Rhett debuts in first
COUNTRY STANDARD TIME
HomeNewsInterviewsCD ReleasesCD ReviewsConcertsArtistsArchive
 

Rhett debuts in first

Thursday, June 13, 2019 – Thomas Rhett debuted in first on the Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums chart for the week ending June 15 with "Center Point Road." Blake Shelton was first on the Hot Country Songs chart with "God's Country."

On the albums chart, Luke Combs was second with "This One's For You," Dan + Shay third with their self-titled release, Morgan Wallen fourth with "If I Know Me" and Kane Brown fifth with "Experiment."

Kelsea Ballerini was at 19, up 3, with "Unapologetically." Rhett was up 5 to 21 with "Tangled Up." Brett Young's "Ticket to L.A." was at 29, up 3. "Telling All My Secrets" from Mitchell Tenpenny climbed 6 to 31. Luke Bryan held the 41st spot with "What Makes You Country," up 3.

On the songs chart, Wallen was second with "Whiskey Glasses," Rhett third with "Look What God Gave Her," up three, Lee Brice fourth with "Rumor" and Combs fifth with "Beer Never Broke My Heart."

Dan + Shay were 12th with "All to Myself," up 3. Cody Johnson also was up three to 13 with "On My Way to You." John Rich's single "Shut Up About Politics," jumped 24 to 17. The song features The Five. Rhett debuted at 21 with "Notice." Carrie Underwood's new single, "Southbound," moved up from 35 to 32. Blanco Brown debuted at 38 with "The Git Up," one ahead of Rhett's "Blessed," also making its debut.

On the Bluegrass Albums chart, Steven Curtis Chapman was first with "Deeper Roots: Where the Bluegrass Grows." Mandolin Orange was second with "Tides of a Teardrop." The "Bluegrass Gospel" compilation disc was third, Steep Canyon Rangers' "Out in the Open" fourth and Tim O'Brien Band's self-titled release was fifth.

Chris Thompson led the Americana/Folk Albums chart with "Traveller." Kacey Musgraves was second with "Golden Hour," The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band third with "The Traveler," Hozier fourth with "Wasteland, Baby!" and "Simon And Garfunkel's "Greatest Hits" fifth.

On the overall top 200, Combs was 12th, Dan + Shay 29th, Wallen 41st and Brown 57th.


More news for Thomas Rhett


CD reviews for Thomas Rhett

CD review - Where We Started Thomas Rhett's "Where We Started" begins with a wonderfully positive relationship song titled "The Hill." Over a quiet, acoustic guitar arrangement, Rhett sings of how a successful marriage is the hill he wants to die on. In other words, if he's going to fight for anything, he's going to battle for his romantic partnership. Unsurprisingly, Lori McKenna had a part in writing it. When it comes to setting the right priorities in life, McKenna is one of our greatest ...
CD review - Country Again: Side A Thomas Rhett is in the artistic zone. Rhett Atkins' boy never really struggled to get noticed, but starting around 2015, his impact went nuclear – "Die A Happy Man" wasn't just a number one, but a monster that stayed there for two months. The ACM Award for Entertainer of the Year still carries a lot of weight, and Rhett nabbed it in 2019. Still, Rhett's sound has its doubters – a lot of the air-quote country hits were grafted to other dance, pop and soul styles. ...
CD review - Center Point Road Thomas Rhett represents a dilemma for traditional country music fans. Namely, that he doesn't create much country music that appeals to traditional tastes. Although "Center Point Road" doesn't entirely reverse that trend, even during its most overtly pop moments, this new collection of songs is still a pretty good one. The best song is also a love song - to a truck - titled "That Old Truck." It's the kind of song that only makes sense within country music circles. ...


©Country Standard Time • Jeffrey B. Remz, editor & publisher • countrystandardtime@gmail.com
AboutCopyrightNewsletterOur sister publication Standard Time
Subscribe to Country Music News Country News   Subscribe to Country Music CD Reviews CD Reviews   Follow us on  Twitter    Instagram    Facebook