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Jan 21

The Henningsens Set Records with Debut Single “American Beautiful”

The Henningsens

The Henningsens photo by LeAnn Mueller, courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

New trio The Henningsens continue to set records with their debut single, “American Beautiful.” The track broke into the Top 30 this week on Country Aircheck’s airplay chart, making them the first group to reach the Top 30 with their debut single in just four weeks.

“American Beautiful” broke numerous records following its official release. They received a combined 77 Country Aircheck and Billboard radio adds, giving them the most first-week adds of any debut single in Country Aircheck history as well as the highest impact-week add total for a group since 1999.

Co-written by The Henningsens and Brett Beavers, “American Beautiful” is the title track from their upcoming debut album, set to be released this summer. The track is available at all digital retailers. The group has written several songs recorded by artists such as Wynonna, Sara Evans and The Band Perry, including The Band Perry’s “All Your Life” and “You Lie.”

They will attend the annual Country Cares seminar at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis this weekend, where they will tour St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and meet patients and their families. They are set to make their Grand Ole Opry debut on February 2. Check out their brand new website, www.TheHenningsens.com, for more on The Henningsens.

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Posted at 12:51 pm, January 21, 2013 | Permalink

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