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Cam’s “Burning House” Debuts on Billboard Country Airplay Chart

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Reportedly slated as the next iHeartRadio “On the Verge” track, Cam’s “Burning House” formally impacts the country radio format next week.

It formally debuts on this week’s edition of the Billboard Country Airplay chart.

Thanks to a weekly audience impression count of 2.105 million (+1.579 million), “Burning House” starts at #48 on the Billboard country radio chart. It is the higher-charting of the week’s two debuts.

The Cadillac Three’s “White Lightning,” the other debut, starts at #55 on the strength of its 1.433 million impressions (+0.456 million).

— In an advertisement for next week’s impact, label Arista Nashville touts that “Burning House” has generated the greatest number of sales per radio spin for two consecutive weeks.

— While not new to the chart, Logan Mize’s “Can’t Get Away from a Good Time” and Ashley Monroe’s “On To Something Good” re-enter at #58 and #60, respectively.

Written by Brian Cantor

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