Thursday, September 11, 2014
– Jason Aldean again led the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart with "Burnin' It Down" for the week ending Sept. 20. So did Miranda Lambert with "Platinum," but her released jumped from seventh to first. Lambert first led the charts when the disc came out in June.
Lambert displaced Brad Paisley's "Moonshine in the Trunk," which fell to second. Luke Bryan was third with "Crash My Party. Frank Foster debuted in fourth with "Rhythm and Whiskey." Chase Rice was fifth with "Ignite the Night."
Brooks was also 24th on the chart with his collection "Blame It All On My Roots: Five Decades of Influences," which was up 9.
On the songs chart, Florida Georgia Line held second with "Dirt." Kenny Chesney and Lady Antebellum stayed second and third with "American Kids" and "Bartender" respectively. Bryan was up two to fifth with "Roller Coaster." Lambert and Carrie Underwood's "Somethin' Bad" broke into the top 10 - at 10 - up 1.
Blake Shelton stood at 13 with "Neon Light," up 4. Aldean also debuted at 17 with "Sweet Little Somethin'." Closing out the top 25 was Garth Brooks who released his first single, "People Loving People," from his upcoming disc last week.
Nickel Creek rests atop the Bluegrass Albums chart yet again with "A Dotted Line." The Roys debuted in second with "The View," one ahead of Alan Jackson's "The Bluegrass Album." Breaking Grass debuted in fourth with "Just As Strong." Jonathan Widger, Sarah Moore, Randy Nichols were fifth with "Timeless Treasures: Bluegrass Gospel."
The overall top 200, Lambert was 13th, Paisley 14th, Bryan 16th, Foster 21st and Rice 23rd.