Lonestar Roll Two Number Ones

Group Top Country Album and Single Charts

Veteran country group Lonestar sit atop both the Billboard album and single charts, as their new album I’m Already There debuts at No. 1, joining the title song which already topped the singles chart.

With first-week album sales of over 112,000 units, this marks the first time Lonestar have had an album debut at No. 1 on Billboard‘s country album chart. I’m Already There enters The Billboard 200 — the publication’s overall album chart — at No. 9.

On the Top Country Albums chart, the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack drops to No. 2, followed by the Coyote Ugly soundtrack at No. 3, Tim McGraw‘s Set This Circus Down at No. 4 and Lee Ann Womack‘s I Hope You Dance at No. 5.

Debuting on the album charts are Lila McCann‘s Complete at No. 18, Patty LovelessMountain Soul at No. 24, BR549‘s This Is BR549 at No. 54, and Rhonda Vincent‘s The Storm Still Rages at No. 69.

On the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, “I’m Already There” is trailed by Sara Evans‘ “I Could Not Ask for More” at No. 2, Montgomery Gentry‘s “She Couldn’t Change Me” at No. 3, Jamie O’Neal‘s “I Think About Angels” at No. 4 and Alan Jackson‘s “When Somebody Loves You” at No. 5.

Debuting on the singles chart are Clay Walker‘s “If You Ever Feel Like Lovin’ Me Again” at No. 50, Lonestar’s “Unusually Unusual” at No. 57 and Marshall Dyllon‘s “She Ain’t Gonna Cry” at No. 60.