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Kenny Chesney Tops Country Airplay Chart

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Kenny Chesney's "All the Pretty Girls" has moved to No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart.

Billboard reports that the single rose 7 percent to 47 million audience impressions in the week ending October 1, according to Nielsen Music. On Hot Country Songs, the single remains bulleted at its No. 7 peak.

"Few songs have as much summer in them as 'All the Pretty Girls,' which is why I wanted to record it," Chesney tells Billboard of the song. "To me, there's a special excitement that is summer and being young and alive. I think the guys caught that in the studio, and in a year that we weren't on the road, I think I still got to be a part of No Shoes Nation's summer through this song."

"Pretty Girls" was written by Nicolle Gaylon, Tommy Lee James and Josh Osborne, and is the fourth single from Chesney's album Cosmic Hallelujah.

by RTT Staff Writer

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