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Jan 16

Top 10 Country Dance Songs of 2013

Top 10 Country Dance Songs of 2013

Blake Shelton photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Nashville.

Get those dancing shoes ready! Marco Club Connection has released its 10th annual list of the Top 10 Country Dance Club Songs. Blake Shelton’s “Boys ‘Round Here” tops the list with Chris Young’s “Aw Naw” and Laura Bell Bundy’s “Two Step” rounding out the Top 3. The company surveys a panel of 250 club owners, DJs and dance instructors from across the country to compile its rankings each year.

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“2013 was a really exciting year for dance-oriented Country Music,” Bianca Valentino, Venue Marketing Specialist at Marco Club Connection, said. “The radio was full of high-energy, up-tempo hits, and the clubs were, too. There was a great mix of established artists like Blake Shelton, and a second huge club record from Florida Georgia Line, while the dance-community definitely found its own favorites in high energy tracks like Laura Bell Bundy’s “Two Step”, and “Booze Cruise” from Blackjack Billy. We continue to see growth year-to-year in the audience who gravitate towards this music and these venues.”

See the 2013 Top 10 Country Dance Club Hits below:

2013 Top Ten Country Dance Club Hits

1. Boys Round Here – Blake Shelton
2. Aw Naw – Chris Young
3. Two Step – Laura Bell Bundy
4. Thats My Kind Of Night – Luke Bryan 
5. Booze Cruise – Blackjack Billy
6. Mama’s Broken Heart – Miranda Lambert 
7. Don’t Ya – Brett Eldredge
8. Done – The Band Perry
9. Runnin’ Out of Moonlight – Randy Houser
10. Round Here – Florida Georgia Line

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