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Monday – October 29, 2018

Jim Brady Trio holds on to the #1 spot this week with “Lost,” the debut single from their latest Daywind Record release Hope Keeps Writing the Song. Fan favorite this week also belonged to Michael English‘s “Little Is Much” also for an eighth consecutive week. Other favorites among the fans included the latest singles from Jason Crabb (with Gary LeVox), The Talleys, Three Bridges, and Jim Brady Trio! Vote for your favorites this week!

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Top 40 Weekly Chart

TW
LW
#WK
TITLE
ARTIST
PEAK
1
1
17
Lost Jim Brady Trio
1(4)
2
2
10
I Know I’ll Be There Karen Peck & New River
2
3
4
13
Watch & See Erwins
3
4
6
6
You Chose To Be My Friend Jason Crabb (with Gary LeVox)
4
5
3
18
Jesus Messiah Gaither Vocal Band
2
6
5
15
Rolled Back Stone Greater Vision
5
7
7
12
Grab Your Umbrella Talleys
6
8
8
9
Little Is Much Michael English
7
9
9
14
Anything Less Taylors
5
10
10
10
Faithful Whisnants
10
11
11
15
Meeting In the Middle of the Air Tribute
6
12
12
14
Treasures of Heaven Mark Trammell Quartet
9
13
17
11
Good News Never Gets Old Three Bridges
13
14
14
10
Every Moment, Every Mountain, Every Mile Williamsons
14
15
15
9
Running Martins
14
16
16
11
Run the Race Hyssongs
16
17
18
5
Love Love Love Gordon Mote
17
18
20
6
Heaven Just Got Sweeter For You Kingdom Heirs
18
19
21
5
Longing For Home Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
19
20
23
4
I Want to Praise Him 11th Hour
20
21
19
18
Don’t Underestimate God’s Grace Kingsmen
18
22
27
9
The Thing About a Valley Steve Ladd
22
23
13
22
Beat Up Bible Down East Boys
4
24
30
6
Let My Light So Shine Zane & Donna King
24
25
25
11
The Return Soul’d Out
25
26
26
7
I’m Gonna Wish I Had Worried Less Mark Bishop
26
27
36
3
Mercy & Love Collingsworth Family
27
28
28
5
When Jesus Turns My Prison Into My Shouting Ground
Inspirations
28
29
29
5
Power In the Blood/Are You Washed In the Blood? Blackwood Brothers
29
30
22
20
What An Anchor Mylon Hayes Family
15
31
31
13
Wayfaring Stranger Jeff & Sheri Easter
22
32
38
3
Never Changes Steeles
32
33
33
7
Remember That He Loves You Doug Anderson
25
34
39
2
It Carried Him Perrys
34
35
35
10
Let Me Take You to the Cross Ivan Parker
28
36
24
22
By a Show of Hands Carolina Boys
8
37
40
2
When I Wake Up to Sleep No More Old Time Preachers Quartet
37
38
32
22
Sun’s Gonna Come Up LeFevre Quartet
1(4)
39
34
28
Jailbreak Joseph Habedank
1(3)
40
37
20
Deep In My Heart Legacy Five
18
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