Luke Combs‘ “Forever After All” debuts at No. 49 this week on MusicRow‘s CountryBreakout Radio Chart. It received 17 new station adds and had the highest increase in spins with a + 241. The single was written by Combs, Robert Williford, and Drew Parker.
Lauren Alaina‘s new duet with Jon Pardi, “Getting Over Him,” also debuted this week at No. 70.
Receiving the highest spin gain on the Mediabase chart, “Beers and Sunshine” by Darius Rucker reached No. 1 on both Mediabase and Billboard.
“It’s certainly been a challenging year,” said Rucker. “Like a lot of people, when I got home from being on the road last March and we parked the tour bus for the foreseeable future, we had no idea what our future would actually look like. I don’t have the answers for how we fix the complex issues that we’re facing in our country or in country music, however while we work through this time I think it’s important that we balance the heaviness by finding the silver lining, where we can really enjoy the simple joys this song talks about like time spent together with friends and family.”
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