Hey Jeff Willis here at Texas Country Music Junkie .com.
Every Monday TCMJ looks at about 10 – 12 songs that are
moving up on the Texas Music Chart, as well as first time
appearances on the chart. (The # in parenthesis is where
the song was last week on the chart and N means it didn’t
appear in the top 50 previously. Also some song titles
have a link to the song or video.)
Congrats to Kevin Fowler, “Girl In A Truck” is #1 for the 2nd
week in a row on the Texas Music Chart. (#1)
(Fans of Kevin Fowler can get a FREE download of this unreleased
song on a special Letter To Fans web page just for fans here.
While there take advantage of Kevin’s upcoming album package.)
Brandon Rhyder’s “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good” is #6. (#10)
Outside the top ten we like to look at who is jumping 5 or more spots.
After 2 weeks on the chart, Aaron Watson makes a big jump to #25
with “Best For Last”. (#46)
“Tomorrow Is Gone” by Charlie Montague is #33. (#40) Video
Below are some songs making their first appearances on the chart:
#26, Rich O’Toole jumps into the chart “The Cricket Song”.
#38, Bart Crow Band pops in with “She’s The Only Reason”.
#39, Eleven Hundred Springs’ with “This Ain’t The First Time”.
#43, Eli Young Band’s “Crazy Girl”.
#46, Ryan Beaver’s “For A While”.
#47 is “Bar, Guitar & A Honky Tonk Crowd” by Whiskey Myers.
And #50 is “Jesus And Johnny Cash” by Jarrod Birmingham.
Congrats to all.
And Texas Regional Radio Report here.
TRRR gives slight variations on chart positions.
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