Hannah Montana Soundtrack Tops Country Chart for Second Week

Jason Aldean's "She's Country" Rolls in as Top Song

The soundtrack to Hannah Montana: The Movie extends its lease for a second week at the top of Billboard’s country albums chart, while Jason Aldean’s “She’s Country” takes a blue ribbon as the nation’s No. 1 country song.

Albums debuting this week are Jason Michael Carroll’s Growing Up Is Getting Old at No. 7, Dean Brody’s self-titled CD (No. 32), Collin Raye’s Never Going Back (No. 40) and the multi-artist Best of Country Gospel (No. 71).

Staging comebacks are Elvis Presley’s Collector’s Edition: Elvis Inspirational Memories, which re-enters at No. 69, and the Lost TrailersHoller Back, popping in at No. 72.

This week’s new songs are Trent Tomlinson’s “Henry Cartwright’s Produce Stand” (No. 51), the Davisson Brothers Band’s “Foot Stompin'” (No. 55), James Otto’s “Since You Brought It Up” (No. 56), Eric Church’s “Smoke a Little Smoke” (No. 57) and Martina McBride’s “I Just Call You Mine” (No. 59).

Rascal Flatts’ “Summer Nights” returns to the chart at No. 53.

Parading directly behind Hannah Montana within the Top 5 albums are Rascal Flatts’ Unstoppable, Taylor Swift’s Fearless, Aldean’s Wide Open and the Zac Brown Band’s The Foundation, in that order.

Songs No. 2 through No. 5 are Carrie Underwood and Randy Travis“I Told You So,” Sugarland’s “It Happens,” Rodney Atkins“It’s America” (last week’s No. 1) and Rascal Flatts’ “Here Comes Goodbye.”

What surprises await us next week? Stay tuned.

Edward Morris is a veteran of country music journalism. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, and is a frequent contributor to CMT.com.