Jordan St. Cyr continues a recent wave of success now finding his name on the top of two Billboard charts ahead of the likes of Crowder, FOR KING & COUNTRY, and Jordan Feliz.
Jordan St. Cyr began the year being named the No. 2 Top New Christian Artist of 2021, according to Billboard magazine, which also listed his song "Fires" in four of the top year-end Christian songs charts. "Fires" spent an astounding 45 weeks at radio and became a top 5 hit, while top charter "Weary Traveler" continues to gain more and more attention.
This week "Weary Traveller" has landed at No. 1 on the Christian AC National Airplay chart. The song was at No. 2 on the chart last week, where it's been steadily climbing for 22 weeks, now. Currently, Crowder sits in No. 2 with "In The House" and Sanctus Real is at No. 3 with "My God Is Still The Same."
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"Weary Traveller" is also sitting at No. 1 on Billboard's Christian AC Indicator Chart, a spot that it was already in last week. TobyMac's song "Promised Land" is right behind St. Cyr at No. 2, with Jordan Feliz's "Jesus Is Coming Back" at No. 3.
The single also had the most increased plays on radio stations with 268 stations adding the single last week. That put him on top of the list for Christian AC stations ahead of FOR KING & COUNTRY which had 240 additions.
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St. Cyr and his family recently moved from southern Manitoba to Nashville so that he could be closer to other songwriters and management, as well as make travel for touring easier. The family faced a scare recently when his youngest child suffered from a cluster of seizures. Through that ordeal St. Cyr says that his family could feel the support and prayers from the body of Christ.
He's currently on tour with Jeremy Camp as a support act for the I Still Believe tour, and will also be hitting the road with Unspoken later this spring.