tmn charts Chart Analysis October 17, 2020

Darlinghurst summits the TMN Country Hot 50 airplay chart

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Darlinghurst summits the TMN Country Hot 50 airplay chart

Darlinghurst have secured their second chart-topping single.

The independent Australian four-piece, signed to , summits the powered by Radio Monitor this week with ‘Gotta Go Rodeo’.

The track had strong support from radio out of the gates, with spins from ABC Country, Kix Country and Triple M Country all pushing the track to #1 in its fifth week at radio.

It’s Darlinghurst’s fourth single to go Top 5 on the official . The Melbourne-based band recorded their first #1 – ‘Sorry Won’t Get You Back’ – in September 2019.

“To score a #1 chart on our debut blew our minds. Then to watch, sort of stunned, as the next two singles climbed into the Top 5 was such a blast,” vocalist Cassie Leopold said.

“To now wake up to the news that ‘Gotta Go Rodeo’ has hit #1 on the chart is just gobsmacking.”

Local artists have enjoyed in impressive run atop the country airplay chart this year, with fellow Aussies Cass Hopetoun, Brad Cox, The McClymonts, Casey Barnes, The Wolfe Brothers, Travis Collins and Melanie Dyer all summiting the Country Hot 50 since January.

Tracks to crack the Top 10 this week are Keith Urban & Pink with ‘One Too Many’ (#10), Luke Combs’ with ‘Lovin’ On You’ (#9), Southbound ft. Shannon Noll with ‘Find Our Way’ (8) and Lee Brice with ‘One Of Them Girls’ (#7).

There are also a handful of new arrivals this week, with debuts from Casey Barnes, Lady Antebellum, Little Quirks, Chase Rice, Melinda Schneider and Carrie Underwood.

Over on the , Joel Corry and MNEK’s ‘Head & Heart’ on remains the #1 song at Australian radio this week as rival clocks another blockbuster week of record market share – 42.61% of the Hot 100 and 46.90% of the Hot 40.


TMN Country Hot 50 powered by Radio Monitor

#1. Darlinghurst – ‘Gotta Go Rodeo’ (IND)

#2. Blake Shelton ft. Gwen Stefani – ‘Happy Anywhere’ (WMA)

#3. HARDY ft. Lauren Alaina & Devin Dawson – ‘One Beer’ (IND)

#4. Chris Stapleton – ‘Starting Over’ (UMA)

#5. Jason Aldean – ‘Got What I Got’ (BMG)

Check out the latest Australian airplay charts here.

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