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Texas Music From Oklahoma: A Look at the Texas Music Chart (October 19th)

Texas Music Chart

1. Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen–“Lady Bug” (up 2)
2. Bart Crow–“Life Comes at You Fast”
3. Curtis Grimes–“Smile That Smile” (up 1)
4. Casey Donahew Band–“Loser” (up 1)
5. Mike Ryan–“Girls I Date” (up 2)
6. Kevin Fowler & Deryl Dodd–“Damn This Ol’ Honky Tonk Dream” (down 5)
7. The Statesboro Revue–“Undone” (down 1)
8. TJ Broscoff–“Phone Calls” (up 1)
9. Josh Grider–“You Dream I’ll Drive” (up 2)
10. Stoney LaRue–“Easy She Comes” (up 3)
11. Roger Creager & Cody Johnson–“If You Had to Choose” (up 4)
12. Jon Wolfe–“Don’t It Feel Good” (up 7)
13. Mario Flores–“Beer Time” (up 3)
14. Uncle Lucius–“Don’t Own the Right”
15. Saints Eleven–“I Don’t” (up 3)
16. Reckless Kelly–“Real Cool Hand” (down 8)
17. Turnpike Troubadours–“Down Here” (down 7)
18. Zane Williams–“She Is” (up 2)
19. JB and the Moonshine Band–“Shotgun, Rifle, and a .45” (down 2)
20. Chance Anderson Band–“245 Miles” (up 1)
21. Jason James–“I’ve Been Drinkin’ More” (up 1)
22. William Clark Green–“Ringling Road” (up 5)
23. Josh Ward–“Whiskey & Whitley” (up 16)
24. Jason Boland & The Stragglers–“Holy Relic Sale” (up 6)
25. Dalton Domino–“Jesus & Handbags”
26. Luke Robinson–“Roses on the Radio” (up 3)
27. Green River Ordinance–“Red Fire Night” (up 13)
28. Miles Williams–“Teasin’ Me” (down 16) [biggest loser]
29. Casey Berry–“Blood of the Lamb” (up 2)
30. Cameran Nelson–“Nothing’s Got Nothin'” (up 18) [biggest gainer]
31. Bri Bagwell–“My Boots” (up 2)
32. Ray Johnston Band–“Small Town Square”
33. American Aquarium–“Losing Side of Twenty-Five” (up 3)
34. The Damn Quails–“Just a Little While”
35. Cody Jinks–“Loud and Heavy” (up 2)
36. Micky & the Motorcars–“Tonight we Ride” (down 1)
37. Pat Green–“While I Was Away” (down 11)
38. Cody Joe Hodges–“One More Drink” (up 4)
39. Paul Thorn–“Everybody Needs Somebody” (down 1)
40. Josh Abbott Band–“Amnesia” (up 3)
41. Jason Cassidy–“Rest of Forever” (up 4)
42. Aaron Watson–“Getaway Truck” (entering top 50)
43. Blue Water Highway Band–“Medicine Man” (up 4)
44. Kaleb McIntire–“Ozark Mountain Stomp” (down 16)
45. Breelan Angel–“She Made Your Bed” (up 1)
46. Tori Martin–“Woman Up” (down 5)
47. Prophets and Outlaws–“Country Music Gold” (entering top 50)
48. Parker McCollum–“High Above the Water” (up 1)
49. Folk Family Revival–“I Drew a Line” (entering top 50)
50. Zach Coffey–“Love Will Lead me Back to You” (re-entering top 50)

  • New #1: “Lady Bug”
  • next week’s #1 prediction: “Life Comes at You Fast”
  • Aaron Watson is back on the charts with “Get Away Truck,” entering at #42

Source: Texas Music Chart

Texas Music From Oklahoma: A Look at the Texas Music Chart (October 12th)

Texas Music Chart

1. Kevin Fowler & Deryl Dodd–“Damn This Ol’ Honky Tonk Dream” (up 4)
2. Bart Crow–“Life Comes at You Fast”
3. Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen–“Lady Bug” (up 3)
4. Curtis Grimes–“Smile That Smile”
5. Casey Donahew Band–“Loser” (up 2)
6. The Statesboro Revue–“Undone” (up 2)
7. Mike Ryan–“Girls I Date” (up 2)
8. Reckless Kelly–“Real Cool Hand” (down 7)
9. TJ Broscoff–“Phone Calls” (up 3)
10. Turnpike Troubadours–“Down Here” (down 7)
11. Josh Grider–“You Dream I’ll Drive” (up 2)
12. Miles Williams–“Teasin’ Me” (down 1)
13. Stoney LaRue–“Easy She Comes” (up 2)
14. Uncle Lucius–“Don’t Own the Right” (up 2)
15. Roger Creager & Cody Johnson–“If You Had to Choose” (up 3)
16. Mario Flores–“Beer Time” (up 3)
17. JB and the Moonshine Band–“Shotgun, Rifle, and a .45”
18. Saints Eleven–“I Don’t” (up 6)
19. Jon Wolfe–“Don’t It Feel Good” (up 1)
20. Zane Williams–“She Is” (up 2)
21. Chance Anderson Band–“245 Miles” (up 6)
22. Jason James–“I’ve Been Drinkin’ More” (up 1)
23. Kyle Park–“What Goes Around Comes Around” (down 9)
24. Cory Morrow–“Old With You” (down 14)
25. Dalton Domino–“Jesus & Handbags” (up 3)
26. Pat Green–“While I Was Away” (down 1)
27. William Clark Green–“Ringling Road” (up 2)
28. Kaleb McIntire–“Ozark Mountain Stomp” (up 3)
29. Luke Robinson–“Roses on the Radio” (up 6)
30. Jason Boland & the Stragglers–“Holy Relic Sale” (up 7)
31. Casey Berry–“Blood of the Lamb” (up 2)
32. Ray Johnston Band–“Small Town Square”
33. Bri Bagwell–“My Boots” (up 8) [biggest gainer]
34. The Damn Quails–“Just a Little While” (up 2)
35. Micky & the Motorcars–“Tonight we Ride” (down 1)
36. American Aquarium–“Losing Side of Twenty-Five” (up 2)
37. Cody Jinks–“Loud and Heavy” (up 3)
38. Paul Thorn–“Everybody Needs Somebody” (up 5)
39. Josh Ward–“Whiskey & Whitley” (entering top 50)
40. Green River Ordinance–“Red Fire Night” (up 7)
41. Tori Martin–“Woman Up” (down 2)
42. Cody Joe Hodges–“One More Drink” (up 2)
43. Josh Abbott Band–“Amnesia” (entering top 50)
44. Cody Johnson–“Proud” (down 2)
45. Jason Cassidi–“Rest of Forever” (entering top 50)
46. Breelan Angel–“She Made Your Bed” (down 1)
47. Blue Water Highway Band–“Medicine Man” (down 1)
48. Cameran Nelson–“Nothing’s Got Nothin'”
49. Parker McCollum–“High Above the Water”
50. Josh Fuller–“On the Radio” (re-entering top 50)

  • new #1: “Damn This Ol’ Honky Tonk Dream”
  • next week’s #1 prediction: “Lady Bug
  • Josh Abbott Band’s “Amnesia” enters at #43 this week

Source: Texas Music Chart

Texas Music From Oklahoma: A Look at the Texas Music Chart (September 14th)

Texas Music Chart

1. Cody Canada and the Departed–“Easy” (up 1)
2. Cory Morrow–“Old With You” (up 2)
3. Pat Green–“While I Was Away” (down 2)
4. Turnpike Troubadours–“Down Here” (up 1)
5. Matt Kimbrow–“Livin’ the Good Life” (down 2)
6. Reckless Kelly–“Real Cool Hand”
7. Curtis Grimes–“Smile That Smile” (up 3)
8. Bart Crow–“Life Comes at You Fast” (up 4)
9. Whiskey Myers–“Shelter From the Rain”
10. Kyle Park–“What Goes Around Comes Around” (up 1)
11. Wade Bowen–“Sun Shines on a Dreamer” (down 3)
12. Kevin Fowler & Deryl Dodd–“Damn This Ol’ Honky Tonk Dream” (up 1)
13. Granger Smith–“Back Road Song” (down 6)
14. Miles Williams–“Teasin’ Me” (up 2)
15. JB and the Moonshine Band–“Shotgun, Rifle, and a .45” (up 2)
16. Casey Donahew Band–“Loser” (up 7)
17. The Statesboro Revue–“Undone” (up 1)
18. Mike Ryan–“Girls I Date” (up 1)
19. Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen–“Lady Bug” (up 5)
20. Stoney LaRue–“Easy She Comes” (up 1)
21. Josh Grider–“You Dream I’ll Drive” (down 1)
22. Rich O’Toole–“Talk About the Weather” (down 7)
23. Uncle Lucius–“Don’t Own the Right” (down 1)
24. TJ Broscoff–“Phone Calls” (up 2)
25. Aaron Einhouse–“I Could Fall” (up 2)
26. Saints Eleven–“I Don’t” (up 3)
27. Zane Williams–“She Is” (up 9) [biggest gainer]
28. Mario Flores–“Beer Time” (up 3)
29. Chance Anderson Band–“245 Miles” (up 6)
30. Jason James–“I’ve Been Drinkin’ More” (up 2)
31. Prophets and Outlaws–“Texas Home” (down 17) [biggest loser]
32. Josh Ward–“Highway” (down 7)
33. Tori Martin–“Woman Up” (down 3)
34. Luke Robinson–“Roses on the Radio” (up 5)
35. Dalton Domino–“Jesus & Handbags” (up 2)
36. Casey Berry–“Blood of the Lamb” (up 8)
37. Jon Wolfe–“Don’t It Feel Good” (up 1)
38. Caleb McIntire–“Ozark Mountain Stomp” (down 4)
39. Ray Johnston Band–“Small Town Square” (up 9)
40. American Aquarium–“Losing Side of Twenty-Five” (up 2)
41. Paul Thorn–“Everybody Needs Somebody” (re-entering top 50)
42. The Damn Quails–“Just a Little While” (entering top 50)
43. Cody Johnson–“Proud” (up 7)
44. Roger Creager & Cody Johnson–“If You Had to Choose” (entering top 50)
45. Breelan Angel–“She Made Your Bed” (up 4)
46. Bri Bagwell–“My Boots” (down 3)
47. Cody Jinks–“Loud and Heavy” (down 1)
48. Cody Joe Hodges–“One More Drink” (down 1)
49. Judson Cole Band–“Time to Run” (down 9)
50. Blue Water Highway Band–“Medicine Man” (entering top 50)

  • new #1: “Easy”
  • next week’s #1 prediction: “Old With You”
  • two songs moved up 9 spots this week

Source: Texas Music Chart

Texas Music From Oklahoma: A Look at the Texas Music Chart (September 7th)

After taking a week off to move offices, the Texas Music Chart has returned…and Wade Bowen has finally been defeated.

Texas Music Chart

1. Pat Green–“While I Was Away” (up 1)
2. Cody Canada and the Departed–“Easy” (up 2)
3. Matt Kimbrow–“Livin’ the Good Life” (up 3)
4. Cory Morrow–“Old With You” (up 3)
5. Turnpike Troubadours–“Down Here” (up 4)
6. Reckless Kelly–“Real Cool Hand” (up 6)
7. Granger Smith–“Back Road Song” (down 2)
8. Wade Bowen–“Sun Shines on a Dreamer” (down 7)
9. Whiskey Myers–“Shelter From the Rain” (up 1)
10. Curtis Grimes–“Smile That Smile” (up 5)
11. Kyle Park–“What Goes Around Comes Around”
12. Bart Crow–“Life Comes at You Fast” (up 1)
13. Kevin Fowler & Deryl Dodd–“Damn This Ol’ Honky Tonk Dream” (up 3)
14. Prophets and Outlaws–“Texas Home”
15. Rich O’Toole–“Talk About the Weather” (down 7)
16. Miles Williams–“Teasin’ Me” (up 8)
17. JB and the Moonshine Band–“Shotgun, Rifle, and a .45” (up 1)
18. The Statesboro Revue–“Undone” (up 3)
19. Mike Ryan–“Girls I Date” (up 6)
20. Josh Grider–“You Dream I’ll Drive” (up 9)
21. Stoney LaRue–“Easy She Comes” (down 1)
22. Uncle Lucius–“Don’t Own the Right”
23. Casey Donahew Band–“Loser” (up 15) [biggest gainer]
24. Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen–“Lady Bug” (up 9)
25. Josh Ward–“Highway” (down 22) [biggest loser]
26. TJ Broscof–“Phone Calls” (up 5)
27. Aaron Einhouse–“I Could Fall” (down 1)
28. Callahan Divide–“Happy” (up 9)
29. Saints Eleven–“I Don’t” (up 6)
30. Tori Martin–“Woman Up”
31. Mario Flores–“Beer Time” (up 10)
32. Jason James–“I’ve Been Drinkin’ More” (up 11)
33. William Clark Green–“Sticks and Stones” (down 10)
34. Caleb McIntire–“Ozark Mountain Stomp” (up 2)
35. Chance Anderson Band–“245 Miles” (down 1)
36. Zane Williams–“She Is” (up 11)
37. Dalton Domino–“Jesus & Handbags” (up 5)
38. Jon Wolfe–“Don’t it Feel Good” (entering top 50)
39. Luke Robinson–“Roses on the Radio” (up 6)
40. Judson Cole Band–“Time to Run”
41. Scott Taylor Band–“By Now” (down 13)
42. American Aquarium–“Losing Side of Twenty-Five” (up 8)
43. Bri Bagwell–“My Boots” (entering top 50)
44. Casey Berry–“Blood of the Lamb” (entering top 50)
45. Thom Shepherd–“Little Miss Everything” (down 1)
46. Cody Jinks–“Loud and Heavy” (up 3)
47. Cody Joe Hodges–“One More Drink” (re-entering top 50)
48. Ray Johnston Band–“Small Town Square” (entering top 50)
49. Breelan Angel–“She Made Your Bed” (entering top 50)
50. Cody Johnson–“Proud” (entering top 50)

  • new #1: “While I Was Away”
  • next week’s #1 prediction: “While I Was Away”
  • seven new songs enter the chart this week

Source: Texas Music Chart

Texas Music From Oklahoma: A Look at the Texas Music Chart (August 24th)

Texas Music Chart

1. Wade Bowen–“Sun Shines on a Dreamer” (fourth week at No. 1)
2. Pat Green–“While I Was Away”
3. Josh Ward–“Highway”
4. Cody Canada and the Departed–“Easy” (up 1)
5. Granger Smith–“Back Road Song” (up 1)
6. Matt Kimbrow–“Livin’ the Good Life” (up 1)
7. Cory Morrow–“Old With You” (up 2)
8. Rich O’Toole–“Talk About the Weather” (down 4)
9. Turnpike Troubadours–“Down Here” (up 1)
10. Whiskey Myers–“Shelter From the Rain” (up 2)
11. Kyle Park–“What Goes Around Comes Around”
12. Reckless Kelly–“Real Cool Hand” (up 4)
13. Bart Crow–“Life Comes at You Fast”
14. Prophets and Outlaws–“Texas Home” (up 1)
15. Curtis Grimes–“Smile That Smile” (up 3)
16. Kevin Fowler & Deryl Dodd–“Damn This Ol’ Honky Tonk Dream” (up 7)
17. Aaron Watson–“Freight Train” (down 9)
18. JB and the Moonshine Band–“Shotgun, Rifle, and a .45” (up 2)
19. Sam Riggs–“Long Shot” (down 5)
20. Stoney LaRue–“Easy She Comes” (up 4)
21. The Statesboro Revue–“Undone” (up 7)
22. Uncle Lucius–“Don’t Own the Right” (down 1)
23. William Clark Green–“Sticks and Stones” (down 6)
24. Miles Williams–“Teasin’ Me” (up 1)
25. Mike Ryan–“Girls I Date” (up 10)
26. Aaron Einhouse–“I Could Fall”
27. Sundance Head–“Darlin’ Don’t Go” (down 5)
28. Scott Taylor Band–“By Now” (up 5)
29. Josh Grider–“You Dream I’ll Drive” (up 1)
30. Tori Martin–“Woman Up” (down 1)
31. TJ Broscof–“Phone Calls” (up 9)
32. Matt Hillyer–“If These Old Bones Could Talk” (down 13)
33. Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen–“Lady Bug” (up 16) [biggest gainer]
34. Chance Anderson Band–“245 Miles” (up 5)
35. Saints Eleven–“I Don’t” (up 1)
36. Caleb McIntire–“Ozark Mountain Stomp” (up 2)
37. Callahan Divide–“Happy” (up 7)
38. Kacey Donahue Band–“Loser” (entering top 50)
39. Adrian Johnston–“Avalanche” (down 8)
40. Judson Cole Band–“Time to Run” (down 3)
41. Mario Flores–“Beer Time” (entering top 50)
42. Dalton Domino–Jesus & Handbags” (up 5)
43. Jason James–“I’ve Been Drinkin’ More” (up 2)
44. Thom Shepherd–“Little Miss Everything” (down 3)
45. Luke Robinson–“Roses on the Radio” (down 2)
46. Jeremy Steding–“Love Love Love” (down 4)
47. Zane Williams–“She Is” (entering top 50)
48. Adam Fears–“Golden Gravel Road” (down 16) [biggest loser]
49. Cody Jinks–“Loud and Heavy” (entering top 50)
50. American Aquarium–“Losing Side of Twenty-Five” (down 2)

  • Wade Bowen remains at the top for another week
  • this is the first of the four weeks that “Sun Shines on a Dreamer” has decreased in spins
  • next week’s No. 1 prediction: “While I Was Away

Source: Texas Music Chart