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Nichols reaches the top

Monday, December 2, 2013 – Joe Nichols will sit atop the Billboard Country SOngs chart when it is out this week with Sunny and 75.

Nichols will take over from Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert, who were first with We Were Us.

The lead single from Nichols' new album "Crickets," reached number one on both the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart and the Country Aircheck/ USA Today chart.

This is Nichols' fifth number one single. "Whether it's your first number one record or your 50th, seeing your song at the top of the charts never gets old," said Nichols. "Thanks to the incredible team at Red Bow, everyone at country radio and my incredible fans for making Sunny And 75 my fifth number one song. God is good."

Nichols will appear as a presenter on the 4th Annual American Country Awards which airs live from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Dec. 10 on FOX at 8 p.m. eastern.


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