Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood are racking up some serious time in bars. Not physically, of course. 'Need You Now' has been named the most-played song on jukeboxes this year, with more than 440,000 spins in bars, pubs and other U.S. hotspots. AMI Entertainment Network, one of the world's largest jukebox manufacturers, has compiled the Top 10 jukebox songs, and the top four are country.

The Zac Brown Band bring 'Toes' to the second spot, while 'Chicken Fried' returns for its second year at No. 3. Last year's appropriately titled top song, 'I Love This Bar' from Toby Keith, moves to the fourth slot. Country legend Kris Kristofferson also makes an appearance for the second year, as songwriter of Janis Joplin's 'Me and Bobby McGee.'

AMI Entertainment Network's Top 10 Played Songs on Jukeboxes in 2010:

1.'Need You Now,' Lady Antebellum

2. 'Toes,' Zac Brown Band

3. 'Chicken Fried,' Zac Brown Band

4. 'I Love This Bar,' Toby Keith

5. 'Rockstar,' Nickelback

6. 'Don't Stop Believin',' Journey

7. 'Me and Bobby McGee,' Janis Joplin

8. 'Rude Boy,' Rhianna

9. 'OMG,' Usher featuring

10. 'Sex on Fire,' Kings of Leon

Lady A Perform 'Need You Now' Live


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