Sugarland will surely want to celebrate as their latest single, "Want To," reaches No. 1 on Billboard's country airplay chart. It's the lively duo's first chart-topping song and the lead release from their second album, Enjoy the Ride.
Flatts' "My Wish" dips to No. 2, followed by Tim McGraw's "My Little Girl" at No. 3, Carrie Underwood's "Before He Cheats"
at No. 4 and Brad Paisley's "She's Everything" at No. 5. George Strait's "It Just Comes Natural" rises to No. 6, trailed by
Kenny Chesney's "You Save Me" at No. 7, Rodney Atkins' "Watching You" at No. 8, Montgomery Gentry's "Some People Change" at
No. 9 and Taylor Swift's "Tim McGraw" at No. 10.
In just four weeks, Keith Urban's "Stupid Boy" has vaulted into the
Top 20, landing at No. 18. Martina McBride's "Anyway," in its fifth week of release, is one notch behind. Miranda Lambert's
"Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" takes the week's highest debut at No. 55. Little Big Town's holiday single, "Go Tell It on the Mountain,"
arrives at No. 57.
Underwood's Some Hearts holds its No. 1 position on the country albums sales chart. Rascal
Flatts' triple-platinum Me and My Gang -- the best-selling album among all genres this year -- holds steady at No.
2. New albums from Urban, Sugarland and Strait round out the Top 5.
Josh Turner's Your Man stands tall at No.
6, followed by Paisley's Time Well Wasted at No. 7, Atkins' If You're Going Through Hell at No. 8, Kellie Pickler's
Small Town Girl at No. 9 and Alan Jackson's Precious Memories at No. 10.
Several Christmas albums continue
to be strong sellers as well. A Brad Paisley Christmas makes the list at No. 14, just ahead of Wynonna's A Classic
Christmas at No. 15 and Elvis Presley's Elvis Christmas at No. 16.