Wednesday, April 17, 2019
– Brooks & Dunn debuted in first with "Reboot" on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart for the week ending April 20. The disc pairs the duo on collaborations with other country artists. Luke Combs topped the Hot Country Songs chart with "Beautiful Crazy" sitting at the top for the eighth week.
Combs was second on the albums chart with "This One's For You." George Strait held third with "Honky Tonk Time Machine." Reba McEntire debuted in fourth with "Stranger Than the Truth," and Dan + Shay was fifth with their self-titled release.
Brett Young went from 17 to 11 with his self-titled first album. Sam Hunt's "Montevallo" went from 29 to 23 in its 217th week on the chart.
Brooks & Dunn's "The Greatest Hits Collection" moved from 36 to 24. Eric Church was up 10 to 30 with "Desperate Man."
On the songs chart, "Tequila" from Dan + Shay" and "Here Tonight" from Young stayed second and third. Thomas Rhett jumped nine to fourth with "Look What God Gave Her." Blake Shelton remained fifth with "God's Country."
Old Dominion checked in at nine with "Make It Sweet," up three. Lee Brice was 13th with "Rumor," up 4. "Love Ain't" from Eli Young Band stood at 17, up 3. Luke Bryan climbed 5 to 20th with "Knockin' Boots" in its second week out. Church was 25th with "Some Of It," up 3.
Maren Morris was at 27 with "The Bones," up 3. Little Big Town debuted at 29 with "The Daughters." Brooks & Dunn entered at 30 with "Neon Moon" with Kacey Musgraves. Keith Urban debuted at 38 with "Burden."
Justin Moore was 44th with "The Ones That Didn't Make It Back Home," up 3. Morgan Wallen debuted at 46 with his cover of Jason Isbell's "Cover Me Up."
On the Bluegrass Albums chart, The Infamous Stringdusters debuted in first with "Rise Sun." Steve Curtis Chapman was second with "Deeper Roots: Where the Bluegrass Grows." Mandolin Orange was third with "Tides of a Teardrop." Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen were fourth with "If You Can't Stand the Heat" and Tim O'Brien fifth with a self-titled disc.
On the Americana/Folk Albums chart, Chris Stapleton was first with "Traveller." Musgrave was second with "Golden Hour," Hozier third with "Wasteland, Baby!," Stapleton fourth with "From A Room: Volume 2" and Hozier fifth with his self-titled release.
On the Billboard top 200, Brooks & Dunn were eighth. Combs was 11th, Strait 20th, McEntire 22nd and Dan + Shay 24th.