David Nail Scores First No. 1 with “Let It Rain”

“Greatest moment of my career by far! Thank you Country Radio!” he tweets.

It was a slow train chugging down the tracks, but David Nail finally got his first No. 1 at country radio.

David's "Let It Rain" was on the charts for 11 months before it toppled multiweek No. 1 "Keep Me in Mind" from the Zac Brown Band.

It'll be no surprise to David's fans that he took to Twitter to express his joy.

"Words seem far to simple, but I say THANK U from the bottom of my heart! Greatest moment of my career by far! Thank you Country Radio!" he tweeted.
 
David also tweeted that Dierks Bentley was the first artist to reach out and congratulate him.
 
"Made me a nervous wreck all day! Really meant a lot! Such a fan of his!" David wrote.

 

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