Here are the top 30 bluegrass songs for July 2021, as compiled for the Bluegrass Unlimited National Bluegrass Survey by Lee Michael Demsey.  For more details, including songwriter and album information, and 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.

  1.  Falling Down – Dale Anne Bradley (#2 last month, 7 months on the chart)
  2. Hitchhiking to California – Alan Bibey and Grasstowne (1, 9)
  3. Just Load the Wagon – Junior Sisk (3, 10)
  4. Too Wet To Plow – Carolina Blue (5, 8)
  5. Birmingham Jail – Barry Abernathy feat, Vince Gill (11, 4)
  6. Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses – Tina Adair (7, 7)
  7. Banjo Player’s Blues – High Fidelity (8, 8)
  8. Blink of an Eye – Danny Paisley and the Southern Grass (13, 4)
  9. My Baby’s Gone – Justin Moses (10, 5)
  10. I’m Leaving Town Tonight – Merle Monroe (18, 3)
  11. Hello Sunshine – Merle Monroe (4, 10)
  12. Sleepy Little Town – Grascals (6, 7)
  13. People, Places and Songs – Greg Blake (19, 4)
  14. Last Train – Bronwyn Keith-Hynes with Sara Jaroz (9, 7)
  15. Love Bug – The Kody Norris Show (16, 8)
  16. Blue Baby Now – Darin & Brooke Aldridge (24, 2)
  17. Rivers, Rains and Runaway Trains – Balsam Range (22, 3)
  18. What Ain’t To Be Just Might Happen – Rhonda Vincent (20, 5)
  19. They Call It Bluegrass – Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road (21, 6)
  20. Cherokee Fiddle – Larry Cordle (23, 4)
  21. Hang Me High at Midnight – Terry Baucom & the Dukes of Drive (26, 3)
  22. Just a Guy in a Bar – Sideline (25, 3)
  23. White Line Fever – Bobby Osborne (27, 2)
  24. Love Songs – Lonesome River Band (28, 2)
  25. Blue Collar Blues – Alan Bibey & Grasstowne (30, 2)
  26. Readin’, Rightin’, Route 23 – Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers (-, 1)
  27. Walking in my Sleep – Deanie Richardson (29, 2)
  28. Deep River – Rick Faris (-, 1)
  29. One More Night – Seth Mulder & Midnight Run (-, 1)
  30. House of Gold – Larry Sparks (-, 1)