TouchTunes has released its lists of the top artists and songs played on jukeboxes in the last year, and it doesn't feature a ton of surprises -- but it does feature a lot of country artists.

Eric Church, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash, Jason Aldean and more country acts appear on both the most-played artists and most-played songs lists, proving that country music is what people want to hear most while out enjoying a drink with their friends.

Church was the most-played artist of the year, moving up from his third-place spot in 2014; Aldean came in at No. 3, one spot up from last year's fourth-place finish. Both singers also make appearances on the most-played songs chart, with Aldean's “Burnin’ It Down” at No. 6 and Church taking the No. 5 and No. 8 spots with “Like a Wrecking Ball” and “Smoke a Little Smoke," respectively.

“Music industry ‘experts’ have a multitude of metrics to tell you if a song is working or not, but there’s one way to truly know,” Church says. “If a person wants to hear your song on a jukebox while they’re kicking back at their favorite bar, you've got something. [I'm] proud to have been the soundtrack to a lot of late nights.”

Luke Bryan, who was the No. 1 most-played artist last year, dropped a few places to be the fourth most-played artist of 2015. Other often-played artists include Lynyrd Skynyrd at No. 6, Cash at No. 8, George Strait at No. 9 and Brooks at No. 10. Brooks' "Friends in Low Places" was the second-most played song in 2015, followed by Little Big Town's "Girl Crush." Brantley Gilbert's "Bottoms Up" also appears on the list at No. 7.

The full 2015 lists, including state-by-state and genre chart breakdowns, can be found at

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