Weekly Register: Maren Morris’ “My Church” Tops Country Digital Tracks


In its 16th week on the country digital tracks chart, Maren Morris’ “My Church” has risen to No. 1, with 34.5K sold this week and 180K overall. She’s at No. 16 on the overall digital tracks chart.

Morris places just ahead of longtime leader Thomas Rhett’s “Die a Happy Man,” which moves 31K units this week, for a No. 2 position. Overall sales for that single are approaching 1.2 million.

The Top 5 is rounded out by Cole Swindell’s “You Should Be Here” (30K), Carrie Underwood’s “Heartbeat” (25K) and Tim McGraw’s “Humble and Kind.” (24K).

Southern Family album coverMorgane & Chris Stapleton enjoy the week’s highest debut with “You Are My Sunshine,” entering at No. 41, with 5K. The track comes from an upcoming project by producer Dave Cobb titled Southern Family, out March 18.

Speaking of Stapleton, he’s hanging tough at No. 1 on the country album chart. Traveller picks up 44K units this week, with 958K overall. He’s followed by Joey + Rory’s Hymns (37K) and Sam Hunt’s Montevallo (12K).

unnamedSister Hazel makes an unexpected appearance at No. 4 with Lighter Than the Dark, their first set of new material in five years. Released on Croakin’ Poets Records, the album was produced by Chip Matthews. The band’s new single, “That Kind of Beautiful,” was written by Hillary Lindsay, Gordie Sampson, and Luke Laird. Sister Hazel scored a pop hit in 1997 with “All For You.” Nashville label Average Joes manages the band and the album is distributed through Selecto Hits.

Vince Gill’s Down To My Last Bad Habit ranks at No. 5 with 7.5K units.

Info provided by Nielsen Soundscan.


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