The newest single from Zac Brown Band is off to a more than “Alright” start at country radio.

According to Mediabase, the band’s “All Alright,” which was one of ten new tracks to impact the format, ranks as the week’s most-added song. Fifty one stations added the single.

The week’s standout track, “All Alright” was not, however, the only one to receive a warm welcome.

Dierks Bentley’s “Drunk on a Plane” and Tim McGraw’s “Meanwhile Back at Mama’s (featuring Faith Hill),” which impacted previously, gained more traction with 36 and 35 adds, respectively.

Leah Turner’s new release “Pull Me Back” also got off to a strong start. The follow-up to “Take the Keys” picked up 25 stations to rank as the week’s fourth-most added.

Kip Moore’s “Dirt Road,” also a new release, claimed fifth for the week with 22 adds.

New entries from John King (“Tonight, Tonight”), Josh Thompson (“Wanted Me Gone”) and Ryan Kinder (“Kiss Me When I’m Down”) followed with respective add counts of 20, 19 and 18. Holdovers from Blake Shelton (“My Eyes featuring Gwen Sebastian”), Brad Paisley (“River Bank”) and Frankie Ballard (“Sunshine & Whiskey”) closed out the top ten with respective counts of 16, 14 and 14 (the latter two tied for tenth place).

The week’s other newcomers included David Fanning’s “Drink You Away” (8), Allison Veltz’ “Bright Side” (8), Carissa Leigh’s “Bad Boy” (2) and James House’s “Every Time it Rains” (1).

Note: Beginning this week, Headline Planet’s recap is based on Mediabase’s monitored and unmonitored station data

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