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Old Dominion, Kip Moore Score Debuts On Mediabase Country Radio Chart

Old Dominion [Dove Shore | EBMedia Press Photo]

Two songs debut on this week’s 50-track Mediabase country radio singles chart.

Old Dominion’s “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart,” the higher charting of the two, earns #42 on this week’s listing. The debut comes despite the fact that “No Such Thing” did not debut until the sixth day of the March 5-11 tracking period (albeit with heavy first-day support from the iHeartMedia Network).

The #42 position is based on the song’s 2,489 chart points. “No Such Thing” also received 794 spins and 6.53 million audience impressions inside the tracking week.

Kip Moore’s “More Girls Like You,” which was below last week’s chart at #51, ascends to #46 this week.

It received 2,181 chart points (+548), 759 spins (+217) and 2.781 million audience impressions during the tracking period.

Written by Brian Cantor

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