BROOKS ROLLS Garth Brooks notches his 89th Country Airplay appearance, a total that includes 19 leaders among 35 top 10s, as "Stronger Than Me", a tribute to wife Trisha Yearwood, debuts at No. 56 (1.2 million impressions).

Brooks ties Kenny Chesney for the second-most career Country Airplay appearances, dating to the chart's January 1990 launch. George Strait leads with 98 entries. Rounding out the top five most frequent visitors: Tim McGraw (83) and Alan Jackson (82).

Brooks premiered "Stronger" with a performance on the 52nd Annual Country Music Association Awards, broadcast Nov. 14 on ABC.

"Stronger" follows "All Day Long," which hit No. 11 on Country Airplay in September, and "Ask Me How I Know," which, in December 2017, became Brooks' first No. 1 on the survey since 2007. After a five-year break from the chart, he has posted nine entries since December 2013.