Thursday, October 3, 2013
– Luke Bryan remains atop both the Billboard Country Albums Chart with "Crash My Party" and the Songs Chart with That's My Kind of Night
for the week ending Oct. 12.
Newcomer Thomas Rhett is second on the song chart with It Goes Like This, one ahead of Jason Aldean's Night Train. Tyler Farr's Redneck Crazy single was second with Bill Currington's Hey Girl in fifth. Tim McGraw broke into the top 10, at 10, with Southern Girl.
Joe Nichols' first single off his upcoming disc, Sunny And 75, climbed three to 14. "Red," the title track of Taylor Swift's latest, was up six to 15. Eli Young Band stood at 19 with Drunk Last Night, up five. Cassadee Pope was up four to 21 with Wasting All These Tears. Parmalee is in the top 25 - at 24 - with Carolina.
On the albums chart, last week's number one, "Off the Beaten Path" from Justin Moore, slipped to second. Alan Jackson debuted in third with "The Bluegrass Album." Keith Urban's "Fuse" and Chris Young's "A.M." were fourth and fifth.
"Uncaged" from Zac Brown Band stood at 19, up five. Jackson also was at 29 up three, with "Precious Memories: Volume II." "Nashville: The Music Of Nashville: Season 1: Volume 2" was up seven to 33. "Nashville" was helped by the start of the television show's second season.
Tim O'Brien and Darrell Scott jumped from 61 to 36 with "Memories And Moments." "Nashville: Season 1: Volume 1" also had a big shift, going from 52 to 37.
Jackson topped the bluegrass chart. O'Brien and Scott were second. "Living Years" from The Isaacs was third, one ahead of Steve Martin & Edie Brickell's "Love Has Come For You." Ricky Skaggs and Bruce Hornsby were fifth with "Cluck Ol' Hen: Live."
On the overall top 200, Bryan was sixth, Moore 10th, Jackson 11th, Urban 14th and Young 18th.