Chad Brock Scores His First #1 Single

Singer knocks Faith Hill out of top spot; Clay Walker moves up a notch.

NASHVILLE — "Yes!" by Chad Brock leaps to #1 from #3 this week on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, which reflects radio play. Brock dethrones Faith Hill, whose "The Way You Love Me" slides to #4.

Andy Griggs' "She's More" remains at #2, "The Chain of Love" by Clay Walker moves to #3 from #4, Collin Raye's "Couldn't Last a Moment" holds at #5, "I Hope You Dance" by Lee Ann Womack moves to # 6 from #7, "Unconditional" by Clay Davidson goes to #7 from #6, "What I Need to Do" by Kenny Chesney holds at # 8, "Some Things Never Change" by Tim McGraw goes to #9 from #11 and Trace Adkins' "More" remains at #10.

Earning "airpower" honors this week are Alan Jackson's "It Must Be Love," which moves from #20 to #18, and "Cold Day in July," from the Dixie Chicks, which goes from #21 to #20.

Billy Gilman's "One Voice" (RealAudio excerpt) moves from #47 to #42 on the country chart and also debuts at #86 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. There are 27 country songs on the Hot 100 this week, led by Hill's "Breathe" at #2. Brock's "Yes!" (RealAudio excerpt) moves from #31 to #28 on the Hot 100.

On the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, "Where Are You Now" by Trisha Yearwood is this week's "hotshot debut" at #67.

"That's When You Came Along" by Tara Lyn Hartdebuts at #68, on the country chart, Billy Hoffman's"Perfect Night," comes in at #69, "What If It's Me" by Jennifer Day re-enters the chart at #71 and "Katie Wants a Fast One" (RealAudio excerpt) by Steve Wariner, with Garth Brooks, debuts at #75.