Isbell debuts in fourth
Sunday, June 25, 2017
– Americana artist Jason Isbell earned his highest charting album along with best sales week for "The Nashville Sessions." The CD debuted at number ouf with 54,000 units moved.
This marked Isbell's second top 10 effort as well. Isbell' previous sales peak was 46,000, for "Something More Than Free" in 2015.
Lorde debuts in first with "Melodrama,' which had 109,000 album equivalents.
The charts will be out on Tuesday.
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