|Willie, Merle, Ray and Bon Jovi Make Chart Surges
There are no changes at the top of the Billboard charts this week, but you can see some bubbles rising. Last of the Breed, the roundly praised collection from Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and Ray Price, makes its entrance at No. 7 on the country albums chart. (However, it scores only an anemic No. 64 on the all-genre Billboard 200.)
Bon Jovi's "(You Want To) Make a Memory" checks in at No. 39 on the singles chart. And Tim McGraw powers his version of Eddie Rabbitt's 1979 hit, "Suspicions," back into contention at No. 56.
The remaining new albums are Ricky Skaggs & Bruce Hornsby (No. 37) and comedian Tim Wilson's But I Could Be Wrong (No. 61). Re-entering at No. 69 is Larry the Cable Guy's The Right to Bare Arms.
Completing the new songs list are Trent Tomlinson's "Just Might Have Her Radio On" (No. 52), Miranda Lambert's "Famous in a Small Town" (No. 54), Clay Walker's "Fall" (No. 59) and Halfway to Hazard's "Daisy" (No. 60). Returning to the mix at No. 57 is Little Texas' "The Missing Years."
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