Lonestar Still Lonely At The Top

Group's 'What About Now' maintains highest-ranking radio singles spot.

NASHVILLELonestar's "What About Now" (RealAudio excerpt) keeps its #1 ranking for the second week in a row on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, reflecting airplay on country radio stations.

"I Hope You Dance," by Lee Ann Womack with Sons of the Desert, maintains its #2 ranking. "It Must Be Love," by Alan Jackson, moves up from #4 to #3. Rascal Flatts' "Prayin' for Daylight" (RealAudio excerpt), meanwhile, slides from #3 to #4.

Jo Dee Messina's "That's the Way" jumps from #7 to #5, Eric Heatherly's "Flowers on the Wall" holds its #6 position, and SheDaisy's "I Will ... But" climbs from #8 to #7. Keith Urban's first top-10 hit, "Your Everything," moves up from #10 to #8.

Moving into the top 10 are Brooks & Dunn's "You'll Always Be Loved by Me," at #9 from #12, and Joe Diffie's "It's Always Somethin'," at #10 from #13.

Getting nods for "airpower" this week are Aaron Tippin's "Kiss This" (Realaudio excerpt), which moves from #19 to #17, and George Strait's "Go On," which jumps from #26 to #19.

The Hot Shot Debut of the week is "I Lost It" by Kenny Chesney, landing at #48. Also debuting this week are John Michael Montgomery's "The Little Girl" at #65; Ricochet's "She's Gone," at #66; Randy Travis' "I'll Be Right Here Loving You" at #68; Chris LeDoux's "Silence on the Line" at #73; and Sonya Isaacs' "Barefoot in the Grass" at #75.