Sam Hunt’s ‘Downtown’s Dead’ Debuts At #18 On Country Radio

Sam Hunt’s “Downtown’s Dead” is the most-added song at country radio this week with an impressive 111 station adds, landing the new tune at No. 18 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart and marking Hunt’s highest-ever radio single chart debut. Click HERE to listen.

Written by Hunt with Zach Crowell, Josh Osborne, Shane McAnally and Charlie Handsome, “Downtown’s Dead” follows Hunt’s record-breaking, 5x Platinum-selling smash and the newly-named 2018 Billboard Music Awards Top Country Song, “Body Like A Back Road.” At 34 weeks, Hunt’s “Body Like a Back Road” set the record for the most weeks at No. 1 in the six-decade history of Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart and earned Hunt the 2017 Academy of Country Music Award for “Single Record of the Year.” Hunt will also receive the ACM Gene Weed Milestone Award at the ACM Honors ceremony this summer in recognition of this extraordinary achievement.

Next up, Hunt headlines the Firestone Legends Day concert this Saturday at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway during race weekend for the 102nd Indianapolis 500. Then, Hunt heads out as a special guest on Luke Bryan’s What Makes You Country Tour – XL Stadium Sized kicking off May 31 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, ONT. Additional tour stops include New York City, Cincinnati, Tampa, Pittsburgh, Boston, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Denver, St. Louis, Chicago, Vancouver and Detroit.

For more information on music, tour dates and tickets, please visit www.SamHunt.com.