The Dixie Chicks have returned Home to No. 1 on the country albums chart and Mark Wills' nostalgic tendencies keep him at the top of this week's singles chart. Released 19 weeks ago, Home knocked Shania Twain's Up! from the No. 1 position it has held since being released seven weeks ago.
Wills' "19 Somethin'" remains at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks
after pushing George Strait's "She'll Leave You With a Smile" to No. 2 last week. Strait
stays in the second position while Emerson Drive's "Fall Into Me" jumps two notches to No. 3. Slipping one slot each are Toby Keith's "Who's Your Daddy?" (to No. 4) and Rascal Flatts'
"These Days" (to No. 5). Holding steady for a second week are Blake Shelton's "The
Baby" (No. 6), Terri Clark's "I Just Wanna Be Mad" (No. 7), Kenny
Chesney's "A Lot of Things Different" (No. 8) and Keith Urban's "Somebody Like
You" (No. 9). Newcomer Aaron Lines' comes in at No. 10 with his debut single, "You
Can't Hide Beautiful."
Chesney has the highest debuting single of the week with "Big Star" entering the chart at No.
51. Keith's "Rock You Baby" debuts at No. 55, and newcomer Tebey arrives at No. 58 with his first single, "We Shook Hands
(Man to Man)." Jo Dee Messina enters the chart at No. 59 with "Was That My Life."
the Chicks at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart, Twain slips to No. 2 as Elvis
Presley's ELV1S: 30 #1 Hits climbs two posts to No. 3.
Slipping one position each are Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors
(to No. 4) and Faith Hill's Cry
(to No. 5). Keith's Unleashed remains at No. 6, followed by Chesney's
No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems, which climbs one slot to No.
7. Rascal Flatts' Melt goes to No. 8 from No. 7. Alan Jackson's Drive remains at No. 9, and
the all-star compilation Totally Country, Vol. 2 stays at No. 10.