Not much happening chartwise this week.
New music? Just one album and two songs peek through the
The eponymous One Arm Train EP enters the albums ranking at No. 74, while Rachel Farley’s “Ain’t Easy”
and Sheryl Crow‘s “Easy” climb aboard the songs list at No. 55 and No.
Returning to battle are ‘s Sunshine Boy: The Unheard Studio Sessions Demos: 1971-1972
(No. 54), Rodney Atkins‘ Take a Back Road (No. 66), Jake
Owen‘s Endless Summer EP (No. 73) and the self-titled Thomas
Rhett (No. 75).
Making a comeback as well is the Zac Brown
Band single “Jump Right In,” which resurfaces at No. 54.
Trailing “One of Those Nights” in the Top 5 songs parade
are The Band Perry‘s “Better
Dig Two” (last week’s No. 1), Swift’s “Begin Again,” Little
Big Town‘s “Tornado” and Dierks
Bentley‘s “Tip It on Back,” in that order.
The radio programmers and disc jockeys who have been in Nashville this week for
Country Radio Seminar have been deluged with new music. You’ll be hearing some of it soon. So take heart. The charts will
soon seethe and bubble again.