Foo Fighters, Elvis Presley Classics back on the rock charts – Billboard

Foo Fighters and Elvis Presley classics return to BillboardSeptember 17’s rock charts thanks to increased streams and sales during the tracking week ending September 8.

After the first of two scheduled tribute concerts for late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins on September 3 in London, the band’s “Everlong” returns to the Hot Hard Rock Songs chart at No. 1, while “My Hero” returns to No. 1. 3. (Older songs may appear on Billboardcharts based on streaming, airplay, and sales, including the all-genre Billboard Hot 100, if they rank in the top half of a list and with a meaningful reason for their re-listings.)

“Everlong” gained 4.3 million official US streams, a 15% increase, and sold 1,000 downloads, a 297% vault, during the tracking week of September 2-8, according to Luminate . “Hero,” meanwhile, racked up 2 million streams (up 53%) and 3,000 sold (up 1,597%).

The September 17 Hot Hard Rock Songs chart marks the third week at No. 1 for “Everlong,” following the April 9 and April 16 poll frames following Hawkins’ March 25 death.

“Everlong” also appears at number 9, 11 and 13 on Hot Alternative Songs, Hot Rock Songs and Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, respectively, while “Hero” charts at number 14, 18 and 21 respectively.

“Everlong” reached No. 3 on the Alternative Airplay chart in 1997, while “Hero” reached No. 6 in 1998.

In total, the group’s catalog totaled 16.4 million official U.S. on-demand streams from September 2-8, up 32% from the previous period’s 12.5 million.

Meanwhile, Presley’s “Suspicious Minds” returns to Hot Rock Songs at No. 20 and Hot Rock & Alternative Songs at No. 23 following the biopic’s release on HBO on September 2. Elviswhich originally premiered in theaters on June 24.

From September 2-8, “Minds” had 2.8 million streams (up 16%) and sold 2,000 (up 136%).

The song previously appeared on Hot Rock & Alternative Songs at No. 17 on July 9 following the film’s premiere.

“Minds” became Presley’s last No. 1 on the Hot 100 in November 1969.

Presley’s catalog drew 28.1 million on-demand streams in the United States from September 2-8, up 23% from 22.8 million the previous tracking week.