Just a few days after Morgan Wallen released his third studio album, One Thing A Time, it has been breaking records as it becomes the country album with the largest streaming week ever. So, it’s no longer a surprise that the modern country star is dominating the top 40 country songs for March 2023. It’s absolutely fascinating that he has eight songs on this list.
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Following Wallen closely behind the top spot is the latest country couple to jointly hit No. 1 with a duet. There’s also Bailey Zimmerman, who is showcasing the genre’s current mix of traditionalism and genre-blending.
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You’ll find more on this list – such as Luke Combs, Zach Bryan, Lainey Wilson, Carly Pearce, Parker McCollum, and so much more. So, without further ado, here are the top 40 country songs for March 2023.
1. Last Night by Morgan Wallen
Morgan Wallen continues his reign at the top with “Last Night,” which finds the East Tennessee native singing about relationship struggles in an alcohol-infused drama. The song peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart after ascending from a debut position of No. 7.
2. Thank God by Kane Brown With Katelyn Brown
Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown are couple goals in the romantic duet “Thank God,” where they combine their talents and love. The song finds them professing their passion for each other and confessing their gratitude to God for bringing them together.
3. Thought You Should Know by Morgan Wallen
Here’s another song by Morgan Wallen! He co-wrote “Thought You Should Know” with the most talented women in country music, Miranda Lambert and Nicolle Galyon, to honor his mother. Remarkably, the song debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
4. Rock And A Hard Place by Bailey Zimmerman
Bailey Zimmerman wrote this song after some complications in a relationship drove him to reconsider his alcohol consumption. It turns out several fans relate as he finally released it in response to its popularity in social media.
5. You Proof by Morgan Wallen
Meanwhile, Morgan Wallen released “You Proof” on his birthday. The song immediately led Billboard’s Country Airplay chart for ten non-consecutive weeks, which is unprecedented.
6. Going, Going, Gone by Luke Combs
Surprisingly, this is the first song in Luke Combs’ career where he plays his own guitar rather than relying on session musicians – and apparently, country fans are loving it.
7. Something In The Orange by Zach Bryan
The Navy veteran has seen a steady rise in his career since the release of his breakthrough album American Heartbreak, which was certified gold in just a few months – along with “Something In The Orange,” which became a No. 1 country hit for Bryan.
8. Heart Like A Truck by Lainey Wilson
This song is brilliantly written with clever metaphors, and it’s amazing to know that it’s actually semi-autobiographical of the growth Lainey Wilson experienced – both as a person and an artist.
9. The Kind Of Love We Make by Luke Combs
This romantic ballad by Luke Combs is just catchy and delivers its share of edgy passion. It is absolutely hard to miss!
10. Love You Anyway by Luke Combs
Here’s another track by Luke Combs! This time, the North Carolina native captures classic country heartache and nostalgia in the song that you’ll be taken back to the 1990s or 2000s.
11. Wait In The Truck by HARDY, Featuring Lainey Wilson
HARDY and Lainey Wilson team up for a powerful song about a sensitive and disturbing subject matter that’s often left undiscussed – and that’s domestic violence. It’s amazing how the two talented artists gave an insight into the injustices domestic violence survivors endure every day.
12. Dawns by Zach Bryan, Featuring Maggie Rogers
Here’s another intense duet, which finds Zach Bryan and Maggie Rogers expressing pain, sorrow, and misery after losing a love they once believed in so much.
13. What He Didn’t Do by Carly Pearce
Carly Pearce shook the country music community when she filed for divorce from her husband after just a few months of marriage. While the real reason for their split was never revealed, the country singer gives us a glimpse through this gentle piano ballad.
14. Handle On You by Parker McCollum
Handle on You is the lead single to Parker McCollum’s upcoming fourth studio album, Never Enough, which he co-wrote himself. McCollum said he wrote “Handle On You” with the desire to make a song that was different from his usual ones.
15. Wild As Her by Corey Kent
Corey Kent’s “Wild As Her” is not your usual love song. It’s about his relationship with a free-spirited woman who lives life on her own terms.
Here are some more tracks that complete the top 40 country songs for March 2023. Check them out below.
- One Thing At A Time by Morgan Wallen
- I Wrote The Book by Morgan Wallen
- Tennessee Orange by Megan Moroney
- Next Thing You Know by Jordan Davis
- You Didn’t by Brett Young
- That’s What Tequila Does by Jason Aldean
- Everything I Love by Morgan Wallen
- Human by Cody Johnson
- Dancin’ In The Country by Tyler Hubbard
- Gold by Dierks Bentley
- Growin’ Up And Getting’ Old by Luke Combs
- Mountain With A View by Kelsea Ballerini
- It Matters To Her by Scotty McCreery
- Memory Lane by Old Dominion
- Water Under The Bridge by Sam Hunt
- Tennessee Fan by Morgan Wallen
- Brown Eyes Baby by Keith Urban
- Everything She Ain’t by Hailey Whitters
- Blindsided by Kelsea Ballerini
- No Body by Blake Shelton
- You, Me, & Whiskey by Justin Moore & Priscilla Block
- Sun To Me by Zach Bryan
- Your Heart Or Mine by Jon Pardi
- Fix’n To Break by Bailey Zimmerman
- Days That End In Why by Morgan Wallen
So, which among these tracks from the top 40 country songs for March 2023 are also on your list?
Bailey Zimmerman, Kane Brown, Katelyn Brown, Lainey Wilson, Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, Zach Bryan