At Billboard, results remain the same for Hunt, Stapleton
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At Billboard, results remain the same for Hunt, Stapleton

Tuesday, July 18, 2017 – Another week, another number one for Sam Hunt. The singer kept his stranglehold on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart with "Beauty Like a Back Road" at the top. Chris Stapleton led the Top Country Albums chart with "From a Room: Volume 1."

On the songs chart, Brett Young remained second with "In Case You Didn't Know." Thomas Rhett's "Craving You" with Maren Morris held third. Dylan Scott remained fourth with "My Girl." Luke Combs rounded out the top five with "Hurricane."

Dustin Lynch climbed three spots to seventh with "Small Town Boy." Billy Currington also moved up three, to eighth, with "Do I Make You Wanna." Old Dominion was at 11, up 3, with "No Such Thing as a Broken Heart. Old Dominion also debuted at 31 with "Written in the Sand." Devin Dawson was at 47 with "All On Me," up 3.

Stapleton also held second on the albums chart with his debut, "Traveller." Combs was third with "This One's For You," Keith Urban fourth with "Ripcord" and Hunt fifth with "Montevallo."

Kane Brown was 12th, up 3, with his self-titled debut. Jason Aldean moved up 4 to 17 with "They Don't Know." Blake Shelton's "Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits" was a big mover, at 18, up 14. Cole Swindell was at 19, up 3, with "You Should Be Here." Miranda Lambert's "The Weight of These Wings" was up 6 to 20. Luke Bryan held 22nd with "Kill the Lights," up 3. Taylor Swift was at 35 with "Red," up 3. Scott was 37th, up 5. Midland's self-titled EP was up 9 to 40. Kenny Chesney was at 41 with "Cosmic Hallelujah," up 7. Rhonda Vincent & Daryle Singletary debuted at 45 with their "American Grandstand" collaboration. Zac Brown Band's Jekyll + Hyde" was at 47, up 3.

On the Bluegrass Albums chart, Vincent and Singletary led the way, knocking out "Windy City" from Alison Krauss, which fell to second. Bradley Walker was third with "Call Me Old-fashioned." Old Crow Medicine Show was fourth with "50 Years of Blonde on Blonde." Nitty Gritty Dirt Band rounded out the top five with "Circlin' Back: Celebrating 50 Years, Live at the Ryman Auditorium, TN."

Stapleton also led the Americana/Folk Albums chart with "From a Room" and "Traveller." The Lumineers were third with "Cleopatra," Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit fourth with "The Nashville Sound" and Ed Sheeran fifth with "(Division)."

On the overall top 200, Stapleton's "Traveller" was 30th "Traveller" 33rd, Combs 38th, Urban 39th and Hunt 42nd.


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