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Decker debuts in first

Tuesday, October 24, 2017 – Jessie James Decker debuted in first on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart with "Southern Girl City Lights" for the week ending Nov. 4. Kane Brown remained first on the Hot Country Songs chart with "What Ifs" featuring Lauren Alaina.

On the albums chart, Brown's self-titled debut fell to second. Thomas Thomas Rhett was third with "Life Changes." Carly Pearce debuted at four with "Every Little Thing" and Russell Dickerson fifth with "Yours." Dolly Parton debuted at 20 with "I Believe In You."

LANCO's "Extended Play" EP was up 3 to 30. Reba McEntire debuted at 47 with "My Kind of Christmas."

Luke Combs was second on the songs chart with "When It Rains It Pours." Sam Hunt was third with "Body Like a Back Road" with Rhett fourth with "Unforgettable." Pearce was fifth with "Every Little Thing."

Kip Moore was up four to eighth with "More Girls Like You." Blake Shelton jumped 5 to 10th with "I'll Name the Dogs." Brett Young's latest hit, "Like I Loved You," went from 17 to 13. Chris Young also was up 4 to 15 with "Losing Sleep. Russell Dickerson's "Yours" went from 22 to 17. "Smooth" from Florida Georgia Line moved up 3 to 18 as did Walker Hayes' "You Broke Up With Me" at 20.

Miranda Lambert's "Tin Man" was at 25, up 3. So was Chris Stapleton's "Broken Halos" at 26. Old Dominion jumped 8 to 27 with "Written in the Sand." Easton Corbin stood at 28 with "A Girl Like You," up 4. Scotty McCreery was 30th with "Five More Minutes," up 3. "Legends," the new Kelsea Ballerini single, was up 5 to 32. Lee Brice's "Boy" was at 33, up 3. Aaron Watson was 34th with "Outta Style," up 4. Big & Rich were at 36 with "California," up 3. "Singles You Up" from Jordan Davis came in at 37, up 3. Granger Smith's new single, "Happens Like That," was 38th up. 3. Canadian duo High Valley was at 39 with "She's With Me," up 4. Morgan Wallen's "Up Down," featuring Florida Georgia Line, debuted at 40.

Brantley Gilbert was up 3 to 41 with "Ones That Like Me." Midland was 43rd with "Make a Little," up 6. Chris Young debuted at 45 with "Where I Go When I Drink." Chris Lane's new single with Tori Kelly, "Take Back Home Girl," moved up 4 to 46. RaeLynn debuted at 50 with "Lonely Call."

Garth Brooks was at 21 with "Ask Me How I Know," up 3. Devin Dawson's "All On Me" went from 27 to 23. Brett Eldredge jumped from 42 to 24 with "The Long Way."

On the Bluegrass Albums chart, Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers remained first with "The Long-Awaited Album." Chris Hillman was second with "Bidin' My Time," Bradley Walker third with "Blessed: Hymns And Song of Faith," Alison Krauss fourth with "Windy City" and Old Crow Medicine Show fifth with "50 Years of Blonde on Blonde."

On the Americana/Folk Albums chart, Robert Plant was first with "Carry Fire." Stapleton was down one to second with "Traveller." Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile's "Lotta Sea Lice" debuted in third. Stapleton held fourth with "From a Room," and The Lumineers were fifth with "Cleopatra."

On the Top 200, Decker was 18th, Brown 20th, Rhett 28th, Pearce 32nd and Dickerson 39th.

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