continues his successful run at the top of the charts this week with ‘Sure
Be Cool If You Did’, remaining at #1 on both Hot Country Songs and Country
Airplay. He has been knocked down to #2
on Country Digital Songs by Darius Rucker’s ‘Wagon Wheel’ however, which no
doubt was helped by the release of the music video this past week. It is also
sitting at #2 on Hot Country Songs, just behind Mr Shelton, but trails behind
at #13 on Country Airplay, although this is the song’s radio peak thus far and
it’s still climbing. Also near the top
this week is Lady Antebellum and ‘Downtown’, at #4 on Country Airplay, #3
on Hot Country Songs and #4 on Country Digital Songs, as well as Hunter Hayes
with ‘Somebody’s Heartbreak’, at #2 on Country Airplay, #7 on Hot Country
Songs, but down to #21 on Country Digital Songs.
Miranda Lambert is
around this spot too with ‘Mama’s Broken Heart’, #4 on Hot Country Songs,
#3 on Country Digital Songs, and #8 on Country Airplay. Her album, ‘Four The
Record’ is at #13. Lee Brice’s ‘I Drive
Your Truck’ remains around the top 10 across the charts, with #3 on Country
Airplay, #6 on Hot Country Songs and #11 on Country Digital Songs, with the
album ‘Hard 2 Love’ at #14. It’s been a
good week for George Strait, as ‘Give It All We Got Tonight’ is now at #14
on Hot Country Songs, #11 on Country Airplay and #9 on Country Digital Songs,
and Florida Georgia Line own the Country
Digital Songs chart, with ‘Cruise’ at #7 and their latest single ‘Get Your
Shine On’ at #5. The latter also jumps up to #5 on Hot Country Songs and #10 on
Country Airplay. ‘Here’s To The Good Times’ is at #3 on Top Country Albums.
Good news for all
those Kacey Musgraves fans out there, as her critically lauded new album ‘Same
Trailer Different Park’ debuts at #1 on the chart, while the lead single ‘Merry
Go Round’ enjoys an 8-place leap to #10 on Country Digital Songs. She knocks
Luke Bryan’s ‘Spring Break… Here To Party’ off the top spot, while the promo
single from it, ‘Buzzkill’ drops 9 places to #25 on Country Digital Songs. Another new release this week, Justin
Moore’s ‘Point At You’ comes in at #18 on Country Digital Songs.
Others in respectable
positions on the charts this week include Carrie Underwood, Chris Young,
Thompson Square, Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Little Big Town,
Jason Aldean, Eric Church and The Band Perry.
Check out my chart roundup next week to see where Blake
Shelton’s ‘Based On A True Story’ charts, and whether it can knock golden girl
Kacey Musgraves off the top spot.