This week history was made here in Texas, as Sunny Sweeney took "My Bed" to the top of the Texas charts. You may recall "Bad Girl Phase," too, went to the top towards the end of 2014. This marks the first time a female singer has had two consecutive No. 1's in Texas. Congrats, Sunny! If you haven't gotten your hands on her album "Provoked" yet, do.
Back in November, Jennifer Nettles stopped in to Marathon Music Works in Nashville for a Spotify-sponsored album preview event. It was there she was joined by singer-songwriter Will Hoge, who took the stage with the Sugarland star to sing his own hit single 'Strong.'
It's a traffic jam again this week at the top of the chart as Kyle Park, Reckless Kelly, and Wade Bowen all have their sights set on de-throning Will Hoge at No.1 -- can any of them do it? Or does Will have what it takes to make it three weeks on top? Let’s find out.
It's a traffic jam this week at the top of the chart as Kyle Park, Reckless Kelly, and Wade Bowen all have their sights set on de-throning Will Hoge at No.1, can any of them do it? Let’s find out.
Jerrod Niemann and his fans seem up for any challenge. Earlier this week, the singer's new song 'Drink to That All Night' took care of 'I Hold On' by Dierks Bentley. It was a close contest, but in the end, a push from the Kansas-born singer's fans moved the song to a new Showdown round against a song famous for being part of a television commercial.
Singer-songwriter Will Hoge has made his country radio debut with his single 'Strong,' and now he’s all set to release his new album, ‘Never Give In’ on Tuesday (Oct. 15).
It's a traffic jam this week at the top of the chart as Kyle Park, Josh Abbott, Cody Johnson and Will Hoge all have their sights set on No.1, but there's only room for one No.1. Who lands it? Let’s find out.