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Zac Brown Band tops Billboard Country Airplay chart this week

Zac Brown Band's "Sweet Annie" reaches number one
Zac Brown Band's "Sweet Annie" reaches number one
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The Zac Brown Band have achieved yet another number one single as their hit, "Sweet Annie" claims the top spot on this week's Billboard Country Airplay chart. It climbs from number two for the chart week of February 1, 2014, and ends Florida Georgia Line's reign as the most-played country song. This is the sixth song from the Grammy-winning band to reach number one.

"Don't Let Me Be Lonely" by The Band Perry lands at number two, while David Nail rounds out the top three with "Whatever She's Got." Luke Bryan leaps five positions to number four with "Drink A Beer." Last week's number one "Stay" by Florida Georgia Line falls to number five.

Cole Swindell continues to climb with his catchy tune "Chillin' It," and moves up two spaces. "Friday Night" by Eric Paslay falls one position to number seven. Jason Aldean's lastest hit, "When She Says Baby," moves up two spots and is named the eighth most-played single.

"Radio" by Darius Rucker makes it way back down the charts, coming it at number nine. Cassadee Pope becomes the first contestant from "The Voice" to land in the country top ten with a solo hit. Her debut single, "Wasting All These Tears" reaches number ten this week.

Lady Antebellum and Jon Pardi also find their latest singles inching up closer to the top ten. Find out what listeners can expect on Jon Pardi's debut album here.

Thompson Square, Frankie Ballard, and Danielle Bradbery round out the top fifteen hits of the week.

Randy Houser, Dierks Bentley, Scotty McCreery, Blake Shelton, Jerrod Nieman, Brett Eldredge, Brad Paisley, and Brantley Gilbert all have singles that moved up on the charts this week.

Eric Church's "Give Me Back My Hometown" makes a huge move as it jumps ten spots to number twenty three after just three weeks on the charts. Watch the just-released video for the hot hit here.