Congratulations to Hunter Hayes for his first number one song on the billboard chart. “Wanted” tops this week’s list. Hunter will be opening for Carrie Underwood in Seattle on October 6, 2012. Tickets are still available here.
Josh Turner’s “Time is Love” is holding at number two this week.
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Also holding for a second week is “Take a Little Ride” by Jason Aldean, at number three.
Little Big Town’s recent number one “Pontoon” drops back to number four after a two week ride in first place.
Speaking of holding steady, the next three songs are exactly where they were last week as well.
“Why Ya Wanna” by Jana Kramer is at number five.
Dustin Lynch’s “Cowboys and Angels” is paused at number six.
Finally, “Blown Away” is temporarily anchored at number seven. Tickets for Carrie Underwood's Oct. 6 concert in Seattle are quickly selling out. Click here for information about those remaining.
“For You” by Keith Urban, drops back two spots to number eight. Fans are looking forward to watching Keith on the upcoming season of American Idol. He, Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey, and Randy Jackson are judges this year.
Easton Corbin’s “Lovin’ You is Fun” is unchanged at number nine this week.
Rounding out the top ten, from his album Hard 2 Love, is Lee Brice’s single “Hard to Love.”