Thursday, May 16, 2013
– Lady Antebellum had the top selling disc in the U.S. with "Golden" for the week ending May 25. Florida Georgia Line again led the Billboard Country Songs chart with Cruise.
Lady A took over the top of the Billboard Country Albums chart from Kenny Chesney's "Life on a Rock," which fell to third. Pistol Annies debuted in second with its sophomore disc "Annie Up." Blake Shelton was fourth with "Based on a True Story..." "Nashville: The Music of Nashville: Season 1: Volume 2" debuted in fifth.
"NOW That's What I Call a Country Part," a compilation disc, debuted in 10th. Tim McGraw was at 11, up 3, with "Two Lanes of Freedom." "Nashville: The Music of Nashville: Season 1: Volume 1" was up 5 to 23. Randy Rogers Band suffered a big drop with "Trouble." Debuting in third last week, the CD was 25th this week. Craig Campbell debuted at 28 with "Never Again."
Rapper Lenny Cooper debuted at 34 with "Mud Dynasty." Gloriana enjoyed a huge jump with "A Thousand Miles Left Behind" up 17 to 39. Dailey & Vincent debuted at 40 with "Brothers of the Highway."
On the songs chart, Darius Rucker and Shelton stayed second and third with Wagon Wheel and Boys 'Round Here respectively. The latter also features Pistol Annies. Tim McGraw was fourth with Highway Don't Care, which also includes Taylor Swift. Florida Georgia Line rounded out the top five with Get Your Shine On.
George Strait broke into the top 10 with Give It All We Got Tonight. The Band Perry moved up from 15 to 12 with DONE. Gloriana jumped 7 to 20 with Can't Shake You. Randy Houser was up 4 to 24 with Runnin' Outta Moonlight. Danielle Bradbery, a Texas teen who has been on The Voice, debuted at 25 with Maybe It Was Memphis.
Steve Martin & Edie Brickell continue leading the Bluegrass Albums chart with "Love Has Come For You." Dailey & Vincent debuted in second with "Brothers of the Highway." Steven Curtis Chapman was third with "Deep Roots." Old Crow Medicine Show stood in fourth with "Carry Me Back," one ahead of Trampled by Turtles' "Stars and Satellites."
On the overall top 200, Pistols Annies were 5th, Chesney 8th, Shelton 9th and "Nashville..." 13th.