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FGL, Church lead charts

Thursday, March 27, 2014 – Florida Georgia Line sits again at the top of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart with "This is How We Roll" with Luke Bryan helping out the duo. On the albums chart, Eric Church regained the number one slot with "The Outsiders" for the week ending April 5.

On the songs chart, Brantley Gilbert was second again with "Bottoms Up." Blake Shelton held third with "Doin' What She Likes," one ahead of "Drink To That All Night" from Jerrod Niemann. Keith Urban rounded out the top five with "Cop Car" in fifth.

Bryan jumps from 18 to nine with "Play It Again." Randy Houser broke into the top 10 with "Goodnight Kiss" at 10, up two. New duo Dan + Shay moved up three spots to 12 with "10 You + Me." Hunter Hayes was 19th with "Invisible," up four.

Tim McGraw held the 21st spot with "Lookin' For That Girl," up four. Tyler Farr broke into the top 25 with "Whiskey In My Water." His latest single was at 24, up two.

Church took over the top of the albums chart from "Spring Break 6...Like We Ain't Ever," Bryan's EP, which fell to second. FGL's "Here's to the Good Times" was third. Bryan stood in fourth with "Crash My Party." "The Official 2014 ACM Awards ZinePak," from various artists, was fifth.

Jason Aldean was ninth with "Night Train," up three. Jo Dee Messina debuted at 19 with "Me," her first independent album after spending her entire career with Curb.

On the Bluegrass Albums chart, the top four discs remained the same as last week. "Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers Featuring Edie Brickell remained first with "Live." Alan Jackson's "The Bluegrass Album" was second," Martin & Brickell's "Love Has Come For You" third; and Rhonda Vincent's "Only Me" fourth. "The Broken Circle Breakdown" soundtrack was fifth.

On the overall top 200, Church was 14th, Bryan's 15th, FGL 24th, Bryan's CD 25th and the ACM awards disc 28th.


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