CHART NEWS: Josh Abbott Band Rules The Texas Music Chart, New Entries by Mark McKinney & The Washers

While Stoney Larue's "Travelin' Kind" is less than 100 spins away from Number 1, the Josh Abbott Band holds steady at Number 1 on the Texas Music Chart with his mega-hit "I'll Sing About Mine."

Rounding out the top 5 for the week ending January 28, 2013: Jason Boland & the Stragglers "Obsessed" at Number 3, Reckless Kelly's "Pennsylvania Avenue" down 2 to Number 4 and the Eli Young Band holding steady at Number 5.

Mark McKinney and Bri Bagwell scored their first week on the Texas Music Chart at Number 43 with "She Ain't Leavin'" - while The Washers barely squeaked out a Number 50 showing with their new hit "Like A Gypsy Should."

Rounding out the Top 10 this week is the Randy Rogers Band with "Trouble Knows My Name - up 12 places to Number 6. Aaron Watson is also up 3 places to Number 7 with "Lips," and The Great Divide rise  from 13 to Number 8 with its single "Without You." Holding at Number 9 is The Departed's "Worth The Vision" and Curtis Grimes falls 3 places to an honorable Number 10 with "Smile." View full chart by clicking here. 

Other notable chart jumps come from Jon Wolfe's "The Only Time You Call" which rises a massive 14 slots to Number 35 in its second week on the chart, and Josh Ward's "Sent Me You" jumps 11 places to Number 37. TexasCharts.com
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