Faith Hill Still Tops In Country Radio Play

Billy Gilman, Lee Ann Womack, Eric Heatherly making inroads.

NASHVILLE — The top spots are frozen again this week on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart — just as they are on the country albums chart.

Lee Ann Womack, country newcomer Billy Gilman and Eric Heatherly made significant chart moves. In addition, several debut singles entered the chart.

The top four spots are again held by Faith Hill's "The Way You Love Me" at #1, Andy Griggs' "She's More" at #2, Clay Walker's "The Chain of Love" at #3 and Chad Brock's "Yes!" at #4. Collin Raye's "Couldn't Last a Moment" moves from #7 to #5. Lee Ann Womack's "I Hope You Dance" (RealAudio excerpt) enters the top 10 at #8, and Clay Davidson's "Unconditional" jumps from #10 to #6.

Other top-20 upward moves are Tim McGraw's "Some Things Never Change," climbing from #15 to #13; Reba McEntire's "I'll Be" going, from #16 to #14; Trace Adkins's "More," moving from #14 to #12; and Rascal Flatts' "Prayin' for Daylight," rising from #18 to #15.

Twelve-year-old Gilman's first single, "One Voice," shoots from #71 to #59 in its second week on the chart. Heatherly's "Flowers on the Wall" gets a Billboard "Airpower" nod in moving from #21 to #19. The magazine's Hot Shot Debut honor goes to Jennifer Day's "What If It's Me," debuting at #70.

Other debuts are Wynonna's "Going Nowhere" at #71, SouthSixtyFive's "Love Bug (Bite Me)" at #72 and Chuck Wagon and the Wheels' "Beauty's in the Eye of the Beerholder" at #75.