Adele released only one new song this year, but she still managed to rule the charts.
Her 2011 album, 21, was the best-selling album for the second year in a row, according toBillboard. This is the first time the same album has topped the charts two years in a row since Nielsen SoundScan started tracking album sales in 1991.
Will songs from Act of Valor or The Hunger Games best the title track from the latest James Bond film at this year’s Golden Globes? And who else was nominated this year?
Adele joins other artists like Whitney Houston, the Backstreet Boys and N’Sync who have reached the milestone.
Scotty McCreery has accomplished quite a lot in his young life. And now he adds a Guinness World Record to his list of landmark achievements.
For Faith Hill’s upcoming 2012 album Illusion, her first in five years, the Southern songstress will cover OneRepublic’s “Come Home.” But that song wasn’t her first choice.
Titled “1979,” the three-song EP will feature David Nail’s cover of Adele’s “Someone Like You.”
It’s not exactly the song you’d expect country singer David Nail to warm up to every night, but following successful emotive singles like “Red Light” and “Let It Rain,” it only makes sense.
Step aside, Carrie Underwood. At least that’s what Alan Jackson’s new album, Thirty Miles West, said to this week to Underwood’s Blown Away on the Billboard Country Albums chart. Jackson’s album took the top spot, pushing Blown Away down a notch to Number Two.
David Nail covers “Someone Like You”
Dierks Bentley puts his bluegrass stamp on Adele’s “Set Fire To The Rain” in today’s episode of CMT Unplugged.