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Wednesday, February 27, 2019 – Florida debuted in first with "Can't Say I Ain't Country" on the Billboard Country Albums chart. Luke Combs sits atop the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the week ending March 2 with "Beautiful Crazy."

Dan + Shay were second on the songs chart with "Tequila," one ahead of "This Is It" from Scotty McCreery. Dan + Shay also were fourth with "Speechless." Meant to Be" from Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line was fifth.

Brett Young jumped from 16 to 11 with "Here Tonight." Florida Georgia Georgia Line was 13th with "Talk You Out of It," up 13. Chase Rice moved up 4 to 16 with "Eyes On You. Riley Green also climbed 4, to 17, with "There Was This Girl." Tyler Rich's "The Difference" went from 33 to 30.

Florida Georgia Line's "Women," which features Jason Derulo was up 6 to 35. "What Happens in a Small Town" from Brantley Gilbert and Lindsey Ell rested at 36, up 7. Dan + Shay stood at 39, up 11, with "All to Myself." Eric Church moved up 3 to 41 with "Some Of It." Florida Georgia Line debuted at 46 with "Can't Hide Red," featuring Jason Aldean.

On the albums chart, Combs remained second with "This One's For You." Kacey Musgraves was third with "Golden Hour," Dan + Shay fourth with their self-titled release and Chris Stapleton fifth with "Traveller."

Elvis Presley debuted at nine with "Elvis: The '68 Comeback Special - The Best Of." Ryan Bingham debuted at 12 with "American Love Song." Brett Young was up 12 to 17 with "Ticket to L.A." Jordan Davis' "Home State" was up 9 to 24. Hayes Carll debuted at 26 with "What It Is." Midland was at 41 with "On the Rocks," up 3.

On the Bluegrass albums chart Mandolin Orange was first with "Tides of a Teardrop." Steep Canyon Rangers held second with "Out in the Open," Punch Brothers third with "All Ashore," Steve Martin And the Steep Canyon Rangers fourth with "The Long-Awaited Album" and Greensky Bluegrass fifth with "All For Money."

On the Americana/Folk Albums chart, Kacey Musgraves was first with "Golden Hour." Tedeschi Trucks Band debuted in second with "Signs." Stapleton was third with "Traveller." Bingham was fourth with "American Love Song." Brandi Carlile was fifth with "By the Way, I Forgive You."

On the overall top 200, Florida Georgia Lined debuted at 4. Combs was 16th, Musgraves 23rd, Dan + Shay 38th and Stapleton's "Traveller" 47th.

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Dig Your Roots CD review - Dig Your Roots
From the ribbits and Dobro on "Smooth," the lead-off song, one might think that Florida Georgia Line is eschewing its rap rock meets country past for something completely different. While at times that is true - "Smooth" has a swampy beat - Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard haven't veered so far from what brought them to the dance. That is evident with the title track where the thwack of drum programming from long-time producer Joey Moi meets the soulful, somewhat shiny vocals. »»»
Anything Goes CD review - Anything Goes
The title of Florida Georgia Line's second full length is accurate. For the duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelly, that means girls, girls and more girls plus an ultra dose of partying. That is evident from the refrain of the title track, which, of course, focuses on Friday night activities. "I brought the songs and you brought the party/ Only one way to do it up right/Everybody goes where eveybody knows/That anything goes on a Friday Night/Get your party right/It's a Friday night. »»»
Here's to the Good Times This is How We Roll CD review - Here's to the Good Times This is How We Roll
Perhaps a few fans didn't get enough of Florida Georgia Line's "Here's to the Good Times," which came out in December 2012. That release contained all five songs of the duo's second EP "It'z Just What We Do" from May 2012. Not to mention the super uber mega-hit Cruise and fellow number ones Get Your Shine On, Round Here and Stay. With "This is How We Roll," Tyler Hubbard (he's the one with the longer hair) and Brian Kelly follow the »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: Carlile goes from excellent to memorable musical event – The last time Brandi Carlile came through town, she was promoting 2018's "By the Way, I Forgive You," which would deservedly go on to win the 2019 Grammy Award for Best Americana Album. This time out, Carlile performed fewer songs from that strong effort, which amounted to a more well-rounded live overview of her career to date.... »»»
Concert Review: Tuttle does well by coming home – Molly Tuttle has won kudos for her acoustic guitar playing. So much so that she's captured the IBMA award for Guitarist of the Year, the first female to win that acclaim from the bluegrass organization. But it's not so much Tuttle's guitar playing that stood out live. Yes, that serves her well for sure. But it's more that her... »»»
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