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Zac Brown Band, Hunt lead charts

Thursday, May 7, 2015 – Zac Brown Band debuted in first with "Jekyll + Hyde" on the Top Country Albums chart and was the top selling CD in the country, making it first on the Billboard top 200 chart. Little Big Town again is first on the Billboard Country Songs chart with "Girl Crush" for the week ending May 16.

Tyler Farr debuted in second on the albums chart with "Suffer in Peace." Last week's chart topper, "Love Somebody" by Reba McEntire, fell to third. Sam Hunt was fourth with "Montevallo," one ahead of Little Big Town's "Pain Killer."

Jason Aldean held seventh with "Old Boots, New Dirt," up 4. Carrie Underwood was 17th with "Greatest Hits: Decade #1," up 3. Zac Brown Band also was 20th with "Greatest Hits So Far...," up 7. Brantley Gilbert was 22nd, up 3, with "Just As I Am."

Hunt was second on the songs chart with "Take Your Time." Zac Brown Band held third with "Homegrown." Blake Shelton's "Sangria" was a huge mover, up seven to fourth. Florida Georgia Line is fifth with "Sippin' On Fire."

Canaan Smith was at 14 with "Love You Like That," up 4. Eric Church also climbed 4, to 15, with "Like a Wrecking Ball." Easton Corbin stood at 17 with "Baby Be My Love Song," up 3. Aldean was 19th with "Tonight Looks Good On You," up 3. Gilbert moved up 5 spots to 20 with "One Hell of An Amen."

Brad Paisley is "Crushin' It" at 21, up 3. Luke Bryan's new single, "Games" was 22nd, up 4. Newcomer Michael Ray broke into the top 25 with "Kiss You in the Morning" at 24, up 5. Frankie Ballard closed out the top 25 with "Young & Crazy," up 4.

On the Bluegrass Albums chart, Dailey & Vincent debuted in first with "Alive! In Concert." Robert Earl Keen fell from first to second with "Happy Prisoner: The Bluegrass Sessions." Punch Brothers were third with "The Phosphorescent Blues." Keith and Kristyn Getty debuted in fourth with "The Greengas Session." Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn were fifth with their self-titled debut.

On the top 200, Farr was 4th, Hunt 13th, Little Big Town 16th and McEntire 22nd. The country and top 200 chart use different criteria.


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