Travis Tritt Scores First Airplay Top 10 Since 2002 on Cory Marks' 'Outlaws & Outsiders'

Travis Tritt
Ed Rode

Travis Tritt

The track, which also features Five Finger Death Punch's Ivan Moody and Motley Crue's Mick Mars, rises 11-10 on Mainstream Rock Songs.

For the first time since 2002, Travis Tritt hits the top 10 of a Billboard airplay chart.

Cory Marks' "Outlaws & Outsiders," on which Tritt is featured alongside Ivan Moody and Mick Mars, rises 11-10 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs airplay list dated May 23.

The track is Marks' first top 10 on the chart, earned in his first appearance. It's his debut single since signing to Better Noise.

Moody and Mars have, meanwhile, reached the top 10 on Mainstream Rock Songs, which began in 1981, multiple times, as part of their bands Five Finger Death Punch and Motley Crue, respectively.

As for Tritt, "Outlaws & Outsiders" is his first Mainstream Rock Songs top 10, but in his usual territory, the Country Airplay chart, he's tallied 19 top 10s, five of which hit No. 1, in 1990-2000. Tritt's most recent Country Airplay top 10? "Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde," which peaked at No. 8 in May 2002.

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