Kenny Chesney Knocks Brooks & Dunn From Top of Chart
Singer's "Don't Happen Twice" Hits Billboard No. 1
June 4, 2001; Written by Chet Flippo
This week Kenny Chesney takes over the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks
chart as his "Don't Happen Twice" hits No. 1. Brooks & Dunn's "Ain't Nothing 'Bout
You" drops from No. 1 to No. 3 on the chart, which reflects country radio play. Tim McGraw's
"Grown Men Don't Cry" stays at No. 2. Chesney and McGraw, recently exonerated in a Buffalo, N.Y.-area trial, begin their 2001
tour June 20 at the Journal Pavilion in Albuquerque, N.M.
Kortney Kayle's "Unbroken by You" is the week's Hot Shot
Debut at No. 53. Also debuting on the chart are Jessica Andrews' "Helplessly, Hopelessly"
(at No. 58), Elbert West's "Diddley" (at No. 59) and Billy Ray Cyrus' "Southern Rain"
(at No. 60).
Tim McGraw's Set This Circus Down continues to head the Billboard Top Country Albums chart
for the fifth straight week, with the Coyote Ugly soundtrack holding at No. 2, and Lee
Ann Womack's I Hope You Dance continues in the No. 3 spot.