As reported Wednesday (Aug. 27), Chase Rice’s Ignite the Night debuted as the week’s best-selling country album.
Arriving just behind Chase at No. 2 is the multiple-artist collection, Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Motley Crue. (Do you suppose there’s a tribute on the horizon for the Spice Girls?)
The remaining new albums are Joel Crouse’s Even the River Runs (No. 20), the various artists package Look Again to the Wind: Johnny Cash’s Bitter Tears Revisited (No. 23) and Mike Ryan’s Bad Reputation (No. 34).
Returning to action are Tennessee Ernie Ford’s Amazing Grace: 14 Treasured Hymns (No. 24), Garth Brooks’ Blame It All on My Roots: Five Decades of Influences (No. 40) and Blackberry Smoke’s Leave a Scar, Live: North Carolina (No. 49).
The prosecution rests (yep, yep).