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Paisley registers chart double

Thursday, June 2, 2011 – Brad Paisley scored a chart double having the number one album ("This is Country Music") and song (Old Alabama featuring Alabama) for the week ending June 11.

On the song chart, Keith Urban crept up two to second with Without You. Rascal Flatts was down one to third with I Won't Let Go. Mean by Taylor Swift climbed one spot to fourth. Blake Shelton continued his quick rise with Honey Bee. The song was at five up three.

Justin Moore stood at 11 with If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away. Jason Aldean was at 11, up 3, with Dirt Road Anthem. Martina McBride and Eric Church both were up 3, to 17 and 18 respectively with Teenage Daughters and Homeboy. Kenny Chesney tied for the big mover with You And Tequila featuring Grace Potter because the song jumped from 27 to 21. Eli Young Band's Crazy Girl moved up 3 to 25. Brad Paisley's duet with Carrie Underwood, jumped from 36 to 30.

On the album chart, Aldean's "My Kinda Party" was second, American Idol winner Scotty McCreery debuting in third with "American Idol Season 10: Scotty McCreery," Zac Brown Band fourth with " You Get What You Give" and Rascal Flatts fifth with "Nothing Like This."

"American Idol Season 10: Lauren Alaina" debuted in ninth. "Loaded: The Best of Blake Shelton" was up 5 to 12. Tim McGraw's "Number One Huts" jumped 8 to 14. "Zac Brown Band's "The Foundation" moved from 19 to 15. "Icon: Josh Turner" was up 5 to 22. "Icon: Billy Currington" skyrocketed from 38 to 25. Paisley was at 27, up 3, with "Hits Alive."

Frankie Ballard's self-titled EP debuted at 33. John Rich moved to 40, up 3, with his "For the Kids" EP.

On the overall top 200, Paisley was 2nd, Aldean 9th, McCreery 12th, Zac Brown Band 24th and Rascal Flatts 25th.

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