Kenny Chesney Holds His Country No. 1

Although Kenny Chesney loses his No. 1 spot atop the Billboard 200 chart after one week, his new No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems CD stays squarely atop the Top Country Albums charts. Additionally, Chesney’s Greatest Hits climbs to No. 9.

His running mate Tim McGraw also has two CDs in the Top 10. McGraw’s Greatest Hits gets Greatest Gainer award in climbing three slots to No. 6. His Set This Circus Down is No. 10 after 54 weeks of chart success.

The soundtrack O Brother, Where Art Thou? remains at No. 2, Alan Jackson ’s Drive stays No. 3, Rascal Flatts likewise holds at No. 4 and Brad Paisley ’s Part II sticks at No. 5.

Sharp Dressed Men: A tribute to ZZ Top by various country artists debuts at No. 7. Cledus T. Judd ’s Cledus Envy debuts at No. 19. George JonesThe Rock: Stone Cold Country 2001 re-enters the album chart at No. 72.

Toby Keith gets his fifth No. 1 week in a row atop the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. His “My List” narrowly edges Jackson’s “Drive (For Daddy Gene)” at No. 2. Both face strong competition from the No. 3 single, Steve Azar’s “I Don’t Have to Be Me (’Til Monday).” Tommy Shane Steiner’s “What If She’s an Angel” drops one notch to No. 4 and George Strait ’s ” Living and Living Well” climbs three spots to No. 5. Emerson Drive’s “I Should Be Sleeping” advances four slots to No. 6, its highest-charting position yet.

Gary Allan ’s “The One” gets Billboard’s Airpower nod in climbing to No. 15 from No. 21, and Tammy Cochran ’s “I Cry” at No. 19 also gets an Airpower nod. Singles debuting this week are Marcel’s “Country Rock Star” at No. 56, Rodney Atkins’ “Sing Along” at No. 59 and David Nail’s “Memphis” at No. 60.