Rewind: 2017 CountryBreakout Chart No. 1s

Since 2002, The MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart has crowned No. 1 songs in the country radio marketplace. This 2017 marked 49 celebrations of chart-topping songs. MusicRow congratulates each artist, songwriter and label for its accomplishments this year.

Thomas Rhett and Blake Shelton earned the most No. 1 songs on the MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart in 2017, with each artist earning three songs hitting the pinnacle this year. Thomas Rhett’s chart-toppers include “Star of the Show,” “Craving You,” and the two-week No. 1 “Unforgettable.” Shelton’s chart-topping singles include “A Guy With A Girl,” “Every Time I Hear That Song,” and “I’ll Name The Dogs.”

Thomas Rhett is also a co-writer on another MusicRow chart-topper this year, Michael Ray’s “Think A Little Less.”

The 16th Annual MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart Awards, based on radio airplay reported by stations on MusicRow’s radio panel, will be held on Monday, Feb. 5 with an invitation only ceremony.

2017 MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart No. 1’s

Jan. 5, 2017: “Star of the Show,” Thomas Rhett
Jan. 12, 2017: “A Guy With a Girl,” Blake Shelton
Jan. 19, 2017: “Better Man,” Little Big Town
Jan. 26, 2017: “Today,” Brad Paisley
Feb. 2, 2017: “Dirt On My Boots,” Jon Pardi
Feb. 9, 2017: “Road Less Traveled,” Lauren Alaina
Feb. 16, 2017: “Fast,” Luke Bryan
Feb. 23, 2017: “Think A Little Less,” Michael Ray
March 2, 2017: “Yeah Boy,” Kelsea Ballerini
March 9, 2017: “Any Ol’ Barstool” Jason Aldean
March 16, 2017: “Hometown Girl,” Josh Turner
March 23, 2017: “Bar at the End of the World,” Kenny Chesney
March 30, 2017: “Black,” Dierks Bentley
April 6, 2017: “The Weekend,” Brantley Gilbert
April 13, 2017: “Hurricane,” Luke Combs
April 20, 2017: “Body Like A Back Road,” Sam Hunt
April 27: 2017: “In Case You Didn’t Know,” Brett Young
May 4, 2017: “Yours If You Want It,” Rascal Flatts
May 11, 2017: “You Look Good,” Lady Antbellum
May 18, 2017: “The Fighter,” Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood
May 25, 2017: “God, Your Mama, and Me,” Florida Georgia Line. ft. The Backstreet Boys
June 1, 2017: “Every Time I Hear That Song,” Blake Shelton
June 8, 2017: “Drinkin’ Problem,” Midland
June 15, 2017: “Craving You,” Thomas Rhett and Maren Morris
June 22, 2017: “It Ain’t My Fault,” Brothers Osborne
June 29, 2017: “Somebody Else Will,” Justin Moore
July 6, 2017: “Do I Make You Wanna,” Billy Currington
July 13, 2017: “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart,” Old Dominion
July 20, 2017: “More Girls Like You,” Kip Moore
July 27, 2017: “Heartache On The Dance Floor,” Jon Pardi
Aug. 3, 2017: “Small Town Boy,” Dustin Lynch
Aug. 10, 2017: “They Don’t Know,” Jason Aldean
Aug. 17, 2017: “All The Pretty Girls,” Kenny Chesney
Aug. 24, 2017: “Every Little Thing,” Carly Pearce
Aug. 31, 2017: “Round Here Buzz,” Eric Church
Sept. 7, 2017: “What Ifs,” Kane Brown ft. Lauren Alaina
Sept. 14, 2017: “When It Rains It Pours,” Luke Combs
Sept. 21, 2017: “I Could Use A Love Song,” Maren Morris
Sept. 28-Oct. 5, 2017: “Unforgettable,” Thomas Rhett
Oct. 12, 2017: “Fix A Drink,” Chris Janson
Oct. 19, 2017: “Light It Up,” Luke Bryan
Oct. 26, 2017: “Greatest Love Story,” LANCO
Nov. 2, 2017: “I’ll Name The Dogs,” Blake Shelton
Nov. 9, 2017: “Smooth,” Florida Georgia Line
Nov. 16, 2017: “Like I Loved You,” Brett Young
Nov. 22, 2017: “Legends,” Kelsea Ballerini
Nov. 30, 2017: “Losing Sleep,” Chris Young
Dec. 7, 2017: “Yours,” Russell Dickerson
Dec. 14, 2017: “Make A Little,” Midland

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