Kenny Chesney’s “Save It For a Rainy Day” Claims #1 on MB Country Radio Chart

Kenny Chesney (Robert Hart | CBS)

Kenny Chesney’s “Save It For a Rainy Day,” which spent the past two weeks atop the Billboard Country Airplay chart, this week reaches Mediabase’s corresponding country radio singles chart.

Up one place from last week’s position, the song dethrones Keith Urban’s “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16.” Urban’s tune slips to #4 this week.

Not simply the leader in Mediabase chart points, “Rainy Day” also ranked as the Mediabase country panel’s most-played and most-heard song during the September 27-October 3 tracking week.

“Rainy Day” received ~8,767 weekly plays (+350) and 59.518 million (+1.596 million) weekly audience impressions.

Brett Eldredge’s “Lose My Mind” (#2, +1), Luke Bryan’s “Strip It Down” (#3, +1) and Florida Georgia Line’s “Anything Goes” (#5, +1) also appear in this week’s Top 5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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