Zac Brown Band’s Uncaged Racks Up Third Week at No. 1

Kenny Chesney's "Come Over" Is Top Song

Let the record show that this is the third consecutive week the Zac Brown Band’s Uncaged has topped the Billboard albums chart. Please feel free to cheer like maniacs.

There is, however, a brand new song champ to applaud — Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over,” which takes the crown after a comparatively quick 11-week sprint.

The only new entry in the albums lineup is the self-titled Love and Theft. It bows in at No. 4.

Returning to the fray are Lyle Lovett’s Release Me (back at No. 67), Icon: Hank Williams (No. 70), the Turnpike TroubadoursGoodbye Normal Street (No. 74) and Sara EvansStronger (No. 75).

Toby Keith’s “I Like Girls That Drink Beer” is the highest-debuting of the week’s four new songs, roaring in at No. 28.

The other newbies are Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise” (No. 54), Kelleigh Bannen’s “Sorry on the Rocks” (No. 59) — not to be confused with Porter Wagoner’s 1964 hit, “Sorrow on the Rocks” — and Jaida Dreyer’s “Confessions” (No. 60).

Rounding out the Top 5 albums cluster are Chesney’s Welcome to the Fishbowl (No. 2), Luke Bryan’s Tailgates & Tanlines (No. 3) and Carrie Underwood’s Blown Away (No. 5).

The No. 2 through No. 5 songs are Gloriana’s “(Kissed You) Good Night,” Love and Theft’s “Angel Eyes,” Dierks Bentley’s “5-1-5-0” (last week’s No. 1) and Blake Shelton’s “Over.”

Tim McGraw’s “Truck Yeah” is up to No. 17 in just four weeks. But it’s closing in on a traffic jam. We’ll keep you posted.

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