Still riding the wave of winning three CMA Awards earlier this month, Chris Stapleton remains No. 1 on the overall album sales chart with Traveller. He moved a combined 123.5K units (97K album only) to retain his position for the second week. Just behind him on the overall chart is Eric Church’s Mr. Misunderstood, with a combined 65K units (58K album only).
Tim McGraw’s Damn Country Music enters the overall chart at No. 5 with a combined 43K units. He lands at No. 3 on the country chart with 39K albums sold. Carrie Underwood’s Storyteller is No. 9 on the overall chart with a combined 33K units, as well as No. 4 on the country chart with 27K albums sold.
After grabbing a No. 1 hit with “Break Up With Him,” Old Dominion enters the country album chart at No. 5 with Meat and Candy (20.5 K). In addition, Josh Abbott Band’s Front Row Seat debuts at No. 9 (13K).
Stapleton is also No. 1 on the country digital single chart with “Tennessee Whiskey,” ringing in 118K singles this week. Thomas Rhett’s “Die a Happy Man” lands at No. 2 (58K), followed by Sam Hunt’s “Break Up in a Small Town” (No. 3, 35K), Little Big Town’s “Girl Crush” (No. 4, 33K), and Luke Bryan’s “Strip It Down (No. 5, 30K).
Cam’s “Burning House” holds steady at No. 6 (29K), while Joey + Rory’s poignant “When I’m Gone” rises to No. 7 (27K), in response to singer Joey Lee Feek’s terminal illness. Stapleton’s “Traveller” (26K), Underwood’s “Smoke Break” (23K) and Church’s “Mr. Misunderstood” (22.5 K) complete the Top 10.
Info according to Nielsen Soundscan
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