Thursday, June 12, 2014
– Miranda Lambert debuted atop both the Billboard Top 200, and, of course, the Country Albums chart with "Platinum." Florida Georgia Line was back atop the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart "This is How We Roll," which features Luke Bryan," was first, for the week ending June 21.
Lambert displaced Gilbert's "Just As I Am," which fell to second. "NOW That's What I Call Country: Volume 7" debuted in third with Lucy Hale opening up in fourth with "Road Between." Bryan was fifth with "Crash My Party." Country hick hopper Big Smo debuted at nine with "Kuntry Livin'. Chase Rice closed out the top 25 with "Ready Set Roll." The EP climbed three spots.
On the songs chart, Bryan was number one last week with "Play It Again," which slipped to second. Jake Owen's "Beachin'" held third again, one ahead of "Automatic" from Miranda Lambert. Brantley Gilbert's "Bottoms Up" was fifth.
Dierks Bentley jumped eight to sixth with "Drunk on a Plane." Lady Antebellum was an even bigger mover as "Bartender" skyrocketed from 19 to 8. "Somethin' Bad," the duet from Carrie Underwood and Lambert, was at 12, up 13.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill were at 20, up 7, with "Meanwhile Back at Mama's." Little Big Town debuted at 22 with "Day Drinking." George Strait closed out the top 25 with "I Got a Car," up 1.
The Bluegrass Albums chart saw Nickel Creek again first with "A Dotted Line," followed by Alan Jackson's "The Bluegrass Album" in second and "Timeless Treasurer; Bluegrass Gospel" with Jonathan Widger, Sarah Moore and Randy Nichols third.
On the overall top 200, Gilbert was third; NOW 11th, Hale 14th and Bryan 16th.