First Group To Reach The Top 30 With Debut Single In Only 4 Weeks Nashville, TN – New trio, The Henningsens continue to make history as their debut single, “American Beautiful,” races into the Top 30 this week on Country Aircheck’s airplay chart making them the first group to reach the Top 30 with their debut single in only 4 weeks. Upon its release, “American Beautiful,” broke numerous records when they received 77 combined Country Aircheck and Billboard radio adds. Their add total gave them the most first-week adds of any debut single in Country Aircheck history while also giving the trio the highest impact-week add total for a group since 1999. The stunning single also received the most out-of-the-box adds in recent Mediabase history and ties Gretchen Wilson’s 2004 Sony debut “Redneck Woman.” “American Beautiful,” co-written by the trio and Brett Beavers, is the title track from their forthcoming debut Arista Nashville album to be released this summer. The single is available here http://smarturl.it/americanbeautiful or at any digital retailer. This week The Henningsens will attend the annual Country Cares seminar at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis. In addition to getting a tour of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital the trio will also get to meet patients and their families. To learn more about Country Cares please visit http://www.countrycares.org/. On February 2, the family trio will make their Grand Ole Opry debut at the famed Grand Ole Opry House. The Henningsens have been turning heads in the Nashville songwriting circles for years having penned songs recorded by such artists as Wynonna, Sara Evans, and The Band Perry, including the trio’s two-week #1 single, “All Your Life,” and their Platinum-certified smash, “You Lie.” Today The Henningsens launched their brand new website at www.TheHenningsens.com. Keep up with them on Twitter @TheHenningsens, Facebook at facebook.com/TheHenningsens
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