Florida Georgia Line cruises to the top

Thursday, December 5, 2013 – Florida Georgia Line cruised to number one again on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart as Stay assumes the top spot for the week ending Dec. 14 from Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert's We Were Us, which slipped to second. On the albums chart, Garth Brooks debuted in first with "Blame It All On My Roots: Five Decades Of Influences," a six-CD box set available only at Wal-Mart.

Brooks took over the top spot from "Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas," which was second. Luke Bryan was third with "Crash My Party." Florida Georgia Line's "Here's to the Good Times" was fourth with newcomer Danielle Bradbery debuting in fifth with her self-titled debut.

Darius Rucker jumped from 15 to 10 with "True Believers." The Band Perry skyrocketed from 27 to 11 with "Pioneer." Little Big Town climbed 12 to 13 with "Tornado." Chris Young was up 15 to 16 with "A.M." Kacey Musgraves' "Same Trailer Different Park" moved up four to 18. Kenny Chesney re-entered the chart with "Life on a Rock" at 19.

Luke Bryan was third on the songs chart with That's My Kind of Night, up one. Joe Nichols was fourth with Sunny And 75, also up one, while Eli Young Band stood at seven with Drunk Last Night, up two. Bryan also was seventh with Drink a Beer, climbing four spots.

Lady Antebellum moved from 19 to 15 with Compass. Florida Georgia Line also stood at 18, debuting with This is How We Roll, which features Bryan. Bradbery debuted at 25, up three, with The Heart of Dixie.

On the Bluegrass Albums chart, Alan Jackson remained first with "The Bluegrass Album." Steve Martin & Edie Brickell were second with "Love Has Come For You," The Devil Makes Three third with "I'm a Stranger Here," Trampled by Turtles fourth with "Live at First Avenue" and The Isaacs with "The Living Years."

On the overall top 200, Brooks was third, the Robertsons fourth, Bryan eighth, Florida Georgia Line 13th; and Bradbery 19th.

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