Thursday, September 20, 2012
– Hunter Hayes scored his first number one on the Billboard Country Songs chart with Wanted,
for the week ending Sept. 29, and Little Big Town debuted in first with "Tornado," its first chart topper.
Hayes took over the top of the songs chart from Little Big Town, whose Pontoon fell to fourth. Josh Turner was second on the songs chart with Time Is Love. Jason Aldean held onto third with Take a Little Ride. Janna Kramer held the fifth spot with Why Ya Wanna.
Taylor Swift was 17th with We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together. Greg Bates is at 20 with Did It For the Girl, his first hit. Toby Keith was 23rd with I Like Girls That Drink Beer, 1 ahead of another beer song, Beer Money, from Kip Moore. Florida Georgia Line was 25th with Cruise.
On the albums chart, LBT took over the top from Carrie Underwood's "Blown Away," which fell to second. Luke Bryan was third with "tailgates & tanlines." Zac Brown Band was fourth with "Uncaged" and Eric Church fifth with "Chief." Kix Brooks debuted at 10 with "New To This Town."
Chris Knight debuted at 25 with "Little Victories." Bucky Covington's "Good Guys" debuted at 30. Florida Georgia Line moved from 36 to 32 with "It'z Just What We Do." Dirty River Boys debuted at 38 with "Science of Flight."
On the bluegrass chart, Old Crow Medicine Show remained first with "Carry Me Back." Kathy Mattea debuted in second with "Calling Me Home." Trampled By Turtles were third with "Stars And Satellites," followed by Allison Krauss & Union Station's "Paper Airplane" and Jerry Douglas' "Traveler."
On the overall top 200, LBT was 2nd, Underwood 24th, Bryan 26th, ZBB 29th and Church 31st.