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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Album

LW

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

3

1

Mark McKinney

Lonely Bones

(Texas Evolution)

1,305

1,235

14

+70

73

 

2

2

Green River Ordinance

Flying

(GRO)

1,277

1,238

13

+39

72

 

5

3

Cameran Nelson

35 Runs Both Ways

(CN)

1,233

1,225

14

+8

67

 

6

4

Josh Grider

White Van

(AMP)

1,230

1,174

10

+56

76

 

1

5

Brian Keane

Bar Lights

(BK)

1,206

1,243

19

-37

64

 

7

6

Reckless Kelly

Every Step of the Way

(No Big Deal)

1,098

1,109

13

-11

74

 

4

7

Kevin Fowler

Love Song

(Kevin Fowler Records)

1,060

1,232

15

-172

68

 

9

8

Sam Riggs

Angola’s Lament

(SR)

954

900

20

+54

65

 

8

9

Brandon Rhyder

Leave

(Reserve Records)

947

942

14

+5

67

 

10

10

John Slaughter

Ghost Town

(JS)

876

880

11

-4

61

 

13

11

Jason Eady

OK Whiskey

(JE)

835

780

16

+55

55

 

14

12

Mario Flores

Got A Bad Feeling

(MF)

785

708

8

+77

54

 

11

13

Wade Bowen w/Brandy Clark

Love in the First Degree

(Lightning Rod Records)

777

869

10

-92

59

 

15

14

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Lucky I Guess

(Proud Souls Ent.)

758

668

7

+90

65

 

20

15

Randy Rogers Band

Satellite

(MCA Nashville)

729

588

4

+141

62

 

16

16

Jamie Richards

I’ll Have Another

(JR)

728

657

8

+71

55

 

18

17

Clayton Gardner

Table for Two

(CG)

714

627

13

+87

55

 

19

18

Michael Coleman w/Jody Booth

Radio Don’t Sound Like Me

(DMG/CaneyCreek)

626

619

15

+7

44

 

12

19

Zane Williams

Little Too Late

(ZW)

619

818

17

-199

45

 

17

20

Dolly Shine

Should’ve Known

(DS)

602

634

11

-32

47

 

27

21

Adam Hood

Trying To Write A Love Song

(Adam Hood Music)

567

491

7

+76

48

 

22

22

Adam Fears

Middle of Nowhere

(LandStar Entertainment)

566

551

7

+15

47

 

25

23

Prophets And Outlaws

Soul Shop

(Seven Set Jam Records)

560

512

9

+48

39

 

28

24

William Clark Green

Hanging Around

(Bill Grease Records)

546

481

4

+65

50

 

23

25

Uncle Lucius

Somewhere Else

(Entertainment One Music)

535

549

19

-14

40

 

24

26

Matt Caldwell

Drink Another

(AMP)

531

519

10

+12

45

 

26

27

TJ Broscoff

Falling Down

(BGM Records)

528

509

5

+19

44

 

21

28

Josh Ward

Hard Whiskey

(Buckshot Records)

522

583

19

-61

37

 

30

29

Tommy Joe Wilson

Cold Beer

(River Wild Records)

462

451

10

+11

44

 

29

30

Charla Corn

In My Heart

(Sixth Street Syndicate)

451

454

6

-3

38

 

35

31

Whiskey Myers

Dogwood

(Wiggy Thump)

448

395

4

+53

44

PHOTO COMING SOON

33

32

Rodney Parker & 50 Peso Reward

Things You Make Me Do

(Smith Ent.)

434

424

12

+10

32

 

N

33

Kyle Park

Long Distance Relationship

(Indie/Thirty Tigers)

426

240

1

+186

45

 

36

34

Zach Coffey

I Love You Anyway

(ZC)

414

390

6

+23

42

 

39

35

Midnight River Choir

Circles

(MRC)

410

372

5

+38

40

 

31

36

Aubrey Lynn England

Sad Little Girl

(ALE)

395

427

10

-32

29

 

37

37

Mike McClure Band

Silver and Blue

(598 Recordings)

392

383

12

+9

32

 

43

38

Cody Jinks

Alone

(CJ)

386

354

4

+32

41

 

40

39

Rob Baird

Same Damn Thing

(Carnival Music)

385

370

18

+15

33

 

42

40

Matt Kimbrow

Abilene

(MK)

377

358

5

+19

37

 

41

41

Jake Kellen

Whiskey Night

(Horny Toad Records)

370

361

6

+9

37

 

N

42

Curtis Grimes

Our Side of the Fence

(CG)

368

247

1

+121

35

 

38

43

The Dusty Smirl Band

Lubbock Lights

(TDSB)

354

374

8

-20

38

PHOTO COMING SOON

49

44

Rich O’Toole

Too Good To Call

(PTO Records)

328

293

2

+35

33

 

46

45

Kimberly Dunn

Sealed With a Kiss

(KD)

323

298

3

+25

36

 

45

46

Jeremy Steding

Stay

(JS)

320

301

2

+19

39

PHOTO COMING SOON

48

47

Erica Perry

Unexpected

(EP)

315

294

2

+21

34

 

47

48

American Aquarium

I Hope He Breaks Your Heart

(Last Chance Records)

315

298

12

+17

28

 

50

49

Sundance Head

2016 & Gruene

(SH)

290

292

4

-2

25

 

44

50

Kylie Rae Harris

Waited

(KRH)

286

335

16

-49

25

 

Non Reports:

NONE

 

Freezes:

KACO, KBCY, KEAN, KFWR, KIOX, KMKS, KOKE, KOXE, KSEL, KSTV

Copyright © 2014, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX

Album

LW

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

2

1

Brian Keane

Bar Lights

(BK)

1,243

1,263

18

-20

63

 

3

2

Green River Ordinance

Flying

(GRO)

1,238

1,193

12

+45

69

 

4

3

Mark McKinney

Lonely Bones

(Texas Evolution)

1,235

1,189

13

+46

73

 

1

4

Kevin Fowler

Love Song

(Kevin Fowler Records)

1,232

1,327

14

-95

72

 

5

5

Cameran Nelson

35 Runs Both Ways

(CN)

1,225

1,189

13

+36

65

 

6

6

Josh Grider

White Van

(AMP)

1,174

1,139

9

+35

71

 

7

7

Reckless Kelly

Every Step of the Way

(No Big Deal)

1,109

1,122

12

-13

74

 

9

8

Brandon Rhyder

Leave

(Reserve Records)

942

902

13

+40

65

 

10

9

Sam Riggs

Angola’s Lament

(SR)

900

895

19

+5

59

 

12

10

John Slaughter

Ghost Town

(JS)

880

820

10

+60

59

 

11

11

Wade Bowen w/Brandy Clark

Love in the First Degree

(Lightning Rod Records)

869

891

9

-22

57

 

8

12

Zane Williams

Little Too Late

(ZW)

818

1,035

16

-217

57

 

13

13

Jason Eady

OK Whiskey

(JE)

780

731

15

+49

52

 

17

14

Mario Flores

Got A Bad Feeling

(MF)

708

625

7

+83

47

 

15

15

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Lucky I Guess

(Proud Souls Ent.)

668

649

6

+19

62

 

16

16

Jamie Richards

I’ll Have Another

(JR)

657

641

7

+16

51

 

22

17

Dolly Shine

Should’ve Known

(DS)

634

587

10

+47

48

 

20

18

Clayton Gardner

Table for Two

(CG)

627

601

12

+26

49

 

19

19

Michael Coleman w/Jody Booth

Radio Don’t Sound Like Me

(DMG/CaneyCreek)

619

604

14

+15

45

 

25

20

Randy Rogers Band

Satellite

(MCA Nashville)

588

508

3

+80

54

 

14

21

Josh Ward

Hard Whiskey

(Buckshot Records)

583

710

18

-127

41

 

24

22

Adam Fears

Middle of Nowhere

(LandStar Entertainment)

551

541

6

+10

45

 

23

23

Uncle Lucius

Somewhere Else

(Entertainment One Music)

549

566

18

-17

39

 

26

24

Matt Caldwell

Drink Another

(AMP)

519

498

9

+21

43

 

28

25

Prophets And Outlaws

Soul Shop

(Seven Set Jam Records)

512

448

8

+64

36

 

33

26

TJ Broscoff

Falling Down

(BGM Records)

509

427

4

+82

43

 

27

27

Adam Hood

Trying To Write A Love Song

(Adam Hood Music)

491

483

6

+8

46

 

35

28

William Clark Green

Hanging Around

(Bill Grease Records)

481

408

3

+73

44

 

29

29

Charla Corn

In My Heart

(Sixth Street Syndicate)

454

441

5

+13

36

 

32

30

Tommy Joe Wilson

Cold Beer

(River Wild Records)

451

429

9

+22

41

 

31

31

Aubrey Lynn England

Sad Little Girl

(ALE)

427

435

9

-8

31

 

21

32

JB and the Moonshine Band w/Angaleena Presley

Black and White

(Light It Up Records)

426

594

19

-168

37

PHOTO COMING SOON

30

33

Rodney Parker & 50 Peso Reward

Things You Make Me Do

(Smith Ent.)

424

437

11

-13

28

 

18

34

Aaron Watson

July in Cheyenne

(Thirty Tigers)

418

621

23

-203

35

 

44

35

Whiskey Myers

Dogwood

(Wiggy Thump)

395

349

3

+46

40

 

37

36

Zach Coffey

I Love You Anyway

(ZC)

390

395

5

-5

37

 

34

37

Mike McClure Band

Silver and Blue

(598 Recordings)

383

410

11

-27

31

 

40

38

The Dusty Smirl Band

Lubbock Lights

(TDSB)

374

385

7

-11

37

 

42

39

Midnight River Choir

Circles

(MRC)

372

358

4

+14

34

 

39

40

Rob Baird

Same Damn Thing

(Carnival Music)

370

388

17

-18

33

 

41

41

Jake Kellen

Whiskey Night

(Horny Toad Records)

361

374

5

-13

37

 

45

42

Matt Kimbrow

Abilene

(MK)

358

334

4

+24

36

 

43

43

Cody Jinks

Alone

(CJ)

354

356

3

-2

35

 

38

44

Kylie Rae Harris

Waited

(KRH)

335

391

15

-56

29

PHOTO COMING SOON

N

45

Jeremy Steding

Stay

(JS)

301

264

1

+37

37

 

50

46

Kimberly Dunn

Sealed With a Kiss

(KD)

298

274

2

+24

33

 

46

47

American Aquarium

I Hope He Breaks Your Heart

(Last Chance Records)

298

317

11

-19

25

PHOTO COMING SOON

N

48

Erica Perry

Unexpected

(EP)

294

266

1

+28

31

PHOTO COMING SOON

N

49

Rich O’Toole

Too Good To Call

(PTO Records)

293

270

1

+23

27

 

48

50

Sundance Head

2016 & Gruene

(SH)

292

283

3

+9

26

 

Non Reports:

1st Week:  KHKX, KMRK, KOLI

2nd Week:  KAGG, KYBI, WACO

 

Freezes:

KACO, KBIM, KECO, KIOX, KMKS, KSTV, KTKO, KWEY, Texas Countdown

Copyright © 2014, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX

Music Charts Magazine® Exclusive Interview with Harold BradleyHarold Bradley - A Music Charts Magazine® Exclusive Interview

In the beginning...

Before Music Row...

Two men walked the street.

Ahead of their time or as some would say, before Music Row time existed.

Be prepared to be titillated, flabbergasted and amazed as we at MCM bring to you a never before heard interview with one of these two men - Right HERE!

Who is this man? - According to Guitar Player Magazine, the Grammys, Music Charts Magazine and multiple other sources - "Harold Bradley" is the most recorded guitarist in all of music history.

Harold Bradley has performed on hundreds of albums by country stars such as Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson, Roy Orbison, Hank Williams, and Slim Whitman. He has also performed on songs for the King of Rock -'n'- Roll... Mr. Elvis Presley.

Country Music Hall of Fame, Musicians Hall of Fame, Nashville A Team, served as the president of the Nashville chapter of the American Federation of Musicians (AFM) for almost 2 decades and was a recipient of the Trustees Award at the Grammy Awards.. this list goes on and on. Harold Bradley and his brother Owen Bradley altered the course of music history and they were the dawning of country and rock music and everything that Nashville is today. These two men have influenced music around the world and we here at Music Charts Magazine® are proud to bring you this exclusive celebrity interview with Mr. Bradley.

Where? Music Charts Magazine® - Don't miss it. - "A Music Charts Magazine® exclusive audio interview with the living legend Harold Bradley.

 

Owen and Harold built Bradley Film and Recording Studios, later known as the Quonset Hut, which was the first music-industry related business on what is now known as Music Row, in 1954.

 

 

Copyright © 2012 – 2014 Music Charts Magazine® - (www.MusicChartsMagazine.com) – All Rights Reserved. Contents of this site including text and media may not be reproduced without prior written consent. Audio and video elements of this site are property of their respective owners and are used with permission.

Music Charts Magazine® History

- Song for the month of April 2014:

Bon Jovi - "Bed Of Roses"

Bon Jovi - Bed Of Roses - Music Charts Magazine April 2014 Song of the Month

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Bed of Roses" is a rock song released by Bon Jovi in late January 1993, from the album Keep the Faith. Jon Bon Jovi wrote the song in a hotel room while suffering from a hangover and the lyrics reflects his feelings at the time. The song contains drawn out guitar riffs and soft piano playing, along with emotive and high vocals by Jon Bon Jovi.

The song's power ballad style made it a worldwide hit, and it demonstrated the band's new, more mature sound after their success as a glam metal band in the '80s. Released as a successful single in 1993, it reached #10 on the Billboard Hot 100, #5 on the top 40 mainstream, #13 in the UK Top 40, and #10 in the German Top 100.

The video for "Bed of Roses" begins with shots of Richie Sambora playing guitar high in the mountain tops, and then cuts to scenes of Jon alone in his hotel room, the band recording the song in the studio, and finally performing live on stage. Initially the video directors wanted Jon Bon Jovi to be on the mountain tops, but Jon said: "I was on top of a mountain in 'Blaze of Glory', send them" (Richie Sambora and David Bryan, who is seen playing the piano at the mountain top).

 

Read more at:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bed_of_Roses_(song)

Album

LW

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

1

1

Kevin Fowler

Love Song

(Kevin Fowler Records)

1,327

1,388

13

-61

76

 

3

2

Brian Keane

Bar Lights

(BK)

1,263

1,189

17

+74

67

 

5

3

Green River Ordinance

Flying

(GRO)

1,193

1,142

11

+51

71

 

6

4

Mark McKinney

Lonely Bones

(Texas Evolution)

1,189

1,132

12

+57

73

 

4

5

Cameran Nelson

35 Runs Both Ways

(CN)

1,189

1,148

12

+41

66

 

7

6

Josh Grider

White Van

(AMP)

1,139

1,065

8

+74

73

 

8

7

Reckless Kelly

Every Step of the Way

(No Big Deal)

1,122

1,031

11

+91

77

 

2

8

Zane Williams

Little Too Late

(ZW)

1,035

1,229

15

-194

66

 

10

9

Brandon Rhyder

Leave

(Reserve Records)

902

867

12

+35

64

 

13

10

Sam Riggs

Angola’s Lament

(SR)

895

775

18

+120

61

 

11

11

Wade Bowen w/Brandy Clark

Love in the First Degree

(Lightning Rod Records)

891

845

8

+46

60

 

14

12

John Slaughter

Ghost Town

(JS)

820

768

9

+52

60

 

15

13

Jason Eady

OK Whiskey

(JE)

731

735

14

-4

50

 

9

14

Josh Ward

Hard Whiskey

(Buckshot Records)

710

932

17

-222

53

 

21

15

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Lucky I Guess

(Proud Souls Ent.)

649

573

5

+76

62

 

18

16

Jamie Richards

I’ll Have Another

(JR)

641

617

6

+24

50

 

23

17

Mario Flores

Got A Bad Feeling

(MF)

625

536

6

+89

46

 

16

18

Aaron Watson

July in Cheyenne

(Thirty Tigers)

621

670

22

-49

42

 

19

19

Michael Coleman w/Jody Booth

Radio Don’t Sound Like Me

(DMG/CaneyCreek)

604

612

13

-8

43

 

22

20

Clayton Gardner

Table for Two

(CG)

601

566

11

+35

51

 

12

21

JB and the Moonshine Band w/Angaleena Presley

Black and White

(Light It Up Records)

594

779

18

-185

52

 

20

22

Dolly Shine

Should’ve Known

(DS)

587

609

9

-22

46

 

17

23

Uncle Lucius

Somewhere Else

(Entertainment One Music)

566

620

17

-54

46

 

27

24

Adam Fears

Middle of Nowhere

(LandStar Entertainment)

541

488

5

+53

44

 

36

25

Randy Rogers Band

Satellite

(MCA Nashville)

508

402

2

+106

51

 

30

26

Matt Caldwell

Drink Another

(AMP)

498

466

8

+32

45

 

26

27

Adam Hood

Trying To Write A Love Song

(Adam Hood Music)

483

489

5

-6

46

 

29

28

Prophets And Outlaws

Soul Shop

(Seven Set Jam Records)

448

483

7

-35

39

 

33

29

Charla Corn

In My Heart

(Sixth Street Syndicate)

441

424

4

+17

37

PHOTO COMING SOON

28

30

Rodney Parker & 50 Peso Reward

Things You Make Me Do

(Smith Ent.)

437

488

10

-51

31

 

31

31

Aubrey Lynn England

Sad Little Girl

(ALE)

435

433

8

+2

31

 

34

32

Tommy Joe Wilson

Cold Beer

(River Wild Records)

429

424

8

+5

39

 

38

33

TJ Broscoff

Falling Down

(BGM Records)

427

399

3

+28

42

 

32

34

Mike McClure Band

Silver and Blue

(598 Recordings)

410

432

10

-22

37

 

50

35

William Clark Green

Hanging Around

(Bill Grease Records)

408

263

2

+145

38

 

25

36

Cody Johnson

Dance Her Home

(CJB)

406

502

16

-96

35

 

41

37

Zach Coffey

I Love You Anyway

(ZC)

395

375

4

+20

35

 

24

38

Kylie Rae Harris

Waited

(KRH)

391

508

14

-117

36

 

35

39

Rob Baird

Same Damn Thing

(Carnival Music)

388

409

16

-21

37

 

40

40

The Dusty Smirl Band

Lubbock Lights

(TDSB)

385

385

6

-----

39

 

39

41

Jake Kellen

Whiskey Night

(Horny Toad Records)

374

386

4

-12

38

 

43

42

Midnight River Choir

Circles

(MRC)

358

320

3

+38

35

 

47

43

Cody Jinks

Alone

(CJ)

356

289

2

+67

31

 

45

44

Whiskey Myers

Dogwood

(Wiggy Thump)

349

299

2

+50

34

 

42

45

Matt Kimbrow

Abilene

(MK)

334

342

3

-8

35

 

44

46

American Aquarium

I Hope He Breaks Your Heart

(Last Chance Records)

317

318

10

-1

30

 

46

47

Riders Ford

This Ain’t a Song

(RF)

300

298

3

+2

26

 

49

48

Sundance Head

2016 & Gruene

(SH)

283

265

2

+18

21

 

N

49

Jason Helms Band

1st Class White Trash

(JHB)

282

259

1

+23

22

 

N

50

Kimberly Dunn

Sealed With a Kiss

(KD)

274

262

1

+12

31

 

Non Reports:

1st Week:  KAGG, KSTV, KXIT, KYBI, WACO

 

Freezes:

KDCD, KIXN, KMRK, KOKE, KOXE, KSEL, KXAX 

Copyright © 2014, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX

Ed Bruce with James Garner as seen in NBC Maverick (1982)

Ed Bruce - A Music Charts Magazine® Celebrity Interview

Part 1. & Part 2. - it's here!!!

William Edwin "Ed" Bruce, Jr. (born December 29, 1939) is an American country music singer, songwriter and actor. He is known for a host of things including penning the 1975 hit song "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys". "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" is a country music song first written and recorded by Ed Bruce, Ed's version of the song appears on his 1976 self-titled album for United Artists Records. In late 1975–early 1976, Bruce's rendition of the song went to number 15 on the Hot Country Singles charts. Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson covered the song on their 1978 duet album Waylon & Willie. This rendition peaked at No. 1 in March 1978 and won the 1979 Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. Ed Bruce also recorded the 1982 country number one hit "You're the Best Break This Old Heart Ever Had". He also co-starred in the television series Bret Maverick with James Garner during the 1981-82 season.

 

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About Fred's Country program:

Le program Fred's Country: La musique Country de Tradition avec Frederic (Fred) Moreau. Le program Fred's Country est diffusé sur 65 fréquences FM, 54 radios ou webradios.

Radio Show Host: Fred Moreau 

Whey Jennings - grandson of country music legend Waylon Jennings- This week's Fred's Country show includes an (Exclusive Preview) of Whey Jennings 1st rough cut recorded song "The Preacher".  - New and never heard before!  Whey Jennings is the grandson of country music legend Waylon Jennings and just now has decided to enter into country music.  Whey Jennings looks like his grandfather Waylon Jennings and he sounds like him too.  Listen up as Whey Jennings will be hitting the studio in the not so far future to record us some radio quality songs that we likely will enjoy for years to come.  Welcome to country music "Whey Jennings" and thank you for sharing with Fred's country your 1st ever recorded song in it's rough form and we all look forward to the professional studio version to come. 

Whey Jennings - played on 65 plus FM radio stations in Europe and beyond on "Fred's Country" radio show.

Program Fred's Country w15-2014 - 11 Avril 2014 à 15:00 - April 11th, 2014

 

Fred's Country - Exclusively featuring Whey Jennings ( The grandson of country music legend Waylon Jennings )

Music Charts Magazine is proud to be friends with Mr. Moreau and glad to now be one of the many to host Program Fred's Country. ( French/English)

Radio Program "Fred's Country" - Now at Music Charts Magazine!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

ALBUM

LW

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

1

1

Kevin Fowler

Love Song

(Kevin Fowler Records)

1,388

1,346

12

+42

75

 

2

2

Zane Williams

Little Too Late

(ZW)

1,229

1,295

14

-66

67

 

3

3

Brian Keane

Bar Lights

(BK)

1,189

1,133

16

+56

66

 

7

4

Cameran Nelson

35 Runs Both Ways

(CN)

1,148

1,027

11

+121

65

 

4

5

Green River Ordinance

Flying

(GRO)

1,142

1,096

10

+46

71

 

5

6

Mark McKinney

Lonely Bones

(Texas Evolution)

1,132

1,084

11

+48

74

 

8

7

Josh Grider

White Van

(AMP)

1,065

986

7

+79

69

 

9

8

Reckless Kelly

Every Step of the Way

(No Big Deal)

1,031

981

10

+50

72

 

6

9

Josh Ward

Hard Whiskey

(Buckshot Records)

932

1,055

16

-123

61

 

12

10

Brandon Rhyder

Leave

(Reserve Records)

867

774

11

+93

62

 

13

11

Wade Bowen w/Brandy Clark

Love in the First Degree

(Lightning Rod Records)

845

764

7

+81

57

 

10

12

JB and the Moonshine Band w/Angaleena Presley

Black and White

(Light It Up Records)

779

872

17

-93

56

 

14

13

Sam Riggs

Angola’s Lament

(SR)

775

737

17

+38

56

 

15

14

John Slaughter

Ghost Town

(JS)

768

711

8

+57

57

 

16

15

Jason Eady

OK Whiskey

(JE)

735

681

13

+54

51

 

11

16

Aaron Watson

July in Cheyenne

(Thirty Tigers)

670

854

21

-184

44

 

17

17

Uncle Lucius

Somewhere Else

(Entertainment One Music)

620

647

16

-27

46

 

24

18

Jamie Richards

I’ll Have Another

(JR)

617

520

5

+97

50

 

21

19

Michael Coleman w/Jody Booth

Radio Don’t Sound Like Me

(DMG/CaneyCreek)

612

573

12

+39

43

 

20

20

Dolly Shine

Should’ve Known

(DS)

609

575

8

+34

46

 

25

21

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Lucky I Guess

(Proud Souls Ent.)

573

514

4

+59

54

 

23

22

Clayton Gardner

Table for Two

(CG)

566

520

10

+46

49

 

26

23

Mario Flores

Got A Bad Feeling

(MF)

536

502

5

+34

43

 

27

24

Kylie Rae Harris

Waited

(KRH)

508

499

13

+9

43

 

19

25

Cody Johnson

Dance Her Home

(CJB)

502

598

15

-96

43

 

32

26

Adam Hood

Trying To Write A Love Song

(Adam Hood Music)

489

452

4

+37

44

 

28

27

Adam Fears

Middle of Nowhere

(LandStar Entertainment)

488

484

4

+4

43

PHOTO COMING SOON

33

28

Rodney Parker & 50 Peso Reward

Things You Make Me Do

(Smith Ent.)

488

443

9

+45

32

 

29

29

Prophets And Outlaws

Soul Shop

(Seven Set Jam Records)

483

482

6

+1

41

 

30

30

Matt Caldwell

Drink Another

(AMP)

466

456

7

+10

43

 

36

31

Aubrey Lynn England

Sad Little Girl

(ALE)

433

406

7

+27

33

 

34

32

Mike McClure Band

Silver and Blue

(598 Recordings)

432

432

9

-----

36

 

39

33

Charla Corn

In My Heart

(Sixth Street Syndicate)

424

374

3

+50

37

 

40

34

Tommy Joe Wilson

Cold Beer

(River Wild Records)

424

367

7

+57

37

 

35

35

Rob Baird

Same Damn Thing

(Carnival Music)

409

413

15

-4

40

 

N

36

Randy Rogers Band

Satellite

(MCA Nashville)

402

210

1

+192

37

 

18

37

Curtis Grimes

The Cowboy Kind

(CG)

399

610

19

-211

44

 

42

38

TJ Broscoff

Falling Down

(BGM Records)

399

355

2

+44

42

 

41

39

Jake Kellen

Whiskey Night

(Horny Toad Records)

386

363

3

+23

40

 

45

40

The Dusty Smirl Band

Lubbock Lights

(TDSB)

385

340

5

+45

39

 

44

41

Zach Coffey

I Love You Anyway

(ZC)

375

349

3

+26

35

 

48

42

Matt Kimbrow

Abilene

(MK)

342

295

2

+47

34

 

47

43

Midnight River Choir

Circles

(MRC)

320

296

2

+24

33

 

38

44

American Aquarium

I Hope He Breaks Your Heart

(Last Chance Records)

318

394

9

-76

32

 

N

45

Whiskey Myers

Dogwood

(Wiggy Thump)

299

204

1

+95

21

 

46

46

Riders Ford

This Ain’t a Song

(RF)

298

305

2

-7

27

 

N

47

Cody Jinks

Alone

(CJ)

289

284

1

+5

23

 

50

48

The Rusty Brothers

Revival

(Vision Ent.)

279

287

9

-8

26

 

N

49

Sundance Head

2016 & Gruene

(SH)

265

261

1

+4

21

 

N

50

William Clark Green

Hanging Around

(Bill Grease Records)

263

137

1

+126

21

 

Non Reports:

1st Week:  KBIM, KDCD, KVOM, TXRDR

2nd Week:  KTCS

 

Freezes:

KACO, KBST, KECO, KOKE, KOXE, KWEY

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