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Top 10 Downloaded Chord Charts: August 2019

on Monday, 02 September 2019. Posted in Top 10 Downloads, Blogs

During the month of AUGUST 2019, the Top 10 most downloaded chord charts from WorshipReady.com were (previous month rankings in parenthesis - "NL" means it was not in the top 10 list in the previous period):

  1. 10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord) - Matt Redman / Jesus Culture  (NL)
  2. Raise A Hallelujah - Bethel Music  (#2)
  3. Holy Spirit - Bryan & Katie Torwalt / Jesus Culture / VaShawn Mitchell  (#9)
  4. Your Great Name - Todd Dulaney  (NL)
  5. Great Are You Lord - All Sons & Daughters  (NL)
  6. Way Maker - Sinach  (NL)
  7. Reckless Love - Cory Asbury / Passion / Israel Houghton  (#5)
  8. What A Beatiful Name - Hillsong Worship  (NL)
  9. This Is Amazing Grace - Phil Wickham  (NL)
  10. Living Hope - Phil Wickham / Bethel Music  (NL)

After taking some time away from the #1 spot, Matt Redman's "10000 Reasons" has been making a bit of a comeback as of late. It slid barely into the top spot this month! A few other songs from recent popularity also had a bit of a spike this month. Of course, Bethel's "Raise A Hallelujah" continues to be very popular as well.

This Time Last Year...

The #1 song in August 2018 here at WorshipReady was Todd Dulaney's "King Of Glory", which had just taken over the #1 spot from Dulaney's "Your Great Name" after nearly a year! It is still a very popular song today!

We post here each month the Top 10 most downloaded charts so you can get a glimpse of what songs most other worship leaders seem to be using. Be sure to let us know if these songs are working well for you in your church! You can comment below.

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