Luke Combs Ends Ashley Gorley’s 16-Week Reign On ‘MusicRow’ Top Songwriter Chart

After a 16-week reign, Ashley Gorley has been dethroned from the top spot by Luke Combs who jumps 12 spots to No. 1 on the MusicRow Top Songwriter Chart with an impressive 17 charting songs. 16 of Combs’ credits are co-writes from his new album What You See Is What You Get that released Nov. 8, while one co-writer credit comes from the Carly Pearce and Lee Brice collaboration, “I Hope You’re Happy Now.” Gorley moves down one slot to No. 2.

Ray Fulcher also feels the effects of Combs’ rise, bringing him up 13 slots to No. 4 with eight co-writes on What You See Is What You Get.

The MusicRow Top Songwriter Chart, published every week, uses algorithms based upon song activity garnered from airplay, digital downloaded track sales and streams. This unique and exclusive addition to the MusicRow portfolio is the first songwriter chart of its kind.

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LB Rogers is Project Manager at MusicRow magazine. She heads up specific, large-scale projects for the company and assists in day-to-day tasks. LB also manages the MusicRow Top Songwriter Chart and contributes editorial for both the print and online platforms. She joined MusicRow full time in January of 2019, after interning and working part time for the company for a year. She is from Blairsville, Georgia and graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a Music Business degree in 2018.

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