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Underwood moves to top, Lady A stays there

Thursday, April 1, 2010 – Carrie Underwood claimed the number 1 spot on the Billboard country song chart for the week ending April 10 with Temporary Home. She took over the top post from Easton Corbin's A Little More Country Than That, which slipped to third. Lady Antebellum stayed number one on the country albums chart with "Need You Now."

On the song chart, Zac Brown Band moved from fourth to second with Highway 210 Ride. Lady Antebellum also was up two to fourth with American Honey. Keith Urban remained fifth with 'Til Summer Comes Around. Joe Nichols broke into the top 10 - at ninth - with Gimmie That Girl. Chris Young jumped from 14 to 10 with The Main I Want To Be.

There was very little movement in the remainder of the top 30 except for Miranda Lambert whose The House That Built Me shot up from 26 to 22. Toby Keith was up from 30 to 28 with Every Dog Has Its Day. Jerrod Niemann's Lover, Lover was at 30, up 2.

Zac Brown Band stayed second on the album chart with "The Foundation." Taylor Swift was up one to third with "Fearless" as was "Hillbilly Bone," Blake Shelton's EP. Gary Allan was fifth, down two, with "Get Off On the Pain." Reba McEntire was at 20, up 3, with "Keep On Loving You."

"Now That's What I Call Country, Volume 2" skyrocketed from 32 to 23. Eric Church also was a big gainer, going from 37 to 26 with "Caroline." Brad Paisley was up 3 to 27 with "American Saturday Night." Rascal Flatts moved from 35 to 32 with "Greatest Hits Volume 1." Gloriana had the biggest gain - from 52 to 35 - with its self-titled debut. Nichols went from 41 to 36 with "Old Things New." Rosanne Cash rounded out the top 40, at 40, up 5, with "The List."


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