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Kenny Chesney’s “All The Pretty Girls” Stays #1 On Mediabase Country Radio Chart

“All The Pretty Girls” enjoys a second week at #1.

Kenny Chesney [Jill Trunnel | EBM Press Photo]

Kenny Chesney’s “All The Pretty Girls” may have endured a week-over-week loss in airplay, but it retains the #1 spot on the Mediabase country radio chart.

The song is celebrating a second week on top.

The #1 position comes thanks to the song’s format-leading 25,178 tracking period chart points (-1,550). The song also ranks as the Mediabase country panel’s most-heard song for the October 1-7 tracking week; it received 55.660 million audience impressions.

“All The Pretty Girls” does, however, cede its standing as the country panel’s most-played song. Jason Aldean’s “They Don’t Know,” which is #2 on the overall chart, earns that distinction. It received 8,486 tracking period plays (+403).

Kane Brown’s “What Ifs” holds at #3 on the Mediabase chart, while Luke Combs’ “When It Rains It Pours” rises two spots to #4.

Kip Moore’s “More Girls Like You” spends another week at #5.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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