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Monday – October 31, 2016

Karen Peck & New River hold on the #1 spot for a fourth week with their hit single “Calling. The chart also sees debuts this week from the Jim Brady Trio, Gaither Vocal Band, and Mark Trammell Quartet. Fan favorite this week was The Isaacs‘s “This Is the Year” for the first week. Other songs popular with the fans included the latest singles from Ivan Parker2nd Generation, The McMillans, and The Talleys, . Stop in and vote for your favorite artists!

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Top 40 Weekly Chart

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LW
#WK
TITLE
ARTIST
PEAK
1
1
19
Calling Karen Peck & New River
1(4)
2
3
12
Living In the Promised Land Triumphant
2
3
4
11
Somebody’s Miracle Brian Free & Assurance
3
4
5
8
I Love You This Much Whisnants
3
5
6
13
My Father’s House Nelons
3
6
9
19
This Is the Year Isaacs
6
7
7
14
If We Ever Gotta Look Hoppers
4
8
2
20
After All This Time Talleys
1(3)
9
8
9
I Choose to Stand Mylon Hayes Family
8
10
12
10
Mourning Into Dancing Bowling Family
8
11
10
16
It’s What He’s Done Wilburn & Wilburn
10
12
11
13
New Song Browders
5
13
17
8
Saving Us a Place In the Choir Kingdom Heirs
13
14
14
9
God Is Always Good Amber Nelon Thompson
14
15
13
16
Holy, Glory to the Lamb Barry Rowland & Deliverance
13
16
21
4
Someone’s Listenin’ Jeff & Sheri Easter
16
17
18
3
Never Forsaken Tribute
17
18
19
11
Heaven’s Jubilee Littles
17
19
29
2
Only Faith Can See Erwins
19
20
27
2
Joshua Led God’s Children Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
20
21
16
8
He Lived to Tell It Williamsons
16
22
25
10
Lord of Mercy Master’s Voice
22
23
22
9
He’s Been Better Than Good to Me Primitive Quartet
17
24
20
3
That’s Why There’s a Cross McKameys
20
25
32
4
Mama’s Rocking Chair Ivan Parker
25
26
28
11
Jesus Picked a Rose Inspirations
26
27
36
10
For Every Goliath Carolina Boys
15
28
23
9
Here I Stand Amazed Kingsmen
20
29
26
3
When I Cross to the Other Side of Jordan Blackwood Brothers
26
30
30
3
It Doesn’t Get Better Than This Hyssongs
30
31
34
2
He Welcomes the Beggar 11th Hour
31
32
38
9
Now a Witness Am I Down East Boys
28
33
**
27
Dirt On My Hands Booth Brothers
1(2)
34
37
3
The Prodigal Son Second Half Quartet
34
35
31
20
When My Tears Wash the Scars Dunaways
19
36
15
21
Big Enough Joseph Habedank
4
37
*
1
Homesick For Heaven Jim Brady Trio
37
38
*
1
Working On a Building Gaither Vocal Band
38
39
24
16
The Only One Doug Anderson
7
40
*
1
Already In Canaan Land Mark Trammell Quartet
40
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