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
They complain about not having wireless access and getting poor service, they vague-tweet about making big decisions without giving any actual details, they take private jet rides with political commentators and they root for the girl that gets dumped on The Bachelor...
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
After Sunny Sweeney made history last week, when she became the first female singer to have two consecutive No. 1's in Texas; Mario Flores, Aaron Watson and Roger Creager hope to make her run on top short this week.
What were some of your favorite Texas Music “Scene-lebrities” up to this week? Doing Keg stands, looking for ice cream, watching golf, going to the movies and sharing it all with us!
This week history was made here in Texas, as Sunny Sweeney took "My Bed" to the top of the Texas charts. You may recall "Bad Girl Phase," too, went to the top towards the end of 2014. This marks the first time a female singer has had two consecutive No. 1's in Texas. Congrats, Sunny! If you haven't gotten your hands on her album "Provoked" yet, do.