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Bryan dominates charts

Thursday, October 10, 2013 – Luke Bryan has the Billboard country charts all to himself. That's My Kind of Night leads the Hot Country Songs chart, while his album, "Crash My Party also is first for the week ending Oct. 19.

On the songs chart, Thomas Rhett stayed second with It Goes Like This, one ahead of fellow newcomer Tyler Farr, whose Redneck Crazy moved up one. Jason Aldean was fourth with Night Train and Billy Currington fifth with Hey Girl.

Keith Urban stood at 13 with We Were Us, his duet with Miranda Lambert. Eli Young Band moved from 19 to 15 with Drunk Last Night. The Voice winner Cassadee Pope was at 17, up four, with Washington All These Years. Parmalee was a big mover with Carolina jumping six to 18. David Nail's new single, Whatever She's Got, was an even bigger chart shaker, leapfrogging from 32 to 24.

On the albums chart, Farr debuted in second with "Redneck Crazy." Florida Georgia Line was third with "Here's to the Good Times." Justin Moore was fourth with "Off the Beaten Path" and Alan Jackson fifth with "The Bluegrass Album." Hank Williams III debuted at 10 with "Brothers of the 4x4."

Randy Travis debuted at 19 with "Influence: Vol. 1: the Man I Am," a covers project. The Wood Brothers debuted at 22 with "The Muse."

Jackson leads the Bluegrass Albums chart again with "The Bluegrass Album." Noam Pikelny's "Noam Pikelny Plays Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe" was second with Tim O'Brien and Darrell Scott's "Memories And Moments" third. Steve Martin & Edie Brickell stayed fourth with "Love Has Come For You." Steep Canyon Rangers were fifth with "Tell the Ones I Love."

On the overall top 200, Bryan was fourth, Farr fifth, FGL 12th, Moore 13th and Jackson 20th.


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