Keith Urban’s “Blue Ain’t Your Color” Enjoys 3rd Week As Country Radio’s #1 Song; Thomas Rhett Top 5

Keith Urban [UMG Press Photo]

Keith Urban’s “Blue Ain’t Your Color” remains the top song at country radio.

The smash spends a third consecutive week at #1 on Mediabase’s country radio singles chart.

The #1 position is based on chart points, but “Blue Ain’t Your Color” also ranks as the Mediabase country panel’s most-played and most-heard song for the January 1-7 tracking week.

It received ~8,711 weekly spins (+737) and ~60.310 million weekly audience impressions.

Carrie Underwood’s “Dirty Laundry” holds at #2 on the chart, while Blake Shelton’s “A Guy With A Girl” rises one spot to #3. Tim McGraw’s “How I’ll Always Be” slips one place to #4.

Up two places, Thomas Rhett’s “Star Of The Show” grabs #5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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