Florida Georgia Line join Brooks & Dunn as the only two groups in Billboard’s Country Airplay chart history, solo, duo or group, to have their first three singles hit No. 1 for multiple weeks.
The Cup Game is easy enough. You need a plastic cup, rhythm and a little bit of patience to play.
Did you know there are records for the biggest drops off the Billboard chart? Or that someone’s sexual orientation was used to set a world record?
Perhaps the old saying is true, that ‘all publicity is good publicity.’ Because after a week of living under the spotlight for his song “Accidental Racist,” Brad Paisley’s album Wheelhouse (which contains the song) has topped the Billboard Country Albums chart this week.
Though it never reached Number One, Josh Turner’s song “Time Is Love” turned out to the most popular country song of 2012, according to Billboard. First released in January, the song appears on Turner’s latest album Punching Bag. “Time […]
Each artist has sold more than a million copies of a new CD during its first week. Taylor Swift’s “Red” just topped out at more than 1.2 million copies sold during its debut.
They may have national awards and a pair of Number One hits, but life on the road for the Eli Young Band still involves traveling on a cramped tour bus with too many guys and some “unique smells.”
“Welcome to the Fishbowl” is Kenny Chesney’s 11th album to debut at Number One on the Billboard Country Albums chart.
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.
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