The Chart Show: Nathaniel Rateliff inducted to Hall of Fame


Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats performing live at Rock the Garden 2016 (MPR / Evan Frost)
The Chart Show for July 6, 2016
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This week on The Chart Show, there are multiple debuts and Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats are inducted to the Hall of Fame with "I Need Never Get Old," sliding up to No.2 in its final week.

Newcomer Margaret Glaspy debuts at No.12 with her second song to make the chart; Elle King at No.16 with her Ghostbusters soundtrack single; the Avalanches land at No.17 ahead of their album's release; and Michael Kiwanuka edged ahead of Polica to debut this week.

We lost the Strokes, Band of Horses and the Lumineers as Hall of Fame-bound M83 and the Avett Brothers clock in their ninth week on the chart. And Lizzo continues to reign at No.1.

Submit your Chart Show ballot this week for a chance to win tickets to All Pints North Summer Brew Fest at Bayfront Festival Park in Duluth on Saturday, July 23!

TWLWWksThe Current Chart Show

119LizzoGood As Hell
2410Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night SweatsI Need Never Get Old
437RadioheadBurn The Witch
579The Avett BrothersAin't No Man
6114Red Hot Chili PeppersDark Necessities
783Bob MouldHold On
8122AdeleSend My Love (To Your New Lover)
954case/lang/veirsBest Kept Secret
10107Courtney BarnettDebbie Downer
12X1Margaret GlaspyYou and I
1397Chance The RapperAll We Got feat. Kanye West
14134BORNSAmerican Money
15202The Tragically HipIn a World Possessed By the Human Mind
16X1Elle KingGood Girls
17X1The AvalanchesFrankie Sinatra
18186The Claypool Lennon DeliriumCricket and the Genie (Movement I, The Delirium)
19X1Michael KiwanukaOne More Night

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  • The Chart Show Hall of Fame When a song stays on The Chart Show's chart for more than 10 weeks, we retire it from the poll and it enters the very prestigious Chart Show Hall of Fame.