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Monday – November 7, 2016

A multitude of songs battled it out for the #1 spot this week, but ultimately Triumphant reigned victorious as “Living In the Promised Land” takes the top spot this week. The chart also sees a debut this week from Watts, Rowsey & Bean and re-entries from Gordon MotePruitt Family, and The Guardians. Fan favorite this week was The Isaacs‘s “This Is the Year” for the second week in a row. Other songs popular with the fans included the latest singles from The NelonsAmber Nelon Thompson, Pruitt Family, and The Williamsons. 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
2
13
Living In the Promised Land Triumphant
1
2
5
14
My Father’s House Nelons
2
3
4
9
I Love You This Much Whisnants
3
4
6
20
This Is the Year Isaacs
4
5
3
12
Somebody’s Miracle Brian Free & Assurance
3
6
10
11
Mourning Into Dancing Bowling Family
6
7
7
15
If We Ever Gotta Look Hoppers
4
8
12
14
New Song Browders
5
9
11
17
It’s What He’s Done Wilburn & Wilburn
9
10
9
10
I Choose to Stand Mylon Hayes Family
8
11
15
17
Holy, Glory to the Lamb Barry Rowland & Deliverance
11
12
14
10
God Is Always Good Amber Nelon Thompson
12
13
13
9
Saving Us a Place In the Choir Kingdom Heirs
13
14
19
3
Only Faith Can See Erwins
14
15
1
20
Calling Karen Peck & New River
1(4)
16
17
4
Never Forsaken Tribute
16
17
20
3
Joshua Led God’s Children Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
17
18
8
21
After All This Time Talleys
1(3)
19
**
4
O, the Blood Gordon Mote
19
20
21
9
He Lived to Tell It Williamsons
20
21
31
3
He Welcomes the Beggar 11th Hour
21
22
28
10
Here I Stand Amazed Kingsmen
20
23
37
2
Homesick For Heaven Jim Brady Trio
23
24
18
12
Heaven’s Jubilee Littles
17
25
16
5
Someone’s Listenin’ Jeff & Sheri Easter
16
26
26
12
Jesus Picked a Rose Inspirations
26
27
24
4
That’s Why There’s a Cross McKameys
20
28
23
10
He’s Been Better Than Good to Me Primitive Quartet
17
29
30
4
It Doesn’t Get Better Than This Hyssongs
29
30
27
11
For Every Goliath Carolina Boys
15
31
*
1
He Lives to Love Watts, Rowsey & Bean
31
32
32
10
Now a Witness Am I Down East Boys
28
33
22
11
Lord of Mercy Master’s Voice
22
34
29
4
When I Cross to the Other Side of Jordan Blackwood Brothers
26
35
25
5
Mama’s Rocking Chair Ivan Parker
25
36
**
4
God’s Appointed Time Pruitt Family
36
37
34
4
The Prodigal Son Second Half Quartet
34
38
38
2
Working On a Building Gaither Vocal Band
38
39
40
2
Already In Canaan Land Mark Trammell Quartet
39
40
**
2
It Ain’t Gonna Worry Me Long Guardians
32
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