Garth Brooks' Scarecrow and Alan Jackson's anthem about the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 continue to dominate the Billboard country album and single charts.
sits atop the Billboard Top Country Albums chart for the seventh straight week. Both Scarecrow and the No. 2
album, O Brother, Where Art Thou, have eclipsed sales marks of 3 million copies.
Keith's Pull My Chain continues in the No. 3 slot, George Strait's The
Road Less Traveled stays at No. 4 and Martina McBride's Greatest Hits climbs
a notch to No. 5.
Previously charting albums that re-enter the chart this week are Kenny
Rogers' Live by Request at No. 69, Joe Diffie's In Another World
at No. 71, Randy Travis' Live - It Was Just a Matter of Time at No. 72 and Emmylou Harris' Red Dirt Girl at No. 75.
Jackson's "Where Were You (When the World
Stopped Turning)" tops the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart for the third straight week. Aaron Tippin's similarly-themed "Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly" climbs to No. 2, Strait's
"Run" drops to No. 3, Steve Holy's "Good Morning Beautiful" advances to No. 4 and Keith's "I Wanna Talk About Me" slides to
Trace Adkins' "I'm Tryin'" holds at No. 6, Brooks' "Wrapped Up in You"
stalls at No. 7, Brad Paisley's "Wrapped Around" climbs to No. 8, David Ball's "Riding With Private Malone" drops to No. 9, and holding at No. 10 is "Bring on the Rain"
by Jo Dee Messina with Tim McGraw.
on the singles chart are Travis Tritt's "Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde" at No. 56 and
Sonya Isaacs' "What Do You See" at No. 59.