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Krauss leads country pack on Billboard

Sunday, February 26, 2017 – Allison Krauss was the highest selling country CD in the country this past week, coming in eighth overall with "Windy City" on the Billboard top 10 chart.

The disc was Krauss' first solo effort in 18 years.

The released debuted at 9 on the Billboard 200 with 38,000 units moved, including 36,000 in traditional album sales. This is Krauss' 10th charting effort, four on her own, five with Union Station and one with Robert Plant.

Future had the top selling disc with his self-titled release moving 140,000 units for the week ending Feb. 23.


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CD review - Paper Airplane If we've learned anything over the 7 years that have passed since the last Alison Krauss & Union Station record (2004's "Lonely Runs Both Ways"), it's that Krauss doesn't necessarily need her band for success. And the same can be said for the band regarding Krauss. During the hiatus, Krauss scored a mega-hit with "Raising Sand," her collaboration with Robert Plant from 2007. At the same time, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Dan Tyminski and Dobro ...
CD review - A Hundred Miles or More: A Collection The liner notes for the new collection of songs by Alison Krauss gives notice that, unlike the last collection ("Now that I've Found You" in 1995), this one showcases Krauss alone, far from Union Station, the band that first brought her into the spotlight. She's been a recognized solo artist for a while now. There's no doubt that Krauss has traveled far from her bluegrass/traditional roots. But for anyone who needs proof of that, this collection is a good argument - she ...
CD review - Lonely Runs Both Ways Over the past decade, Alison Krauss + Union Station have created and fine-tuned an approach that can deliver restrained, moody ballads and mid-tempo songs, hard-edged bluegrass and traditional material and lithe instrumentals with equal helpings of skill and conviction. The result is one of the most distinctive and compelling sounds in popular music, a verdict ratified by a slew of awards - Krauss herself owns more Grammies than any other female artist - and invitations to join all kinds of ...


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