Clearly not one to let Florida Georgia Line have all the
consecutive #1 chart glory, Luke Bryan’s ‘That’s My Kind of Night’ continues to
sit atop both Hot Country Songs and Country Digital Songs, while on Country
Airplay it holds on to #5, and ‘Crash My Party’ is still dominating Top Country
‘Redneck Crazy’, Tyler Farr’s debut, has charted below Luke
at #2 on Top Country Albums, while the single of the same name moves up to #3
on Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay, sticking to #5 on Country Digital
Songs. Thomas Rhett’s ‘It Goes Like This’ remains a good seller, #2 on Hot
Country Songs and Country Digital Songs again, though slightly lower at #4 on
Country Airplay. Blake Shelton’s ‘Mine Would Be You’ is also close to the top,
#3 on Country Digital Songs, and #6 on Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay.
His ‘Based On A True Story’ begins to descend down Top Country Albums, now at
#8 (the lowest it’s ever been since it hit stores last March). Billy Currington’s
having a good week too, as ‘Hey Girl’ is the radio #1, while it’s at #5 on Hot
Country Songs and down to #10 on Country Digital Songs, and ‘We Are Tonight’
has dropped to #12 on Top Country Albums.
Jason Aldean’s ‘Night Train’, last week’s radio #1, is down
to #4 on Hot Country Songs and Country Digital Songs, and #2 on Country Airplay,
with the album moving back up to #9. At #7 on Hot Country Songs is Florida
Georgia Line’s ‘Cruise’, still selling
well even after all this time. It’s also at #7 on Country Digital Songs. Then
there’s Chris Young, whose ‘Aw Naw’ is up to #8 on Hot Country Songs, #9 on
Country Airplay and #12 on Country Digital Songs, while ‘A.M.’ falls to #7 on
Top Country Albums. Also hot is Tim McGraw’s ‘Southern Girl’, breaking the top
10 after a few months of climbing, now at #9 on Hot Country Songs, #18 on
Country Digital Songs but #7 on Country Airplay, while below him Lee Brice’s ‘Parking
Lot Party’ is charting at #8 on Country Airplay and #11 on Hot Country Songs.
Joe Nichols’ ‘Sunny And 75’ is showing promise too, hitting #12
across Country Airplay and Hot Country Songs and only dropping slightly to #14 on
Country Digital Songs. Taylor Swift’s ‘Red’ is slowly starting to make its
appearance known too, now at #11 on Country Airplay and #14 on Hot Country
Songs. Keith Urban’s ‘We Were Us’ (featuring Miranda Lambert) is also a key
track to keep an eye on as the weeks go forward, reaching #11 on Country
Digital Songs and #13 across Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay. ‘Fuse’,
meanwhile, drops to #6 on Top Country Albums.
New releases include Hank 3’s ‘Brothers of The 4×4’ at #10
on Top Country Albums, Randy Travis’ ‘Influence: Vol. 1: The Man I Am’ at #19
on the same chart, and The Wood Brothers’ ‘The Muse’ at #22. Honorable mentions
go to Eli Young Band, Cassadee Pope and Parmalee.
That’s it for this week; tune in next Thursday for another
dose of your Billboard chart roundup from me!