Country Music Capital Top 20 November 15, 2019
Updated: Feb 6
Although Lee Kernaghan can count his #1s on both his fingers and toes (and he may have to borrow a few digits from elsewhere) he now shares the top spot with his wife Robby with their duet ’Where I Wanna Be’- her first #1! This means that The Wolfe Brothers move down to #2 with ‘Hey Brother’ and Casey Barnes moves up four places to #3 with ‘A Little More’. Moving up six spots to #9 is the family effort of Warren H Williams and his son Nicholas and daughter Genise on 'Let Us Stand Together’ while we have four new entries on the chart – Sara Storer’s ‘Hayrunner’ picks up the #16 spot, Tamworth’s Aleyce Simmonds is at #17 WITH ‘I Could Dance With You’, Genni Kane returns to the charts (after many hits with The Flying Emus) with ‘Worries In Your Pocket’ at #19 and Rory Ellis makes the #20 spot his own with ‘Fadin’’ from his latest album ‘Inner Outlaw’.