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On the Charts - Billboard Country Singles and Albums

Top 10 Country Singles
We have a new No. 1 with Kenny Chesney's "Living in Fast Forward." Josh Turner's "Your Man" drops to No. 2, followed by Rascal Flatts' "What Hurts the Most" at No. 3, which moves up one from last week. Also moving up one is Keith Urban's "Tonight I Wanna Cry". Brad Paisley and Dolly Parton's "When I Get Where I'm Going" drops from No. 2 to No. 5 this week. Montgomery Gentry move up one with "She Don't Tell Me To," while Carrie Underwood's "Jesus, Take The Wheel" drops one to No.

7. Bon Jovi along with Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles' song "Who Says You Can't Go Home" moves up three spots to No. 8. Blake Shelton moves up one to No. 9 with "Nobody But Me," and Toby Keith drops two to No. 10 with "Get Drunk and Be Somebody." I expect Kenny Chesney to remain at the top for another week.

Moving Up at the Speed of Light
Billy Currington is screaming up the charts, moving up 12 from last week, with "Why, Why, Why." The song moves from No. 54 to No. 42. RCA Nashville's new artist, Jake Owen debuted last week at No. 60 with "Yee Haw," and this week the song moves up nine spots to No. 51. Tied for the third spot in the fastest moving songs is Gretchen Wilson's "Politically Uncorrect," which features Merle Haggard. The song moves from No. 39 to No. 32 this week. Josh Gracin's "Favorite State Of Mind" also moves up seven, from No. 56 to No. 49.

The Latest Tunes To Hit The Air Waves
Tim McGraw releases his first single from his upcoming Greatest Hits Vol. 2 cd, called "When The Stars Go Blue." The song debuts at No.

35. Broken Bow's new female star, Megan Mullins releases her debut single, "Ain't What It Used To Be," which breaks at No. 52. Another of Tim McGraw's new songs, "I've Got Friends That Do," charts this week at No. 56. Danielle Peck's "Findin' A Good Man" comes in at No. 58.

Top 10 Country Album Charts
Alan Jackson's gospel album, Precious Memories, debuts at No. 1. Johnny Cash's The Legend Of Johnny Cash moves up one to No. 2, moving Carrie Underwood to No. 3 with Some Hearts. The Walk the Line soundtrack picks up from the Oscar broadcast, moving up seven spots to No. 4 this week. Josh Turner's Your Man. drops three to No. 5, while Rascal Flatts' Feels Like Today drops two to No. 6, Trace Adkins' Songs About Me drops two to No. 7, Keith Urban's Be Here drops two to No. 8, and the Totally Country 5 compilation drops two to No. 9. Kenny Chesney's The Road & The Radio stays right where it is at No. 10 this week.

Whats New on the Album Charts This Week?
Other than Alan Jackson's Precious Memories, which tops the chart, Hank Williams III releases Straight to Hell, which debuts at No. 17, and Shannon Brown releases Corn Fed, which debuts at No. 34. Jessi Colter's Out of the Ashes debuts at No. 61, and the Ray Stevens Box Set debuts at No. 62.

NOTE: All chart rankings are based on the song or album's position on the Billboard Hot Country Singles Chart or Billboard Country Albums Chart for March 18, 2006.

Singles are linked to a page where you can download the song. Albums are linked to buying information, should you wish to purchase the album.

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