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For week ending July 6, 2019

#1
Last Week (1)
Peak Position (1)
Weeks on Chart (14)
Weeks at #1 (6)

Blake Shelton
"God's Country"
 
(from Single)

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#2
Last Week (3)
Peak Position (2)
Weeks on Chart (42)
Lee Brice
"Rumor"
(from Lee Brice)


Lee Brice's fourth album for Curb Records is a 15-song project featuring the singles Rumor and Boy, as well as tracks including Story To Tell, co-written with Edwin McCain and Phillip Lammonds.

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#3
Last Week (2)
Peak Position (1)
Weeks on Chart (37)
Morgan Wallen
"Whiskey Glasses"
(from If I Know Me)


If I Know Me by Morgan Wallen includes the collaborative hit with Florida Georgia Line, "Up Down" and the single
"Whiskey Glasses."

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"Whikey Glasses" -
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#4
Last Week (7)
Peak Position (4)
Weeks on Chart (4)
Blanco Brown
"The Git Up"
(single)


 
#5
Last Week (4)
Peak Position (3)
Weeks on Chart (8)
Luke Combs
"Beer Never Broke
My Heart"
 
(Single)


When Luke Combs first played a solo, acoustic "Beer Never Broke My Heart" at one of his concerts way back in January 2018, fans responded as if the brand new song were an old favorite. Chalk it up to the North Carolina singer-songwriter's gift for crafting sharp hooks and on-the-nose country lyrics. Last week, Combs released the studio recording of the single and, fleshed out with full production, it's even more of a country-music monster, a sing-along salute to a frosty friend. "Beer Never Broke My Heart" has already gained more than three million streams on Spotify.

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"Beer Never Broke My Heart" live on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon -
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#6
Last Week (5)
Peak Position (3)
Weeks on Chart (18)
Thomas Rhett
"Look What God
Gave Her"
(from Center
Point Road)


Thomas Rhett's lead single from his album Center Point Road is the hit Look What God Gave Her. Includes the hit Notice.

See Thomas Rhett Perform "Look What God Gave Her" live on Saturday Night Live
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#7
Last Week (6)
Peak Position (3)
Weeks on Chart (36)

Kane Brown

"Good As You"
(from Experiment)


The fourth single off Kane Brown's debut album, Heaven, recently scored him his second No. 1 hit, following the equally successful What Ifs, a duet with Lauren Alaina. Lose It, Good As You and Homesick are tracks from his latest album, Experiment.

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#8
Last Week (8)
Peak Position (8)
Weeks on Chart (13)
Luke Bryan
"Knockin' Boots"
(Single)


Luke Bryan celebrates the things that naturally go better together in his new song "Knockin' Boots."
A stripped-down, rhythmic track, the single is the first fresh music from Bryan since 2017's What Makes You Country. A new album is expected by the
end of the year.
#9
Last Week (9)
Peak Position (9)
Weeks on Chart (24)
Maren Morris
"Girl"
(from Girl)


On her second album, the country-pop singer remains a powerhouse talent who can sing the hell of out every middle-of-the-road style going. Hits include the title track and "Bones."

 

#10
Last Week (10)
Peak Position (10)
Weeks on Chart (22)
Eric Church
"Some Of It"
(from Desperate Man)


Exasperation over the politicized aftermath of the shooting at the Church-headlined Route 91 festival imbues opener "The Snake," casting the current national divide as intractable and poisonous. Bookending that is slow-burn closer "Drowning Man," lamenting the dire prospects of an average American worker caught in the middle of that divide. In between, Church's life-affirming relief over successful emergency surgery to remove a deadly blood clot can be heard in the joyous survivor's boogie of "Hangin' Around." Church is canny enough to understand the power of what isn't said.
 

#11
Last Week (11)
Peak Position (11)
Weeks on Chart (25)
Dan + Shay
"All To Myself"
(from Dan + Shay)


Tequila and Speechless the lead singles for Dan + Shay's self titled album, each climbed to Number One on the country charts since its release in January. Includes the third single, All To Myself. The 11-song album also features a guest appearance by Kelly Clarkson, who is featured on the song Keeping. Score.

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#12
Last Week (12)
Peak Position (12)
Weeks on Chart (25)
Jason Aldean
"Rearview Town"
 
(from Rearview Town)


Jason Aldean's 8th studio album already has a pair of hits. You Make It Easy was written by Florida Georgia Line members Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley along with Morgan Wallen and Jordan Schmidt. Rearview Town also features Aldean's new single, Girl Like You and the previous hit Drowns the Whiskey with
Miranda Lambert
.

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#13
Last Week (13)
Peak Position (13)
Weeks on Chart (42)
Florida Georgia Line
"Talk You Out Of It"
(from Can't Say
I Ain't Country)


Florida Georgia Line follows up their phenomenal string of hits with Can't Say I Ain't Country with the lead single Talk You Out Of It. 

 

#14
Last Week (14)
Peak Position (14)
Weeks on Chart (21)
Chris Young

"Raised On Country"
(single)
 
#15
Last Week (15)
Peak Position (15)
Weeks on Chart (14)
Justin Moore
"The Ones That Didn't Make It Back Home"
(from Late Nights
And Longnecks)

 

 

#16
Last Week (16)
Peak Position (16)
Weeks on Chart (38)
Chris Lane
Featuring Tori Kelly

"I Don't Know
About You"

(from Laps Around
The Sun)


On the heels of his first LP, Girl Problems, North Carolinian Chris Lane releases his sophomore LP, Laps Around the Sun. The album is 14 songs of swampy country-pop meant for porches, docks and sunburnt escapism, delivered in a natural tone. His duet with Tori Kelly, Take Back Home Girl, which lands somewhere in the middle of the R&B influence of his debut and the small-town sensibilities of Laps Around the Sun, which was recorded with a live band. Currently breaking into the Top 10 of Billboard's Country Airplay chart, Take Back Home Girl is poised to be the biggest song of his career. Includes I Don't Know
About You.

#17
Last Week (17)
Peak Position (14)
Weeks on Chart (6)
Lady Antebellum
"What If I Never
Get Over You"
(Single)


Lady Antebellum have returned with the new song What If I Never Get Over You, the multi-Platinum trio's debut under a new agreement with Big Machine Label Group. The single is the group's first new music since 2017's Heart Break, their final album with longtime label home Capitol Nashville.

.#18
Last Week (19)
Peak Position (18)
Weeks on Chart (7)
Carrie Underwood

"Southbound"
(from Cry Pretty)
 

In Cry Pretty, Carrie Underwood's first new radio single since 2016, the country star wants her fans to know that even she ugly-cries now and again. Underwood shared Cry Pretty ahead of her comeback performance at ACM Awards, the singer's first appearance since suffering a fall in November, breaking her wrist and requiring 40-50 stitches on her face. The title track from her current album is Underwood's first radio single since her 2016 song Dirty Laundry, and follows the promotional track The Champion she released in January for the Super Bowl. Includes the followup single, Love Wins.

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#19
Last Week (28)
Peak Position (19)
Weeks on Chart (12)
Dierks Bentley
"Living"
 
(from The Mountain)

On the surface, this feel-good full-length is a tribute to Colorado's crisp mountain air: It was written and recorded in Telluride, where a team of Nashville songwriters took up in a sprawling, ranch-style studio. But these songs are more about reaching inward than gazing out. Inspired by fans he met on the road who shared stories of hope and grit, Bentley casts scaling mountains as a metaphor for persevering, bidding us to explore the great outdoors (Son of the Sun), find ourselves (Burning Man), and keep on climbing no matter what (You Can't Bring Me Down). "Only a mountain," he sings on the uplifting title track. "It ain't hard if you don't stop."

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Dierks Bentley from the Country Music Atlanta E-Blast Newsletter -
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#20
Last Week (21)
Peak Position (20)
Weeks on Chart (28)
Brantley Gilbert & Lindsay Ell
"What Happens In A Small Town"
(Single)

 
#21
Last Week (22)
Peak Position (21)
Weeks on Chart (7)
Keith Urban
"We Were"
(single)


 
#22
Last Week (27)
Peak Position (22)
Weeks on Chart (19)
Runaway June
"Buy My Own Drinks"
(from Blue Roses)

#23
Last Week (26)
Peak Position (23)
Weeks on Chart (18)
Cole Swindell
"Love You Too Late"
(from All of It)


Cole Swindell releases his third studio album, All of It, on August 17. The country singer has already shared three tracks from the highly-anticipated project including "Break Up In The End," "Somebody's Been Drinkin'," and "The Ones Who Got Me Here." The All of It track list includes the lead single, "Break Up In The End," which was the most added song to country radio the day of its release. Swindell has already scored a record-breaking seven No. 1 singles as a solo artist throughout his career. The Georgia native recently wrapped up his first headlining run for his 2018 Reason To Drink Tour.

#24
Last Week (23)
Peak Position (23)
Weeks on Chart (14)
Russell Dickerson
"Every Little Thing"
 
(from Yours)

Feel-good crossover jams that are loaded with charm and wit. Includes the hits,
Blue Tacoma
and
Every Little Thing..

 

#25
Last Week (24)
Peak Position (24)
Weeks on Chart (17)
Maren Morris
"Bones"
(from Girl)


On her second album, the country-pop singer remains a powerhouse talent who can sing the hell of out every middle-of-the-road style going. Hits include the title track and "Bones."

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