 23 0 23 2

Conner Smith w/Hailey Whitters — Roulette On The Heart (Valory Music/Big Machine) 20 +3 17 2

John Jurney — Nine Days (Most Likely Music) 20 0 20 2

Cabela & Schmitt — All Alone (C&S Music) 15 0 15 1

Sam Hunt — Locked Up (MCA Nashville) 14 +1 13 2

Drake Milligan — I Got A Problem (Stoney Creek/BMG) 14 0 14 2

Jay Allen — New Girl (Jay Allen) 11 +1 10 1

Keith Urban — Straight Line (Hit Red/Capitol Nashville) 11 0 11 1

BoomTown Saints — Good Day To Get Gone (8 Track Entertainment/WMG) 10 +3 7 1

Darryl Worley w/Chris Janson & Justin Moore — Tractor Time (Big Machine/UMG) 10 +3 7 1

Julianna Rankin — Devil Had Blue Eyes (17th Avenue) 10 0 10 1

Dolly Parton — Southern Accents (Big Machine/UMG) 10 0 10 1

Jacquie Roar — Learn About Love (Amg) 10 0 10 1

Dawn Rix — Painkiller (Emanant Music Group) 10 0 10 1

Red Clay Strays — Wondering Why (Thirty Tigers) 10 0 10 1

Jess Moskaluke — Cheap Wine And Cigarettes (MDM) 10 0 10 1

Wade Bowen — Rainin On Me (Sustain) 7 NEW 0 1 1

Kamber Cain — Baby Good Luck (Kamber Cain) 7 NEW 0 1 1

Michael Damian — Wild Irish Heart (Weir Brothers/Virgin) 6 0 6 2

Sara Evans — Pride (Melody Place) 5 0 5 1

Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Little Girl On The Corner (Tommy Rice Music) 2 NEW 0 1 1

Southpaw — Drugstore Candy (Deko Entertainment) 2 NEW 0 1 1

Mike Kuster — Frog Eye Mud Bog (MJK Music) 2 NEW 0 1 1

JD Wood — Never Loved Her Anyway (Winter) 2 0 2 1

Briana Dinsdale — Whiskey Worked That Way (Goldspur Entertainment) 2 0 2 1

Terry Blade — Won’t Be Around (Terry Blade Music) 2 0 2 1

Michael Moncada & Whiskey High — Whiskey Weather (Winter) 2 0 2 1

Charlesys — Cut Me And I’ll Bleed (Michael Charles) 2 0 2 1

Amplify Me w/Jenna Cogan — Ginny (Torrential Music) 2 0 2 1

Cole Swindell continues to work his magic

at Country most every step of the way. His latest

in “Forever To Me” (Warner Nashville/WMN)

once again showcases his immense talent and it’s get to see him doing so well at

the format that is well deserved at best. Also love seeing this new Morgan Wallen

collaboration with Ernest. entitled “Cowgirls” (Big Loud/Mercury/Republic) is we

can just get Morgan to calm down a bit he could be going even better out there. The

talent is obvious but the attitude is a bit lacking in substance.

Dasha and the single “Austin” (Warner/WMN) is fast becoming a big deal at

the format. You know you have a real winner on your hands when you start tracking

a song at multi-formats. That’s when you know you have a crossover Hit and this

one does just that. The new Luke Bryan single is off like a rocket but he may no be,

His new “Love You, Miss You, Mean It” (Capitol Nashville) is solid but his antics on

stage with the recent slip and fall could end him up in the ER if he’s not careful. Take

it easy Luke, we need you around.

Dan + Shay always seems to be ahead of the pack and in every way. Their latest

single in “Bigger Houses” is just what we’ve been waiting for and the response for this

one has been pretty stellar. They are truly one of the best duo groups out at Country

radio today and we wish them the very best. Cody Johnson has also been on a role

as of late. His current “Dirt Cheap” (CoJo/Warner/WMN) is about as hot as they get

and our music and program directors are all over this one from coast to coast. Make

sure to give this one a little extra attention on your personal music playlist and you

will be glad you did.

Drew Baldridge has a hit brewing big time on the Country format. “She’s

Somebody’s Daughter” (Lyric Ridge) took awhile to take hold but now that the song

has been given time to sink in, it’s really off like a rocket. It’s excellent song writing

at its very best and Nashville sure knows how to pick them. I’m also thrilled to see

that Gabby Barrett is back with a new single. One of my all-time favorites from

American Idol, she shines as her latest entry in “Dance Like No One’s Watching”

(Warner Nashville/WAR) takes flight. It’s the perfect track for Gabby and we wish

her the very best at radio with this gem.

Chris Stapleton pulling past the pack with yet another excellent song. Most

everything he has had out lately has really been home-run material but he gives us yet

his very best with the new single “Think I’m In Love With You” (Mercury Nashville).

Great song that should be around for years to come. Also taking advantage of a good

thing is Nate Smith. The first time I heard the single “Bulletproof” (RCA Nashville)

I knew something special was going on. What a great song this is and make sure to

add it to your playlist now.

Dylan Scott is building more fans by the minute at Country radio. His latest

is the song called “This Town’s Been Too Good To..” (Curb) you just know that

something magical is happening. Jelly Roll has truly been “on a roll” and he does is

better than most with this fast rising “Halfway To Hell” (Stoney Creek/BMG). His

stint as a mentor on American Idol was quite brilliant and what a warm and gracious

guy he seems to be. John Morgan has joined forces with Jason Aldean for a real solid

barn-burner. “Friends Like That” (Night Train/Broken Bow) is the jam that I’m talking

about and what a smash hit this is - amazing! Bryan Martin is rocking the free world

with “We Ride” (Avg Joes/New Revolution). What a monster this has turned out to be.

I’m also happy to see that Chris Young is taking his single “Young Love & Saturday

Nights” (RCA Nashville) all the way home. It proves the point that you have to stick

with these songs to make them happen. Conner Smith just landed another one with

“Roulette On The Heart” (Valory/Big Loud) featuring Hailey Whitters so look out

for this one. Cody Johnson is rocking strong with his ever so brilliant “Dirt Cheap”

(CoJo/Warner/WMN). Joey Canyon is back with a real smash in “Up Yours” (Glo-

Dot). This is one great song and we are all so thrilled to have Joey back on the charts

of New Music Weekly. Again this our big Winners and New Breaking Hits issue so a

major congrats to all of our NMA winners and you have a lot to be proud of.

COUNTRY MOST ADDED

ADDS

1 Bryan Martin — We Ride (Average Joes Entertainment) 4

2 Rob Georg — Climb This Mountain (Coast) 3

3 Lee Brice w/Hailey Whitters & Nate Smith — Drinkin’ Buddies (Curb) 2

4 James Younger — I’m Leaving The Past Behind (Hologram) 2

5 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Little Girl On The Corner (Tommy Rice Music) 1

6 Southpaw — Drugstore Candy (Deko Entertainment) 1

7 Joey Canyon — Up Yours (Glo Dot) 1

8 John Morgan w/Jason Aldean — Friends Like That (Night Train/Broken Bow) 1

9 Chayce Beckham — Everything I Need (BMG) 1

10 Randy Houser — Country Back (Magnolia Music Group) 1

11 Robert Eskridge — Better Way (Bucket List) 1

12 Drew Baldridge — She’s Somebody’s Daughter (Lyric Ridge) 1

13 Dasha — Austin (Version III) 1

14 Tyler Braden — Devil You Know (Warner Music Nashville/WEA) 1

15 Wade Bowen — Rainin On Me (Sustain) 1

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SPINcrease

TOP40

GAIN

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone — Fortnight (Taylor Swift/UMG) +496

SZA — Saturn (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA) +425

Sabrina Carpenter — Espresso (Island/UMG) +322

Dua Lipa — Illusion (Warner/WMG) +299

Doja Cat — Okloser (Kemosabe/RCA) +187

Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert — Everybody (Republic/UMG) +182

Olivia Rodrigo — Obsessed (Geffen) +163

Djo — End Of Beginning (Djo Music) +131

Taylor Swift w/Florence & The Machine — Florida (Taylor Swift/UMG) +123

Henry Vargas w/Melissa Bonilla — Pluto (Tazmania) +121

Taylor Swift — My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys (Taylor Swift/UMG) +121

Pretty Poison w/KlubJumpers — Nighttime (Don Juan Entertainment) +107

Benson Boone — Slow It Down (Night Street/Warner) +95

Hozier — Too Sweet (Columbia/SME) +94

Felicity Estelle — Pity (JoyStar) +79

AC/HOT AC

Taylor Swift w/Post Malone — Fortnight (Taylor Swift/UMG) +409

Sabrina Carpenter — Espresso (Island/UMG) +250

Dua Lipa — Illusion (Warner/WMG) +209

Hozier — Too Sweet (Columbia/SME) +155

James Younger — I’m Leaving The Past Behind (Hologram) +145

David Guetta & OneRepublic — I Don’t Wanna Wait (Warner/WMG) +134

Good Neighbours — Home (Some Action) +123

New Kids On The Block — Kids (BMG) +112

Justin Timberlake — No Angels (RCA/SME) +110

Djo — End Of Beginning (Djo Music) +103

Benson Boone — Slow It Down (Night Street/Warner) +101

Beyonce & Miley Cyrus — II Most Wanted (Parkwood/Columbia) +99

Imagine Dragons — Eyes Closed (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope) +78

Chappell Roan — Good Luck, Babe! (Island/UMG) +70

SZA — Saturn (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA) +64

COUNTRY

GAIN

GAIN

Bryan Martin — We Ride (Average Joes Entertainment) +82

Lee Brice w/Hailey Whitters & Nate Smith — Drinkin’ Buddies (Curb) +77

John Morgan w/Jason Aldean — Friends Like That (Night Train/Broken Bow) +68

Chayce Beckham — Everything I Need (BMG) +66

Tyler Braden — Devil You Know (Warner Music Nashville/WEA) +62

Randy Houser — Country Back (Magnolia Music Group) +55

Rob Georg — Climb This Mountain (Coast) +34

Robert Eskridge — Better Way (Bucket List) +33

Chris Young — Young Love & Saturday Nights (RCA/SME) +33

James Younger — I’m Leaving The Past Behind (Hologram) +30

Morgan Wallen w/Ernest — Cowgirls (Big Loud/Mercury/Republic) +22

Joey Canyon — Up Yours (Glo Dot) +21

Dustin Lynch w/Jelly Roll — Chevrolet (Broken Bow/BMG) +21

Drew Baldridge — She’s Somebody’s Daughter (Lyric Ridge) +18

Chase Matthew — Love You Again (WMG) +16

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T I M E

Carrie Underwood is no stranger to the word “reality.” After all, as the winner of the 2005 season of

“American Idol,” she won the hearts of millions of viewers across the world. Now, the singer has entered into

a promotion that is sure to please her fan following.

Sony Music Nashville and Aurasma, the world’s leading augmented reality platform, have partnered

to launch an augmented reality promotional campaign for Underwood’s No. 1 album, “Blown Away,” which

was released in May.

U

Using the free Aurasma Lite app for iPhones, iPads and Android devices available from the iTunes App

Store and Google Play, fans can launch exclusive video of Underwood that is triggered by aiming the device

at the cover image of Blown Away. The video leaps from the Blown Away image on the mobile device or

tablet and provides a click-through gateway to the album at the iTunes store. The promotion was launched

in Nashville recently at the CMA Music Festival.

“Carrie Underwood is always looking for ways to connect with her fans,” said Gary Overton, Sony

Music Nashville chairman and chief executive officer. “We are excited to embrace a cutting-edge technology like augmented reality to help give fans

something special and provide a cool, unique connection between the artist and audience. Sony Music Nashville is excited to watch this fun idea unfold

and is eager to partner with Aurasma on other future campaigns.”

Upon its release on May 1, “Blown Away” made history by debuting at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country albums sales chart making Underwood

only the second country artist in the 47 year history of the chart to have each of their first four albums debut at No. 1. “Blown Away” also debuted at

No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart making Underwood only the second country artist in history to have three consecutive albums debut at No.

1. “Blown Away” became country’s best-selling digital album debut since 2010.

“Carrie Underwood is a proven superstar. We are thrilled to partner with Sony Music Nashville to help increase the momentum of her smash

album Blown Away,” said Jennifer Rapp, general manager of Aurasma. “By leveraging augmented reality to bridge the physical and virtual worlds, Sony

gives the fans something exclusive and special, helping to keep fans connected and Carrie in the spotlight.”

The free Aurasma app runs on iPhone 3GS (and above), iPad2 (and above), and high-powered Android devices.

Y

Yesterday, Underwood performed the first of four concerts on the Australian leg of her tour to promote “Blown Away.” She kicked things off in

Melbourne, and will perform in Tamworth and Brisbane on Friday and Saturday, before finishing things in Sydney on Sunday. Also, Underwood has just

released the title cut as the second single -- to follow up the chart-topping success of “Good Girl,” which became her fifteenth number one record.

Country Date To Remember:

February 11, 1962

Somewhere, around Fenton, Mo, there are some students who

can say that they had one of music’s sexiest performers as a

teacher. Sheryl Crow - long before she hit it big in 1993 with

“All I Wanna Do,” was actually a music teacher at Kellison

Elementary School. Though her teaching days in school are

long over, Crow - who turns an amazing 50 years old today -

has educated many of her fans about some of Country Music’s

greatest performers, such as Loretta, Hank, and Johnny Cash.

Happy Birthday to one of Rock’s top women!

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INDIE COUNTRY

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD WK

# 1

2 1

BRYAN MARTIN — We Ride (Average Joes Entertainment) 291 +82 209 195 9 32.8 4 31

1 2 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 210 0 210 196 8 26.7 17

4 3 HAMMOND BROTHERS — You Know And I Know (Dynasty) 198 0 198 186 7 28.7 12

6 4 DASHA — Austin (Version III) 191 +14 177 127 9 21.7 1 8

5 5 CHRIS CHITSEY — Life Is Hard, Whiskey Is Easy (Clinetel) 179 0 179 177 7 26.0 15

8 6 ZACH TOP — Sounds Like The Radio (Leo33) 163 +3 160 156 4 41.2 16

10 7 REBEL HEARTS — Little Cards And Letters (RHR) 155 +5 150 142 7 22.6 11

11 8 DENNIS LEDBETTER W/NIKKI NELSON — How Far Would You Go (Saint And Sinner) 154 +5 149 147 7 22.5 14

3 9 MORGAN WALLEN W/ERIC CHURCH — Man Made A Bar (Big Loud) 144 -65 209 409 5 29.3 24

14 10 ROBERT ESKRIDGE — Better Way (Bucket List) 120 +33 87 49 7 17.6 1 6

13 11 GEORGE BIRGE — Cowboy Songs (Records) 118 +14 104 105 4 30.0 9

— 12 DREW BALDRIDGE — She’s Somebody’s Daughter (Lyric Ridge) 112 NEW 94 88 2 56.5 1 38

7 13 ROB GEORG — Won For Y’all (Coast) 112 -65 177 247 6 19.1 46

15 14 SHIPS HAVE SAILED W/ABBY POSNER

— Get Loud (Ships Have Sailed) 90 +6 84 78 3 30.5 10

16 15 ROSE KNIGHT — Fly (Nashville Music Group) 86 +11 75 59 6 14.8

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29 16 JOHN MORGAN W/JASON ALDEAN — Friends Like That (Night Train/Broken Bow) 75 +68 7 0 2 38.0 1 2

20 17 RANDY HOUSER

— Country Back (Magnolia Music Group) 72 +55 17 7 4 18.5 1 4

18 18 JOEY CANYON — Up Yours (Glo Dot) 41 +21 20 0 4 10.7 1 2

30 19 ROB GEORG — Climb This Mountain (Coast) 39 +34 5 0 4 10.2 3 2

28 20 JAMES YOUNGER

— I’m Leaving The Past Behind (Hologram) 37 +30 7 0 3 12.8 2 1

17 21 BELLAMY BROTHERS & GENE WATSON — Forever Ain’t Long Enough (Bellamy Brothers) 23 0 23 17 2 12.0 8

19 22 JOHN JURNEY — Nine Days (Most Likely Music) 20 0 20 18 2 10.5 12

21 23 CABELA & SCHMITT — All Alone (C&S Music) 15 0 15 15 1 15.5 17

23 24 JAY ALLEN — New Girl (Jay Allen) 11 +1 10 10 1 11.5 5

24 25 JULIANNA RANKIN — Devil Had Blue Eyes (17th Avenue) 10 0 10 0 1 10.5 3

25 26 JACQUIE ROAR

— Learn About Love (Amg) 10 0 10 10 1 10.5 5

27 27 DAWN RIX — Painkiller (Emanant Music Group) 10 0 10 10 1 10.5 5

26 28 RED CLAY STRAYS — Wondering Why (Thirty Tigers) 10 0 10 10 1 10.5 8

22 29 JESS MOSKALUKE — Cheap Wine And Cigarettes (MDM) 10 0 10 10 1 10.5 6

Songs ranked by totals. Songs are bold when gaining or remaining flat from previous week. If two songs tie in totals, the song with larger increase is placed first. Most Added is total number of new adds

reported by each station or by internal system threshold for stations. The ranking and positions are based on estimates and should not be relied on for accuracy or representativeness. Spins Tracking

System reserves the option to move songs to recurrent as neccessary. Spins Tracking System is a service of Backstage Entertainment Group, LLC. Backstage Entertainment Group, LLC makes no representations

about the reliability of features, the Content, User Content or any other, disclaims all liability in the event of any service failure, and makes no representations regarding the amount of time

any Content or User Content will be preserved. You acknowledge any reliance on such material or systems will be at your own risk.

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CFDC-FM/Shelburne, Ontario Canada

PD: Julia Manina

Top Five

Bryan Martin “We Ride”

Luke Bryan “Love You, Miss You, Mean It”

Dasha “Austin”

Dustin Lynch w/Jelly Roll “Chevrolet”

Jason Aldean “Let Your Boys Be Country”

Adds

Bryan Martin “We Ride” (20)

CHWC-FM/Goderich, Ontario Canada

PD: Julia Manina

Top Five

Bryan Martin “We Ride”

Luke Bryan “Love You, Miss You, Mean It”

Dasha “Austin”

Dustin Lynch w/Jelly Roll “Chevrolet”

Jason Aldean “Let Your Boys Be Country”

Adds

Bryan Martin “We Ride” (20)

CJMU-FM/Winnipeg, MB Canada

PD: Julia Manina

Top Five

Bryan Martin “We Ride”

Luke Bryan “Love You, Miss You, Mean It”

Dasha “Austin”

Dustin Lynch w/Jelly Roll “Chevrolet”

Jason Aldean “Let Your Boys Be Country”

Adds

Bryan Martin “We Ride” (20)

CKYC-FM/East Owen Sound, ONT Canada

PD: Julia Manina

MD: Shawn Turner

Top Five

Bryan Martin “We Ride”

Luke Bryan “Love You, Miss You, Mean It”

Dasha “Austin”

Dustin Lynch w/Jelly Roll “Chevrolet”

Jason Aldean “Let Your Boys Be Country”

Adds

Bryan Martin “We Ride” (20)

KDKD-FM/Clinton, MO

GM/OM: Steve Stevens

PD: Don Williams

Top Five

Ghost Hounds “First Last Time”

America Allen “Dinnertime”

Jason Aldean “Let Your Boys Be Country”

Lainey Wilson “Wildflowers And Wild Horses”

Kenny Chesney “Take Her Home”

Adds

Dasha “Austin” (7)

Wade Bowen “Rainin On Me” (7)

Lee Brice w/Hailey Whitters & Nate Smith “Drinkin’

Buddies” (7)

Kamber Cain “Baby Good Luck” (7)

KDOL-FM/Livingston, TX

GM/OM: Jim Wolfe

Top Five

Rebel Hearts “Little Cards And Letters”

Hammond Brothers “You Know And I Know”

Dennis Ledbetter w/Nikki Nelson “How Far Would You

Go”

Chris Chitsey “Life Is Hard, Whiskey Is Easy”

Jelly Roll “Halfway To Hell”

No Adds

KGFY-FM/Stillwater, OK

PD: Jay McRae

Top Five

Bailey Zimmerman “Where It Ends”

Hammond Brothers “You Know And I Know”

Jason Aldean “Let Your Boys Be Country”

Ashley Cooke “Your Place”

Chris Chitsey “Life Is Hard, Whiskey Is Easy”

Adds

Dustin Lynch w/Jelly Roll “Chevrolet” (17)

Drew Baldridge “She’s Somebody’s Daughter” (17)

KIKD-FM/Carroll, IA

GM/OM: John Ryan

PD: Kristen Campisi

Top Five

Hardy “Truck Bed”

Brett Young “Dance With You”

Parmalee “Gonna Love You”

Kenny Chesney “Take Her Home”

Lainey Wilson “Wildflowers And Wild Horses”

No Adds

KOKX-AM/Keokuk, IA

PD: Mike Gronwald

MD: Brian Dougherty

Top Five

Joey Canyon “Up Yours”

Southpaw “Drugstore Candy”

Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely “Little Girl On The

Corner”

Rob Georg “Climb This Mountain”

Mike Kuster “Frog Eye Mud Bog”

Adds

James Younger “I’m Leaving The Past Behind” (2)

Mike Kuster “Frog Eye Mud Bog” (2)

Rob Georg “Climb This Mountain” (2)

Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely “Little Girl On The

Corner” (2)

Southpaw “Drugstore Candy” (2)

Joey Canyon “Up Yours” (2)

KYTI-FM/Sheridan, WY

GM/OM: Steven Schreffler

PD: Russ Davidson

MD: Tommy B

Top Five

Tim McGraw “One Bad Habit”

Bryan Martin “We Ride”

Jelly Roll “Halfway To Hell”

Kenny Chesney “Take Her Home”

Bailey Zimmerman “Where It Ends”

Adds

Lee Brice w/Hailey Whitters & Nate Smith “Drinkin’

Buddies” (70)

Chayce Beckham “Everything I Need” (66)

John Morgan w/Jason Aldean “Friends Like That” (65)

Tyler Braden “Devil You Know” (62)

Randy Houser “Country Back” (55)

Rob Georg “Climb This Mountain” (5)

WHCR-LB-FM/Eastover, SC

GM/OM: Randy Gerrald

Top Five

Lainey Wilson “Wildflowers And Wild Horses”

Morgan Wallen w/Eric Church “Man Made A Bar”

Dennis Ledbetter w/Nikki Nelson “How Far Would You

Go”

Rebel Hearts “Little Cards And Letters”

Brett Young “Dance With You”

No Adds

WISK-FM/Americus, GA

GM/OM: Steve Lashley

PD: Thurston Clary

Top Five

Morgan Wallen w/Eric Church “Man Made A Bar”

Sam Hunt “Outskirts”

Tyler Hubbard “Back Then Right Now”

Jordan Davis “Tucson Too Late”

Scotty McCreery “Cab In A Solo”

No Adds

WMEV-FM/Marion, VA

GM/OM: Jim Mabe

PD: Lynn Rutledge

MD: Roger Bouldin

Top Five

Hammond Brothers “You Know And I Know”

Chris Chitsey “Life Is Hard, Whiskey Is Easy”

Eileen Carey “Every Day”

Tyler Hubbard “Back Then Right Now”

Scotty McCreery “Cab In A Solo”

No Adds

WNKX-FM/Centerville, TN

GM/OM: Will Numley

PD: Erica Johnston

MD: Sheila Vest

Top Five

Lainey Wilson “Heart Like A Truck”

Rob Georg “Radio Cowboy”

Tommy Charles “Last Country Bar”

Scotty McCreery “It Matters To Her”

Morgan Wallen “Last Night”

No Adds

WOCO-AM/Oconto, WI

PD: Larry Kaszynski

Top Five

Carrie Underwood “Out Of That Truck”

Rob Georg “Won For Y’all”

Parker McCollum “Burn It Down”

Jackson Dean “Fearless”

Sam Hunt “Outskirts”

No Adds

WTUC-FM/Toccoa, GA

PD: Jackson Harris

Top Five

Rose Knight “Fly”

Rebel Hearts “Little Cards And Letters”

James Younger “I’m Leaving The Past Behind”

Mike Watkins “Freedom Never Dies”

Robert Eskridge “Better Way”

Adds

Robert Eskridge “Better Way” (20)

Rob Georg “Climb This Mountain” (20)

James Younger “I’m Leaving The Past Behind” (20)

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COUNTRY

WESTERN REGION

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS CUME AVG ADD

7 1 SCOTTY MCCREERY — Cab In A Solo (Triple Tigers/Sony) 99 0 99 99 1 99.5

11 2 BAILEY ZIMMERMAN — Where It Ends (Warner Music Nashville/WMG) 99 0 99 99 1 99.5

10 3 JORDAN DAVIS — Tucson Too Late (MCA Nashville) 99 0 99 99 1 99.5

8 4 JELLY ROLL — Halfway To Hell (Stoney Creek/BMG) 99 0 99 99 1 99.5

9 5 CHRIS YOUNG — Young Love & Saturday Nights (RCA/SME) 99 0 99 98 1 99.5

1 6 ASHLEY COOKE — Your Place (Back Blocks Music/Big Loud/BMLG) 99 0 99 99 1 99.5

13 7 BRYAN MARTIN — We Ride (Average Joes Entertainment) 99 0 99 98 1 99.5

6 8 CHASE MATTHEW — Love You Again (WMG) 99 0 99 98 1 99.5

2 9 JASON ALDEAN — Let Your Boys Be Country (Broken Bow/BMG) 99 0 99 96 1 99.5

4 10 TYLER HUBBARD — Back Then Right Now (EMI Nashville) 99 0 99 99 1 99.5

14 11 TIM MCGRAW — One Bad Habit (Big Machine/UMG) 99 +2 97 94 1 99.5

12 12 KENNY CHESNEY — Take Her Home (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 99 0 99 99 1 99.5

15 13 KEITH URBAN — Messed Up As Me (Hit Red/UMG) 98 +2 96 93 1 98.5

17 14 CARLY PEARCE W/CHRIS STAPLETON — We Don’t Fight Anymore (Big Machine/UMG) 97 +2 95 99 1 97.5

18 15 ZACH TOP — Sounds Like The Radio (Leo33) 96 +1 95 91 1 96.5

16 16 OLD DOMINION W/MEGAN MORONEY — Can’t Break Up Now (Columbia Nashville/SME) 96 +1 95 98 1 96.5

— 17 DREW BALDRIDGE — She’s Somebody’s Daughter (Lyric Ridge) 95 NEW 94 88 1 95.5

5 18 LAINEY WILSON — Wildflowers And Wild Horses (Broken Bow/BMG) 95 -4 99 99 1 95.5

19 19 PARMALEE — Gonna Love You (Stoney Creek/BMG) 95 +2 93 88 1 95.5

20 20 DUSTIN LYNCH W/JELLY ROLL — Chevrolet (Broken Bow/BMG) 95 +2 93 90 1 95.5

CENTRAL REGION

1 1 LAINEY WILSON — Wildflowers And Wild Horses (Broken Bow/BMG) 188 +5 183 182 5 38.1

2 2 JASON ALDEAN — Let Your Boys Be Country (Broken Bow/BMG) 166 0 166 144 4 42.0

3 3 TYLER HUBBARD — Back Then Right Now (EMI Nashville) 160 0 160 159 4 40.5

9 4 CARLY PEARCE W/CHRIS STAPLETON — We Don’t Fight Anymore (Big Machine/UMG) 150 +13 137 137 4 38.0

5 5 SCOTTY MCCREERY — Cab In A Solo (Triple Tigers/Sony) 148 0 148 147 4 37.5

7 6 ASHLEY COOKE — Your Place (Back Blocks Music/Big Loud/BMLG) 143 +2 141 136 5 29.1

8 7 JELLY ROLL — Halfway To Hell (Stoney Creek/BMG) 141 0 141 128 4 35.7

10 8 JACKSON DEAN — Fearless (Big Machine/UMG) 135 0 135 134 3 45.5

12 9 TIM MCGRAW — One Bad Habit (Big Machine/UMG) 134 +2 132 131 5 27.3

13 10 HAMMOND BROTHERS — You Know And I Know (Dynasty) 132 0 132 130 3 44.5

15 11 JORDAN DAVIS — Tucson Too Late (MCA Nashville) 131 0 131 131 3 44.1

16 12 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 124 0 124 110 3 41.8

17 13 OLD DOMINION W/MEGAN MORONEY — Can’t Break Up Now (Columbia Nashville/SME) 122 +2 120 103 4 31.0

6 14 GARTH BROOKS & RONNIE DUNN — Rodeo Man (Big Machine/UMG) 118 -24 142 124 3 39.8

18 15 CHRIS CHITSEY — Life Is Hard, Whiskey Is Easy (Clinetel) 118 0 118 116 3 39.8

19 16 BAILEY ZIMMERMAN — Where It Ends (Warner Music Nashville/WMG) 111 0 111 137 2 56.0

— 17 CHRIS YOUNG — Young Love & Saturday Nights (RCA/SME) 108 NEW 75 62 3 36.5

20 18 NATE SMITH — Bulletproof (Arista Nashville/SME) 104 +2 102 69 4 26.5

4 19 KENNY CHESNEY — Take Her Home (Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville) 92 -60 152 147 3 31.1

— 20 DUSTIN LYNCH W/JELLY ROLL — Chevrolet (Broken Bow/BMG) 91 NEW 72 61 5 18.7 1

EASTERN REGION

1 1 SAM HUNT — Outskirts (MCA Nashville) 83 0 83 35 2 42.0

2 2 TYLER HUBBARD — Back Then Right Now (EMI Nashville) 79 0 79 35 2 40.0

3 3 SCOTTY MCCREERY — Cab In A Solo (Triple Tigers/Sony) 77 0 77 25 2 39.0

4 4 JACKSON DEAN — Fearless (Big Machine/UMG) 72 0 72 35 2 36.5

5 5 LAINEY WILSON — Wildflowers And Wild Horses (Broken Bow/BMG) 65 0 65 20 2 33.0

6 6 BAILEY ZIMMERMAN — Where It Ends (Warner Music Nashville/WMG) 63 0 63 25 2 32.0

7 7 CARLY PEARCE W/CHRIS STAPLETON — We Don’t Fight Anymore (Big Machine/UMG) 59 0 59 25 2 30.0

8 8 JASON ALDEAN — Let Your Boys Be Country (Broken Bow/BMG) 58 0 58 25 2 29.5

9 9 MEGAN MORONEY — I’m Not Pretty (Arista Nashville/SME) 56 0 56 25 2 28.5

11 10 OLD DOMINION W/MEGAN MORONEY — Can’t Break Up Now (Columbia Nashville/SME) 54 0 54 25 2 27.5

12 11 CHRIS YOUNG — Young Love & Saturday Nights (RCA/SME) 53 0 53 25 2 27.0

13 12 BRYAN MARTIN — We Ride (Average Joes Entertainment) 52 0 52 20 2 26.5

14 13 JELLY ROLL — Halfway To Hell (Stoney Creek/BMG) 51 0 51 10 2 26.0

15 14 CHASE MATTHEW — Love You Again (WMG) 51 0 51 20 2 26.0

16 15 ASHLEY COOKE — Your Place (Back Blocks Music/Big Loud/BMLG) 50 0 50 15 2 25.5

17 16 CHRIS CHITSEY — Life Is Hard, Whiskey Is Easy (Clinetel) 49 0 49 49 2 25.0

18 17 HAMMOND BROTHERS — You Know And I Know (Dynasty) 49 0 49 39 2 25.0

19 18 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 49 0 49 49 2 25.0

20 19 JON PARDI & LUKE BRYAN — Cowboys And Plowboys (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 49 0 49 20 2 25.0

5 20 MORGAN WALLEN W/ERIC CHURCH — Man Made A Bar (Big Loud) 49 0 49 20 1 49.5

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HOT 100

A compilation of research data from Top40, Adult Contempoary, and Hot AC radio.

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL TWS TRND LWS 3WS AVG CUME ADD WK

2 1 TEDDY SWIMS — Lose Control (WMG) 2677 -21 2698 2673 64.2 42 39

1 2 BENSON BOONE — Beautiful Things (Night Street/Warner) 2625 -114 2739 2693 67.8 39 13

4 3 NOAH KAHAN — Stick Season (Mercury/Republic/UMG) 2611 +73 2538 2445 65.7 40 20

6 4 SABRINA CARPENTER — Feather (Island/UMG) 2262 +22 2240 2243 67.0 34 27

3 5 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE — Selfish (RCA/SME) 2249 -364 2613 2767 56.7 40 13

5 6 BEYONCE — Texas Hold ‘Em (Columbia/SME) 2114 -189 2303 2269 66.5 32 10

9 7 ARIANA GRANDE — We Can’t Be Friends (Republic/UMG) 1919 +85 1834 1698 64.4 30 8

8 8 JACK HARLOW — Lovin On Me (Generation Now/Atlantic) 1820 -76 1896 1944 61.1 30 24

19 9 SZA — Saturn (Top Dawg Entertainment/RCA) 1818 +489 1329 1282 65.4 28 8

10 10 CABELA & SCHMITT — All Alone (C&S Music) 1779 -26 1805 1796 59.8 30 17

12 11 OLIVIA RODRIGO — Obsessed (Geffen) 1778 +188 1590 1525 56.0 32 1 6

11 12 EILEEN CAREY — Every Day (RolleyCstr Music) 1639 +14 1625 1597 63.5 26 17

7 13 TYLA — Water (FAX/Epic/SME) 1551 -538 2089 2379 48.9 32 29

13 14 RENEE RAPP W/MEGAN THEE STALLION — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 1545 +24 1521 1603 52.0 30 18

16 15 JELLY ROLL W/LAINEY WILSON — Save Me (Stoney Creek/BMG) 1480 +18 1462 1443 57.4 26 49

22 16 DJO — End Of Beginning (Djo Music) 1453 +234 1219 1108 47.3 31 7

18 17 KNOX — Not The 1975 (Atlantic) 1417 +8 1409 1408 55.0 26 19

14 18 DOJA CAT — Agora Hills (Kemosabe/RCA) 1395 -93 1488 1489 70.2 20 31

25 19 HOZIER — Too Sweet (Columbia/SME) 1349 +249 1100 848 44.0 31 2 4

28 20 NICKI MINAJ W/LIL UZI VERT — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 1334 +358 976 962 48.1 28 5 19

53 21 TAYLOR SWIFT W/POST MALONE — Fortnight (Taylor Swift/UMG) 1311 +905 406 0 42.7 31 17 1

21 22 TATE MCRAE — Greedy (RCA/SME) 1239 -17 1256 1256 56.8 22 32

24 23 JESSIE MURPH & JELLY ROLL — Wild Ones (Columbia/SME) 1214 +81 1133 1106 39.6 31 4 9

37 24 DUA LIPA — Illusion (Warner/WMG) 1129 +508 621 281 45.6 25 6 3

23 25 ARIANA GRANDE — Yes, And? (Republic/UMG) 1106 -47 1153 1045 65.5 17 15

20 26 SELENA GOMEZ — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 1095 -205 1300 1480 41.0 27 9

26 27 VICTORIA MONET — On My Mama (RCA/SME) 1049 -45 1094 1122 48.1 22 29

27 28 FLEEKA — Low Low (Ind) 1035 +36 999 965 49.7 21 14

17 29 DUA LIPA — Training Season (Warner/WMG) 1026 -423 1449 1685 31.5 33 9

30 30 MEGHAN TRAINOR & T PAIN — Been Like This (Epic/SME) 970 +99 871 797 36.4 27 2 7

31 31 DPB — Undefeated 3.0 (MTS) 949 +83 866 841 56.3 17 2 15

29 32 VALENTINA CHERICO — Dance Until The Sunrise (RMG) 948 +67 881 799 59.7 16 13

60 33 SABRINA CARPENTER

— Espresso (Island/UMG) 917 +572 345 135 34.4 27 8 2

32 34 BEYONCE & MILEY CYRUS — II Most Wanted (Parkwood/Columbia) 907 +111 796 709 36.7 25 1 4

33 35 HENRY VARGAS W/MELISSA BONILLA — Pluto (Tazmania) 892 +121 771 683 56.2 16 10

43 36 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE — No Angels (RCA/SME) 736 +176 560 300 31.1 24 7 7

35 37 MICHAEL DAMIAN — Wild Irish Heart (Weir Brothers/Virgin) 728 +49 679 628 49.0 15 6

34 38 GWEN STEFANI & BLAKE SHELTON — Purple Irises (WMG) 707 +10 697 677 59.4 12 11

36 39 JOHN JURNEY — Nine Days (Most Likely Music) 683 +23 660 581 36.4 19 12

41 40 BILL ABERNATHY — More (MTS) 639 +51 588 528 40.4 16 9

39 41 MADISON BEER

— Make You Mine (Epic/SME) 638 +41 597 591 29.5 22 8

42 42 DASHA — Austin (Version III) 616 +53 563 467 44.5 14 8

38 43 SHINEDOWN — A Symptom Of Being Human (3EE/Atlantic) 606 +2 604 584 29.3 21 62

44 44 PHILLIP PHILLIPS — Love Like That (Phil Phil Music) 568 +13 555 538 71.5 8 14

47 45 WEEKND, JENNIE & LILY ROSE DEPP — One Of The Girls (Republic/UMG) 562 +79 483 456 31.7 18 4 10

45 46 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS & MIRANDA LAMBERT — Space In My Heart (Sony) 560 +14 546 525 70.5 8 1 9

49 47 IMAGINE DRAGONS — Eyes Closed (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope) 556 +118 438 349 46.8 12 2 3

46 48 BON JOVI — Legendary (Captain Kidd/Island/UMG) 533 +44 489 467 67.1 8 7

54 49 FELICITY ESTELLE — Pity (JoyStar) 477 +79 398 295 32.3 15 5

50 50 CHARLOTTE CARDIN — Confetti (Atlantic) 458 +23 435 381 76.8 6 8

52 51 LENNY KRAVITZ — Human (Roxie/BMG) 443 +27 416 358 55.8 8 6

56 52 TEDDY SWIMS — The Door (WMG) 437 +52 385 313 62.9 7 9

67 53 BENSON BOONE — Slow It Down (Night Street/Warner) 436 +196 240 0 31.6 14 10 2

55 54 21 SAVAGE — Redrum (Epic/SME) 422 +24 398 372 25.3 17 11

58 55 WYN STARKS — Run (Sidewalk/Curb) 418 +53 365 330 60.2 7 16

51 56 CASWELL & THE PEEL N’ EATS — Coconut Kevin (Beyond Yacht) 395 -40 435 415 56.9 7 18

59 57 REAVEN — Never Let Me Go (Generic) 389 +32 357 316 32.9 12 8

62 58 DAN CALL — Drug Like You (Toucan Cove Entertainment) 382 +46 336 285 64.1 6 8

63 59 KOBRA PAIGE — Thank You (Pasadena) 380 +50 330 313 63.8 6 1 8

66 60 BEACHES — Blame Brett (Beaches) 319 +62 257 252 25.0 13 30

86 61 DOJA CAT — Okloser (Kemosabe/RCA) 313 +191 122 0 20.0 16 13 2

84 62 TAYLOR SWIFT W/FLORENCE & THE MACHINE — Florida (Taylor Swift/UMG) 312 +183 129 0 39.5 8 2 2

57 63 USHER — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 311 -63 374 366 28.7 11 8

78 64 GOOD NEIGHBOURS — Home (Some Action) 299 +132 167 165 33.7 9 1 9

65 65 CAT JANICE — Dance You Outta My Head (Cat Janice) 283 +3 280 275 47.6 6 10

71 66 BRANDIWYNE — Victim (Big) 251 +49 202 162 21.4 12 4

85 67 PRETTY POISON W/KLUBJUMPERS — Nighttime (Don Juan Entertainment) 229 +107 122 0 21.3 11 2 2

83 68 RAY GUELL — My Arms Keep Missing You (Sir Ray Music) 224 +79 145 0 20.8 11 3

70 69 SHIPS HAVE SAILED W/ABBY POSNER

— Get Loud (Ships Have Sailed) 213 +6 207 190 53.7 4 10

72 70 ALEX WARREN — Before You Leave Me (Atlantic) 211 +11 200 191 70.8 3 6

74 71 TAYLOR SWIFT — The Tortured Poets Department (Taylor Swift/UMG) 210 +33 177 0 53.0 4 1 2

73 72 MUNI LONG — Made For Me (Supergiant/Def Jam/UMG) 196 +4 192 187 22.2 9 11

75 73 JAGWAR TWIN — Bad Feeling (Big Loud) 186 +13 173 174 23.7 8 6

76 74 BRYAN HAWN — Too Soon (Bryan Hawn Music) 183 +16 167 111 13.5 14 3

81 75 KELLY CLARKSON — Down To You (Atlantic) 167 +17 150 145 56.1 3 5

69 76 GIRL IN RED — Too Much (Columbia/SME) 167 -51 218 213 42.2 4 7

80 77 TANIA DOKO — Harder Now (The Ted Co.) 155 +3 152 148 52.1 3 19

77 78 MICHAEL SANZONE — Home (Michael Sanzone) 155 -12 167 150 52.1 3 6

— 79 JAMES YOUNGER — I’m Leaving The Past Behind (Hologram) 150 NEW 0 0 30.5 5 4 1

— 80 TAYLOR SWIFT — Down Bad (Taylor Swift/UMG) 140 NEW 0 0 47.1 3 1 2

95 81 TAYLOR SWIFT — I Can Do It With A Broken Heart (Taylor Swift/UMG) 140 +30 110 0 47.1 3 2

— 82 TAYLOR SWIFT — My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys (Taylor Swift/UMG) 137 NEW 0 0 27.9 5 2 1

— 83 DAVID GUETTA & ONEREPUBLIC — I Don’t Wanna Wait (Warner/WMG) 134 NEW 0 0 67.5 2 2 1

97 84 ARTEMAS — I Like The Way You Kiss Me (Artemas) 134 +24 110 0 22.8 6 2

87 85 GLASS ANIMALS — Creatures In Heaven (Polydor/UMG) 128 +8 120 0 26.1 5 3

96 86 TAYLOR SWIFT — But Daddy I Love Him (Taylor Swift/UMG) 125 +15 110 0 42.1 3 2

88 87 ALEX WELLKERS — Amy (SMST) 123 +3 120 115 41.5 3 9

89 88 TEDDY SWIMS — Some Things I’ll Never Know (WMG) 120 0 120 120 60.5 2 31

— 89 CHAPPELL ROAN — Good Luck, Babe! (Island/UMG) 118 NEW 0 0 20.1 6 6 1

92 90 DANIEL ALLAN W/LYRAH — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 0 118 118 59.5 2 5

94 91 DAVID J — After We Broken Up (Sony) 116 +3 113 113 58.5 2 15

93 92 MORGAN PAGE — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 0 114 114 57.5 2 10

— 93 NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK — Kids (BMG) 112 NEW 0 111 37.8 3 2 8

— 94 SUM 41 — Landmines (BMG) 111 NEW 0 0 56.0 2 29

— 95 HAYES WARNER W/BILLY B & KEVIN RUDOLF — Just A Girl (Hayes Warner Music) 110 NEW 0 0 37.1 3 5

99 96 TIESTO/FAST BOY — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 0 110 110 55.5 2 5

98 97 SARAH REEVES — Get Back Your Fight (Curb) 110 0 110 110 37.1 3 42

90 98 SIA & KYLIE MINOGUE — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 -10 120 130 37.1 3 11

100 99 JUSTIN MYLO & KAREN HARDING — Rescue (STMPD) 108 0 108 108 54.5 2 10

— 100 Z3LLA — Why Should I (Lobel Music Group) 106 NEW 0 106 53.5 2 4

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— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

— 1 Selena Gomez — Love On (Interscope/UMG) 494 578 14

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

4 2 Dua Lipa — Houdini (Warner/WMG) 263 264 8

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

2 3 Taylor Swift — Is It Over Now (Taylor’s Version) (Taylor Swift/UMG) 208 330 7

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

— 4 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 207 251 8

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

5 5 Usher — Kissing Strangers (Mega/Gamma) 177 257 4

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

7 6 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 169 178 6

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

8 7 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 150 168 4

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

6 8 Miley Cyrus — Flowers (Columbia/SME) 141 209 3

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

12 9 Sophie Ellis Bextor — Murder On The Dancefloor (Polydor/UMG) 135 147 5

14 10 Daniel Allan w/Lyrah — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 118 2

14 10 Daniel Allan w/Lyrah — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 118 2

14 10 Daniel Allan w/Lyrah — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 118 2

14 10 Daniel Allan w/Lyrah — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 118 2

14 10 Daniel Allan w/Lyrah — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 118 2

14 10 Daniel Allan w/Lyrah — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 118 2

14 10 Daniel Allan w/Lyrah — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 118 2

14 10 Daniel Allan w/Lyrah — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 118 2

14 10 Daniel Allan w/Lyrah — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 118 2

14 10 Daniel Allan w/Lyrah — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 118 2

14 10 Daniel Allan w/Lyrah — I Just Need (Family Affair) 118 118 2

15 11 Diplo & Maren Morris — 42 (Columbia/SME) 116 116 2

15 11 Diplo & Maren Morris — 42 (Columbia/SME) 116 116 2

15 11 Diplo & Maren Morris — 42 (Columbia/SME) 116 116 2

15 11 Diplo & Maren Morris — 42 (Columbia/SME) 116 116 2

15 11 Diplo & Maren Morris — 42 (Columbia/SME) 116 116 2

15 11 Diplo & Maren Morris — 42 (Columbia/SME) 116 116 2

15 11 Diplo & Maren Morris — 42 (Columbia/SME) 116 116 2

15 11 Diplo & Maren Morris — 42 (Columbia/SME) 116 116 2

15 11 Diplo & Maren Morris — 42 (Columbia/SME) 116 116 2

15 11 Diplo & Maren Morris — 42 (Columbia/SME) 116 116 2

15 11 Diplo & Maren Morris — 42 (Columbia/SME) 116 116 2

9 12 Billie Eilish — What Was I Made For (Darkroom/UMG) 115 165 3

9 12 Billie Eilish — What Was I Made For (Darkroom/UMG) 115 165 3

9 12 Billie Eilish — What Was I Made For (Darkroom/UMG) 115 165 3

9 12 Billie Eilish — What Was I Made For (Darkroom/UMG) 115 165 3

9 12 Billie Eilish — What Was I Made For (Darkroom/UMG) 115 165 3

9 12 Billie Eilish — What Was I Made For (Darkroom/UMG) 115 165 3

9 12 Billie Eilish — What Was I Made For (Darkroom/UMG) 115 165 3

9 12 Billie Eilish — What Was I Made For (Darkroom/UMG) 115 165 3

9 12 Billie Eilish — What Was I Made For (Darkroom/UMG) 115 165 3

9 12 Billie Eilish — What Was I Made For (Darkroom/UMG) 115 165 3

9 12 Billie Eilish — What Was I Made For (Darkroom/UMG) 115 165 3

17 13 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 114 114 4

17 13 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 114 114 4

17 13 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 114 114 4

17 13 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 114 114 4

17 13 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 114 114 4

17 13 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 114 114 4

17 13 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 114 114 4

17 13 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 114 114 4

17 13 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 114 114 4

17 13 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 114 114 4

17 13 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 114 114 4

16 14 Morgan Page — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 114 2

16 14 Morgan Page — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 114 2

16 14 Morgan Page — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 114 2

16 14 Morgan Page — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 114 2

16 14 Morgan Page — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 114 2

16 14 Morgan Page — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 114 2

16 14 Morgan Page — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 114 2

16 14 Morgan Page — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 114 2

16 14 Morgan Page — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 114 2

16 14 Morgan Page — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 114 2

16 14 Morgan Page — Anyone (Spinnin’/WMG) 114 114 2

19 15 Tiesto/Fast Boy — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 110 2

19 15 Tiesto/Fast Boy — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 110 2

19 15 Tiesto/Fast Boy — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 110 2

19 15 Tiesto/Fast Boy — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 110 2

19 15 Tiesto/Fast Boy — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 110 2

19 15 Tiesto/Fast Boy — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 110 2

19 15 Tiesto/Fast Boy — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 110 2

19 15 Tiesto/Fast Boy — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 110 2

19 15 Tiesto/Fast Boy — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 110 2

19 15 Tiesto/Fast Boy — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 110 2

19 15 Tiesto/Fast Boy — All My Life (Musical Freedom/Spinnin’/WMG) 110 110 2

13 16 Sia & Kylie Minogue — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 120 3

13 16 Sia & Kylie Minogue — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 120 3

13 16 Sia & Kylie Minogue — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 120 3

13 16 Sia & Kylie Minogue — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 120 3

13 16 Sia & Kylie Minogue — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 120 3

13 16 Sia & Kylie Minogue — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 120 3

13 16 Sia & Kylie Minogue — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 120 3

13 16 Sia & Kylie Minogue — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 120 3

13 16 Sia & Kylie Minogue — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 120 3

13 16 Sia & Kylie Minogue — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 120 3

13 16 Sia & Kylie Minogue — Dance Alone (Atlantic) 110 120 3

20 17 Justin Mylo & Karen Harding — Rescue (STMPD) 108 108 2

20 17 Justin Mylo & Karen Harding — Rescue (STMPD) 108 108 2

20 17 Justin Mylo & Karen Harding — Rescue (STMPD) 108 108 2

20 17 Justin Mylo & Karen Harding — Rescue (STMPD) 108 108 2

20 17 Justin Mylo & Karen Harding — Rescue (STMPD) 108 108 2

20 17 Justin Mylo & Karen Harding — Rescue (STMPD) 108 108 2

20 17 Justin Mylo & Karen Harding — Rescue (STMPD) 108 108 2

20 17 Justin Mylo & Karen Harding — Rescue (STMPD) 108 108 2

20 17 Justin Mylo & Karen Harding — Rescue (STMPD) 108 108 2

20 17 Justin Mylo & Karen Harding — Rescue (STMPD) 108 108 2

21 18 Z3LLA — Why Should I (Lobel Music Group) 106 106 2

21 18 Z3LLA — Why Should I (Lobel Music Group) 106 106 2

21 18 Z3LLA — Why Should I (Lobel Music Group) 106 106 2

21 18 Z3LLA — Why Should I (Lobel Music Group) 106 106 2

21 18 Z3LLA — Why Should I (Lobel Music Group) 106 106 2

21 18 Z3LLA — Why Should I (Lobel Music Group) 106 106 2

21 18 Z3LLA — Why Should I (Lobel Music Group) 106 106 2

21 18 Z3LLA — Why Should I (Lobel Music Group) 106 106 2

21 18 Z3LLA — Why Should I (Lobel Music Group) 106 106 2

21 18 Z3LLA — Why Should I (Lobel Music Group) 106 106 2

18 19 Lawrence — 23 (Beautiful Mind/Lakeside) 104 113 5

18 19 Lawrence — 23 (Beautiful Mind/Lakeside) 104 113 5

18 19 Lawrence — 23 (Beautiful Mind/Lakeside) 104 113 5

18 19 Lawrence — 23 (Beautiful Mind/Lakeside) 104 113 5

18 19 Lawrence — 23 (Beautiful Mind/Lakeside) 104 113 5

18 19 Lawrence — 23 (Beautiful Mind/Lakeside) 104 113 5

18 19 Lawrence — 23 (Beautiful Mind/Lakeside) 104 113 5

18 19 Lawrence — 23 (Beautiful Mind/Lakeside) 104 113 5

22 20 Disco Lines x J. Worra x Anabel Englund — Cutting Loose (Ultra/SME) 100 100 2

22 20 Disco Lines x J. Worra x Anabel Englund — Cutting Loose (Ultra/SME) 100 100 2

22 20 Disco Lines x J. Worra x Anabel Englund — Cutting Loose (Ultra/SME) 100 100 2

22 20 Disco Lines x J. Worra x Anabel Englund — Cutting Loose (Ultra/SME) 100 100 2

22 20 Disco Lines x J. Worra x Anabel Englund — Cutting Loose (Ultra/SME) 100 100 2

22 20 Disco Lines x J. Worra x Anabel Englund — Cutting Loose (Ultra/SME) 100 100 2

22 20 Disco Lines x J. Worra x Anabel Englund — Cutting Loose (Ultra/SME) 100 100 2

22 20 Disco Lines x J. Worra x Anabel Englund — Cutting Loose (Ultra/SME) 100 100 2

23 21 Rema & Selena Gomez — Calm Down (Mavin/Jonzing/Interscope) 100 100 2

23 21 Rema & Selena Gomez — Calm Down (Mavin/Jonzing/Interscope) 100 100 2

23 21 Rema & Selena Gomez — Calm Down (Mavin/Jonzing/Interscope) 100 100 2

23 21 Rema & Selena Gomez — Calm Down (Mavin/Jonzing/Interscope) 100 100 2

23 21 Rema & Selena Gomez — Calm Down (Mavin/Jonzing/Interscope) 100 100 2

23 21 Rema & Selena Gomez — Calm Down (Mavin/Jonzing/Interscope) 100 100 2

24 22 Gryffin & Rita Ora — Last Of Us (Gryffin) 98 98 2

24 22 Gryffin & Rita Ora — Last Of Us (Gryffin) 98 98 2

24 22 Gryffin & Rita Ora — Last Of Us (Gryffin) 98 98 2

24 22 Gryffin & Rita Ora — Last Of Us (Gryffin) 98 98 2

24 22 Gryffin & Rita Ora — Last Of Us (Gryffin) 98 98 2

24 22 Gryffin & Rita Ora — Last Of Us (Gryffin) 98 98 2

25 23 Morgin Madison & Ryan Lucian & Jas — Tell Me Who You Are (Enhanced) 98 98 2

25 23 Morgin Madison & Ryan Lucian & Jas — Tell Me Who You Are (Enhanced) 98 98 2

25 23 Morgin Madison & Ryan Lucian & Jas — Tell Me Who You Are (Enhanced) 98 98 2

25 23 Morgin Madison & Ryan Lucian & Jas — Tell Me Who You Are (Enhanced) 98 98 2

25 23 Morgin Madison & Ryan Lucian & Jas — Tell Me Who You Are (Enhanced) 98 98 2

25 23 Morgin Madison & Ryan Lucian & Jas — Tell Me Who You Are (Enhanced) 98 98 2

26 24 Becky Hill & Sonny Fodera — Never Be Alone (Universal/UMG) 96 96 2

26 24 Becky Hill & Sonny Fodera — Never Be Alone (Universal/UMG) 96 96 2

26 24 Becky Hill & Sonny Fodera — Never Be Alone (Universal/UMG) 96 96 2

26 24 Becky Hill & Sonny Fodera — Never Be Alone (Universal/UMG) 96 96 2

26 24 Becky Hill & Sonny Fodera — Never Be Alone (Universal/UMG) 96 96 2

26 24 Becky Hill & Sonny Fodera — Never Be Alone (Universal/UMG) 96 96 2

27 25 Loud Luxury w/Charlieonnafriday — Young Foolish (Armada Music) 96 96 2

27 25 Loud Luxury w/Charlieonnafriday — Young Foolish (Armada Music) 96 96 2

27 25 Loud Luxury w/Charlieonnafriday — Young Foolish (Armada Music) 96 96 2

27 25 Loud Luxury w/Charlieonnafriday — Young Foolish (Armada Music) 96 96 2

27 25 Loud Luxury w/Charlieonnafriday — Young Foolish (Armada Music) 96 96 2

27 25 Loud Luxury w/Charlieonnafriday — Young Foolish (Armada Music) 96 96 2

— 1 Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 546 585 10

— 1 Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 546 585 10

— 1 Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 546 585 10

— 1 Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 546 585 10

— 1 Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 546 585 10

— 1 Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 546 585 10

— 1 Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 546 585 10

— 1 Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 546 585 10

— 1 Renee Rapp w/Megan Thee Stallion — Not My Fault (Interscope/UMG) 546 585 10

1 2 Victoria Monet — On My Mama (RCA/SME) 314 355 6

1 2 Victoria Monet — On My Mama (RCA/SME) 314 355 6

1 2 Victoria Monet — On My Mama (RCA/SME) 314 355 6

1 2 Victoria Monet — On My Mama (RCA/SME) 314 355 6

1 2 Victoria Monet — On My Mama (RCA/SME) 314 355 6

1 2 Victoria Monet — On My Mama (RCA/SME) 314 355 6

1 2 Victoria Monet — On My Mama (RCA/SME) 314 355 6

1 2 Victoria Monet — On My Mama (RCA/SME) 314 355 6

1 2 Victoria Monet — On My Mama (RCA/SME) 314 355 6

— 3 Dua Lipa — Training Season (Warner/WMG) 273 615 8

— 3 Dua Lipa — Training Season (Warner/WMG) 273 615 8

— 3 Dua Lipa — Training Season (Warner/WMG) 273 615 8

— 3 Dua Lipa — Training Season (Warner/WMG) 273 615 8

— 3 Dua Lipa — Training Season (Warner/WMG) 273 615 8

— 3 Dua Lipa — Training Season (Warner/WMG) 273 615 8

— 3 Dua Lipa — Training Season (Warner/WMG) 273 615 8

— 3 Dua Lipa — Training Season (Warner/WMG) 273 615 8

— 3 Dua Lipa — Training Season (Warner/WMG) 273 615 8

29 4 Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 260 84 7

29 4 Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 260 84 7

29 4 Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 260 84 7

29 4 Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 260 84 7

29 4 Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 260 84 7

29 4 Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 260 84 7

29 4 Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 260 84 7

29 4 Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 260 84 7

29 4 Nicki Minaj w/Lil Uzi Vert — Everybody (Republic/UMG) 260 84 7

— 5 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 187 73 7

— 5 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 187 73 7

— 5 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 187 73 7

— 5 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 187 73 7

— 5 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 187 73 7

— 5 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 187 73 7

— 5 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 187 73 7

— 5 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 187 73 7

— 5 Smith — Run (Surf Candy/Hitmaker Music Group) 187 73 7

3 6 Knox — Girl On The Internet (Barbershop/Atlantic) 176 176 4

3 6 Knox — Girl On The Internet (Barbershop/Atlantic) 176 176 4

3 6 Knox — Girl On The Internet (Barbershop/Atlantic) 176 176 4

3 6 Knox — Girl On The Internet (Barbershop/Atlantic) 176 176 4

3 6 Knox — Girl On The Internet (Barbershop/Atlantic) 176 176 4

3 6 Knox — Girl On The Internet (Barbershop/Atlantic) 176 176 4

3 6 Knox — Girl On The Internet (Barbershop/Atlantic) 176 176 4

3 6 Knox — Girl On The Internet (Barbershop/Atlantic) 176 176 4

3 6 Knox — Girl On The Internet (Barbershop/Atlantic) 176 176 4

— 7 Girl In Red — Too Much (Columbia/SME) 167 218 3

— 7 Girl In Red — Too Much (Columbia/SME) 167 218 3

— 7 Girl In Red — Too Much (Columbia/SME) 167 218 3

— 7 Girl In Red — Too Much (Columbia/SME) 167 218 3

— 7 Girl In Red — Too Much (Columbia/SME) 167 218 3

— 7 Girl In Red — Too Much (Columbia/SME) 167 218 3

— 7 Girl In Red — Too Much (Columbia/SME) 167 218 3

— 7 Girl In Red — Too Much (Columbia/SME) 167 218 3

— 7 Girl In Red — Too Much (Columbia/SME) 167 218 3

— 8 Rob Georg — Won For Y’all (Coast) 163 456 4

— 8 Rob Georg — Won For Y’all (Coast) 163 456 4

— 8 Rob Georg — Won For Y’all (Coast) 163 456 4

— 8 Rob Georg — Won For Y’all (Coast) 163 456 4

— 8 Rob Georg — Won For Y’all (Coast) 163 456 4

— 8 Rob Georg — Won For Y’all (Coast) 163 456 4

— 8 Rob Georg — Won For Y’all (Coast) 163 456 4

— 8 Rob Georg — Won For Y’all (Coast) 163 456 4

— 8 Rob Georg — Won For Y’all (Coast) 163 456 4

6 9 Tate McRae — Greedy (RCA/SME) 160 165 2

6 9 Tate McRae — Greedy (RCA/SME) 160 165 2

6 9 Tate McRae — Greedy (RCA/SME) 160 165 2

6 9 Tate McRae — Greedy (RCA/SME) 160 165 2

6 9 Tate McRae — Greedy (RCA/SME) 160 165 2

6 9 Tate McRae — Greedy (RCA/SME) 160 165 2

6 9 Tate McRae — Greedy (RCA/SME) 160 165 2

6 9 Tate McRae — Greedy (RCA/SME) 160 165 2

6 9 Tate McRae — Greedy (RCA/SME) 160 165 2

— 10 Sasha Anne — Looking For Fun (Tazmania) 154 154 3

— 10 Sasha Anne — Looking For Fun (Tazmania) 154 154 3

— 10 Sasha Anne — Looking For Fun (Tazmania) 154 154 3

— 10 Sasha Anne — Looking For Fun (Tazmania) 154 154 3

— 10 Sasha Anne — Looking For Fun (Tazmania) 154 154 3

— 10 Sasha Anne — Looking For Fun (Tazmania) 154 154 3

— 10 Sasha Anne — Looking For Fun (Tazmania) 154 154 3

— 10 Sasha Anne — Looking For Fun (Tazmania) 154 154 3

— 10 Sasha Anne — Looking For Fun (Tazmania) 154 154 3

10 11 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 144 144 3

10 11 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 144 144 3

10 11 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 144 144 3

10 11 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 144 144 3

10 11 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 144 144 3

10 11 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 144 144 3

10 11 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 144 144 3

10 11 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 144 144 3

10 11 Taylor Swift — Cruel Summer (Republic/UMG) 144 144 3

— 12 Tal Babitzky — Sisters & Brothers (Gray Zone) 144 196 5

— 12 Tal Babitzky — Sisters & Brothers (Gray Zone) 144 196 5

— 12 Tal Babitzky — Sisters & Brothers (Gray Zone) 144 196 5

— 12 Tal Babitzky — Sisters & Brothers (Gray Zone) 144 196 5

— 12 Tal Babitzky — Sisters & Brothers (Gray Zone) 144 196 5

— 12 Tal Babitzky — Sisters & Brothers (Gray Zone) 144 196 5

— 12 Tal Babitzky — Sisters & Brothers (Gray Zone) 144 196 5

— 12 Tal Babitzky — Sisters & Brothers (Gray Zone) 144 196 5

— 12 Tal Babitzky — Sisters & Brothers (Gray Zone) 144 196 5

— 13 Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger — Place In The Sun (Tazmania) 143 211 3

— 13 Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger — Place In The Sun (Tazmania) 143 211 3

— 13 Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger — Place In The Sun (Tazmania) 143 211 3

— 13 Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger — Place In The Sun (Tazmania) 143 211 3

— 13 Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger — Place In The Sun (Tazmania) 143 211 3

— 13 Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger — Place In The Sun (Tazmania) 143 211 3

— 13 Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger — Place In The Sun (Tazmania) 143 211 3

— 13 Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger — Place In The Sun (Tazmania) 143 211 3

— 13 Pretty Poison & Jade Starling w/Lee Dagger — Place In The Sun (Tazmania) 143 211 3

11 14 Zayn — Love Like This (UMG) 130 130 2

11 14 Zayn — Love Like This (UMG) 130 130 2

11 14 Zayn — Love Like This (UMG) 130 130 2

11 14 Zayn — Love Like This (UMG) 130 130 2

11 14 Zayn — Love Like This (UMG) 130 130 2

11 14 Zayn — Love Like This (UMG) 130 130 2

11 14 Zayn — Love Like This (UMG) 130 130 2

11 14 Zayn — Love Like This (UMG) 130 130 2

11 14 Zayn — Love Like This (UMG) 130 130 2

12 15 Billy Joel — Turn The Lights Back On (Columbia/SME) 127 127 5

12 15 Billy Joel — Turn The Lights Back On (Columbia/SME) 127 127 5

12 15 Billy Joel — Turn The Lights Back On (Columbia/SME) 127 127 5

12 15 Billy Joel — Turn The Lights Back On (Columbia/SME) 127 127 5

12 15 Billy Joel — Turn The Lights Back On (Columbia/SME) 127 127 5

12 15 Billy Joel — Turn The Lights Back On (Columbia/SME) 127 127 5

12 15 Billy Joel — Turn The Lights Back On (Columbia/SME) 127 127 5

12 15 Billy Joel — Turn The Lights Back On (Columbia/SME) 127 127 5

12 15 Billy Joel — Turn The Lights Back On (Columbia/SME) 127 127 5

2 16 Mitski — My Love Mine All Mine (Dead Oceans) 125 247 2

2 16 Mitski — My Love Mine All Mine (Dead Oceans) 125 247 2

2 16 Mitski — My Love Mine All Mine (Dead Oceans) 125 247 2

2 16 Mitski — My Love Mine All Mine (Dead Oceans) 125 247 2

2 16 Mitski — My Love Mine All Mine (Dead Oceans) 125 247 2

2 16 Mitski — My Love Mine All Mine (Dead Oceans) 125 247 2

2 16 Mitski — My Love Mine All Mine (Dead Oceans) 125 247 2

2 16 Mitski — My Love Mine All Mine (Dead Oceans) 125 247 2

13 17 Teddy Swims — Some Things I’ll Never Know (WMG) 120 120 2

13 17 Teddy Swims — Some Things I’ll Never Know (WMG) 120 120 2

13 17 Teddy Swims — Some Things I’ll Never Know (WMG) 120 120 2

13 17 Teddy Swims — Some Things I’ll Never Know (WMG) 120 120 2

13 17 Teddy Swims — Some Things I’ll Never Know (WMG) 120 120 2

13 17 Teddy Swims — Some Things I’ll Never Know (WMG) 120 120 2

13 17 Teddy Swims — Some Things I’ll Never Know (WMG) 120 120 2

13 17 Teddy Swims — Some Things I’ll Never Know (WMG) 120 120 2

14 18 David J — After We Broken Up (Sony) 116 113 2

14 18 David J — After We Broken Up (Sony) 116 113 2

14 18 David J — After We Broken Up (Sony) 116 113 2

14 18 David J — After We Broken Up (Sony) 116 113 2

14 18 David J — After We Broken Up (Sony) 116 113 2

14 18 David J — After We Broken Up (Sony) 116 113 2

14 18 David J — After We Broken Up (Sony) 116 113 2

14 18 David J — After We Broken Up (Sony) 116 113 2

19 19 Sum 41 — Landmines (BMG) 111 103 2

19 19 Sum 41 — Landmines (BMG) 111 103 2

19 19 Sum 41 — Landmines (BMG) 111 103 2

19 19 Sum 41 — Landmines (BMG) 111 103 2

19 19 Sum 41 — Landmines (BMG) 111 103 2

19 19 Sum 41 — Landmines (BMG) 111 103 2

16 20 Sarah Reeves — Get Back Your Fight (Curb) 110 110 3

16 20 Sarah Reeves — Get Back Your Fight (Curb) 110 110 3

16 20 Sarah Reeves — Get Back Your Fight (Curb) 110 110 3

16 20 Sarah Reeves — Get Back Your Fight (Curb) 110 110 3

16 20 Sarah Reeves — Get Back Your Fight (Curb) 110 110 3

16 20 Sarah Reeves — Get Back Your Fight (Curb) 110 110 3

15 21 Mae Stephens — If We Ever Broke Up (Republic/UMG) 110 110 2

15 21 Mae Stephens — If We Ever Broke Up (Republic/UMG) 110 110 2

15 21 Mae Stephens — If We Ever Broke Up (Republic/UMG) 110 110 2

15 21 Mae Stephens — If We Ever Broke Up (Republic/UMG) 110 110 2

15 21 Mae Stephens — If We Ever Broke Up (Republic/UMG) 110 110 2

15 21 Mae Stephens — If We Ever Broke Up (Republic/UMG) 110 110 2

5 22 Ray Jones — Tell Somebody (Ind) 103 173 3

5 22 Ray Jones — Tell Somebody (Ind) 103 173 3

5 22 Ray Jones — Tell Somebody (Ind) 103 173 3

5 22 Ray Jones — Tell Somebody (Ind) 103 173 3

5 22 Ray Jones — Tell Somebody (Ind) 103 173 3

5 22 Ray Jones — Tell Somebody (Ind) 103 173 3

20 23 Troye Sivan — Got Me Started (EMI) 100 100 2

20 23 Troye Sivan — Got Me Started (EMI) 100 100 2

20 23 Troye Sivan — Got Me Started (EMI) 100 100 2

20 23 Troye Sivan — Got Me Started (EMI) 100 100 2

20 23 Troye Sivan — Got Me Started (EMI) 100 100 2

20 23 Troye Sivan — Got Me Started (EMI) 100 100 2

18 24 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 99 106 2

18 24 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 99 106 2

18 24 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 99 106 2

18 24 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 99 106 2

18 24 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 99 106 2

18 24 Tate McRae — Exes (RCA/SME) 99 106 2

— 25 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 95 409 2

— 25 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 95 409 2

— 25 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 95 409 2

— 25 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 95 409 2

— 25 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 95 409 2

— 25 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 95 409 2

LW TW TOP40/CHR RECURRENTS

AC/HOT AC RECURRENTS

COUNTRY RECURRENTS

— 1 Mike Watkins — Freedom Never Dies (Performer Nashville) 158 153 7

— 1 Mike Watkins — Freedom Never Dies (Performer Nashville) 158 153 7

— 1 Mike Watkins — Freedom Never Dies (Performer Nashville) 158 153 7

— 1 Mike Watkins — Freedom Never Dies (Performer Nashville) 158 153 7

— 1 Mike Watkins — Freedom Never Dies (Performer Nashville) 158 153 7

— 1 Mike Watkins — Freedom Never Dies (Performer Nashville) 158 153 7

— 1 Mike Watkins — Freedom Never Dies (Performer Nashville) 158 153 7

— 1 Mike Watkins — Freedom Never Dies (Performer Nashville) 158 153 7

— 1 Mike Watkins — Freedom Never Dies (Performer Nashville) 158 153 7

2 2 Hailey Whitters — I’m In Love (Pigasus/Big Loud) 113 111 2

2 2 Hailey Whitters — I’m In Love (Pigasus/Big Loud) 113 111 2

2 2 Hailey Whitters — I’m In Love (Pigasus/Big Loud) 113 111 2

2 2 Hailey Whitters — I’m In Love (Pigasus/Big Loud) 113 111 2

2 2 Hailey Whitters — I’m In Love (Pigasus/Big Loud) 113 111 2

2 2 Hailey Whitters — I’m In Love (Pigasus/Big Loud) 113 111 2

2 2 Hailey Whitters — I’m In Love (Pigasus/Big Loud) 113 111 2

2 2 Hailey Whitters — I’m In Love (Pigasus/Big Loud) 113 111 2

2 2 Hailey Whitters — I’m In Love (Pigasus/Big Loud) 113 111 2

1 3 Hardy — Truck Bed (Big Loud) 100 131 5

1 3 Hardy — Truck Bed (Big Loud) 100 131 5

1 3 Hardy — Truck Bed (Big Loud) 100 131 5

1 3 Hardy — Truck Bed (Big Loud) 100 131 5

1 3 Hardy — Truck Bed (Big Loud) 100 131 5

1 3 Hardy — Truck Bed (Big Loud) 100 131 5

1 3 Hardy — Truck Bed (Big Loud) 100 131 5

1 3 Hardy — Truck Bed (Big Loud) 100 131 5

1 3 Hardy — Truck Bed (Big Loud) 100 131 5

6 4 Tigirlily Gold — I Tried A Ring On (Monument/SME) 99 88 2

6 4 Tigirlily Gold — I Tried A Ring On (Monument/SME) 99 88 2

6 4 Tigirlily Gold — I Tried A Ring On (Monument/SME) 99 88 2

6 4 Tigirlily Gold — I Tried A Ring On (Monument/SME) 99 88 2

6 4 Tigirlily Gold — I Tried A Ring On (Monument/SME) 99 88 2

6 4 Tigirlily Gold — I Tried A Ring On (Monument/SME) 99 88 2

6 4 Tigirlily Gold — I Tried A Ring On (Monument/SME) 99 88 2

6 4 Tigirlily Gold — I Tried A Ring On (Monument/SME) 99 88 2

6 4 Tigirlily Gold — I Tried A Ring On (Monument/SME) 99 88 2

— 5 Carrie Underwood — Out Of That Truck (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 95 271 3

— 5 Carrie Underwood — Out Of That Truck (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 95 271 3

— 5 Carrie Underwood — Out Of That Truck (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 95 271 3

— 5 Carrie Underwood — Out Of That Truck (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 95 271 3

— 5 Carrie Underwood — Out Of That Truck (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 95 271 3

— 5 Carrie Underwood — Out Of That Truck (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 95 271 3

— 5 Carrie Underwood — Out Of That Truck (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 95 271 3

— 5 Carrie Underwood — Out Of That Truck (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 95 271 3

— 5 Carrie Underwood — Out Of That Truck (Capitol Nashville/UMG) 95 271 3

5 6 Matt Stell — Breakin’ In Boots (Records Nashville) 93 89 2

5 6 Matt Stell — Breakin’ In Boots (Records Nashville) 93 89 2

5 6 Matt Stell — Breakin’ In Boots (Records Nashville) 93 89 2

5 6 Matt Stell — Breakin’ In Boots (Records Nashville) 93 89 2

5 6 Matt Stell — Breakin’ In Boots (Records Nashville) 93 89 2

5 6 Matt Stell — Breakin’ In Boots (Records Nashville) 93 89 2

5 6 Matt Stell — Breakin’ In Boots (Records Nashville) 93 89 2

5 6 Matt Stell — Breakin’ In Boots (Records Nashville) 93 89 2

5 6 Matt Stell — Breakin’ In Boots (Records Nashville) 93 89 2

20 7 Riley Green — Damn Good Day To Leave (Big Machine/UMG) 88 61 3

20 7 Riley Green — Damn Good Day To Leave (Big Machine/UMG) 88 61 3

20 7 Riley Green — Damn Good Day To Leave (Big Machine/UMG) 88 61 3

20 7 Riley Green — Damn Good Day To Leave (Big Machine/UMG) 88 61 3

20 7 Riley Green — Damn Good Day To Leave (Big Machine/UMG) 88 61 3

20 7 Riley Green — Damn Good Day To Leave (Big Machine/UMG) 88 61 3

20 7 Riley Green — Damn Good Day To Leave (Big Machine/UMG) 88 61 3

20 7 Riley Green — Damn Good Day To Leave (Big Machine/UMG) 88 61 3

20 7 Riley Green — Damn Good Day To Leave (Big Machine/UMG) 88 61 3

8 8 Tyler Childers — In Your Love (Hickman Holler/RCA) 86 85 2

8 8 Tyler Childers — In Your Love (Hickman Holler/RCA) 86 85 2

8 8 Tyler Childers — In Your Love (Hickman Holler/RCA) 86 85 2

8 8 Tyler Childers — In Your Love (Hickman Holler/RCA) 86 85 2

8 8 Tyler Childers — In Your Love (Hickman Holler/RCA) 86 85 2

8 8 Tyler Childers — In Your Love (Hickman Holler/RCA) 86 85 2

8 8 Tyler Childers — In Your Love (Hickman Holler/RCA) 86 85 2

8 8 Tyler Childers — In Your Love (Hickman Holler/RCA) 86 85 2

8 8 Tyler Childers — In Your Love (Hickman Holler/RCA) 86 85 2

7 9 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 86 86 2

7 9 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 86 86 2

7 9 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 86 86 2

7 9 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 86 86 2

7 9 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 86 86 2

7 9 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 86 86 2

7 9 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 86 86 2

7 9 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 86 86 2

7 9 Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton — Purple Irises (WMG) 86 86 2

9 10 Chayce Beckham — 23 (BMG) 85 85 2

9 10 Chayce Beckham — 23 (BMG) 85 85 2

9 10 Chayce Beckham — 23 (BMG) 85 85 2

9 10 Chayce Beckham — 23 (BMG) 85 85 2

9 10 Chayce Beckham — 23 (BMG) 85 85 2

9 10 Chayce Beckham — 23 (BMG) 85 85 2

9 10 Chayce Beckham — 23 (BMG) 85 85 2

9 10 Chayce Beckham — 23 (BMG) 85 85 2

9 10 Chayce Beckham — 23 (BMG) 85 85 2

11 11 Anne Wilson — Rain In The Rearview (Capitol/EMI) 82 82 2

11 11 Anne Wilson — Rain In The Rearview (Capitol/EMI) 82 82 2

11 11 Anne Wilson — Rain In The Rearview (Capitol/EMI) 82 82 2

11 11 Anne Wilson — Rain In The Rearview (Capitol/EMI) 82 82 2

11 11 Anne Wilson — Rain In The Rearview (Capitol/EMI) 82 82 2

11 11 Anne Wilson — Rain In The Rearview (Capitol/EMI) 82 82 2

11 11 Anne Wilson — Rain In The Rearview (Capitol/EMI) 82 82 2

11 11 Anne Wilson — Rain In The Rearview (Capitol/EMI) 82 82 2

11 11 Anne Wilson — Rain In The Rearview (Capitol/EMI) 82 82 2

13 12 Toby Keith — Don’t Let The Old Man In (Thirty Tigers) 72 72 1

13 12 Toby Keith — Don’t Let The Old Man In (Thirty Tigers) 72 72 1

13 12 Toby Keith — Don’t Let The Old Man In (Thirty Tigers) 72 72 1

13 12 Toby Keith — Don’t Let The Old Man In (Thirty Tigers) 72 72 1

13 12 Toby Keith — Don’t Let The Old Man In (Thirty Tigers) 72 72 1

13 12 Toby Keith — Don’t Let The Old Man In (Thirty Tigers) 72 72 1

13 12 Toby Keith — Don’t Let The Old Man In (Thirty Tigers) 72 72 1

13 12 Toby Keith — Don’t Let The Old Man In (Thirty Tigers) 72 72 1

13 12 Toby Keith — Don’t Let The Old Man In (Thirty Tigers) 72 72 1

17 13 Chris Lane — Find Another Bar (Red Street) 70 65 1

17 13 Chris Lane — Find Another Bar (Red Street) 70 65 1

17 13 Chris Lane — Find Another Bar (Red Street) 70 65 1

17 13 Chris Lane — Find Another Bar (Red Street) 70 65 1

17 13 Chris Lane — Find Another Bar (Red Street) 70 65 1

17 13 Chris Lane — Find Another Bar (Red Street) 70 65 1

17 13 Chris Lane — Find Another Bar (Red Street) 70 65 1

17 13 Chris Lane — Find Another Bar (Red Street) 70 65 1

17 13 Chris Lane — Find Another Bar (Red Street) 70 65 1

14 14 Joe Nichols — Brokenhearted (Quartz Hill) 70 70 1

14 14 Joe Nichols — Brokenhearted (Quartz Hill) 70 70 1

14 14 Joe Nichols — Brokenhearted (Quartz Hill) 70 70 1

14 14 Joe Nichols — Brokenhearted (Quartz Hill) 70 70 1

14 14 Joe Nichols — Brokenhearted (Quartz Hill) 70 70 1

14 14 Joe Nichols — Brokenhearted (Quartz Hill) 70 70 1

14 14 Joe Nichols — Brokenhearted (Quartz Hill) 70 70 1

14 14 Joe Nichols — Brokenhearted (Quartz Hill) 70 70 1

14 14 Joe Nichols — Brokenhearted (Quartz Hill) 70 70 1

— 15 For King & Country w/Lee Brice — Checking In (Curb) 69 98 5

— 15 For King & Country w/Lee Brice — Checking In (Curb) 69 98 5

— 15 For King & Country w/Lee Brice — Checking In (Curb) 69 98 5

— 15 For King & Country w/Lee Brice — Checking In (Curb) 69 98 5

— 15 For King & Country w/Lee Brice — Checking In (Curb) 69 98 5

— 15 For King & Country w/Lee Brice — Checking In (Curb) 69 98 5

— 15 For King & Country w/Lee Brice — Checking In (Curb) 69 98 5

— 15 For King & Country w/Lee Brice — Checking In (Curb) 69 98 5

15 16 Easton Corbin — Marry That Girl (Stone Country) 68 68 1

15 16 Easton Corbin — Marry That Girl (Stone Country) 68 68 1

15 16 Easton Corbin — Marry That Girl (Stone Country) 68 68 1

15 16 Easton Corbin — Marry That Girl (Stone Country) 68 68 1

15 16 Easton Corbin — Marry That Girl (Stone Country) 68 68 1

15 16 Easton Corbin — Marry That Girl (Stone Country) 68 68 1

15 16 Easton Corbin — Marry That Girl (Stone Country) 68 68 1

15 16 Easton Corbin — Marry That Girl (Stone Country) 68 68 1

16 17 Restless Road — Last Rodeo (Sony Music/SME) 68 68 1

16 17 Restless Road — Last Rodeo (Sony Music/SME) 68 68 1

16 17 Restless Road — Last Rodeo (Sony Music/SME) 68 68 1

16 17 Restless Road — Last Rodeo (Sony Music/SME) 68 68 1

16 17 Restless Road — Last Rodeo (Sony Music/SME) 68 68 1

16 17 Restless Road — Last Rodeo (Sony Music/SME) 68 68 1

16 17 Restless Road — Last Rodeo (Sony Music/SME) 68 68 1

16 17 Restless Road — Last Rodeo (Sony Music/SME) 68 68 1

18 18 Neon Union — This Side Of The Dirt (Red Street) 64 64 1

18 18 Neon Union — This Side Of The Dirt (Red Street) 64 64 1

18 18 Neon Union — This Side Of The Dirt (Red Street) 64 64 1

18 18 Neon Union — This Side Of The Dirt (Red Street) 64 64 1

18 18 Neon Union — This Side Of The Dirt (Red Street) 64 64 1

18 18 Neon Union — This Side Of The Dirt (Red Street) 64 64 1

18 18 Neon Union — This Side Of The Dirt (Red Street) 64 64 1

18 18 Neon Union — This Side Of The Dirt (Red Street) 64 64 1

19 19 Zach Bryan — Fear And Friday’s (Belting Bronco/WMG) 62 62 1

19 19 Zach Bryan — Fear And Friday’s (Belting Bronco/WMG) 62 62 1

19 19 Zach Bryan — Fear And Friday’s (Belting Bronco/WMG) 62 62 1

19 19 Zach Bryan — Fear And Friday’s (Belting Bronco/WMG) 62 62 1

19 19 Zach Bryan — Fear And Friday’s (Belting Bronco/WMG) 62 62 1

19 19 Zach Bryan — Fear And Friday’s (Belting Bronco/WMG) 62 62 1

21 20 Maddie & Tae — Heart They Didn’t Break (Mercury Nashville) 61 61 1

21 20 Maddie & Tae — Heart They Didn’t Break (Mercury Nashville) 61 61 1

21 20 Maddie & Tae — Heart They Didn’t Break (Mercury Nashville) 61 61 1

21 20 Maddie & Tae — Heart They Didn’t Break (Mercury Nashville) 61 61 1

21 20 Maddie & Tae — Heart They Didn’t Break (Mercury Nashville) 61 61 1

21 20 Maddie & Tae — Heart They Didn’t Break (Mercury Nashville) 61 61 1

— 21 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 61 123 5

— 21 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 61 123 5

— 21 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 61 123 5

— 21 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 61 123 5

— 21 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 61 123 5

— 21 Tommy Rice w/Morgan Ridgely — Think Of Me (Tommy Rice Music) 61 123 5

12 22 Parker McCollum — Burn It Down (MCA Nashville) 58 82 2

12 22 Parker McCollum — Burn It Down (MCA Nashville) 58 82 2

12 22 Parker McCollum — Burn It Down (MCA Nashville) 58 82 2

12 22 Parker McCollum — Burn It Down (MCA Nashville) 58 82 2

12 22 Parker McCollum — Burn It Down (MCA Nashville) 58 82 2

12 22 Parker McCollum — Burn It Down (MCA Nashville) 58 82 2

22 23 Michael Ray w/Meghan Patrick — Spirits And Demons (Warner Nashville) 56 56 1

22 23 Michael Ray w/Meghan Patrick — Spirits And Demons (Warner Nashville) 56 56 1

22 23 Michael Ray w/Meghan Patrick — Spirits And Demons (Warner Nashville) 56 56 1

22 23 Michael Ray w/Meghan Patrick — Spirits And Demons (Warner Nashville) 56 56 1

22 23 Michael Ray w/Meghan Patrick — Spirits And Demons (Warner Nashville) 56 56 1

22 23 Michael Ray w/Meghan Patrick — Spirits And Demons (Warner Nashville) 56 56 1

3 24 Kelsey Hart — Life With You (Curb) 54 103 4

3 24 Kelsey Hart — Life With You (Curb) 54 103 4

3 24 Kelsey Hart — Life With You (Curb) 54 103 4

3 24 Kelsey Hart — Life With You (Curb) 54 103 4

3 24 Kelsey Hart — Life With You (Curb) 54 103 4

3 24 Kelsey Hart — Life With You (Curb) 54 103 4

26 25 Larry Fleet — Things I Take For Granted (Big Loud) 47 44 3

26 25 Larry Fleet — Things I Take For Granted (Big Loud) 47 44 3

26 25 Larry Fleet — Things I Take For Granted (Big Loud) 47 44 3

26 25 Larry Fleet — Things I Take For Granted (Big Loud) 47 44 3

26 25 Larry Fleet — Things I Take For Granted (Big Loud) 47 44 3

26 25 Larry Fleet — Things I Take For Granted (Big Loud) 47 44 3


LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL WK

2

COVERGEIST — One More Night (Cherry Sound) 8

3 2 ROBERT PLANT — Lullaby And The Ceaseless Roar (Nonesuch/Reprise) 7

4 3 U2 — Songs Of Innocence (Interscope) 6

5 4 JOHNNY WINTER

— Step Back (Megaforce/RED) 7

6 5 JOHN MELLENCAMP — Plain Spoken (Island) 7

7 6 BOB SEGER

— Ride On (Capitol) 7

8 7 PINK FLOYD — The Endless River (Columbia) 4

10 8 BETTER THAN EZRA — All Together Now (The End) 4

9 9 STEVIE NICKS — 24 Karat Gold (Reprise/WEA) 7

11 10 YUSUF — Tell ‘Em I’m Gone (Legacy/RCA) 5

12 11 HARD WORKING AMERICANS — The First Waltz (Melvin) 5

14 12 BELA FLECK & ABIGAIL WASHBURN — Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn (Rounder) 4

— 13 DR JOHN — Ske Dat De Dat The Spirit Of Satch (Concord) 4

— 14 BOB SEGER

— Ride Out (Capitol) 1

CHARTBOUND

AAA

Villains - Velocity (Universal/UMG)

Mary Karr & Rodney Crowell - KIN: The Songs Of Mary Karr & Rodney Crowell (Vanguard)

Brendan Benson - What Kind Of World (Ready Made/Thirty Tigers)

LW TW ARTIST SINGLE LABEL

1 1 Daughtry - Daughtry (RCA/RLG)

2 2 Darkness Before Dawn - Kings To You (Bombworks)

3 3 Dark Lay Still - Through Hell (Bombworks)

9 4 Coldplay - Viva La Vida (Capitol/EMI)

10 5 Junip - Fields (Mute)

4 6 Colbie Caillat - Coco (Universal Republic)

5 7 Dagon - Terraphobic (Bombworks)

6 8 Kelly Crook - Can’t Stop (Mini Mogul Music)

7 9 Megadeth - Thirteen (Roadrunner)

8 10 BeBe & CeCe Winans - Still (Malaco)

14 11 A Plea For Purging - The Life & Death of A Plea For Purging (Facedown)

15 12 A Plea For Purging - Depravity (Facedown)

11 13 Jordin Sparks - Jordin Sparks (Jive/Zomba)

12 14 Transient Songs - Cave Syndrome (Indian Casino)

13 15 K`Jon - I Get Around (Republic/Universal/Mercury)

21 16 Foo Fighters - Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace (RCA/RLG)

22 17 Jaill - That’s How We Burn (Sub Pop)

16 18 Impending Doom - The Serpent Servant (Facedown)

17 19 Keyshia Cole - Just Like You (Geffen/UMG)

18 20 Daughtry - It’s Not Over (WB/WEA)

19 21 As I Lay Dying - Decas (Metal Blade)

20 22 Taylor Swift - Taylor Swift (Big Machine/Universal)

27 23 Living Sacrifice - The Infinite Order (Solid State)

23 24 Avant - Avant (Capitol)

24 25 Fergie - The Dutchess (Interscope)

Inside College Radio

by: Chris & Danny Burkholder

This is our Best Of 2013…so far issue. Throughout this

musical visit you will see many Indie artists rising to the top of

our charts and a lot of the music perfect for your Summer playlist.

You may want to consider being on our Future Hits volume #43.

This compilation will get your song to “all of radio” and all tracks

will be also serviced digitally through Airplay Access. Contact us

this week and make yourself a part of music history.

Are you up on These Hearts? Ryan Saunders, vocals, Kyle

Colby, guitar/vocals Isaiah Folk, drums, Daryl Van Beek, guitar

and Tyler Rice, bass make up this super red hot band. The recent

release of the lyric video for “Miserable” has ignited their fans

anticipation for their forthcoming sophomore album “Yours To

Take” available this month. The new album can be heard live

on the band’s headlining album release tour beginning in Joliet,

IL. The band’s sound is a combination of honest, refreshing,

spirited pitch-perfect harmonies with dynamic and emotive

breakdowns. Carrying the torch lit by iconic Victory bands A

Day To Remember and Taking Back Sunday, These Hearts has

arrived and you read and hear about them first right here at New

Music Weekly.

The New York based indie rock band Born Cages is set to

release their Sidelines EP via Razor & Tie. The band will hit the

road this summer as well. Born Cages new EP was produced

by Jon Kaplan (Walk The Moon, Augustana) and Oliver Straus

(Arctic Monkeys, Matt & Kim) at Mission Sound in Brooklyn,

NY. The band is finishing up their debut full length album to be

released later this year. The New York City based Born Cages

formed in 2011. Within one year the young band had already

released an EP, opened two sold-out shows for Guns N’ Roses and

shared stages with such bands as Gold Fields, Mother Mother, and

Ludo. The band has had music played on Q104.3 in New York

and recently recorded a session at the Gibson NYC showroom

that premiered on Purevolume. They were also featured on a large

billboard in Times Square as part of a Toshiba promotion. Born

Cages is Vlad Holiday (lead vocals/lead guitar), Amanda Carl

(keyboards/backing vocals), Steve Kellner (bass guitar/backing

vocals) and Dave Tantao (drums).

John Tejada has a new exclusive mix for Halocyan Records

entitled “Somewhere” via Pitchfork. Have you been following

Halocyan Records? This is a global dance brand and record label

launched by Dimitri Fergadis, an acclaimed musician and founder

of the LA-based experimental electronica label Phthalo Records.

Halocyan is dedicated to representing not just the present and

future of electronic music, but also its rich history. Halocyan

believes that a strong sense of historical roots is an essential

launching pad for bold voyages into the unknown.

New York City-based retro songstress Joanne Weaver sets

out to the Dominican Republic this month to shoot her new music

video for “Nature Boy”, the latest single off her debut album

Interstellar Songbook which she released in June of last year. The

concept album is a collection of Joanne’s unique, psychedelic

renditions of eight classic standards from the 40s, 50s and early

60s and is available on iTunes and CD Baby.

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AC Group of the Year

Thirty Seconds To Mars

New AC Artist/Group of the Year

Cabela & Schmitt

AC Breakthrough Artist of the Year

Tommy Rice

AC Radio Station of the Year

KKUL

AC Program/Music Director of the Year

Ron Dale

AC Record Label of the Year

Warner

and the Winners are . . . . . . . . .

Top40/CHR Song of the Year

“Cruel Summer” Taylor Swift

Top40/CHR Male Artist of the Year

Jack Harlow

Top40/CHR Female Artist of the Year

Taylor Swift

Top40/CHR Group of the Year

AJR

New Top40/CHR Artist/Group of the Year

Jung Kook w/Latto

Top40/CHR Breakthrough Artist of the Year

John Jurney

Top40/CHR Radio Station of the Year

KPLT

Top40/CHR Program/Music Director of the Year

Russ Davidson

Top40/CHR Record Label of the Year

Capitol

Country Song of the Year

“Try That In A Small Town” Jason Aldean

Country Male Artist of the Year

Jelly Roll

Country Female Artist of the Year

Lainey Wilson

Country Group of the Year

Dan + Shay

New Country Artist/Group of the Year

Chayce Beckham

Country Breakthrough Artist of the Year

Jeremy Parsons

Country Radio Station of the Year

KDOL

Country Program/Music Director of the Year

Jim Wolfe

Country Record Label of the Year

MCA Nashville

Crossover Artist/Band of the Year

Eileen Carey

AC Song of the Year

“In The Stars” Benson Boone

AC Male Artist of the Year

Benson Boone

AC Female Artist of the Year

Dua Lipa

Radio Promotion/Marketing of the Year

Add Promotion

Publicity/PR of the Year

2911 Media

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