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Marco Club Connection Reveals Top Ten Country Dance Club Hits of 2009

(Nashville, TN – Jan. 4, 2010) Nashville-based dance venue marketing company, Marco Club Connection, has compiled and released its sixth annual Top Ten list of 2009’s most requested Country dance club songs.

A panel of more than 230 club owners, DJs and dance instructors from across the country were surveyed in December by Club Connection to compile this year’s rankings.

“What strikes me about this year’s list is the diversity of the artists that are releasing either dance remixes or songs that are already tailor made for the clubs,” says Club Connection Venue Marketing Specialist Bobbe Morhiser. “We have new artists like Zac Brown Band, Randy Houser and Gloriana all placing in the top five, superstars like Carrie Underwood, and then we have veteran trendsetters like Reba and Brooks & Dunn still making relevant, danceable material for the younger crowd. It really goes to show how important the dance venues can be in reaching an audience.”

The results of the 2009 Top Ten Country Dance Club Hits are:

1. The Zac Brown Band – “Toes”
2. Randy Houser – “Boots On”
3. Jason Aldean – “She’s Country”
4. Carrie Underwood – “Cowboy Casanova”
5. Gloriana – “Wild At Heart”
6. Brooks & Dunn – “Honky Tonk Stomp”
7. Billy Currington – “People Are Crazy”
8. Reba – “I Want a Cowboy”
9. Joey + Rory – “Cheater Cheater”
10. Jack Ingram – “Barefoot & Crazy”

“Out of all the songs on Club Connection’s Top Ten List, we play just about every single one of them on a daily basis,” says DJ Sully, a DJ at Cadillac Ranch in Southington, Conn. “Many of our dancers strongly push what they like, and I make sure they get what they want. These songs definitely keep our customers coming back week after week.”

Songs to top the list in previous years include Alan Jackson’s “Good Time” (2008), Josh Turner’s “Firecracker” (2007), Steve Holy’s “Brand New Girlfriend” (2006), Trace Adkins’ “Honkytonk Badonkadonk” (2005) and Big & Rich’s “Save a Horse (Ride A Cowboy)” (2004).

A complete archive of Club Connection’s Top Ten Country Dance Club Hits can be viewed at

About Marco Club Connection:
A division of secondary radio promotion company, Marco Promotions, Club Connection specializes in marketing dance club singles to nightclubs and dance venues across the country. Club Connection maintains a national database of more than 230 venues and world-renowned dance instructor contacts, reaching more than 200,000 club patrons each weekend. For more information, visit:

3 Responses

  1. Most Instructors receive Carol Cravens Newletter-why not include the Country Dance list as a weekly column. Danceable country music is really getting harder to find. and we are slowly fading away.


  2. Weekly column from the newsletter would be a great idea. Not sure if I agree about the country music fading I actually think it’s starting to come back a little more stronger. I took over the monthly survey for a friend of mine and with what’s being submitted with instructors that do participate is actually pretty equal between modern and country music. Especially with the new music from Jessie James, Jamey Tate and Mustang Sally. if anything more places to dance would be great though.