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Warner Music Nashville is No.1 - Hunter Hayes and Brett Eldredge Top The Charts

Warner Music Nashville is No.1 - Hunter Hayes and Brett Eldredge Top The Charts

Yes, you read it correctly. In the same week, the WMN promo team celebrated two separate No. 1’s. On Billboard’s Country Airplay Chart, Brett Eldredge marks his first No. 1 with “Don’t Ya,” while Hunter Hayes tops Country Aircheck's Mediabase chart with “I Want Crazy”. This marks Hunter’s third consecutive No 1. In addition, WMN celebrated having three albums in the Top 5 on SoundScan’s Top Current Country Albums chart with Brett Eldredge’s Bring You Back, Blake Shelton’s Based On a True Story… and Hunter Hayes’ (ENCORE). Charlie Worsham also celebrated his first Top 20 hit this week on Country Aircheck’s Mediabase chart with “Could It Be” and Sheryl Crow continues to celebrate success with her first Top 20 country hit “Easy,” adding to her combined 40 Top 10s on the Billboard Hot 100, Adult Top 40, Adult Contemporary, Mainstream Top 40, Triple A (with the most No.1 singles among women in the chart's 17-year history) and Hot Country Songs charts.

I cannot adequately express how proud I am of our artists and our Warner Music Nashville family,” said John Esposito (President & CEO, WMN). “When you love the artists and their music, it makes our work fun. We still have mountains to climb but I look forward to the journey that lies ahead.”

"This is a big day for the Warner Music Family,” said Chris Stacey (SVP Promotion, WMN). “This feels like the culmination of years of hard work finally starting to pay off. We have the most passionate and dedicated promo team in the business! This milestone moment will not be taken lightly—but will drive us to fight even harder for our artists.”

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Warner Music Nashville was created in 2009 to expand the presence of WMG and its family of labels in Nashville. The division is home to Atlantic Records, Warner Bros. Records, Elektra Nashville and Word Entertainment.

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