Eli Young Band is back at the top of the charts with “Love Ain’t,” which scores the four-men band their fourth career No. 1.
Leading both the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase/Country Aircheck charts, the song narrates what love is and “love ain’t,” with its accompanying music video painting a picture of true love between a quadruple amputee military veteran Taylor Morris and his wife Danielle.
Reflecting with gratitude, front man Mike Eli shared that they are both humbled and grateful to have another No. 1 on country radio.
“Getting back here to the top again is a blessing that both Country music fans and Country radio have given us. We do not take this for granted. It’s a blessing that carries on to our families and our teams that have been behind us every single step of the way. We humbly thank you all for making this happen for us.”
Written by hit songwriters Ross Copperman, Ashley Gorley and Shane McAnally, “Love Ain’t” has a total of 25 million streams on Spotify alone, and is a fraction of the over 2.8 billion streams the band has garnered to date. The song is also off their latest project, This Is Eli Young Band: Greatest Hits, a collection of hit songs, singles and new music.
The Valory Music Co. recording group are set to perform on Fox & Friends’ annual All American Summer Concert Series on May 31 and will highlight both their current single and platinum-selling hits like “Crazy Girl,” “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” and “Drunk Last Night.”
The group is also nominated for Group Video of the Year at the upcoming CMT Music Awards. Fans can vote for “Love Ain’t” and tune in June 5 8/7c on CMT to watch the awards show, and then see them live at CMA Fest at the Chevy Riverfront Stage and HGTV Lodge in Nashville.