The song is Bryan's third consecutive airplay No. 1 from his forthcoming album 'Born Here Live Here Die Here.'
The country star debuted the emotional ballad for Father’s Day, ahead of his forthcoming album, ‘Born Here Live Here Die Here’.
The three-hour special will feature more than 25 performances from past CMA Fests, including those by Darius Rucker, Carrie Underwood and Tim McGraw.
“If you think we live in the land of the free, you should try to be black like me," sings Guyton.
From Don't Think I Don't Think About It to For The First Time, the ten songs you must hear in Darius Rucker's No. 1-filled story so far.
The track climbs 3-1, also becoming Pardi's fourth chart-topper.
The band is fronted by Doug Douglason, aka album producer and country royalty Dierks Bentley.
The album will be available on both standard black vinyl and limited edition translucent orange vinyl.
The four members of 1990s phenomenon Hootie and the Blowfish talk to uDiscover Music about reuniting on their new, sixth studio album Imperfect Circle.
The album will feature the multi-million-selling band's new co-writes with Ed Sheeran and Chris Stapleton.
The platinum-selling album contained Bryan's first two No. 1 country hits.
Bryan is the 15th artist to achieve as many as 28 airplay top ten hits, a list headed by George Strait with 61.
The news comes after his performance on the American Idol season finale with winner Laine Hardy.
The release of 'Graffiti U' and two earlier albums means that the country superstar's entire catalogue is now on vinyl.