Chart Roundup – Week of October 12th, 2013


Luke Bryan is
once again flying high at the top of the charts, ‘That’s My Kind of Night’
sitting at #1 on Hot Country Songs and Country Digital Songs, and #5 on Country
Airplay, while ‘Crash My Party’ returns to the top spot on Top Country Albums.
Not far behind him is Thomas Rhett,
who leading up to the release of his debut album at the end of the month, the
title track ‘It Goes Like This’ has hit #2 on Hot Country Songs and Country
Digital Songs and #3 on Country Airplay. Not bad! 

Billy Currington’s
‘Hey Girl’ has charted above Thomas Rhett, however, on Country Airplay,
reaching #2. Elsewhere he’s at #5 on Hot Country Songs and #7 on Country
Digital Songs, with his album ‘We Are Tonight’ falling to #8. Jason Aldean’s also onto holding his
spot, ‘Night Train’ remaining this week’s radio #1, #3 on Hot Country Songs and
moving up to #4 on Country Digital Songs. Tyler
is also up there although dropping a little bit, ‘Redneck Crazy’ now
at #4 on Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay, and #5 on Country Digital Songs.
Blake Shelton’s ‘Mine Would Be You’
peaks at #3 on Country Digital Songs, while it hits #7 and #9 on Hot Country
Songs and Country Airplay respectively, and ‘Based On A True Story…’ moves back
up to #7 on Top Country Albums.

Of course, Florida
Georgia Line
are not to be forgotten, as ‘Cruise’ is still at #6 on Hot Country Songs and Country Digital Songs, while ‘Round
Here’ takes that position on Country Airplay. If that weren’t enough, it charts
at #8 on Hot Country Songs and #11 on Country Digital Songs, falling to make
room for their new single ‘Stay’. Chris
’s ‘Aw Naw’, the lead single from his just-released album ‘A.M.’ (#5),
has been moving up this week, now hitting #9 on Hot Country Songs, #10 on
Country Digital Songs and #11 on Country Airplay. Tim McGraw’s ‘Southern Girl’ is also finally beginning to make an
impact, entering the Hot Country Songs top 10, reaching #8 on Country Airplay
but falling to #18 on Country Digital Songs.

Lee Brice’s ‘Parking
Lot Party’ is doing the same, now at #7 on Country Airplay and #11 on Hot
Country Songs, while Justin Moore’s ‘Point
At You’ drops a full 8 places on Country Airplay to #10, down to #12 on Hot
Country Songs too. Joe Nichols
picture is looking a bit brighter, however, as ‘Sunny And 75’ finds #12
(Country Digital Songs), #13 (Country Airplay) and #14 (Hot Country Songs).

The only new release this week is Alan Jackson’s ‘The Bluegrass Album’ (#3 on Top Country Albums).
Honorable mentions go to Cassadee Pope,
Eli Young Band, Train (ft. Ashley Monroe),
Cole Swindell, Keith Urban and Taylor Swift.

Come back Thursday for another Billboard chart roundup!

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