Lee Brice makes a move back towards the top spot with “I Don’t Dance” but falls just short, coming in at #2. Meanwhile back at the top, Dierks Bentley holds on to #1 for a third week with “Drunk On A Plane”. Also climbing inside the top five are Lady Antebellum’s “Bartender, going from #4 to #3 and Tim McGraw’s “Meanwhile Back At Mama’s” moving up two to #4.
Two songs make their way into the top ten today as Luke Bryan continues his success with his latest “Roller Coaster” jumping four spots to #7 and Billy Currington’s “We Are Tonight” goes from #11 to #9.
As always, the CML Chart combines radioplay, album sales, popularity, video countdowns and internet downloads and streaming.
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