Who has what it takes to land at No. 1? Curtis Grimes, Josh Ward, and Jamie Richards all had big weeks — let’s check out the biggest songs on Texas radio.
10. Flatland Cavalry — A Life Where We Work Out
9. Whiskey Myers — Stone
This week Kevin Fowler hopes to keep "Texas Forever," on top of Texas radio. But it won't be easy; can he hold off Curtis Grimes, William Clark Green, and Aaron Watson? Let’s find out.
10. Deryl Dodd — The Ride
9. Sundance Head — 13 Years
Josh Ward landed the first No. 1 single of the new year, but this week he slips back to No. 2, despite picking up spins. So who overtook Ward? Curtis Grimes, William Clark Green, or Kevin Fowler? Let’s find out.
10. Sundance Head -- 13 Years
It was a big week on the radio for Casey Donahew, Zane Williams, and Jon Wolfe; but only one can be Tops in Texas. Who lands the biggest song in Texas this week? Let's find out.
10. Sam Riggs — High on a Country Song
9. Jamie Richards — Second Hand Smoke
It's November! That means for the most part, we've heard all the radio singles that will be released this year -- I mean they'll be a few more, but I'll be on vacation when those come out. Here they are, our Favorite Texas and Red Dirt Singles of '16...
The big winner this year at the Texas Regional Radio Music Awards, William Clark Green. Green took home (or had sent to him) four awards including Entertainer of the Year.
The 6th Annual Texas Regional Radio Awards were given out over the weekend during Larry Joe Taylor’s Rhymes & Vines Texas Music Festival in Stephenville, Texas.
This week Roger Creager looks to hold off big pushes from Jon Wolfe, Josh Ward and Curtis Grimes and stay at No. 1. But does he have what it takes? Who lands the top spot? Let’s find out.
10. Casey Donahew — Feels This Right
9. William Clark Green -- Next Big Thing
This week Roger Creager looks to overtake Bri Bagwell and land the No. 1 spot. But he's got to hold off big pushes from Jon Wolfe, Josh Ward and Curtis Grimes. Who lands the top spot? Let’s find out.
10. Bart Crow -- Dear Music,
9. Rich O’Toole — Back to Back
Jon Wolfe closed out 2015 at No. 1, but this week he tumbles all the way out of the Top 10. This opens the door up to the top spot to Roger Creager, Josh Ward and Green River Ordinance. Who lands it? Let's find out.
10. Josh Abbott Band – Amnesia