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Top 30 Chart: August 4 – 10, 2023


Check out the top played albums of the week!

  • 🌺 = Albertan
  • 🍁 = Canadian

30. Nathaniel Rateliff: What If I EP (Stax)
29. Lucinda Williams: Stories From A Rock N Roll Heart (Highway 20)
28. Jess Williamson: Time Ain’t Accidental (Mexican Summer)
27. Molly Tuttle: City Of Gold (Nonesuch/Warner)
26. Ben Harper: Wide Open Light (Chrysalis)
25. Durand Jones: Wait Til I Get Over (Dead Oceans)
24. Ekiti Sound: Drum Money (Crammed Discs)
23. Raul Malo: Say Less (Thirty Tigers)
22.🍁 Colter Wall: Little Songs (La Honda)
21. 🍁 Half Moon Run: Salt (BMG)

20. 🍁 Laila Bilai: Your Requests (Act)
19. 🍁 Aleksi Campagne: For The Giving (Independent)
18. 🍁 Boogey The Beat: Cousins (Red Music Rising)
17. 🌺 Kinjo & Young: Wild Prairie Rose (4FT)
16. 🌺 Wendy McNeill: First There Were Feathers (Independent)
15. 🌺 Sargeant X Comrade: Lo Fi Future (Mo Gravy)
14. 🍁 Michael Jerome Browne: Gettin’ Together (Stony Plain)
13. Hayden Pedigo: The Happiest Times I Ever Ignored (Mexican Summer)
12. Jenny Lewis: Joy’all (Glassnote)
11. Gia Margaret: Romantic Piano (Jagjaguwar)

Laila Bilai joins Dawn Pemberton On The Rise to share more about her new album, Your Requests, debuting this week at #20. Fielding 150 song requests via social media, Laila exploring the Great American Songbook with her fans. Look for follow up albums from Laila Bilai that engage with the audience in this way. Learn more about the song, “But not for me.”

10. The Budos Band: Frontier’s Edge (Diamond West)
9. 🌺 Stacy Lloyd Brown: Rhubarb Pie (Independent)
8. 🌺 Bella White: Among Other Things (Rounder)
7.  Iris DeMent: Workin’ On A World (Independent)
6. 🍁 Slow Leaves: Meantime (Birthday Cake)
5. 🍁 Alex Cuba: El Swing Que Yo Tengo (Caracol)
4. 🍁 Peace Flag Ensemble: Astral Plains (We Are Busy Bodies)
3.🌺 Ghost Woman: Anne, If (Full Time Hobby)
2. 🍁 Boy Golden: For Jimmy (Six Shooter)
1. Sona Jobarteh: Badinyaa Kumoo (African Guild)

Tune in to On The Rise with Dawn Pemberton and Brendan Cross every Friday from noon-3pm MT when they connect the musical dots, taking a peek at CKUA chart history, chat with great artists, and, of course, count down the Top 30 albums every week.