Thursday, April 8, 2010
– Zac Brown Band once again has hit the top of the chart as Highway 20 Ride
was first on the country songs chart for the week ending April 17, taking over for Carrie Underwood's Temporary Home,
which fell to fourth. On the album chart, Lady Antebellum remained first with "Need You Now."
Lady A was up two to second on the song chart with American Honey, one ahead of Easton Corbin's A Little More Country Than That. Keith Urban stayed fifth with 'Til Summer Comes Around. The only new song in the top 10 was Steel Magnolia's Keep On Lovin' You, up 2 to 10.
George Strait was at 12, up 3, with I Gotta Get to You. The biggest mover by far was Brad Paisley's Water at 35, up 8.
Alan Jackson debuted in second with "Freight Train," which sold 72,000 units. Taylor Swift stayed third with "Fearless," while Zac Brown Band's "The Foundation" was down two to fourth. Underwood was up a notch to fifth with "Play On."
Gretchen Wilson debuted in sixth with "I Got Your Country Right Here," out on her own label. Miranda Lambert was up 3 to 11 with "Revolution." Kenny Chesney moved up 2 to 22 with "Greatest Hits II." Martina McBride made it back into the top 40 with "Shine at 40, up 3.
ON the overall top 200, Lady A was 5th, Jackson 7th, Swift 16, Zac Brown Band 19 and Underwood 27.