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Monday – February 29, 2016

Karen Peck & New River hold on to the #1 spot for a second consecutive week but third total in the top spot with their hit single “I Am Blessed.” The chart also sees multiple debuts this week from the Mylon Hayes Family, The Whisnants, The Hoppers, Kingsmen, and Sisters.

Fan favorite this week was the Gordon Mote‘s “Only Jesus Can Heal This Hurting World.” Other favorites from the fans included the latest songs from The McKameys, Michael English, Bowling Family, and Eighth Day. Vote for all of your favorite songs today!

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Top 40 Weekly Chart

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LW
#WK
TITLE
ARTIST
PEAK
1
1
18
I Am Blessed Karen Peck & New River
1(3)
2
5
7
Mountain Moving Faith 11th Hour
2
3
4
19
I’m Gonna Say It Eighth Day
1(2)
4
6
16
Shoutin’ Sounds Guardians
1
5
3
12
You Asked Him to Leave Wilburn & Wilburn
2
6
2
17
Waiting For You to Get Home Browders
1
7
8
25
Welcome Home Joseph Habedank
7
8
11
8
Keep On Perrys
5
9
9
15
Victory In Jesus Gold City
9
10
21
7
Silent Prayer Ivan Parker
3
11
15
13
The People In the Line Talleys
11
12
7
25
As We Speak Greater Vision
1
13
14
5
Something LeFevre Quartet
13
14
27
3
I Was There Bowling Family
14
15
10
24
Jesus Changed Everything Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
2
16
16
4
Just Can’t Make It By Myself Nelons
16
17
18
4
Hallelujah For the Cross Michael English
17
18
29
2
Amazing God Triumphant
18
19
22
6
Leave It All On the Altar Isaacs
19
20
12
24
Happy Rhythm Booth Brothers
3
21
23
7
Monday Williamsons
21
22
30
2
You Loved Me Anyway Mark Bishop & Forget the Sea
22
23
36
6
What If McKameys
23
24
26
4
We Shall Rise Carolina Boys
21
25
34
8
Lovestruck Zane & Donna King
5
26
19
8
I’m In Good Shape (In the Ship I’m In) Tim Livingston
11
27
13
18
Ready to Sail Erwins
3
28
24
9
That’s a Hallelujah Legacy Five
19
29
25
16
He Won’t Leave You There Jason Crabb
3
30
17
23
I’ll Take It to the Grave Mark Trammell Quartet
9
31
20
7
He Did a Surgery On My Heart Primitive Quartet
20
32
*
1
One More Opportunity Mylon Hayes Family
32
33
31
6
There’s Still Room, There’s Still Hope, There’s Still Time Hyssongs
11
34
35
5
He’s My Guide Taylors
25
35
*
1
Grave Mistake Whisnants
35
36
*
1
Jesus, the One Hoppers
36
37
37
9
Again & Again Dunaways
15
38
*
1
I Know Kingsmen
38
39
*
1
You Alone Sisters
39
40
32
13
Those Who Know Me Know Tribute
18
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