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“Six Strings and Diamond Rings” by Taylor Hicks repeats at #1 this week, making it three weeks in a row.
Rest of the Top 5
- #2) “Refuge” by Randy Moore (no change)
- #3) “God and My Girlfriends” by Reba McEntire (no change)
- #4) “Can’t Slow Down” by the Dushane Band (no change)
- #5) “If It’s Not You” by Benton Blount (up 1)
“Can’t Slow Down” by the Dushane Band was the Hot Song this week, which helped it climb from #4 last week to #4 (but closer to #3) on this week’s chart. The Hot Song is the song with the highest Vote Score* during the voting for the chart each week and receives 5 Bonus Points on top of what it earned where it finished in the voting.
“You’re All Mine” by Two Gun Hattie was this week’s Top Debut, debuting at #68. The Top Debut is the song making its first appearance in the Top 75 this week at a position higher than any of the other debuts.
Other Top 75 Debuts
This week, there was 4 other Top 75 debuts:
|71||Bobby Bare||“I Drink”||IND|
|72||Jack Lawless & Rebecca Mae||“Everyday Thing”||IND|
|75||Jasmine Rae||“Fly Away”||AUS|
Highest Hit Song From Each of the Sources:
- Australia: “Always on My Mind” by Jessica Mauboy & Warren H. Williams at #32 (up 2)
- Canada: “We Ran Out” by Justin LaBrash at #38 (up 2)
- Indie: “Six Strings and Diamond Rings” by Taylor Hicks at #1 (no change)
- Roots: “Choctaw Hayride” by Alisom Krauss & Union Station at #6 (up 1)
- Texas Regional: “Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound” by Cody Jinks at #16 (no change)
- United States: “God and My Girlfriends” by Reba McEntire at #3 (no change)
Want to see the entire Fan Voted Chart?
On the Top 75 page, there are two links about the chart. One link takes you to the Chart Website; the other link takes you to the Chart Page on the website that allows you to see the full chart with details on every single song that is on this week’s chart.
*–Vote Score = # of Votes divided by the Probability of Receiving a Vote. This formula was instituted for the Hot Song beginning with the voting for the 2/22-2/28/15 Chart, but was renamed Power Score for the “Power of the Vote” song starting with the 8/23-8/29/15 Chart. Eventually, the song name was changed back to the Hot Song and the score was called the Vote Score beginning with the 8/28-9/3/16 Chart.