Chart Roundup – Week of September 28th, 2013

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Once again this week, Luke
Bryan
is riding high with ‘That’s My Kind of Night’. #1 on both Hot Country
Songs and Country Digital Songs and #6 on Country Airplay, the ACM Entertainer
of the Year loses the top spot on Top Country Albums, dropping to #2. His
previous album, ‘Tailgates & Tanlines’ is still at #9 on that chart
however, and his past single ‘Crash My Party’ has made #10 on Country Digital
Songs and #13 on Hot Country Songs. No small feat.

He was knocked from #1 on Top Country Albums by Keith Urban’s new one ‘Fuse’, selling
98k in its first week but not helping the single ‘Little Bit of Everything’,
which has dropped to #9 on Country Airplay, down from #2 last week. It’s also
fallen 11 places to #21 on Country Digital Songs, and is down to #8 on Hot
Country Songs. Ouch. However, Keith’s new single ‘We Were Us’ featuring Miranda Lambert is making a little more
ground. At #8 on Country Digital Songs, #29 on Country Airplay and #24 on Hot
Country Songs in its debut week, this looks set to be a big track. 

Also making headway on the charts is Sheryl Crow, whose country debut ‘Feels Like Home’ came in at #3 on
Top Country Albums. In addition, ‘Easy’ re-entered Hot Country Songs at #21,
and has jumped 10 places to #9 on Country Digital Songs. Florida Georgia Line are of course key players, still #1 on Country
Airplay with ‘Round Here’, while elsewhere it’s at #4 on Hot Country Songs and
#7 on Country Digital Songs. In addition, ‘Cruise’ is at #4 on that chart,
while it’s dropped to #6 on Hot Country Songs, and their album ‘Here’s To The
Good Times’ is at #4. Jason Aldean’s
‘Night Train’ is rising slowly at the top, #2 on Hot Country Songs and Country
Airplay, while it’s #5 on Country Digital Songs. Let’s also not forget that ‘Night
Train’ is sticking to #7 on Top Country Albums either.

Tyler Farr seems
to be the dark horse of country music at the moment, because his ‘Redneck Crazy’
is suddenly at #2 on Country Digital Songs, #3 on Hot Country Songs and #5 on
Country Airplay and I’m not even sure how he got there. His album comes out in
a couple of weeks, definitely one to watch. Thomas Rhett’s hanging around the top 5 too and he also has an
upcoming debut album, title track ‘It Goes Like This’ is currently at #3 on
Country Digital Songs, #7 on Country Airplay and #5 on Hot Country Songs. Then
with Justin Moore’s new album ‘Off
The Beaten Path’ released just a couple of days ago, the lead single ‘Point At
You’ has enjoyed a bit of a boost. It’s now at #3 on Country Airplay and #10 on
Hot Country Songs, and there are huge predictions for album sales next week.

Billy Currington
has just announced a new album too, and ‘Hey Girl’ has soared to #4 on Country
Airplay, with boosts to #7 on Hot Country Songs and #12 on Country Digital
Songs. Then there’s Blake Shelton’s ‘Mine
Would Be You’, which has risen to #9 on Hot Country Songs this week, as well as
#6 on Country Digital Songs and #13 on Country Airplay, while ‘Based On A True
Story…’ is still holding out at #5 on Top Country Albums. That’s not to mention
Blake’s previous hit with the Pistol
Annies
, ‘Boys Round Here’, which is still on the chart at #18 on Hot
Country Songs and #13 on Country Digital Songs. Pretty impressive.

New releases not yet mentioned include George Jones’ ‘Amazing Grace’, coming in at #34 on Top Country
Albums. Honorable mentions this week go to Easton
Corbin
, Lee Brice, Tim McGraw, Chris Young, Taylor Swift,
Randy Houser and Brett Eldredge. That’s it for this
week, but come back next Thursday for another chart roundup!

Posted by Vickye.
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