Old Dominion's latest single, "One Man Band," fittingly takes the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Country Airplay chart this week.

"One Man Band" rises from No. 2 to 1 this week with an audience of 38.8 million impressions according to Billboard. It becomes the group's seventh No. 1 single on the chart and sixth in a row. The song was written by famed country music songwriter Josh Osborne, as well as Old Dominion members Trevor Rosen, Matthew Ramsey and Brad Tursi.

"One Man Band" serves as the second single from Old Dominion's newest album, the aptly titled Old Dominion, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart in Nov. with 31,000 units sold. The lead single from the album, "Make It Sweet,"  also reached No. 1 on the Country Airplay Chart.

The country music group scored their first No. 1 hit on the Country Airplay chart in 2015 with the hit single "Break Up With Him." Since then, Old Dominion has scored the No. 1 airplay singles "Song for Another Time," "No Such Thing as a Broken Heart," "Written in the Sand," "Hotel Key," "Make It Sweet," and now they've added "One Man Band" to that list.

With their latest chart-topper, the CMA winners for Vocal Group of the Year enter exclusive territory. With their six straight Country Airplay chart toppers, the band now boasts the second-longest active run atop the chart, only behind Luke Combs who has seven consecutive chart toppers. "One Man Band" also takes the top spot on the chart away from Combs' newest single, the heart-wrenching "Even Though I'm Leaving."

Old Dominion will be kicking off the We Are Old Dominion Tour in Feb. 2020. Dates and tickets are available on the band's official website.

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