Morgan Wallen Raises His Whiskey Glass To Three-Week No. 1 Hit

(L-R) — Back Row: Joey Moi (Partner) Kevin “Chief” Zaruk (Partner), Morgan Wallen, Seth England (Partner), Clay Hunnicutt (President, Big Loud Records), Patch Culbertson (Vp Of A&R)  Front Row: Lloyd Norman (Vp Of Special Projects & Strategic Management, Big Loud), Stacy Blythe (Vp Of Promotion, Big Loud Records), Craig Wiseman (Partner), Troy “Tracker” Johnson (Manager), Candice Watkins (Vp Of Marketing, Big Loud Records)

Morgan Wallen is celebrating his first multi-week No. 1 at country radio this week with his smash “Whiskey Glasses.” Holding atop Billboard’s Country Airplay chart for the third week in a row, the catchy track was written by Ben Burgess and Kevin Kadish. The third single from his Joey Moi-produced debut album, If I Know Me, the song follows the Platinum-certified, No. 1 “Up Down” featuring Florida Georgia Line.

“The power of this song, my fans, and Country radio continues to just blow me away,” said Wallen. “I can’t even express how grateful I am to everybody who made this all possible. Thank you for my first multi-week #1!”

Wallen will continue on FGL’s Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour, then will finish the year as direct support on Luke Combs’ Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, kicking off in October. He surprised fans last Friday (6/14) with the release of another album cut clip, dropping a live video for the feel-good drinking anthem “Happy Hour” which was filmed at his sold-out Marathon Music Works tour stop in January in Nashville. Coming next to country radio will be Wallen’s fourth single, the fan-favorite “Chasin’ You,” with its accompanying video that has already racked up six million views on Youtube.

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