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Oct
14

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Brett Eldredge Takes ‘Lose My Mind’ To #1

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Set To Perform Song On Ellen Oct 16 – Eldredge Enjoying 4 Consecutive # 1 Singles

After recently celebrating the #1 debut of his sophomore album Illinois, Brett Eldredge has another party to plan as “Lose My Mind,” the first single from the album, tops the country singles charts. Eldredge is enjoying 4 consecutive #1 singles, all of which he co-wrote.

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Sep
22

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Brett Eldredge Debuts At #1 On Billboard’s Top Country Albums With ‘Illinois’

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Fueled By The Top 5 Single “Lose My Mind” Illinois Lands at #3 on the Billboard Top 200 With 51,000 Album Equivalent Units

Brett Eldredge doesn’t sleep very much these days, but the 29 year-old insomniac is enjoying the dream of his new album Illinoisdebuting at #1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart. It’s the first time he’s had an album achieve that feat. Fueled by the lead single “Lose My Mind,” which he began writing on a sleepless night, Illinois also debuts inside the Top 5 on the all-genre Billboard 200 album chart.

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Sep
22

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Billboard Chart Roundup – Week of October 3rd, 2015

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Brett Eldredge’s sophomore set ‘Illinois’ debuts at #1 this week in a surprise turn of events that sees him shift over 43,000 copies in his first week. Considering the record’s lead single ‘Lose My Mind’ hasn’t yet gone #1 and album sales are down, that’s pretty impressive. He charts ahead of Luke Bryan’s ‘Kill The Lights’, although Luke’s ‘Strip It Down’ still has Country Digital Songs on lockdown and this week moves up five places on Hot Country Songs to dominate it. Meanwhile, Sam Hunt continues to occupy #1 on Country Streaming Songs with ‘House Party’, and Kenny Chesney leaps to the top of Country Airplay with ‘Save It For A Rainy Day’ (Chris Janson was #1 on Mediabase with ‘Buy Me A Boat’, but he held onto #3 on Billboard). Read on for the full charts!

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Sep
10

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Brett Eldredge ‘Illinois’ – Album Review

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I got a Brett crush, hate to admit it but
I got a heart rush, ain’t slowin’ down
I got it real bad, want everything he sings
That song and the smooth voice he’s givin’ you now

Now that the scene is set for how I was anticipating the release of ‘Illinois’ we can get to reviewing the music that forms the album. To a certain extent, Brett Eldredge could release almost anything and I would still love it, just because his voice absolutely melts me, and I could listen to him sing all day long. ‘Bring You Back’ is my go-to album for almost any situation, and whilst I wasn’t too bothered about some of the songs on it (‘Tell Me Where To Park’ for one), some of the songs were simply mind-blowingly good, and this made me so excited for this new project.

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Aug
23

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Brett Eldredge Reveals Track Listing For ‘Illinois’, Out September 11

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“Lose My Mind’ Now Top 10

CMA New Artist of the Year winner Brett Eldredge had fun revealing the song titles for his forthcoming album Illinois on Snapchat. Known for his fun and inventive posts, Eldredge shared the titles of all 12 songs with his own humorous 10 second interpretations of each track. You can see the entire Snapchat story here http://youtu.be/SlonZ6x4Obo.

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Aug
7

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CMA Festival Country’s Night To Rock: Recap + Loads of Opinion

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CMA Festival’s Country’s Night To Rock aired this week (Aug. 4th) on ABC… and it was pretty forgettable. Country super group Little Big Town hosted the event and did a good job at it, it’s just too bad the event wasn’t as good as they were.

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Jun
11

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Brett Eldredge Reveals ‘Illinois’ Album Cover

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Monday night on Snapchat, CMA New Artist of the Year winner Brett Eldredge revealed the cover for his new album Illinois, available for pre-order now and set to release September 11 on Atlantic Records. “I’m so excited to be releasing a new album,” said Eldredge. “We’ve been performing a few of the new songs in our show and I can’t wait for fans to hear all of it.”

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Apr
29

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Brett Eldredge ‘Lose My Mind’ – Single Review

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Being Brett Eldredge’s first new material since taking the CMA New Artist Of The Year, there was understandably great anticipation for ‘Lose My Mind’, and whether he would extend his dominance at the top of the charts (his last 3 singles all went to #1). I think it is safe to say that ‘Lose My Mind’ will probably match the success of ‘Mean To Me’, ‘Beat Of The Music’ and ‘Don’t Ya’, since it is an incredibly catchy song, with more than a little pop sheen and infectious melodies. In addition to this, Brett is a bit of a dreamboat (ed note: unanimous FTCR opinion), and so will probably sell a great deal of records on his personality and smoother-than-milkshake voice.

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