4/7-4/13 Fan Voted Chart Hit 100 Highlights

NOTE: Click here to go to the Hit 100 page.

Who’s #1?
“Speak Love” by The Family Sowell held onto its spot atop the Fan Voted Chart this week and even increased its lead in Points by 32 over the song at #2 and currently is 240 points ahead of the song at #3 (which is about to become the new song at #2); this week marks the 10th week at #1 for “Speak Love.”

Rest of the Top 10

  • #2) “Leave Her Wild” by Sundance Head (no change)
  • #3) “I’m Diggin’ It” by Jessie Lynn (no change)
  • #4) “Stronger Than Me” by Garth Brooks (no change)
  • #5) “Sometimes I Cry” by Chris Stapleton (no change)
  • #6) “Beautiful Crazy” by Luke Combs (no change)
  • #7) “The Finer Things” by Holly Tucker (up 1)
  • #8) “Where Nobody Knows My Name” by The Gibson Brothers (up 3)
  • #9) “Raised on Country” by Chris Young (up 7)
  • #10) “I Saw the Light” by Josh Turner (up 2)

Hit 100 Debuts
This week, there were 13 Hit 100 debuts.

Position Artist/Group Song
86 Dustin Lynch “Ridin’ Roads”
87 Danielle Bradbery & Parker McCollum “Shallow”
88 Blake Shelton “God’s Country”
89 Volume Five “The Lonesome Cry of the Whippoorwill”
91 Jason Owen “The Power of Love”
93 Zane Williams “Good Man to Have Around”
94 Big Country Bluegrass “Carolina Traveler”
95 Bailey Bryan “Songbird”
96 Dallas Remington “Boy in a Band”
97 Morgan Evans “Young Again”
98 Nothin’ Fancy “The Footsteps That I’ve Followed”
99 Cody Wayne “Small Town”
100 Tenille Townes “White Horse”

Highest Hit Song From Each of the Sources:

  • Australia: “Every Girl Wants a Cowboy” by Rachel Jillet at #37 (up 8)
  • Canada: “She Gets Me” by Washboard Union at #78 (up 8)
  • Indie: “I’m Diggin’ It” by Jessie Lynn at #3 (no change)
  • Roots: “Speak Love” by The Family Sowell at #1 (no change)
  • Texas Regional: “The Finer Things” by Holly Tucker at #7 (no change)
  • United States: “Leave Her Wild” by Sundance Head at #2 (no change)
  • Tribute Songs: “Sixteen Tons” by Tennessee Ernie Ford at #23 (up 5)

Want to see the entire Fan Voted Chart?
On the Hit 100 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.

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