Faith Hill Captures #1 Radio Spot
NASHVILLE — Faith Hill returns to the top of Billboard's Top Country Singles & Tracks chart this week with "The Way You Love Me."
She dethrones Kenny Rogers, whose "Buy Me a Rose" was #1 for one week, yet made history — it made him the oldest artist ever to claim a #1 hit on that radio-play chart. Rogers falls to the #3 spot.
Climbing to #2 from #4 is Andy Griggs with "She's More." At #4 is Clay Walker's "Chain of Love," moving up from #7. George Strait's "The Best Day" slips from #2 to #5.
Garth Brooks' song "When You Come Back to Me Again" moves from #59 to #52. The song is not on any record, but many stations are playing the audio track from the song's video.
Debuting on the chart this week are Jo Dee Messina's "That's the Way" at #50, Vince Gill's "Feels Like Love" at #62, Alabama's "We Made Love" at #63, Diamond Rio's "Stuff" at #73 and Anita Cochran at #68 with "Good Times."
Re-entering the chart are Faith Hill and Tim McGraw with their duet of "Let's Make Love" at #60 and Martina McBride's "There You Are" at #67. All three artists were prominently featured on last week's Academy of Country Music Awards show.