Brothers Osborne’s “21 Summer” Ranks As Country Radio’s Most Added; Chase Rice, High Valley Follow

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“21 Summer,” the follow-up to Brothers Osborne’s chart-topping “Stay A Little Longer,” found a healthy dose of support in conjunction with this week’s official country radio impact.

The latest single from the duo’s “Pawn Shop” received adds from 46 Mediabase-monitored stations this week. The count easily earns “21 Summer” the most added distinction.

Picked up by 27 stations each, Chase Rice’s new “Whisper” and High Valley’s new “Make You Mine” tie for second-most added. A Thousand Horses’ “Southernality” follows in fourth with 24 adds, while weekly count of 17 positions Eric Church’s “Record Year” at #5 on the country radio add board.

This week’s other notable country radio options: Big & Rich’s “Lovin’ Lately (featuring Tim McGraw)” (16 adds, 6th), William Michael Morgan’s “I Met A Girl” (14 adds, 7th), Frankie Ballard’s “It All Started With A Beer” (13 adds, 8th, tie), Kane Brown’s “Used To Love You Sober” (13 adds, 8th, tie), and Dan + Shay’s “From The Ground Up” (12 adds, 10th).

Written by Brian Cantor

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