Old Dominion’s “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart” Ranks As Country Radio’s Most Added

Old Dominion [Dove Shore | EBMedia Press Photo]

Old Dominion’s just-released “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart” predictably takes the top spot on this week’s country radio add board.

The single was picked up by 52 Mediabase-monitored country stations this week. The support comes in advance of the song’s official March 20 impact date.

Midland’s “Drinkin’ Problem,” which won support from another 37 stations, registers as second-most added.

Big & Rich’s “California,” last week’s most added song, takes third place this week. It landed at another 27 stations.

Each picked up by 23 stations, Dustin Lynch’s “Small Town Boy” and Trace Adkins’ “Watered Down” tie for fourth.

This week’s other notable country radio options: Blake Shelton’s “Every Time I Hear That Song” (17 adds, 6th-most), Brett Eldredge’s “Something That I’m Good At” (13 adds, 7th-most), Keith Urban’s “The Fighter (featuring Carrie Underwood)” (11 adds, 8th-most), LANco’s “Greatest Love Story” (10 adds, 9th-most), and Brett Young’s “In Case You Didn’t Know” (9 adds, 10th-most).

Written by Brian Cantor

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