Billy Gilman Sits Tight At #1
NASHVILLE — Twelve-year-old Billy Gilman continues his assault on the Billboard charts, as his single "One Voice" remains at the #1 spot on the Country Singles Sales chart. Additionally, his album One Voice maintains its #4 slot in its second week on the Top Country Albums chart.
Gilman's album — which includes "One Voice" (RealAudio excerpt) — also moves from #52 to #43 on the Billboard Top Current Albums chart.
Little has changed in the upper reaches of the Top Country Albums chart from last week. The Dixie Chicks' Fly remains in the top spot, followed by Faith Hill's Breathe at #2, Lee Ann Womack's I Hope You Dance at #3, Gilman at #4, Shania Twain's Come On Over at #5, the Chicks' Wide Open Spaces at #6, Tim McGraw's Place in the Sun at #7, Lonestar's Lonely Grille at #8, George Strait's Latest Greatest Straitest at #9, and SheDaisy's The Whole Shebang at #10.
The only debuts on the albums chart are Hank Williams III's Risin' Outlaw at #71 and Tracy Byrd's Keepers (Greatest Hits) at #75.
On the Top New Artist Albums chart, Rascal Flatts' self-titled debut album moves to #4 from #6 and Eric Heatherly's Swimming in Champagne remains in the top 10 at #9.
The top 5 in the Country Singles Sales chart remain unchanged. After Gilman, Hill's "Breathe" is #2, Jo Dee Messina's "That's the Way" is #3, Chad Brock's "Yes!" is at #4, and the Dixie Chicks' "Goodbye Earl" remains at #5.