Toby Keith, Waylon Jennings Make Chart Advances

Toby Keith racks up his eighth No. 1 single, as his “My List” tops the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart this week.

He replaces Chris Cagle at the top. Cagle’s “I Breathe In, I Breathe Out” falls to No. 3. Kenny Chesney ’s “Young” climbs to No. 2 from No. 4 and is a strong contender for the top spot next week. Rascal Flatts ’ “I’m Movin’ On” moves up a notch to No. 4. Phil Vassar ’s “That’s When I Love You” advances two spots to No. 5. Rounding out the Top 10 are Tommy Shane Steiner’s “What If She’s an Angel,” Martina McBride ’s “Blessed,” Alan Jackson ’s “Drive (For Daddy Gene),” Tim McGraw ’s “The Cowboy in Me,” and Travis Tritt ’s “Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde”. The latter makes its first Top 10 appearance, at No. 10.

Singles debuting this week are Sixwire’s “Look at Me Now” at No. 56, Confederate Railroad ’s “She Treats Her Body Like a Temple” at No. 59 and the Marie Sisters’ “Real Bad Mood” at No. 60.

Waylon JenningsRCA Country Legends is the big surprise on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. It jumps to No. 19 from No. 70 in its seventh week of charting.

The O Brother, Where Art Thou soundtrack continues its run at No. 1, with Jackson remaining at No. 2 with Drive. Rascal Flatts’ self-titled debut album remains No. 3, Totally Country: 17 New Chart-Topping Hits stays at No. 4 and the Coyote Ugly soundtrack climbs two rungs to No. 5.

Filling out the Top 10 are McGraw’s Set This Circus Down,
Keith’s Pull My Chain, Garth BrooksScarecrow, McBride’s Greatest Hits and Tritt’s Down the Road I Go. Kenny Rogers ’ new self-titled album debuts at No. 72.