A little late, but Sam Wilson here with a list of the top 40 hottest country songs in the ‘Burgh for the week of August 8, 2021…as always, our charts are the result of YOUR input…not the national charts.

  1. Chase Rice & Florida Georgia Line – Drinkin’ Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen. (up 1)
  2. Cole Swindell – Single Saturday Night (down 1)
  3. Dan + Shay – Glad You Exist (up 1)
  4. Luke Bryan – Waves (up 1)
  5. Thomas Rhett – Country Again (up 4)
  6. Jameson Rodgers & Luke Combs – Cold Beer Calling My Name (up 1)
  7. Blake Shelton – Minimum Wage (down 1)
  8. Justin Moore – We Didn’t Have Much
  9. Lainey Wilson – Things A Man Oughta Know (up 1)
  10. Scotty McCreery – You Time (up 1)
  11. Lee Brice – Memory I Don’t Mess With (up 1)
  12. Old Dominion – I Was On A Boat That Day (up 1)
  13. Carly Pearce – Next Girl (up 1)
  14. Kenny Chesney – Knowing You (up 3)
  15. Lady Antebellum – Like A Lady
  16. Jimmie Allen & Brad Paisley – Freedom Was A Highway
  17. Jon Pardi – Tequila Little Time (up 1)
  18. Zac Brown Band – Same Boat (up 1)
  19. Luke Combs – Cold As You (up 2)
  20. Jason Aldean & Carrie Underwood – If I Didn’t Love You
  21. Elle King & Miranda Lambert – Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home) (up 1)
  22. Dierks Bentley w/ Breland & HARDY – Beers On Me (DEBUT)
  23. Morgan Wallen – Sand In My Boots
  24. Elvie Shane – My Boy (up 8)
  25. Ryan Hurd & Maren Morris – Chasing After You (down 1)
  26. Michael Ray – Whiskey And Rain (down 1)
  27. Dustin Lynch & Mackenzie Porter – Thinking ‘Bout You (down 1)
  28. Kelsea Ballerini & Kenny Chesney – Half Of My Hometown (down 1)
  29. HARDY – Give Heaven Some Hell (down 1)
  30. Gabby Barrett – Footprints On The Moon
  31. Kenny Chesney – We Do
  32. Callista Clark – It’s ‘Cause I Am (up 1)
  33. Parker McCollum – To Be Loved By You (up 1)
  34. Matt Stell – That Ain’t Me No More (up 1)
  35. Lauren Alaina & Jon Pardi – Getting Over Him (up 1)
  36. Brett Young – Not Yet (up 1)
  37. Riley Green – If It Wasn’t For Trucks (up 1)
  38. Brantley Gilbert w/ Toby Keith & HARDY – The Worst Country Song Of All Time (down 9)
  39. Toby Keith – Old School
  40. Travis Denning – ABBY

The biggest chart jumpers this week were Thomas Rhett’s “Country Again” (up 4 spots to #5), Kenny Chesney’s “Knowing You” (up 3 spots to #14), and Elvie Shane’s “My Boy” (up EIGHT spots to #24).

…and as always, a look back at the national #1 songs of years past:

1 year ago (2020): Chris Janson – Done
5 years ago (2016): Florida Georgia Line – H.O.L.Y.
10 years ago (2011): Chris Young – Tomorrow
…and a very special milestone for Trisha Yearwood – her debut single, and signature song, “She’s In Love With The Boy” made it to #1 30 years ago this week in 1991. That’s THIRTY years of Trisha!

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