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ACMS MOVE THE NEEDLE AT iTUNES

Mickey Guyton, Luke Combs and Morgan Wallen have shot into the Top 10 at iTunes albums following Wednesday’s ACM Awards as 14 Country songs fill the Top 20 at iTunes songs.

Riley Green’s Friday release, the EP If It Wasn’t for Trucks (BMLG), now sits atop the albums chart which has both editions of Taylor Swift’s folklore (Republic) in the Top 10. Guyton’s EP Bridges (Capitol Nashville) has risen about 30 slots to #5 in the 16 hours since awards show commenced.

Combs’ 10-month-old What You See is What You Get (River House) and Wallen’s April release, If I Know Me (Big Loud), are #9 and #10, respectively.

The heavily promoted Keith Urban and P!nk duet, “One Too Many” (Hit Red/Capitol Nashville), released the day of the ACMs, sits at #2 at iTunes songs followed by the song Eric Church performed on the telecast, “Stick That in Your Country Song,” which EMI Nashville released in June.

Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani’s duet, “Happy Anywhere,” Dan + Shay’s “I Should Probably Go To Bed,” Kane Brown’s “Worldwide Beautiful” and Combs’ “Better Together” are in the Top 10. Also in the Top 20 are songs by Old Dominion, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Wallen, Gabby Barrett, Trisha Yearwood, Thomas Rhett and Jason Aldean.

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