Morgan Wallen & Eric Church’s ‘Man Made a Bar’ Hops to No. 1 on Country Airplay Chart

Morgan Wallen’s “Man Made a Bar,” featuring Eric Church, ascends to No. 1 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart (dated April 20). The single gained by 14% to 31.1 million in audience April 5-11, according to Luminate.


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Wallen earns his 12th Country Airplay leader and Church scores his 11th. The track, which Rocky Block, Jordan Dozzi, Larry Fleet and Brett Tyler co-wrote and Joey Moi produced, is from Wallen’s 36-song album One Thing at a Time, which has dominated Top Country Albums for 45 frames and the all-genre Billboard 200 for 19 weeks – the most ever for a country title – since its release in March 2023.

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The 30-year-old Wallen, from Sneedville, Tenn., tallies his fifth Country Airplay No. 1 from One Thing at a Time, following “Thinkin’ Bout Me,” which ruled for five frames beginning in October 2023, “Last Night” (eight, starting in May 2023) and two singles released before the album, “Thought You Should Know” (three, beginning in February 2023) and “You Proof” (a record 10, starting in October 2022). The set has also spun off top 10s in the title track (No. 8, May 2023) and “Everything I Love” (No. 3, December).

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Wallen last led Country Airplay as featured on Thomas Rhett’s “Mamaw’s House” for a week in March. Church, meanwhile, tops Country Airplay for the first time since May 2021, when “Hell of a View” led for one week.

Where It Ends’ Begins Top 10 Stay

Bailey Zimmerman’s “Where It Ends” lifts 13-9 on Country Airplay (19.5 million, up 13%). The song, which he co-wrote, is his fourth career-opening top 10, following three No. 1s: “Fall in Love,” for one week in December 2022, “Rock and a Hard Place” (six weeks, starting in April 2023) and “Religiously” (one, September 2023).

‘Wildflowers’ Power

Lainey Wilson banks her seventh consecutive career-opening Country Airplay top 10 (not including holiday fare), as “Wildflowers and Wild Horses” rides 11-10 (18.3 million, down 1%). The song, which she co-authored, follows her collaboration with Jelly Roll, “Save Me,” which ruled for two weeks in December, becoming her fourth leader, and Jelly Roll’s third.