Bryan goes to number one again
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Bryan goes to number one again

Thursday, January 16, 2014 – Luke Bryan notched his sixth number one on the Billboard Country Songs chart with "Drink a Beer," ending Florida Georgia Line's six-week domination with "Stay" for the week ending Jan. 25. FGL was first on the Top Country Albums chart with "Here's to the Good Times," which sold 17,000 units, displacing Bryan's "Crash My Party," which fell to second.

On the song chart, FGL was second with "Stay." David Nail remained third with "Whatever She's Got." Cole Swindell was number four with "Chillin' It," one ahead of fellow Georgian Jason Aldean, who was up three with "When She Says Baby." Zac Brown Band was sixth, up three, with "Sweet Annie."

The Band Perry moved into the top 10 with "Don't Let Me Be Lonely" at nine, up two. Eric Paslay scored his first top 10 with "Friday Night" up two to 10. Brantley Gilbert climbed five to 16 with "Bottoms Up." Duo Dan + Shay were at 18, up five, with "19 You + Me."

Actress/singer Lucy Hale ("Pretty Little Liars," "A Cinderella Story") debuted at 21 with "You Sound Good To Me." Thomas Rhett broke into the top 25 with "Get Me Some of That" at 24, up two. Eric Church was the biggest mover with "Give Me Back My Hometown" jumping 15 to 25 in its second week out.

On the albums chart, Garth Brooks was third with "Blame It All On My Roots: Five Decades of Influences." Blake Shelton was fourth with "Based on a True Story..." Aldean's "Night Train" was fifth. Rhett was a big mover with "It Goes Like This" moving from 16 to eight.

Justin Moore was at 13 with "Off the Beaten Path," up four. Keith Urban's "Fuse" was up four to 14. Parmalee's debut "Feels Like Carolina" was up five to 16. Tyler Farr was at 23 with "Redneck Crazy," up three. "Ready Set Roll," an EP from Chase Rice, was up six to 24.

On the Bluegrass Albums chart, Alan Jackson remained first with "The Bluegrass Album." The Devil Makes Three was second with "I'm a Stranger Here," Steve Martin and Edie Brickell third with "Love Has Come For You," Trampled by Turtles fourth with "Live at First Avenue" and Old Crow Medicine Show fifth with "Carry Me Back."

On the overall top 200, FGL was 12th, Bryan 13th, Brooks 18th, Shelton 38th and Aldean 41st.


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