CML Chart – February 10, 2013

The top three songs in the countdown stay the same for a second week in a row as Gary Allan holds off The Band Perry and Jason Aldean again, making it four weeks at #1 for “Every Storm Runs Out Of Rain”. Tim McGraw’s “One Of Those NiLady Antebellum Wanted You Moreghts” and Little Big Town’s “Tornado” round out the top five, coming in at #4 and #5, respectively.

Entering the countdown this week are two songs that are lead singles from highly anticipated new albums coming out later this spring. At #25 we have Kenny Chesney with “Pirate Flag”, which will be on his new album “Life On A Rock” coming out April 30th and Lady Antebellum’s “Downtown”, from their yet to be named new album, debuts at #18.

As always, the CML Chart combines radioplay, album sales, along with popularity (video countdowns, frequency in the news, etc.) and internet downloads.

Check out this week’s CML chart…

Country Music Life Chart – February 10th, 2013

25. Hope On The Rocks – Toby Keith

24. Pirate Flag – Kenny Chesney

23. Let There Be Cowgirls – Chris Cagle

22. Get Your Shine On – Florida Georgia Line

21. If I Didn’t Have You – Thompson Square

20. Crying On A Suitcase – Casey James

19. I Can Take It From There – Chris Young

18. Downtown – Lady Antebellum

17. Cruise – Florida Georgia Line

16. Give It All We Got Tonight – George Strait

15. Mama’s Broken Heart – Miranda Lambert

14. Tip It On Back – Dierks Bentley

13. Merry Go ‘Round – Kacey Musgraves

12. I Drive Your Truck – Lee Brice

11. Somebody’s Heartbreak – Hunter Hayes

10. Southern Comfort Zone – Brad Paisley

9. Begin Again – Taylor Swift

8. Sure Be Cool If You Did – Blake Shelton

7. How Country Feels – Randy Houser

6. Two Black Cadillacs – Carrie Underwood

5. Tornado – Little Big Town

4. One Of Those Nights – Tim McGraw

3. The Only Way I Know – Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Eric Church

2. Better Dig Two – The Band Perry

1. Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain) – Gary Allan

Adam Kowal

Adam is a songwriter and fan of country music.

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