This just in: Josh Turner's "Why Don't We Just Dance" has ended its four-week run as top song, having been elbowed into second place by Billy Currington's "That's How Country Boys Roll."
Lady Antebellum's Need You Now still refuses to budge from the No. 1 niche
on Billboard's country albums chart it has tenanted for the past six weeks. Here's another happy fact: Need You
Now has boinged back to the peak of the all-genre Billboard 200 chart, boosted there by the past week's sale of
Blake Shelton boasts this week's highest debuting album. His
Hillbilly Bone rockets in at No. 2 on the sale of just under 71,000 units. Leading the new song entries is Little
Big Town's "Little White Church." It arrives at No. 48.
The remaining new albums are Danny
Gokey's My Best Days (No. 3), Easton Corbin's self-titled debut (No. 4) and
Glen Campbell's Greatest Hits (No. 63).
Rounding out the first-time
songs are the Harters' "Jenny" (No. 54) and Josh Thompson's
"Way Out Here" (No. 67).
There are no re-entering
albums or songs this time around.
Following Lady A, Shelton, Gokey and Corbin, Taylor
Swift's Fearless stands at No. 5 among the Top 5 CDs, which is pretty amazing when you consider it was released
69 weeks ago.
Songs No. 3 through No. 5, in that order, are Shelton's "Hillbilly
Bone" (featuring Trace Adkins), Corbin's "A
Little More Country Than That" and Carrie Underwood's "Temporary
To quote the late and much-missed Vern Gosdin, "That just about does
it -- don't it?"