TouchTunes, the largest in-venue interactive entertainment network in North America, today released its year end music charts reporting on the top played songs and artists in 2012. Based on songs played across its network of 57,000 jukeboxes, TouchTunes’ year end review provides a unique look into what music is being played socially in bars and restaurants across America.
And the results are in! From New York to LA, country music dominated the top 10 songs chart in 2012. Jason Aldean ‘s “Dirt Road Anthem” was the most played song for the second consecutive year. Additionally, Aldean was the most played artist overall, closely followed by jukebox favorites AC/DC and Kid Rock.
“I’m thrilled to be the most played artist on TouchTunes this year, and to learn that ‘Dirt Road Anthem’ was the #1 song for a second year in a row. Knowing that the real people across America are choosing my music while they’re out having fun at the kind of hangouts where I got my start is a great thing.”
Other country tunes that made the Top 10 Songs are Eric Church‘s “Smoke a Little Smoke,” Luke Bryan‘s “Country Girl (Shake It For Me),” Toby Keith’s “Red Solo Cup,” Little Big Town‘s “Pontoon,” and Eric Church’s “Drink in My Hand.”
That’s 6 out of 10 people…WAY TO GO COUNTRY MUSIC! You can see the entire list here.
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