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Billboard Chart Roundup – Week of April 18th, 2015

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Zac Brown Band have managed to score the first multi-week #1 on Country Airplay in a while with ‘Homegrown’, as it holds onto the top spot for a second week running. It fends off Sam Hunt’s ‘Take Your Time’, which currently sits at #2 on the radio chart (and indeed, is losing spins at time of writing), but I’m sure Sam himself isn’t too bothered. After all, the song continues to hold #1 on Hot Country Songs, Country Digital Songs and Country Streaming Songs, and his album ‘Montevallo’, despite a one-place drop, is still #3 on Top Country Albums. At the helm of that chart this week is Darius Rucker’s new release ‘Southern Style’, which shifted 52,000 copies in its first week, while Luke Bryan’s ‘Spring Break… Checkin’ Out’ gets knocked to #2 and Jon Wolfe debuts at #25 with ‘Natural Man’. Stay tuned to see who will become the radio #1 next week, as Sam Hunt, Lee Brice, Chris Young and Dierks Bentley all vie for the crown. Read on for the full top 50s/60s this week!

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,Hot Country Songs, Country Airplay, Country Digital Songs, Country Streaming Songs, Top Country Albums

Sam Hunt, Take Your Time – #1 (#1) Speakers – #47 (#50), Take Your Time – #2 (#4) House Party – #60 (N/A), Take Your Time – #1 (#2) Leave The Night On – #32 (#32), Take Your Time – #1 (#1) Leave The Night On – #4 (#3), Montevallo – #3 (#2)

Zac Brown Band, Homegrown – #2 (#2), Homegrown – #1 (#1), Homegrown – #4 (#3) Chicken Fried – #25 (N/A) Toes – #49 (N/A), Homegrown – #13 (#14), Greatest Hits So Far… – #18 (#15)

Cole Swindell, Ain’t Worth The Whiskey – #3 (#4), Ain’t Worth The Whiskey – #9 (#5), Ain’t Worth The Whiskey – #3 (#5), Ain’t Worth The Whiskey – #14 (#12), Cole Swindell – #14 (#13)

Chris Young, Lonely Eyes – #4 (#5), Lonely Eyes – #3 (#3), Lonely Eyes – #14 (#12),-, A.M. – #37 (#37)

Little Big Town, Girl Crush – #5 (#3), Girl Crush – #24 (#26), Girl Crush – #2 (#1), Girl Crush – #2 (#2), Pain Killer – #9 (#7)

Lee Brice, Drinking Class – #6 (#6), Drinking Class – #5 (#6), Drinking Class – #11 (#11), Drinking Class – #9 (#9), I Don’t Dance – #21 (#21)

Dierks Bentley, Say You Do – #7 (#8), Say You Do – #4 (#7), Say You Do – #21 (#22), Say You Do – #22 (#22), Riser – #27 (#24)

Darius Rucker, Homegrown Honey – #8 (#7), Homegrown Honey – #6 (#2), Homegrown Honey – #13 (#17) Wagon Wheel – #33 (N/A), Homegrown Honey – #18 (N/A), Southern Style – #1 (N/A)

Tyler Farr, A Guy Walks Into A Bar – #9 (#9), A Guy Walks Into A Bar – #8 (#9), A Guy Walks Into A Bar – #12 (#13),-,-

Keith Urban, Raise ‘Em Up – #10 (#13), Raise ‘Em Up – #7 (#8), Raise ‘Em Up – #20 (#28),-, Fuse – #41 (#42)

Billy Currington, Don’t It – #11 (#12), Don’t It – #10 (#10), Don’t It – #15 (#15), Don’t It – #21 (#23),-

A Thousand Horses, Smoke – #12 (#10), Smoke – #11 (#11), Smoke – #7 (#7),-,-

Florida Georgia Line, Sippin’ On Fire – #13 (#14), Sippin’ On Fire – #14 (#15), Sippin’ On Fire – #6 (#9) Sun Daze – #24 (#26) Cruise – #42 (#43) This Is How We Roll – #47 (#46), This Is How We Roll – #3 (#4) Cruise – #6 (#5) Sun Daze – #10 (#10) Dirt – #11 (#11) Sippin’ On Fire – #17 (#25), Anything Goes – #7 (#6)

Miranda Lambert, Little Red Wagon – #14 (#11), Little Red Wagon – #18 (#16), Little Red Wagon – #9 (#8), Little Red Wagon – #8 (#6), Platinum – #13 (#12)

Carrie Underwood, Little Toy Guns – #15 (#17), Little Toy Guns – #17 (#18), Little Toy Guns – #10 (#14) Something In The Water – #45 (#42),-, Greatest Hits: Decade #1 – #10 (#10)

Eric Paslay, She Don’t Love You – #16 (#15), She Don’t Love You – #16 (#17), She Don’t Love You – #17 (#16), She Don’t Love You – #24 (#24), Eric Paslay – #45 (#44)

Tim McGraw, Diamond Rings & Old Barstools – #17 (#18), Diamond Rings & Old Barstools – #13 (#13), Diamond Rings & Old Barstools – #19 (#21) Shotgun Rider – #38 (#36),-, Sundown Heaven Town – #19 (N/A)

Kenny Chesney, Wild Child – #18 (#22), Wild Child – #12 (#12), Wild Child – #18 (#29),-, The Big Revival – #20 (#17)

Canaan Smith, Love You Like That – #19 (#20), Love You Like That – #21 (#20), Love You Like That – #8 (#10),-, Canaan Smith EP – #42 (#16)

Eric Church, Like A Wrecking Ball – #20 (#23), Like A Wrecking Ball – #29 (#30), Like A Wrecking Ball – #5 (#6) Talladega – #35 (#33), Talladega – #20 (#18), The Outsiders – #8 (#8)

Kelsea Ballerini, Love Me Like You Mean It – #21 (#24), Love Me Like You Mean It – #20 (#21), Love Me Like You Mean It – #16 (#19),-, Kelsea Ballerini EP – #47 (#47)

Luke Bryan, I See You – #22 (#21) Games – #27 (#31) Spring Breakdown – #50 (#49), Games – #36 (#36), Games – #26 (#30) Play It Again – #36 (#39) I See You – #44 (#40), Play It Again – #5 (#7) I See You – #12 (#15) That’s My Kind of Night – #16 (#17), Spring Break… Checkin’ Out – #2 (#1) Crash My Party – #12 (#11) Spring Break… The Set List ZinePak – #26 (#23)

Blake Shelton, Lonely Tonight – #23 (#16) Sangria – #36 (#46), Sangria – #37 (#47), Lonely Tonight – #30 (#27) Boys Round Here – #40 (N/A) God Gave Me You – #46 (N/A), Lonely Tonight – #15 (#13), Bringing Back The Sunshine – #22 (#19)

Jason Aldean, Just Gettin’ Started – #24 (#19) Tonight Looks Good On You – #34 (#45), Tonight Looks Good On You – #30 (#37), Just Gettin’ Started – #27 (#24) Burnin’ It Down – #28 (#35) Tonight Looks Good On You – #37 (N/A),-, Old Boots, New Dirt – #5 (#5)

Easton Corbin, Baby Be My Love Song – #25 (#26), Baby Be My Love Song – #15 (#14), Baby Be My Love Song – #50 (N/A),-,-

Brad Paisley, Crushin’ It – #26 (#27), Crushin’ It – #19 (#19), Crushin’ It – #29 (N/A),-, Moonshine In The Trunk – #49 (#41)

Brantley Gilbert, One Hell of An Amen – #28 (#30), One Hell of An Amen – #27 (#28), One Hell of An Amen – #42 (#47), Bottoms Up – #7 (#8), Just As I Am – #16 (#18)

Josh Turner, Lay Low – #29 (#28), Lay Low – #26 (#25), Lay Low – #48 (#45),-,-

Michael Ray, Kiss You In The Morning – #30 (#32), Kiss You In The Morning – #23 (#23),-,-,-

Frankie Ballard, Young & Crazy – #31 (#35), Young & Crazy – #22 (#24),-,-, Sunshine & Whiskey – #40 (#46)

Joe Nichols, Hard To Be Cool – #32 (#34), Hard To Be Cool – #25 (#22),-,-,-

Kacey Musgraves, Biscuits – #33 (#29), Biscuits – #43 (#41), Biscuits – #31 (#25),-,-

Reba, Going Out Like That – #35 (#33), Going Out Like That – #35 (#32), Going Out Like That – #43 (#34),-,-

Dustin Lynch, Hell of A Night – #37 (#36), Hell of A Night – #31 (#31),-,-, Where It’s At – #43 (#33)

Maddie & Tae, Fly – #38 (#41), Fly – #33 (#34),-,-,-

Kip Moore, I’m To Blame – #39 (#38), I’m To Blame – #34 (#33),-,-,-

Rascal Flatts, Riot – #40 (#37), Riot – #31 (#29),-,-,-

Chase Rice, Ride – #41 (#39) Gonna Wanna Tonight – #44 (#42), Gonna Wanna Tonight – #38 (#35), Ride – #22 (#18),-, Ignite The Night – #11 (#9)

Jana Kramer, I Got The Boy – #42 (#44), I Got The Boy – #48 (#48), I Got The Boy – #39 (#44),-,-

Gloriana, Trouble – #43 (#43), Trouble – #28 (#27),-,-,-

Old Dominion, Break Up With Him – #45 (#47), Break Up With Him – #52 (#51),-,-,-

Granger Smith, Backroad Song – #46 (#25),-,-,-,-

RaeLynn, For A Boy – #48 (#48), For A Boy – #58 (#58),-,-,-

Dan + Shay, Nothin’ Like You – #49 (N/A), Nothin’ Like You – #41 (#40),-,-,-

Mickey Guyton,-, Better Than You Left Me – #39 (#38),-,-,-

Big & Rich,-, Run Away With You – #40 (#39),-,-,-

Lady Antebellum,-, Long Stretch of Love – #42 (#46),-,-, 747 – #30 (#34)

Parmalee,-, Already Callin’ You Mine – #44 (#43),-,-,-

Gary Allan,-, Hangover Tonight – #45 (#42),-,-,-

Eli Young Band,-, Turn It On – #46 (#44),-,-,-

Mo Pitney,-, Country – #47 (#45),-,-,-

Brothers Osborne,-, Stay A Little Longer – #49 (N/A),-,-,-

Austin Webb,-, All Country On You – #50 (#50),-,-,-

Drake White,-, It Feels Good – #51 (#49),-,-,-

Montgomery Gentry,-, Folks Like Us – #53 (#53),-,-,-

Cam,-, My Mistake – #54 (#52),-,-,-

Ashley Monroe,-, On To Something Good – #55 (#54),-,-,-

LoCash,-, I Love This Life – #56 (#57),-,-,-

Waterloo Revival,-, Hit The Road – #57 (#56),-,-,-

Casey James,-, Fall Apart – #59 (N/A),-,-,-

Brett Eldredge,-, Mean To Me – #23 (#25),-, Bring You Back – #32 (#32)

Thomas Rhett,-,-, Make Me Wanna – #34 (#31), Make Me Wanna – #23 (#19), It Goes Like This – #33 (#35)

Taylor Swift,-,-,-, You Belong With Me – #19 (#20) We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together – #25 (#21),-

ACMs,-,-,-,-, NOW That’s What I Call ACM Awards: 50 Years – #4 (N/A) 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards ZinePak – #6 (#4)

Nashville Cast,-,-,-,-, On The Record, Volume 2 – #15 (#3) The Music of Nashville: Season 3, Volume 1 – #35 (#30)

Jon Wolfe,-,-,-,-, Natural Man – #25 (N/A)

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