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The Chart Show: four acts enter the Chart Show Hall of Fame, including first-timers Yard Act

Four acts inducted into the Chart Show Hall of Fame this week, clockwise from top left: Margo Price (pictured with husband and bandmate Jeremy Ivey); Hozier; Yard Act; Black Pumas.
Four acts inducted into the Chart Show Hall of Fame this week, clockwise from top left: Margo Price (pictured with husband and bandmate Jeremy Ivey); Hozier; Yard Act; Black Pumas. Mickey Bernal/Getty Images; Darin Kamnetz; Evan Clark; Jody Domingue
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November 30, 2023

This week on The Chart Show, listeners voted in two new songs: Mitski's "My Love Mine All Mine," and "The American Dream Is Killing Me" by Green Day, as Olivia Rodrigo’s “Bad Idea, Right?” rises to No. 1. Meanwhile, songs by Black Pumas, Hozier, Margo Price and Yard Act all enter the Chart Show Hall of Fame after those songs each spent 10 weeks in the chart.

This week, the Chart Show ballot features new songs from Americana artist Noah Kahan ("Northern Attitude” feat. Hozier), Texas rapper Kevin Abstract (“Madonna”), New Jersey rockers the Gaslight Anthem (“Spider Bites”), Norwegian vocalist Aurora (“Your Blood”), and English singer-songwriter Sampha (“Suspended”). 

Vote for your favorite new songs of this week and be entered for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Jayhawks with Golden Smog at the Palace Theatre in St. Paul on Saturday, Dec. 16. 

Heads up, Chart Show Voters – As you can see, The Current has a fresh, new website! To vote on your top tracks of the week, you’ll need to create an account with thecurrent.org. There’s a brand-new look and feel for the Chart Show’s ballot page, but outside of creating an account, everything that you know and love about voting for your favorite songs played on The Current will stay the same. Plus, your account will make thecurrent.org personalized to YOU, your tastes, and your interests. Create your account today to get started!

Then be sure to listen to the Chart Show on Thursday at noon!