Pistol Annies' Interstate Gospel (RCA Nashville/Sony Music Nashville) drives onto Streets Talkin's Top Country Albums chart (dated Nov. 17) at No. 1, marking the supergroup's second chief. The set begins with 30,000 equal album items earned (27,000 in conventional album gross sales) in its first week, ending Nov. eight, in keeping with Nielsen Music.
Gospel concurrently enters because the act's first No. 1 on the Americana/Folk Albums chart. On the all-genre Streets Talkin 200, the album bows at No. 15.
The 14-track Gospel is the third studio album from the trio of singer-songwriters Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley. It was produced by Frank Liddell, Glenn Worf and Eric Masse.
Gospel marks the primary set from the group in over 5 years, since Annie Up, which arrived and peaked at No. 2 on the Top Country Albums chart dated May 25, 2013; its arrival with 83,000 copies bought stays Pistol Annies' greatest gross sales week thus far. The threesome's first LP, Hell on Heels, grew to become its first Top Country Albums No. 1, because it debuted atop the Sept. 10, 2011-dated survey (with 44,000 copies bought).
As soloists, Lambert boasts six Top Country Albums No. 1s (encompassing her total output on the chart), Monroe has notched two prime 10s and Presley reached the highest 30 with American Middle Class in 2014.
GRAND SLAM FOR COMBS: Luke Combs' "She Got the Best of Me" (River House/Columbia Nashville) turns into the primary four-week Country Airplay No. 1 of 2018, whereas extending his longest reign on the survey. The track holds within the penthouse with 42.9 million viewers impressions, down 5 p.c, within the week ending Nov. 11.
Combs first reached No. 1 along with his debut hit, "Hurricane," which led for 2 weeks beginning on the chart dated May 27, 2017. He adopted with "When It Rains It Pours," which additionally dominated for 2 frames, starting Nov. four, 2017, and "One Number Away," which led June 9, 2018.
"Best" turns into the longest-leading Country Airplay No. 1 since Dustin Lynch's "Small Town Boy," the one track to dominate the checklist for 4 weeks in 2017. "Boy" started its No. 1 run atop the chart dated Sept. 16 final 12 months.
The final track to manage Country Airplay for greater than 4 weeks? Thomas Rhett's "Die a Happy Man," for six weeks, starting Jan. 2, 2016. Since the chart launched in January 1990, two songs share the document for the longest keep at No. 1: eight weeks every for Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffet's "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," in 2003, and Lonestar's "Amazed," in 1999.
NEW TOP 10s: Kip Moore's "Last Shot" (MCA Nashville) turns into his fifth Country Airplay prime 10 because it will increase by 5 p.c to 20.7 million impressions in its 46th week and pushes 13-9. "Shot" is Moore's first prime 10 since "More Girls Like You," which peaked at No. four in November 2017. Moore's sum of 5 prime 10s contains his lone chief thus far, "Somethin' 'Bout a Truck," in 2012.
Plus, Blake Shelton earns his 31st Country Airplay prime 10 as "Turnin' Me On" (Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville) lifts 11-10 (20.6 million, up 1 p.c).
Shelton retains in ninth place for probably the most prime 10s amongst solo males within the Country Airplay chart's historical past and ties Rascal Flatts for the 11th-best whole amongst all artists. George Strait leads all acts with 61 prime 10s.