Joe Nichols logs a second week at number one with his single, "Yeah," on the Billboard Country Airplay chart for the week of August 9, 2014.
Billy Currington takes the runner-up spot with "We Are Tonight" while Lee Brices' "I Don't Dance" lands at three. "Drunk On A Plane" continues to climb for Dierks Bentley, coming in at fourth. Tim McGraw's "Meanwhile Back At Mama's," featuring wife Faith Hill on background vocals, is fifth.
"Who I Am With You," a former number one for Chris Young, falls to six, while Brad Paisley's "River Bank" slips to seven. Lady Antebellum climbs one notch to the eighth position with "Bartender." Kenny Chesney's "American Kids" jumps two spots to claim the number nine spot. "Where It's At (Yep, Yep)" from Dustin Lynch breaks into the top ten becoming his second single to do so.
Claiming positions eleven through twenty are: Cole Swindell's "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight," "Song About A Girl" by Eric Paslay, Florida Georgia Line's "Dirt," "Small Town Throwdown" from Brantley Gilbert, Justin Moore, and Thomas Rhett, Luke Bryan's "Roller Coaster," "Later On" from the Swon Brothers, Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood's "Somethin' Bad" duet, "Ready Set Roll" by Chase Rice, "Burnin' It Down" from Jason Aldean, and "Dust" by the Eli Young Band.
All of the songs occupying spots twenty-one through thirty continue to move upwards this week. The Zac Brown Band is at twenty-one with "All Alright." Sam Hunt, writer of this week's runner-up "We Are Tonight," lands at twenty-two with "Leave The Night On." A trio of drinking songs claim positions twenty-three through twenty-five: Eric Church's "Cold One," "Sunshine & Whiskey" from Frankie Ballard, and Little Big Town's "Day Drinking."
Big & Rich's "Look At You" is at twenty-six after twenty-two weeks on the charts. Parmalee jumps one notch to twenty-seven with "Close Your Eyes" while Rascal Flatts' "Payback" is at twenty-eight. Keith Urban also moves up one spot to twenty-nine with "Somewhere In My Car" from his "Fuse" album. Scotty McCreery's "Feelin' It" breaks into the top thirty after sixteen weeks on the chart.