Thursday, July 11, 2013
– Florida Georgia Line continues its chart double on the Billboard Country Songs and Albums charts by leading both charts for the week ending July 20. Cruise
and "Here's to the Good Times" respectively top both charts.
On the songs chart, Blake Shelton is second with Boys 'Round Here. Hunter Hayes stays third with I Want Crazy. Also holding their places were Luke Bryan in fourth with Crash My Party and Darius Rucker in fifth with Wagon Wheel.
Kip Moore's latest hit single, Hey Pretty Girl is ninth on the chart, up two. FGL's new hit, Round Here climbed 4 to 13.
Lee Brice stood at 21, with Parking Lot Party, up 5. Justin Moore broke into the top 25 with Point At You rounding out the chart.
On the Country Albums chart, Shelton was second with "Based on a True Story..." Rucker was third with "True Believers," switching spots with Hayes' self-titled disc, which fell to fourth. "NOW That's What I Call Country Volume 6" was fifth. The compilation "Mud Digger 4" debuted at number eight. Jason Aldean was at 13 with "Night Train," up 4. The Mavericks jumped from 40 to 35 with "In Time." Colt Ford was 39th with "Declaration of Independence," up 3.
On the Bluegrass Albums chart, Steve Martin & Edie Brickell again were first with "Love Has Come For You." Old Crow Medicine Show was second with "Carry Me Back"; Steven Curtis Chapman third with "Deep Roots," the Steep Canyon Rangers fourth with "Nobody Knows You" and "Beset of Bluegrass: Collector's Edition" by Steve Ivey fifth.
On the overall top 200 chart, FGL was 5th, Shelton 10th, Rucker 15th, Hayes 17th and "NOW" 25th.