Dustin Lynch’s “Small Town Boy” Reaches #1 On Mediabase Country Radio Chart

“Small Town Boy” becomes Lynch’s fifth number one hit.

Dustin Lynch | Joseph Llanes / SweetTalk

Dustin Lynch’s “Small Town Boy” rose to #1 on last week’s Billboard Country Airplay chart.

It does the same on this week’s Mediabase country radio singles listing.

Up one place from last week’s position, “Small Town Boy” seizes the throne from Old Dominion’s “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart.”

The song becomes Lynch’s fifth career Mediabase #1. The five chart-toppers have come consecutively; previous singles “Seein’ Red,” “Mind Reader,” “Hell Of A Night,” and “Where It’s At (Yep, Yep)” also reached the chart’s pinnacle.

Not simply the leader in chart points, “Small Town Boy” also ranks as the Mediabase country panel’s most-played and most-heard song for the September 3-9 tracking week.

It received ~9,090 spins (+295) and ~62.087 million audience impressions.

The aforementioned “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart” drops to #2 after a week on top. Jon Pardi’s “Heartache On The Dance Floor” holds at #3, while Kenny Chesney’s “All The Pretty Girls” stays put at #4.

Jason Aldean’s “They Don’t Know” holds at #5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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