Gospel Weekly Airplay Chart

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Posted August 7, 2020
Reflects actual airplay logged for the current period.

Gospel Weekly
Title (Label)
TW LW 2W Total
R 2 1 Billy Droze
Angels Watching Over Me (RBR)
Billy Droze, Ronnie Bowman, Barry Bales
47 81 128
1 1 2 Eddie Sanders
Three Wooden Crosses (Engelhardt Music Group)
Kim Williams, Doug Johnson
43 84 93 220
D 3 High Fidelity
Got A Little Light (Rebel)
James (Roberts) Carson
40 40
R 4 King James Boys
Much More Than I Asked For (Morning Glory)
Rochester Matthews
38 38
R 5 JB & Jamie Dailey
Will The Angels Play Their Harps For Me (Pinecastle)
Kirsch, Wilite Wilhite
33 33
R 6 Aaron Bibelhauser
Jesus Savior Pilot Me (Independent)
John Edgar Gould
31 31
D 7 The Churchmen
Wings Of Your Love (Morning Glory)
Ronnie Bowman, Amanda Martin
27 27
R 8 Alan Bibey & Grasstowne
I'd Rather Have Jesus (Mountain Fever)
Rhea Miller, Zachary McLamb, George Beverly Shea
25 25
R 9 Alan Bibey & Grasstowne
New Life (Mountain Fever)
Becky Buller
22 22
R 10 10 Gospel Plowboys
When I Wake Up To Sleep No More (Morning Glory)
Marion W. Easterling
21 29 50

Gospel Chart

This chart is compiled weekly from actual airplay data logged and reported by our contributing Bluegrass DJ’s. The numbers reflect airplay on Satellite and terrestrial radio. Our reporters come from both commercial and non-commercial stations, but do not include streaming internet broadcasts. Only songs less than 18 months from original release date appear here.

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* Tie (note: ties are sorted alphabetically by artist)
D = Debut             TW= This Week          LW= Last Week
R = Reentry          2W= Two Weeks Ago