Linkin Park’s “One More Light” Receiving Pop Airplay On Hits 1, Q92, Mix 105.1

The title track from Linkin Park’s album is also picking up spins at alternative radio.

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“One More Light,” the title track from Linkin Park’s 2017 album, was made available to pop radio in the wake of vocalist Chester Bennington’s passing.

A few stations have begun to play the song.

According to Mediabase, the biggest support is coming from SiriusXM Hits 1. The satellite station played the song 32 times during the seven days between July 22-28.

Canton, Ohio’s Q92 played the song 21 times within that window, while Salt Lake City’s Mix 105.1 offered 7 spins. Greenville’s Bob 93.3, another supporter, played it 3 times.

— “One More Light” has also been receiving airplay at the band’s core alternative format. Leading supporters include Wilkes-Barre’s Alt 92.1 (17 spins), Los Angeles’ KROQ (13 spins), and Chicago’s 101 WKQX (13 spins).

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