Fan Voted Chart Hit 100

Welcome to the Fan Voted Chart Hit 100 Page!  The Hit 100 are considered “hits” here on The Fan Voted Chart.  Songs who make it to the Hit 100 are the 100 songs that have accumulated the most points over their time on the chart.  The chart is sorted by cumulative points, which songs earn each week in the voting based on where they ranked among the competition.  To see how to be a part of the voting each week, please click here.

Here is the Hit 100 for the week of 12/8-12/14/19

This voting was created using the “Voting to Create the 12/8-12/14/19 Edition Chart” that ran from Tuesday, 12/3 until Thursday, 12/5 (Wednesday, 12/4 to Friday, 12/6 for my Australian artists and voters).

11The Family Sowell“Dusty Gravel Road”(8)1233RM
22Sonny Morgan“Everyday Heroes”678TEX
33Miranda Lambert“It All Comes Out in the Wash”610USA
45Luke Combs“Beer Never Broke My Heart”502USA
56Brooks & Dunn with Kane Brown“Believe”486USA
64Randy Travis“Lead Me Home”457IND
714Jason Aldean“We Back”439USA
89George Strait“The Weight of the Badge”436USA
98Thomas Rhett“Remember You Young”435USA
107Holly Tucker“Take Me Fishin'”433TEX
1111Riley Green“I Wish Grandpas Never Died”428USA
1215Kevin Forrest Clark“Five Foot Feisty”425TEX
1312Craig Morgan“The Father, My Son and the Holy Ghost”400USA
1416Zac Brown Band“Leaving Love Behind”367USA
1517Buck Owens“Made in Japan”356TBT
1618Rodney Atkins“Thank God for You”353USA
1723Chris Young“Drowning”353USA
1819Sister Sadie“Morning Sky”349RM
1924Casey Baker“Life Has Taken It’s Toll on Me”345TEX
2021Florida Georgia Line“Blessings”337USA
2126Eric Church“Monsters”331USA
2225Aaron Watson“Country Radio”322USA
2322Royal South“Cry, Cry”317USA
2428Calamity Janes“Gone to Texas”310TEX
2513Little Big Town“Over Drinking”304USA
2627Sideline“All Because of Me”294RM
2720Maren Morris“The Bones”292USA
2829Cassadee Pope“I’ve Been Good”264USA
2930Riders Ford ft. Kensie Coppin“Natural Disaster”260TEX
3033Blake Shelton ft. Trace Adkins“Hell Right”253USA
3132Jana Kramer“Good Enough”251USA
3231Kip Moore“She’s Mine”248USA
3336Season Ammons“Desperately in Love”235TEX
3439Kacey Musgraves“Rainbow”235USA
3534Billy Ray Cyrus & Johnny McGuire“Chevys and Fords”224USA
3635Justin Moore“Why We Drink”219USA
3737Jake Gill“These Boots”204USA
3842Hootie & The Blowfish“Hold On”200USA
3940Becky Buller“Written in the Back of the Book”199RM
4041Lauren Alaina“Getting Good”198USA
4138Merle Monroe“Singing Crazy (Like Patsy Cline)”194RM
4246Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver“Shenandoah Breakdown” (Live)160RM
4344Big Country Bluegrass“Keep on Going”142RM
4449Bellamy Brothers“Over the Moon”135TEX
4545Cory Morrow“Let’s Take This Outside”131TEX
4647Dan + Shay ft. Justin Bieber“10,000 Hours”121USA
4752Carly Pearce and Lee Brice“I Hope You’re Happy Now”116USA
4850Mikayla Lane“Diamonds”108USA
4958Luke Bryan“What She Wants Tonight”105USA
5051Bri Bagwell“Asphalt and Concrete”101TEX
5155Katy McKenzie“Advice I Didn’t Take”96TEX
5248Irene Kelley“The Hills of Home”88RM
5357Chris Moreau“Goin’ to Texas”88TEX
5465Roger Miller“King of the Road”83TBT
5554Ghost Dance Band“Perfect Night”80TEX
5656Sam Hunt“Kinfolks”79USA
5767Flatland Cavalry“Come Back Down”73TEX
5861Lefty Frizzell“If You’ve Got the Money (I’ve Got the Time)”65TBT
5959The Mavericks“Swingin'”65USA
6053Ashley McBryde“One Night Standards”62USA
6160Colt Ford ft. Mitchell Tenpenny“Slow Ride”60USA
6263Drew Moreland“You Call It Texas, I Call It Home”58TEX
6364Stoney LaRue“Message in a Bottle”58TEX
6466Kinky Friedman“The Bridge That Wouldn’t Burn”57RM
6568The Highwomen“Redesigning Women”53USA
6669Cody Jinks“Same Kind of Crazy as Me”52TEX
6792Carrie Underwood“Drinking Alone”46USA
6872Runaway Dixie“Red Flowers”36AUS
6995Steven Curtis Chapman“I’ll Fly Away”34RM
7084Backline“Good Cause I’m Gone”33RM
7174Jeannie C. Riley“There Never Was a Time”33IND
7271Tenille Townes“Jersey on the Wall (I’m Just Asking)”30USA
73NEWSteve Earle“Desperados Waiting for a Train”27RM
7498Kendall Shaffer“Honky Tonkin’ (Whoever Said It Was Easy)”26TEX
7578Runaway June“Head Over Heels”25USA
7685Emily Miller“Dear Lonely”23IND
7779Mike Ryan“Dear Country Music”22TEX
7880Darrin Morris Band“Dancin’ in the Rain”22TEX
7986Chris Lane“Big, Big Plans”22USA
8087Kristy Cox“Train”19AUS
8183LANCO“What I See”19USA
8290Molly Tuttle“Sit Back and Watch It Roll”17RM
8389Paige King Johnson“Water Down the Whiskey”16USA
8496Nick Hedden“Wish You Could Be My Girl”15CAN
8594Dallas Smith“Timeless”14CAN
86NEWGranger Smith“That’s Why I Love Dirt Roads”12USA
8799Gary R. Smith“I Found Jesus in Nashville”11IND
88NEWGina Jeffreys“Do That”10AUS
89100William Clark Green“She Loves Horses”9TEX
90NEWTurnpike Troubadours“Unrung”9TEX
91NEWRebel Hearts“When Will I Be Loved”9IND
92NEWThe Band Steele“Waitin’ on Sunshine”8USA
93NEWFlat River Band“Go Tell It on the Mountain”7IND
94NEWBrantley Gilbert“Fire’t Up”6USA
9591Melissa DuVall“Freedom”5USA
96NEWChris Janson“Done”5USA
9793Blue Highway“Dear Kentucky”4RM
98NEWCurtis Lee Putman“Tall in the Saddle”4IND
99NEWWill Carter“You Feel Like Home”3TEX
100NEWKylie Frey“One Night in Tulsa”2TEX

TW- This Week
LW- Last Week
NEW- Song that is new to the Hit 100
RE- Re-entry into Hit 100
Points- The accumulated number of points the song has earned during its time on the chart. The #1 song is always the song that has accumulated the most points during its time on the chart.

For #1 songs or former #1 songs, the number of weeks spent at #1 is represented by the number in parentheses after the song title.

Italicized songs are songs that were not in the voting this week, are on the chart for an “encore week” and will not appear on any future charts.

Under Source, which is where I got the song to add, USA = United States, TEX = Texas Regional, CAN = Canada, IND = IndieWorld charts OR Independent Artist, RM = Roots Music (Americana and Bluegrass), AUS = Australia, TBT = Tribute (song on the chart to honor the memory of a deceased country music artist).

To see the entire Fan Voted Chart for this week, which is on the Chart Website, click here.  If you voted this week and do not see your favorite song here, it’s on the “entire chart” page (the site is updated shortly after the Hit 100 is announced).

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