You are here

Indulge, A Real Fine Top 60

September 27, 2015 | 60 songs

Compact view
Filter options

1 1 Up this week
Sunny Sweeney featuring Will Hoge - "My Bed" single cover artwork
3 1 Up this week
 - "Fly" single cover artwork
7 3 Up this week
 - "House Party" single cover artwork
9 2 Up this week
 - "Ghosttown" single cover artwork
10 2 Down this week
Jessie J - "Flashlight" single cover artwork
12 1 Up this week
RaeLynn - "For a Boy" single cover artwork
15 1 Up this week
 - "Stitches" single cover artwork
18 Same position as last week
 - "Burning House" single cover artwork
21 Same position as last week
 - "I'm Comin' Over" single cover artwork
23 1 Up this week
Toby Keith - "35 MPH Town" single cover artwork
25 1 Up this week
Thompson Square - "Trans Am" single cover artwork
29 Same position as last week
 - "No Sleeep" single cover artwork
32 2 Up this week
Lucy Angel - Lucy Angel album cover artwork
33 5 Up this week
 - "Wildest Dreams" single cover artwork
34 9 Down this week
 featuring  - "Worth It" single cover artwork
35 Same position as last week
 - "Dibs" single cover artwork
37 2 Up this week
 - "Black Magic" single cover artwork
39 8 Down this week
 - "Bad Blood" single cover artwork
40 2 Up this week
Hunter Hayes - "21" single cover artwork
44 1 Up this week
 - "Rumors" single cover artwork
47 2 Up this week
 - "Move On" single cover artwork
48 Same position as last week
K. Michelle - Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart? album cover artwork
49 3 Up this week
 - "Live Forever" single cover artwork
52 1 Up this week
 featuring  - "Good Thing" single cover artwork
56 Same position as last week
 - "When Love Hurts" single cover artwork
58 2 Up this week
 featuring  - "Back Together" single cover artwork
59 -59 New this week
 - "I Am Invincible" single cover artwork
60 -60 New this week
Terri Clark - Some Songs album cover artwork
Export CSV

The immaculate duet "My Bed" between Sunny Sweeney and Will Hoge made history at Texas country radio, and it also hits the top spot on my chart! Sweeney's mainstream was sadly ill-fated, but her Provoked album was fantastic and I'll always be a huge fan of her voice and musical style. Country at its finest. The next four songs in line all slide up a spot as "Biscuits" begins its descent after two weeks at #1. Madonna's "Ghosttown" cracks the Top 10 this week, her second of the year following the multi-week #1 "Living for Love." After 5 weeks, "Smoke Break" climbs into the Top 30 while Hunter Hayes finally cracks the Top 40 with "21" after several weeks stuck just outside. Ciara's second single from Jackie leads the debuts, which also include Cassadee Pope's new lead single and Terri Clark's "I Cheated on You" which has been out for awhile but finally managed to chart.