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JACK BLANCHARD'S COLUMN at Music Charts Magazine®

 

STUFF I WROTE IN AN OLD BOOK.

Yesterday Misty was sorting through things
and found our old appointment book dated 1982.
In the back of it I had scribbled down a lot of little “life tips”
that I’d learned over the years.
Misty and I think they helped us, so I pass a few on to you.

Be careful of other people’s pride, even when they are acting stupid.
Give them a graceful way out. Let them save face.
They could turn out to be friends if you get past the first collision.

ON STAGE:
Never audition for an audience.Don’t put yourself on trial.
Be in gentle control. Confidence without arrogance.
Hold some of yourself back. Let your talent come as a surprise.
Be unpredictable.
Cue the audience as to what they like. Laugh tracks do this on TV.
Bring them into the process.
Tell them the story behind the song or something about your life.

Speak more slowly that you may be used to.
Avoid precise speech. Maybe slur a little. Appear relaxed.
Don’t come off as hip or intellectual.
Don’t be slick. Don’t be a threat.
Be likable, pleasant, earthy. Be loose.
Look like you belong wherever you are.
Good posture and walk. Natural gestures.
Develop style… the recognition factor.
Desperation shows.

Inflate the audience. Make them feel good about themselves.
No inside jokes or private laughs with the band.
Do it all over the microphone. Don’t leave them out.

LIFE IN GENERAL:
Don’t let the competition see you as a rival.

Learn from the past but don’t feel guilty about it.
Think about your goals. Picture them.

In a negotiation, the first one to mention money loses.

Experiments have proven that children learn better and faster
surrounded by mirrors and pictures of themselves.
Many entertainers and musicians practice in front of a mirror.

Sometimes it helps to pose your material as socially relevant.

Everybody who ever does anything makes mistakes.
Stupidity is no reason not to be a success. Everybody has it.

Naturally, we couldn’t think of all these things at any one time,
but we drilled them into our brains until it became automatic.

There are more suggestions in the old book,
but I’ll save them for later.

Jack Blanchard

 

 
Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan… Grammy & CMA Award Finalists. Billboard Duet of the Year. Home Page: www.jackandmisty.net Mastering & restoration studio: 407 330 1611

Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan…
Grammy & CMA Award Finalists.
Billboard Duet of the Year.
Home Page: www.jackandmisty.net
Mastering & restoration studio: 407 330 1611

 

January 26, 2015

Album

LW

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

1

1

Aaron Watson

That Look

(BIG Label/Thirty Tigers)

1,424

1,464

10

-40

75

 

2

2

Josh Abbott Band

Hangin’ Around

(Warner/Atlantic)

1,375

1,447

15

-72

72

 

4

3

Roger Creager

Road Show

(Roger Creager Music)

1,328

1,238

10

+90

70

 

5

4

Randy Rogers Band

She’s Gonna Run

(MCA Nashville)

1,268

1,215

14

+53

74

 

6

5

William Clark Green

Sympathy

(Bill Grease Records)

1,244

1,196

10

+48

69

 

3

6

Kyle Park

Turn That Crown Upside Down

(Indie/Thirty Tigers)

1,187

1,271

14

-84

70

 

7

7

Reckless Kelly

The Girl I Knew

(No Big Deal)

1,140

1,181

11

-41

72

 

8

8

Curtis Grimes

Baby Don’t Cry

(CG)

1,117

1,169

13

-52

66

 

10

9

Cody Johnson

Cowboy Like Me

(CJB)

1,085

971

4

+114

71

 

9

10

Sam Riggs

Hold On and Let Go

(SR)

1,068

1,041

20

+27

65

 

11

11

Cody Canada and the Departed

Inbetweener

(Underground Sound)

948

940

9

+8

57

 

12

12

Zane Williams

Texas Like That

(ZW)

871

923

9

-52

62

 

15

13

TJ Broscoff

My Dear

(BGM Records)

867

780

11

+87

57

 

16

14

Granger Smith

Bury Me in Blue Jeans

(Independent/Thirty Tigers)

794

759

5

+35

68

 

17

15

Brandon Rhyder

That’s Just Me

(Reserve Records)

780

749

12

+31

59

 

18

16

Whiskey Myers

Early Morning Shakes

(Wiggy Thump)

709

719

10

-10

52

 

19

17

Will Hoge

Middle of America

(WH)

693

717

7

-24

53

 

20

18

Green River Ordinance

She Is In The Air

(GRO)

691

715

12

-24

52

 

23

19

Mike Ryan

Wasting No More Whiskey

(MR)

661

566

4

+95

54

PHOTO COMING SOON

27

20

Casey Donahew Band

Not Ready to Say Goodnight

(Almost Country)

644

496

3

+148

52

 

22

21

Matt Kimbrow

Lovin’ So Blind

(MK)

634

578

9

+56

47

 

13

22

Wade Bowen

When I Woke Up Today

(Lightning Rod Records)

618

906

16

-288

41

 

14

23

Pat Green w/Lyle Lovett

Girls From Texas

(Sugar Hill Records)

590

866

16

-276

37

 

30

24

Kimberly Dunn

Trashy Side

(KD)

536

475

5

+61

47

 

25

25

Thom Shepherd

Beer Pong Anthem

(Twang Thang)

515

521

7

-6

40

 

31

26

Jeremy Steding

My Own American Dream

(JS)

504

474

8

+30

43

 

29

27

Adam Fears

There’s A Girl Out There

(LandStar Entertainment)

485

481

10

+4

41

 

28

28

Prophets And Outlaws

Shine On Me

(Seven Set Jam Records)

462

486

9

-24

37

 

33

29

Ray Johnston Band

No Bad Days

(lil dude records)

452

456

4

-4

40

 

32

30

Paul Thorn

Everything’s Gonna Be Alright

(Perpetual Obscurity Records)

440

467

6

-27

33

 

35

31

Abbi Walker

Southern Soul

(AW)

417

421

7

-4

36

 

40

32

Breelan Angel

Pocket Change

(BA)

413

384

3

+29

42

 

26

33

Aaron Einhouse

Blue Collar Troubadour

(AE)

397

497

14

-100

27

 

37

34

Clayton Gardner

Don’t Miss It

(CG)

379

416

6

-37

36

 

21

35

John Slaughter

Horseshoes & Hand Grenades

(JS)

372

617

21

-245

36

 

42

36

Zach Coffey

Comin’ Back Around

(ZC)

349

353

5

-4

32

 

41

37

Matt Caldwell

I’d Like To Know

(AMP)

339

382

8

-43

31

 

24

38

Stoney LaRue

Golden Shackles

(eOne Music)

338

539

18

-201

36

 

N

39

Wade Bowen

West Texas Rain

(Lightning Rod Records)

318

128

1

+190

31

 

46

40

Cody Bryan Band

Corpus Christi Heartbreaker

(CBB)

316

280

2

+36

39

 

44

41

Junior Gordon

I’d Find You

(JG)

313

310

2

+3

38

 

N

42

Micky & the Motorcars

Long Road to Nowhere

(Smith Ent.)

309

208

1

+101

32

 

N

43

Stoney LaRue

Aviator

(eOne Music)

308

193

1

+115

39

 

47

44

Chance Anderson

Two Red Lights

(CA)

301

278

2

+23

33

 

43

45

Jason Eady

Lonesome Down and Out

(JE)

300

347

14

-47

25

 

45

46

The Warhorses

Leave Me Alone

(TW)

278

284

2

-6

28

 

N

47

Deryl Dodd

Who Am I

(Smith Ent.)

264

244

1

+20

27

 

N

48

Stephen Chadwick

Hell of a Time to Go Crazy

(Stag Records)

261

233

1

+28

28

 

49

49

Silo Road

4 Quarters

(SR)

258

257

2

+1

25

 

N

50

Jake Kellen

Amarillo Highway

(Horny Toad Records)

243

197

1

+46

22

 

Non Reports:

1st Week:  KFWR, KXOX, KYBI

2nd Week:  KBSO, KCCT, KMKT, KORA

 

Freezes:  KABW, KMKS, KOLI, KOOV/KRMX, KSTV, KWEY, KXAX

 

On Hold:  TXRDR

 

Freezes: KMKT

 

New! Profiles of Texas Radio Reporters here

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

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HOTDISC TOP 40
 
  25 January 2015

 

This is a list of the Top 40 Most Popular Songs released on the Rush Released promotional CD. Each week DJs and media people who receive Rush Released send back their reaction sheets where they are given the chance to rate every song. This chart is exclusively for clients of the Rush Released CD.  The chart is published weekly here, and also in Country Music People, Country Music & Dance, Up Country and Southern Country magazines.

To watch the video for each song (where available) click on the titles.

01

03

Dead End Of The Dirt Road
KENNY BUTTERILL

02 02

Good News
BYRON HILL

03

01

Lonelyville
BERNIE NELSON

04

05

Zeros
BILLY YATES

05

04

Just Another Love Song
HALEY & MICHAELS 

06

09

Parading In Your Rain
TARIA

07

06

Where Are You
MEXICAN JOE WALKER

08 07

He’s Messed Up!!!  
JO DEE MESSINA

09

10

Lost My Baby Blues
DAVID FRIZZELL

10 11

Scream
KATIE ARMIGER

 

 

 

 

11

12

Not Tonight, I’ve Got A Heartache
MOORE & MOORE

12

08

Better At Night
TATE STEVENS

13

16

Tear Stained Letter 
JO EL SONNIER 

14

18

Tailspin
SWEETWATER RAIN 

15 14

Since We Went To Sleep
CRASH n RECOVERY  

16

20

Rain On My Side
LIV AUSTEN & THE BANNED

17 13

TRAVELLIN’ SOLDIER
MEGAN ADAMS

18

15

Through The Cracks
BRANDON ALAN

19

17

Feels Like Coming Home
DAVID STARR  

20

24

She’s Not Really Cheatin’
MOE BANDY 

 

 

 

 

21

19

Drunk Americans
TOBY KEITH

22

26

Vacation Gravity
DAVID HILGENFELDT PROJECT

23

28

He’s A Heartache
JANIE FRICKE

24

22

Mosaic
BEAU + LUCI

25

21

New Country Singers
JAMES CAROTHERS

26 30

Rosanna Del Rey
OWEN MOORE

27 23

That’ll Be The Day
MERLE HAGGARD

28

25

Watching It Go
EVERLY BROTHERS

29 27

Enjoy The Ride
BRIAN COLLINS

30

33

Black Crow
MITCHELL TENPENNY 

 

 

 

 

31

31

I Was Born To Love You
VISH

32

36

Photograph Of You
KERRIGAN LA-BROOY

33

35

I’m Letting Go
C W MONTGOMERY

34

29

Jose Cuervo  
SHELLY WEST 

35 39

The Preacher
KEITH SHAW

36

NE

Elvis, Jerry Lee And Me
ACE DIAMOND  

37

40

Ava’s Song
GEORGE GOODFELLOW &THE GLG BAND

38

37

Hometown Hottie  
LOCATION OF INCIDENT

39 38

Miranda In The Moonlight
GORDON JENSEN

40

32

Making Grown Men Cry
THE DIABLOS

THE HOTDISC BRITISH & IRISH INDEPENDENT TOP 10

01

01

Where Are You
MEXICAN JOE WALKER

02

03

Rain On My Side
LIV AUSTEN & THE BANNED

03

02

Travellin’ Soldier
MEGAN ADAMS

04

04

Rosanna Del Rey
OWEN MOORE

05

07

The Preacher
KEITH SHAW

06

08

Ava’s Song
GEORGE GOODFELLOW & THE GLG BAND

07

05

Making Grown Men Cry
THE DIABLOS

08

06

Adalida
SUSAN McCANN

09

09

Pride
IAN HIGHLAND feat. FRANK JENNINGS

10

10

Raise That Bar
TONY CLARKE

 

The Hotdisc chart is compiled from DJs and industry professionals’ ratings of songs currently being promoted on the Rush Released CD. They are not airplay charts, as airplay charts cannot work in Europe because there are no terrestrial country stations. The hundreds of country programmes on air which we service are likely to play a particular song only twice at most in a three month period, therefore rendering airplay charts insignificant in Europe. It works well in America where there are plenty of non-stop country stations but it does not work here. Any Airplay Chart you may see claiming to provide this service is bogus and Hotdisc does not condone these charts at all. They are misleading at best for the reasons stated.

The Hotdisc charts are put together weekly using ratings supplied by DJs who give scores to every song on the last three months’ editions of Rush Released. The scores are averaged out per week to give an accurate guide to the songs which are being championed by the industry. The aim is to showcase the songs which the industry professionals are flagging up as quality songs. This is a very useful exercise as it is free of politics, hype and rigging and done solely on merit!

Copyright © 2015, Hotdisc, The Old Manse, Hallidays Park, Selkirk, TD7 4LA, Scotland. Used with permission from HotDisk.

HotDisc Top 40 at Music Charts Magazine

Paul Revere and The Raiders in 1967. Front - Paul Revere, Mike Smith. Center - Jim Valley, Mark Lindsay. Back - Phil VolkPaul Revere & the Raiders was an American rock band that saw considerable U.S. mainstream success in the second half of the 1960s and early 1970s. Among their hits were the songs “Kicks” (1966; ranked number 400 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time), “Hungry” (1966), “Him Or Me – What’s It Gonna Be?” (1967) and the Platinum-certified classic #1 single “Indian Reservation (The Lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian)” (1971).

Paul Revere has a style: a sixth sense for pleasing an audience. The magic chemistry of his personality has been a major factor in the Raiders’ rise to popularity; and not by sheer accident. He has created, over a period of time, a highly polished act built on warmth and spontaneity.

Paul has a knack for finding the finest talent and personalities to keep his group a top entertaining act year after year.

The group consists of founding member Paul Revere, Doug Heath (group’s lead guitarist for over 35 years), Ron Foos (bassist for over 35 years), Danny Krause (keyboardist for over 28 years), Darren Dowler (lead vocalist and Vocal Group Hall of Fame inductee) and Tommy Scheckel (drummer and newest member).

 

Push play on the player below, sit back, and enjoy listening to this wonderful audio interview with award winning DJ Jimmy Jay and the legendary Paul Revere of “Paul Revere and The Raiders”.  Paul Revere (January 7, 1938 — October 4, 2014) will be missed and never forgotten.  Listen as he tells about stories of his life, career, and the places he’s been and seen.  Many thanks to DJ Jimmy Jay from the radio show “Rewind” www.RewindShow.com for allowing Music Charts Magazine® fans to hear this.

 

 

Paul Revere organized the Raiders in 1958 in Idaho. A few of the highlights of Paul Revere’s
outstanding career are:

  1. Paul Revere and the Raiders were the first rock group to be signed with Columbia Records
    with the 1963 recording of “Louie Louie”.
  2. In 1965-1966 Paul Revere and the Raiders were featured on the ABC TV five-day-a-week
    network show “Where the Action Is” produced by Dick Clark.
  3. Paul Revere and the Raiders appeared on 520 episodes of “Where the Action Is” a network
    TV show on ABC.
  4. In 1968 & 1969 Paul Revere co-hosted a weekly ABC TV series, “Happening”
    produced by Dick Clark

 

During their career Paul Revere and The Raiders also had 23 consecutive hit singles!
Some of which include:

Paul Revere and the Raiders Indian Reservation Paul Revere and the Raiders Kicks
Paul Revere and the Raiders Just Like Me Paul Revere and the Raiders Hungry
Paul Revere and the Raiders Steppin’ Out Paul Revere and the Raiders Good Thing
Paul Revere and the Raiders Ups and Downs Paul Revere and the Raiders Him or Me – What’s It Gonna Be?
Paul Revere and the Raiders Stepping Stone Paul Revere and the Raiders Louie Louie
Paul Revere and the Raiders Let Me Paul Revere and the Raiders Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon
Paul Revere and the Raiders Birds of a Feather Paul Revere and the Raiders The Great Airplane Strike
Paul Revere and the Raiders Like Long Hair Paul Revere and the Raiders I Had A Dream

 

Paul Revere and The Raiders GTO Coach

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul Revere and The Raiders GTO Coach

www.PaulRevereAndTheRaiders.com

 

 

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January 19, 2015

Album

LW

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

   

1

Aaron Watson

That Look

(BIG Label/Thirty Tigers)

1,464

 

9

 

78

   

2

Josh Abbott Band

Hangin’ Around

(Warner/Atlantic)

1,447

 

14

 

74

   

3

Kyle Park

Turn That Crown Upside Down

(Indie/Thirty Tigers)

1,271

 

13

 

72

   

4

Roger Creager

Road Show

(Roger Creager Music)

1,238

 

9

 

72

   

5

Randy Rogers Band

She’s Gonna Run

(MCA Nashville)

1,215

 

13

 

73

   

6

William Clark Green

Sympathy

(Bill Grease Records)

1,196

 

9

 

71

   

7

Reckless Kelly

The Girl I Knew

(No Big Deal)

1,181

 

10

 

74

   

8

Curtis Grimes

Baby Don’t Cry

(CG)

1,169

 

12

 

69

   

9

Sam Riggs

Hold On and Let Go

(SR)

1,041

 

19

 

64

   

10

Cody Johnson

Cowboy Like Me

(CJB)

971

 

3

 

67

   

11

Cody Canada and the Departed

Inbetweener

(Underground Sound)

940

 

8

 

58

   

12

Zane Williams

Texas Like That

(ZW)

923

 

8

 

65

   

13

Wade Bowen

When I Woke Up Today

(Lightning Rod Records)

906

 

15

 

55

   

14

Pat Green w/Lyle Lovett

Girls From Texas

(Sugar Hill Records)

866

 

15

 

47

   

15

TJ Broscoff

My Dear

(BGM Records)

780

 

10

 

57

   

16

Granger Smith

Bury Me in Blue Jeans

(Independent/Thirty Tigers)

759

 

4

 

66

   

17

Brandon Rhyder

That’s Just Me

(Reserve Records)

749

 

11

 

59

   

18

Whiskey Myers

Early Morning Shakes

(Wiggy Thump)

719

 

9

 

53

   

19

Will Hoge

Middle of America

(WH)

717

 

6

 

54

   

20

Green River Ordinance

She Is In The Air

(GRO)

715

 

11

 

56

   

21

John Slaughter

Horseshoes & Hand Grenades

(JS)

617

 

20

 

47

   

22

Matt Kimbrow

Lovin’ So Blind

(MK)

578

 

8

 

45

   

23

Mike Ryan

Wasting No More Whiskey

(MR)

566

 

3

 

48

   

24

Stoney LaRue

Golden Shackles

(eOne Music)

539

 

17

 

48

   

25

Thom Shepherd

Beer Pong Anthem

(Twang Thang)

521

 

6

 

41

   

26

Aaron Einhouse

Blue Collar Troubadour

(AE)

497

 

13

 

29

PHOTO COMING SOON  

27

Casey Donahew Band

Not Ready to Say Goodnight

(Almost Country)

496

 

2

 

42

   

28

Prophets And Outlaws

Shine On Me

(Seven Set Jam Records)

486

 

8

 

35

   

29

Adam Fears

There’s A Girl Out There

(LandStar Entertainment)

481

 

9

 

43

   

30

Kimberly Dunn

Trashy Side

(KD)

475

 

4

 

43

   

31

Jeremy Steding

My Own American Dream

(JS)

474

 

7

 

43

   

32

Paul Thorn

Everything’s Gonna Be Alright

(Perpetual Obscurity Records)

467

 

5

 

33

   

33

Ray Johnston Band

No Bad Days

(lil dude records)

456

 

3

 

41

   

34

Gabe Garcia

Missing

(396 Entertainment)

424

 

14

 

34

   

35

Abbi Walker

Southern Soul

(AW)

421

 

6

 

36

   

36

Jon Wolfe

What Are You Doin’ Right Now

(JW)

419

 

17

 

35

   

37

Clayton Gardner

Don’t Miss It

(CG)

416

 

5

 

39

   

38

Mark McKinney

Maybe We Should

(Texas Evolution)

411

 

18

 

40

   

39

Brian Keane

You Can’t Go Home

(BK)

392

 

21

 

35

   

40

Breelan Angel

Pocket Change

(BA)

384

 

2

 

41

   

41

Matt Caldwell

I’d Like To Know

(AMP)

382

 

7

 

41

   

42

Zach Coffey

Comin’ Back Around

(ZC)

353

 

4

 

32

   

43

Jason Eady

Lonesome Down and Out

(JE)

347

 

13

 

28

 

N

44

Junior Gordon

I’d Find You

(JG)

310

 

1

 

36

 

N

45

The Warhorses

Leave Me Alone

(TW)

284

 

1

 

26

 

N

46

Cody Bryan Band

Corpus Christi Heartbreaker

(CBB)

280

 

1

 

36

 

N

47

Chance Anderson

Two Red Lights

(CA)

278

 

1

 

29

   

48

Jake Ward w/Melissa Brooke

Hit The Road

(JW)

259

 

11

 

30

 

N

49

Silo Road

4 Quarters

(SR)

257

 

1

 

24

   

50

The Rusty Brothers

The Devil (Revisited)

(Vision Ent.)

256

 

16

 

18

 

Non Reports:

1st Week:  KBIM, KBSO, KCCT, KCTI, KHKX, KMOU, KORA, KOXE, Texas Countdown

2nd Week:  TXRDR

 

Freezes:  KMKT

 

 New! Profiles of Texas Radio Reporters here

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

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HOTDISC TOP 40
 
  18 January 2015

 

This is a list of the Top 40 Most Popular Songs released on the Rush Released promotional CD. Each week DJs and media people who receive Rush Released send back their reaction sheets where they are given the chance to rate every song. This chart is exclusively for clients of the Rush Released CD.  The chart is published weekly here, and also in Country Music People, Country Music & Dance, Up Country and Southern Country magazines.

To watch the video for each song (where available) click on the titles.

01

01

Lonelyville
BERNIE NELSON

02 03

Good News
BYRON HILL

03

07

Dead End Of The Dirt Road
KENNY BUTTERILL

04

02

Just Another Love Song
HALEY & MICHAELS 

05

06

Zeros
BILLY YATES

06

04

Where Are You
MEXICAN JOE WALKER

07 05

He's Messed Up!!!  
JO DEE MESSINA

08

08

Better At Night
TATE STEVENS

09

09

Parading In Your Rain
TARIA

10

13

Lost My Baby Blues
DAVID FRIZZELL

 

 

 

 

11 15

Scream
KATIE ARMIGER

12

14

Not Tonight, I've Got A Heartache
MOORE & MOORE

13 10

TRAVELLIN' SOLDIER
MEGAN ADAMS

14 11

Since We Went To Sleep
CRASH n RECOVERY  

15

12

Through The Cracks
BRANDON ALAN

16

22

Tear Stained Letter 
JO EL SONNIER 

17

16

Feels Like Coming Home
DAVID STARR  

18

26

Tailspin
SWEETWATER RAIN 

19

17

Drunk Americans
TOBY KEITH

20

28

Rain On My Side
LIV AUSTEN & THE BANNED

 

 

 

 

21

18

New Country Singers
JAMES CAROTHERS

22

20

Mosaic
BEAU + LUCI

23 19

That'll Be The Day
MERLE HAGGARD

24

24

She's Not Really Cheatin'
MOE BANDY 

25

25

Watching It Go
EVERLY BROTHERS

26

33

Vacation Gravity
DAVID HILGENFELDT PROJECT

27 23

Enjoy The Ride
BRIAN COLLINS

28

34

He's A Heartache
JANIE FRICKE

29

21

Jose Cuervo  
SHELLY WEST 

30 36

Rosanna Del Rey
OWEN MOORE

 

 

 

 

31

29

I Was Born To Love You
VISH

32

31

Making Grown Men Cry
THE DIABLOS

33

39

Black Crow
MITCHELL TENPENNY 

34

30

Adalida
SUSAN McCANN  

35

40

I'm Letting Go
C W MONTGOMERY

36

38

Photograph Of You
KERRIGAN LA-BROOY

37

32

Hometown Hottie  
LOCATION OF INCIDENT

38 27

Miranda In The Moonlight
GORDON JENSEN

39 NE

The Preacher
KEITH SHAW

40

NE

Ava's Song
GEORGE GOODFELLOW &THE GLG BAND

THE HOTDISC BRITISH & IRISH INDEPENDENT TOP 10

01

01

Where Are You
MEXICAN JOE WALKER

02

02

Travellin' Soldier
MEGAN ADAMS

03

03

Rain On My Side
LIV AUSTEN & THE BANNED

04

07

Rosanna Del Rey
OWEN MOORE

05

05

Making Grown Men Cry
THE DIABLOS

06

04

Adalida
SUSAN McCANN

07

10

The Preacher
KEITH SHAW

08

NE

Ava's Song
GEORGE GOODFELLOW & THE GLG BAND

09

06

Pride
IAN HIGHLAND feat. FRANK JENNINGS

10

08

Raise That Bar
TONY CLARKE

 

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