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Austin Webb’s “All Country On You” is Most-Added at Radio; Miranda Follows (Updated)

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Update: Picked up by 29 monitored Mediabase stations this week, Austin Webb’s “All Country on You” ranks as the country radio format’s most-added song.

Miranda Lambert’s “Little Red Wagon” follows with 21 adds this week, while Sam Hunt’s top 35 riser “Take Your Time” claims third-most-added on the strength of its 15 new pickups.

A Thousand Horses’ “Smoke” grabs the fourth-most-added slot thanks to its 14 adds. Cole Swindell’s “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey,” Dierks Bentley’s “Say You Do” and Little Big Town’s “Girl Crush” then follow in a three-way tie for fifth place. Each scored 13 monitored adds.


The first Mediabase add board of 2015 is now closed, and it features Austin Webb’s “All Country on You” at the top.

Webb’s song, which scored support from 29 monitored stations this week, registers as the country radio format’s most-added track.

The artist, who reached the top 40 of the Billboard Country Airplay chart with 2013’s “Slip on By,” is signed to Streamsound Records.

A full adds report is forthcoming; look for Miranda Lambert’s “Little Red Wagon” to appear in the runner-up position.

Written by Brian Cantor

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