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Currington assumes number one post

Monday, March 8, 2010 – Billy Currington garners his fifth number one single with That's How Country Boys Roll this week, according to his record label. Currington will take over the top spot from Josh Turner's Why Don't We Just Dance.

The new number one song, written by Currington, Brett Jones and Dallas Davidson, is from his third album "Little Bit Of Everything." This also marks Currington's third consecutive number one single and the first time he's been a writer on a chart-topping song.

"This song would've never been written if Brett, Dallas and I had kept our promise to not work on a guy's trip to Key West," joked Currington. "But we got the groove with the title, and it just started flowing. Thank you to radio, Universal, the songwriters and the fans! I'm very blessed to have another number one single."

The chart will be released online Thursday.


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