Foo Fighters’ ‘Everlong’ Debuts On Billboard’s Rock Charts After Performance With Nandi Bushell

Foo Fighters’ ‘Everlong’ Debuts On Billboard’s Rock Charts After Performance With Nandi Bushell

Foo Fighters‘ ’90s classic “Everlong” has reached Billboard‘s Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, Hot Alternative Songs and Hot Hard Rock Songs charts for the first time, driven by the live performance of the song with 11-year-old internet sensation Nandi Bushell.

“Everlong” debuted at No. 19 on the September 11-dated Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart. It also bowed at No. 2 on Hot Hard Rock Songs and No. 17 on Hot Alternative Songs.

According to Billboard, older titles are eligible to appear on Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, and its genre breakout charts, if ranking in the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart’s top 25 and are experiencing notable resurgences. Hot Rock & Alternative Songs began in 2009, while the latter two lists were launched in 2020.

“Everlong” recorded 2.6 million U.S. streams, up 4%, according to MRC Data, for the August 27-September 2 tracking week. Additionally, it sold 1,000 downloads, a spike of 150%.

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