Bowing on the country album chart at No. 4 this week is Hank Williams Jr., whose Old School, New Rules sold 25,000 copies. Kenny Chesney, who topped the country chart last week, sold 31,000 copies of Welcome to the Fishbowl this week, landing at No. 2 on the country chart and No. 10 on the Billboard 200. Luke Bryan's Tailgates and Tanlines remains strong, sitting at No. 3 again this week, with Eric Church's Chief once again at the No. 5 position.
Little Big Town's hot summer tune, "Pontoon" floats another week at No. 1 on the Top Country Digital Singles chart. It's the lead single from the quartet's Tornado, which will be released on Sept. 11. While Luke Bryan's "Drunk on You" (No. 2), Kenny Chesney's "Come Over" (No. 3) and Eric Church's "Springsteen" decreased in sales compared to last week's numbers, Hunter Hayes' "Wanted" (No. 4) and Love and Theft's "Angel Eyes" (No. 6) both moved up this week.
The hotly-anticipated album from Love and Theft will be in stores next week. (Listen to "Real Good Sign," a track from the new collection, here.)