Club Connection Announces Top Ten Country Dance Hits Of 2006

From: AristoMedia
Published: Mon Jan 08 2007

For the third year, Marco Promotion's Club Connection surveyed over 200 country nightclubs and dance instructors nationwide to determine the most played and most requested dance titles of the past 12 months.

Steve Holy blasted into 2006 with this year's number one club track, "Brand New Girlfriend." The single, which also earned Holy his second #1 radio hit, was released in February with a remix sent exclusively to clubs and dance instructors in November.

Trace Adkins dominates this year's top ten by earning the number two and number six spots with "Swing" and current radio single "Ladies Love Country Boys" respectively. Both tracks are on his 2006 Album Dangerous Man.

The number three spot belongs to Rodney Atkins and his breakout single "If You're Going Through Hell," the title track from his sophomore album on Curb Records.

CMA Award Winners Rascal Flatts capture the number four spot for their Jeffery Steele, Tony Mullins, Jon Stone penned "Me And My Gang." Brad Paisley rounds out the top 5 with "The World."

Toby Keith made his third straight appearance on the top ten with his single "Get Drunk And Be Somebody," charting at number seven.

Country newcomers closed out the 2006 top ten. Pittsburgh, PA natives the Povertyneck Hillbillies chart at number eight with their debut single "Mr. Right Now." The number nine spot belongs to Curb Recording artist Tyler Dean with "Built For Blue Jeans," a track that was released exclusively to clubs and dance instructors. Completing this year's list is Eric Church's "Two Pink Lines," the second single from
his debut album Sinners Like Me.

2005's number one dance hit, Trace Adkins' "Honkytonk Badonkadonk," continued its' momentum into 2006 earning the highest re-current rotation. Bomshel's "Bomshel Stomp," which earned the duo the number six spot in 2005, took the number two re-current position. Big and Rich's club mainstay "Save A Horse, Ride A Cowboy," a single that topped the 2004 club hits list and appeared as 2005's number one re-current, earned the third highest re-current rotation in 2006.

Club Connection's Top Ten Dance Hits Of 2006 are:

1. Steve Holy "Brand New Girlfriend"
2. Trace Adkins "Swing"
3. Rodney Atkins "If You're Going Through Hell"
4. Rascal Flatts "Me And My Gang"
5. Brad Paisley "The World"
6. Trace Adkins "Ladies Love Country Boys"
7. Toby Keith "Get Drunk And Be Somebody"
8. PovertyNeck Hillbillies "Mr. Right Now"
9. Tyler Dean "Built For Blue Jeans"
10. Eric Church "Two Pink Lines"

Marco Promotion's Club Connection is a division of Nashville-based publicity and promotions company, AristoMedia Group. Capitalizing on the resurgent popularity of country dance clubs, Club Connection provides services that allow artists to impact larger audiences and increase product awareness. Club Connection has created successful promotion packages for artists including Trace Adkins, Dierks Bentley, Big & Rich, Montgomery Gentry, Toby Keith and Bomshel. For more information about Marco Promotions' Club Connection, please visit or
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