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Chris Young, Lady A again top charts

Thursday, May 27, 2010 – Chris Y oung and Lady Antebellum continued leading the Billboard charts for the week ending June 5 with The Man I Want to Be on the song chart and "Need You Now" on the album chart respectively.

Miranda Lambert was up two to second on the song chart with The House That Built Me. George Strait also climbed two spots to third with I Gotta Get to You. Steel Magnolia moved up two to fourth with Keep on Lovin' You, while Joe Nichol's former number one song, Gimmie That Girl was down three to fifth.

Jason Aldean went from ninth to sixth with Crazy Town. Clay Walker broke into the top 10 - at 9 - with She Won't Be Lonely Long.

Carrie Underwood was a big mover with Undo It up 5 to 14. Jaron And the Long Road to Love were at 17 - up 3 - with Pray for You. Lee Brice was at 18 with Love Like Crazy, up 3. Blake Shelton's All About Tonight was up to 19, climbing 4 slots. Keith Urban enjoyed the biggest mover with I'm In at 20, up 9.

Zac Brown Band's Free was at 21, up 4. Josh Turner's new single All Over Me moved from 30 to 26. David Nail's new single, Turning Home, reached 28th, up 3. Dierks Bentley's bluegrass themed Up on the Ridge skyrocketed from 37 to 29.

On the album chart, the second through sixth spots stayed the same: "The Foundation" by Zac Brown Band, "Revolution" by Lambert, "Fearless" by Taylor Swift, "Play On" by Carrie Underwood and "Pass the Jar: Live From the Fabulous Box" by Zac Brown Band.

Brooks & Dunn shot from 27 to 10 with "#1s...And Then Some," no doubt benefiting from a concert special. Young's "The Man I want to Be" was 13, up 3. "The Gospel Music of the Statler Brothers" debuted at 17 Brad Paisley's "American Saturday Night" was up 3 to 20.

Nichols was up 3 to 35 with "Old Things Now."

On the overall top 200, Lady A was 6th, Zac Brown Band 22nd, Lambert 25th, Swift 34th and Underwood 35th.

The Court Yard Hounds, who were not on the country chart, stood at 24th pn the overall top 200 chart.

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Losing Sleep CD review - Losing Sleep
Chris Young has one of the best country voices, and it's always a pleasure to hear him sing. But it's disappointing when the title cut sounds more like the groove to a Justin Bieber song than anything truly country. When, say, someone like Jason Aldean performs music with barely any resemblance to real country music, it's not that big a deal; he's not a great natural singer to begin with. However, Young's voice is just too good to waste on mere pop. »»»
It Must Be Christmas CD review - It Must Be Christmas
Song selection can sometimes seem fairly inessential whenever chosen by a master singer. Such is the case with "It Must Be Christmas," Chris Young's new holiday collection. He sounds as perfectly comfortable with the jazzy "I'll Be Home for Christmas," where its supper club vibe takes a little of the edge off one seriously sad song, as he does with the Phil Spector rock nugget "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)." Young is also helped out by a few special guests. »»»
I'm Comin' Over CD review - I'm Comin' Over
Chris Young has enjoyed steady success from his previous four releases, and there's no reason to suggest that "I'm Comin' Over" won't do the same. But that doesn't mean that Young is doing anything all that different from what's au courant. Young's go to has always been his full-sounding, big-bodied voice, and that remains intact here throughout these 11 songs, 9 of which he had a hand in writing. His voice is front and center (that's apparent »»»
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: Jinks wins over fans, especially new ones – Cody Jinks asked the crowd a bit into his show how many had never seen him before. It seemed like Jinks has made a lot of musical inroads into the public's consciousness because roughly three quarters of the audience raised their hands to show that this was their first time. That probably made Jinks feel pretty darn good about how life has been... »»»
Concert Review: Fogerty lives up to his past – Woodstock 50 may never have happened, but that original monumental event was certainly in the air at John Fogerty's My 50 Year Trip Tour before, during and after. The before and after was in the choice of songs that came over the speakers including everything from Jefferson Airplane's "Don't You Want Somebody to Love" to The... »»»
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