(Nashville, TN) -- Sugarland has the biggest country dance song of 2010. The duo's hit "Stuck Like Glue" peaked at number two on the Billboard country singles chart, but it's topping the list of the most requested songs at dance-related venues and events. Blake Shelton holds the number two and three spots on the list. His chart-topper "All About Tonight" is the runner-up, while his hit with Trace Adkins, "Hillbilly Bone," is landing at number three. Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now" and Laura Bell Bundy's "Giddy On Up" complete the top five. The country dance music marketing company Marco Club Connection compiled the list based on data from a nationwide survey of club owners, DJs, and dance instructors.
Club Connection Venue Marketing Specialist Bobbe Morhiser says dance clubs are a great outlet for artists, and it's particularly useful for newcomers. She explains, quote, "Look no further than Laura Bell Bundy for proof of that. 'Giddy On Up' was huge in the dance clubs, and for a brand new artist to place in Club Connection's top five at the end of the year is very impressive."
Marco Club Connection's Top Ten Country Dance Club Hits Of 2010
1. "Stuck Like Glue," Sugarland
2. "All About Tonight," Blake Shelton
3. "Hillbilly Bone," Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins
4. "Need You Now," Lady Antebellum
5. "Giddy On Up," Laura Bell Bundy
6. "Country Done Come To Town," John Rich
7. "Roll With It," Easton Corbin
8. "Why Don't We Just Dance," Josh Turner
9. "Turn On The Radio," Reba McEntire
10. "Pretty Good At Drinkin' Beer," Billy Currington