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Carrie's move into the top spot on both charts means Jason Aldean's "Take a Little Ride" begins its descent from the No. 1 position. Dustin Lynch remains at No. 2 with "Cowboys and Angels" according to Mediabase, and he's at No. 3 with that hit on the Billboard countdown. Lee Brice is closing in on another No. 1 hit, with "Hard to Love" at Billboard's No. 2 spot. He's currently No. 4 on the Mediabase chart. The strongest mover within the Top 10 on both charts is Luke Bryan's "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye."
Little Big Town continues to pick up speed with "Tornado," moving for 44 to 37 on the Mediabase chart and 41 to 32 on Billboard in just three weeks. Newcomer Florida Georgia Line ("Cruise"), meanwhile, inches closer to scoring their first Top 10 hit.
Carrie Underwood, whose Blown Away album has topped charts in the US and Canada, and reached Australia's Top 5, continues the Blown Away tour. She'll be at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday (Oct. 16) and has two more shows in California this week. Keep track of her tour dates here.
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