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Bryan, Lady A lead Billboard charts

Thursday, July 15, 2010 – Luke Bryan topped the Billboard Country Songs chart for the week ending July 24 with Rain is a Good Thing, taking over from Brad Paisley's Water, which slipped to second. Lady Antebellum remained first on the album chart with "Need You Now."

On the song chart, Carrie Underwood was up from five to three with Undo It. Jason Aldean was down two to fourth with Crazy Town. Clay Walker dropped one notch to fifth with She Won't Be Lonely Long.

Blake Shelton broke into the top 10 - at 10 - with All About Tonight moving up 1. Billy Currington's latest hit, Pretty Good At Drinkin' Beer, moved from 15 to 12. Easton Corbin continued his progress with Roll With It as the song stood at 18, up 3. The biggest mover by far was Darius Rucker's new single, Come Back Song, which skyrocketed from 35 to 26 in its third week out. Trace Adkins' new single, This Ain't No Love Song, rounded out the top 30, up 1.

On the album chart, Zac Brown Band's "The Foundation" and Miranda Lambert's "Revolution" remained second and third. Underwood inched up one to fourth with "Play On," switching places with Jaron And The Long Road To Love's "Getting Dressed in the Dark."

Corbin jumped 7 places to 12th with his self-titled debut. Lady A's self-titled debut was at 13, climbing 3 places.

Trailer Choir's "Tailgate" debuted at 16. "Hannah Montana: The Movie" soundtrack jumped 9 to 20. Alan Jackson's "Freight Train" chugged along at 32, up 3.

On the overall top 200, Lady A was 9th, Zac Brown Band 15th, Lambert 22nd, Underwood 32nd and Jaron 37th.


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