Lonestar, O Brother Hold Off Contenders

Single and Album Repeat Atop Country Charts

Lonestar sits on top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart for the third straight week with “I’m Already There.” “I Could Not Ask for More” by Sara Evans continues in the No. 2 spot. “Grown Men Don’t Cry” by Tim McGraw , a former chart-topper, holds on at No. 3.

The fastest moving singles — Billboard’s “Airpower” entries of the week — are Lee Ann Womack ’s “Why They Call It Falling” at No. 19 and “What I Meant to Say” by Cyndi Thomson at No. 20.

Debuting on the chart this week are “Man of Me” by Gary Allan at No. 52, followed by “I’m Tryin’” by Trace Adkins at No. 59 and “Getting There” by Terri Clark at No. 59.

The soundtrack O Brother, Where Art Thou? tops the album chart for the 11th week this year, with the Coyote Ugly soundtrack holding on at No. 2.

Billboard’s “Greatest Gainer” album is Chris Cagle ’s Play It Loud, which climbs from No. 36 to No. 22.

“Hot Shot Debut” album is Live Close By, Visit Often, by K.T. Oslin , opening at No. 35. The Songcatcher soundtrack debuts at No. 57.