Hit 100 Highlights: 10/6-10/12/19 Edition Chart

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

Who’s #1?
“God’s Country” by Blake Shelton was guaranteed to be #1 again this week thanks to a huge lead in points over the next closest song; this is the 8th week at #1 for “God’s Country.”

Rest of the Top 10

  • #2) “Dusty Gravel Road” by The Family Sowell (no change)
  • #3) “I Promise You” by Nick Hedden (up 2)
  • #4) “What If I Never Get Over You” by Lady Antebellum (down 1)
  • #5) “It All Comes Out in the Wash” by Miranda Lambert (up 5)
  • #6) “Every Girl in This Town” by Trisha Yearwood (no change)
  • #7) “Everyday Heroes” by Sonny Morgan (up 2)
  • #8) “Nothin’ on You” by Cody Johnson (up 4)
  • #9) “Hard Luck” by Tanya Tucker (down 2)
  • #10) “Love Me Anyway” by P!nk ft. Chris Stapleton (down 2)

Hit 100 Debuts

This week, there were 11 Hit 100 debuts.

76Riders Ford ft. Kensie Coppin“Natural Disaster”
88Aaron Watson“Country Radio”
89Maren Morris“The Bones”
92Gena Britt“Over and Over”
93The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys“Bidding American Goodbye”
96Jana Kramer“Good Enough”
97Angus Gill“Welcome to My Heart”
98George Strait“The Weight of the Badge”
99Irene Kelley“The Hills of Home”
100Genevieve Fisher“Outta Towners”

Highest Hit Song From Each of the Sources:

  • Australia: “Little Things” by Jessica Mauboy at #27 (down 1)
  • Canada: “I Promise You” by Nick Hedden at #3 (up 2)
  • Indie: “Wrecked” by Turnpike Troubadours at #16 (up 5)
  • Roots: “Dusty Gravel Road” by The Family Sowell at #2 (no change)
  • Texas Regional: “Everyday Heroes” by Sonny Morgan at #7 (up 2)
  • Tribute Songs: “May the Bird of Paradise Fly up Your Nose” by Little Jimmy Dickens at #21 (up 4)
  • United States: “God’s Country” by Blake Shelton at #1 (no change)

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; th\e 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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