Thursday, February 13, 2014
– Luke Bryan stayed first on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the week ending Feb. 22 with "Drink a Beer." On the Country Albums chart, Florida Georgia Line reclaimed the top spot with "Here's to the Good Times" from Kacey Musgraves "Same Trailer Different Park," which fell to fifth.
On the songs chart, David Nail and Cole Swindell remained two-three with "Whatever She's Got" and "Chillin' It." Jason Aldean was fourth with "When She Says Baby." Brantley Gilbert went from ninth to fifth with "Bottoms Up." Eric Church moved up four to seventh with "Give Me Back My Hometown." Blake Shelton was ninth, up three, with "Doin' What She Likes." Dierks Bentley was 10th, up three, with "I Hold On."
Frankie Ballard climbed four to 11th with "Helluva Life." Jerrod Niemann stood at 13, up three, with "Drink to That All Night." New duo Dan + Shay were at 15, up five, with "19 You + Me." Thompson Square's "Everything I Shouldn't Be Thinking About" was up four to 19. Danielle Bradbery was at 21 with "The Heart of Dixie," up four.
Brett Eldredge was 24th with "Beat of the Music," up five. Florida Georgia Line closed out the top 25 with "This How We Roll," up six. The song features Bryan.
On the Country Albums chart, Bryan was second with "Crash My Party," Jennifer Nettles third with "That Girl," and Eric Paslay debuted in fourth with his self-titled debut.
Vince Gill & Paul Franklin's "Bakersfield" jumped from 18 to seven. Whiskey Myers debuted in 10th with "Early Morning Shakes." Tim McGraw debuted at 19 with "Love Story," a compilation disc of love songs. Moonshine Bandits debuted at 22 with "Calicocountry."
On the Bluegrass Albums chart, Rhonda Vincent was at the top with "Only Me," a double disc of bluegrass and country. Alan Jackson stayed second with "The Bluegrass Album." The Devil Makes Three held third with "I'm a Stranger Here." "The Broken Circle Breakdown" soundtrack, from a foreign film nominated for an Oscar, debuted in fourth. Blue Highway's "The Game" was fifth.
On the overall top 200, Florida Georgia Line was 19th, Bryan 20th, Nettles 23rd, Paslay 31st and Musgraves 36th.