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As I mentioned in my Voting Preview Post, “Always Have Mexico” by Travis Rice was guaranteed to stay at #1 this week for a fourth week in a row.
Rest of the Top 10
- #2) “She Got the Best of Me” by Luke Combs (no change)
- #3) “All Day Long” by Garth Brooks (no change)
- #4) “Must Be the Whiskey” by Cody Jinks (no change)
- #5) “Turnin’ Me On” by Blake Shelton (up 1)
- #6) “Millionaire” by Chris Stapleton (up 2)
- #7) “Love Ain’t” by Eli Young Band (down 2)
- #8) “Night Shift” by Jon Pardi (up 1)
- #9) “’Til It’s Just a Memory” by Chris Henderson (down 2)
- #10) “Wouldn’t Want to Be Like You” by Sheryl Crow ft. Annie Clark (no change)
“Your Love” by Backline was the Hot Song this week. The Hot Song is the song with the highest Vote Score* during the voting for the chart each week and receives 10 Bonus Points on top of what it earned where it finished in the voting.
“Ladies in the ‘90s” by Lauren Alaina was this week’s Top Debut, debuting at #65. 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 were 6 other Top 75 debuts:
|69||Montgomery Gentry||“Drink Along Song”|
|70||Brothers Osborne||“I Don’t Remember Me (Before You)”|
|72||Tim McGraw||“Neon Church”|
|73||Rascal Flatts||“Back to Life”|
|74||Sister Sadie||“Losing You Blues”|
|75||Morgan Evans||“Day Drunk”|
Highest Hit Song From Each of the Sources:
- Australia: “Day Drunk” by Morgan Evans at #75 (debut)
- Canada: “’Til It’s Just a Memory” by Chris Henderson at #9 (down 2)
- Indie: “Always Have Mexico” by Travis Rice at #1 (no change)
- Roots: “Shield of Faith” by Alison Krauss & Union Station at #11 (up 4)
- Texas Regional: “Must Be the Whiskey” by Cody Jinks at #4 (no change)
- United States: “She Got the Best of Me” by Luke Combs at #2 (no change)
- Tribute Songs: None on the chart at this time
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.