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Top 30 Chart: March 8 – 14, 2020


Top album: Are You Gone by Sarah Harmer

Check out the top-played albums of the week, sponsored by Blackbyrd Myoozik.

  • = Albertan
  • = Canadian
  1.  Sarah Harmer: Are You Gone (Arts & Crafts)
  2. The James Hunter Six: Nick of Time (Daptone)
  3.  Nathaniel Rateliff: And It’s Still Alright (Concord / Universal)
  4.  U.S. Girls: Heavy Light (4AD)
  5.  Ayla Brook & The Sound Men: Desolation Sounds (Fallen Tree)
  6.  William Prince: Reliever (Six Shooter)
  7.  Audrey Ochoa: Frankenhorn (Chronograph)
  8. Real Estate: The Main Thing (Domino)
  9.  Andy Shauf: The Neon Skyline (Arts & Crafts)
  10.  Roy Forbes: Edge of Blue (AKA Records)
  11. Rory Block: Prove it On Me (Stony Plain)
  12. Tami Neilson: Chickaboom! (Outside)
  13. Caroline Rose: Superstar (New West)
  14.  Caribou: Suddenly (Merge)
  15.  Frazey Ford: U kin B the Sun (Arts & Crafts)
  16. Young Gun Silver Fox: Canyons (Candelion)
  17.  Melody McArthur: Indigenuity (Independent)
  18.  Rose Cousins: Bravado (Outside)
  19. Swamp Dogg: Sorry You Couldn’t Make It (Joyful Noise)
  20.  100 Mile House: Love and Leave You (Fallen Tree)
  21. Califone: Echo Mine (Jealous Butcher)
  22. Lisa Hilton: Chalkboard Destiny (Ruby Slippers)
  23.  Sass Jordan: Rebel Moon Blues (Stony Plain)
  24. Sierra Hull: 25 Trips (Rounder)
  25.  R Grunwald: Oma (Common Noise / Outside)
  26. José James: No Beginning No End 2 (Rainbow Blonde)
  27. M. Ward: Migration Stories (ANTI-)
  28. Mapache: From Liberty Street (Yep Roc)
  29.  Blackie and the Rodeo Kings: King of This Town (Warner)
  30. Kassa Overall: I Think I’m Good (Brownswood)