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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. Also some song titles have a link to
the song or video. TCMJF = Texas Music Junkie favorites artist)

We have a new #1!
Jason Boland & the Stragglers’ “Outlaw Band” is #1 (#2) Video

Brandon Rhyder’s “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good” is #2. (#4)

“Let Me Love You” by Casey Donahew Band is #5. (#6) Song

#8 is “You’re Not Lookin’ For” by Deryl Dodd (#10)

Granger Smith moves to #9 with “5 More Minutes”. (#11) Video

Rounding out the top 10 is TCMJ Favorite, Jamie Richards at #10
with the song “Easier By Now”. (#12)

Outside the top ten we like to look at who is jumping 2 or more spots when possible.

“Long Way To Get”, by Max Stalling is #11. (#15) Video

Eli Young Band’s “Crazy Girl” jumps to #14. (#24). Video

TCMJF Sunny Sweeney moves up and is #16 with “From A Table Away” (#17) Video
(Be sure and check out TCMJF Artist Profile here.)

Jake Kellen’s “If Love Was A Road” is #17. (#19)

“KMAG YOYO” by Hayes Carll is #19. (#20)
Hayes Carll on The Tonight Show performing this song

Rich O’Toole’s “The Cricket” is #20. (#25)

Outside the top twenty we like to look at who is jumping 5 or more spots when possible.

Eleven Hundred Springs’ “This Ain’t The First Time” is #27. (#34)

Tejas Brothers’ “Say It Again” is #32. (#39)

“Bar, Guitar & A Honky Tonk Crowd” by Whiskey Myers is #33. (#40)

“Jesus And Johnny Cash” by Jarrod Birmingham is #34. (#46) Video

Kyle Park’s “Heart Of You” is #38. (#42)

John David Kent & The Dumb Angels’ “My Girl” is #39. (47)

Below are some songs that were not in the top 50 last week:

#36 TCMJF James Lann “Halfway To Houston”
#48 Pear Ratz “Ozona”

Congrats to all.

You can view the Texas Music Chart here.

And Texas Regional Radio Report here.
TRRR gives slight variations on chart positions.

Texas Country Music Junkie .com has some big plans coming
up later this year, be sure and stay tuned.

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Until next time this is Jeff Willis and Texas Country Music Junkie .com

P.S. As always, if you find anything that needs correction, or perhaps

a broken link, please let us know.