With "Everything's Gonna Be Alright," Murphy ends the longest break between No. 1s, while Chesney earns his record-tying 29th leader.
David Lee Murphy and Kenny Chesney's "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" ascends 3-1 in its 32nd week on Billboard's Country Airplay chart (dated June 23). It increases 6 percent to 42 million audience impressions in the week ending June 17, according to Nielsen Music.
On the Hot Country Songs chart, which blends airplay, streaming and sales data, "Alright" ranks at No. 11 after reaching No. 9.
The song, co-written by Murphy, Jimmy Yeary and Chris Stevens, marks Murphy's second Country Airplay No. 1 (among six top 10s) and his first in 22 years, five months and three weeks. His first, "Dust on the Bottle," hit No. 1 on the chart dated Oct. 28, 1995, for its first of a two-week reign.