Disturbed hits No. 1 for the 19th time with “Don’t Tell Me” featuring Heart’s Ann Wilson

Disturbed performs at Soaring Eagle Casino in Mt. Pleasant^ Michigan. July 12^ 2018

Disturbed have earned their 19th #1 on the Active Rock radio chart with “Don’t Tell Me,” their latest single which features Heart co-founder Ann Wilson. The song is the band’s fourth #1 off their acclaimed album, Divisive, out now.

The achievement marks the second time Disturbed has earned four #1s on a record, most recently on 2015’s Immortalized. Only nine rock albums since 1992 have earned four #1 songs on the Mediabase Rock charts — two of them have been from Disturbed.

Disturbed’s lead vocalist David Draiman said of the collaboration with Ann Wilson: “I have tremendous respect for Ann. In my humble opinion, she’s the greatest female rock voice of all time. I think she’s untouchable. I feel like we were very gifted to have her be a part of this.”

Wilson adds, “I was honored when I got the call from David Draiman. Disturbed did a version of ‘The Sound of Silence’ that my husband & I both really dug. And so, when the opportunity came to sing a duet with him on a song that meant so much to David emotionally, I jumped at the chance. And then the video turned out great, which is yet another cherry on top. Hopefully we’ll find a time to perform ‘Don’t Tell Me’ live together at some point. If they call, I’m there.”

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