Here are the top 30 bluegrass songs for June 2022, as compiled for the Bluegrass Unlimited National Bluegrass Survey by Lee Michael Demsey.  For more details, including songwriter and album information, plus a list of the top 15 bluegrass albums of the month, subscribe to Bluegrass Unlimited magazine.

Hear the top 30 songs on the Lee Michael Demsey Show on the last Saturday of every month, and the Chris Teskey Show on the following Friday.

  1. Highway Side – Balsam Range (#3 last month, 7 months on the chart)
  2. Transistor Radio – Daryl Moseley (1, 9)
  3. I’d Like To Be a Train – Rhonda Vincent (2, 9)
  4. I Wanna Be Where Your Are – Junior Sisk (5, 8)
  5. I Surely Will Be Singing – Tammy Rogers & Thomm Jutz (6, 6)
  6. Up All Night, Sleep All Day – Grascals (7, 5)
  7. Red Daisy – Billy Strings (8, 6)
  8. One by One – Dale Ann Bradley with Danny Paisley (10, 4)
  9. Livin’ Large in a Little Town – Donna Ulisse (13, 5)
  10. What I’ve Learned – Rick Faris (15, 4)
  11. Patches on my Heart – Junior Sisk (17, 3)
  12. I’ll Take the Lonesome Every Time – Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver (4, 10)
  13. Leaving Cleveland – Tim Raybon Band (28, 2)
  14. Hank – Laura Orshaw (26, 2)
  15. When Karma Comes Calling – Volume Five (16, 4)
  16. Could I Knock on your Door – Jeremy Stephens (9, 10)
  17. I’ll Be Lovin’ You – Greg Blake (22, 4)
  18. 100 Degrees in the Shade – Breaking Grass (24, 3)
  19. Everything to Me – Kenny and Amanda Smith (29, 2)
  20. Think Again – Jaelee Roberts (12, 8)
  21. You Can’t Stop Me from Stayin’ – Jaelee Roberts (25, 3)
  22. Honky Tonk Nights – Del McCoury Band feat. Vince Gill (-, 1)
  23. The Blues Are Close at Hand – Po’ Ramblin’ Boys (-, 1)
  24. Appalachian Blue – Kristy Cox (27, 3)
  25. Once in a While – Darin & Brooke Aldridge (11, 9)
  26. Mary Ann Is a Pistol – Lonesome River Band (-, 1)
  27. Grand Ole Circle – Darin & Brooke Aldridge (-, 1)
  28. Railroad Town without a Train – Jr. Williams (30, 2)
  29. Hello Blues – Terry Baucom’s Dukes of Drive (-, 1)
  30. Buttons – Missy Armstrong (-, 1)