Lady Antebellum's new album Golden entered the Billboard country charts at #1 this week.
The group's previous three outings (four if you include their Christmas album On This Winter's Night) have all rung up to platinum sales (that includes the Christmas album).
Golden is a polished, lachrymose effort from the group that, unless I've completely misread the zeitgeist, will do nothing to allay the fears of the band's doubters.
The radio will eat up like the ear candy it is.
What did I think? Check out my review of Lady Antebellum's Golden.
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Persistence doesn't pay off for Brad Paisley, who's quick with the pickup lines in one of his funniest songs, "Me Neither."
However the tune wasn't rejected by the listening public; they helped "Me Neither" break the country singles top 20 in 2000.
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Kenny Chesney's Life on a Rock made a #1 debut on the country music charts this week.
That's no surprise for a mega-selling country artist.
But the impressive debut made by the Randy Rogers Band is.
Read all about it on this week's country music charts.
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Conway Twitty is a two-timin' son-of-a-gun in "(Lying Here With) Linda on My Mind."
The cheating song takes place in the mind of a married man consumed by thoughts of his wife's best friend.
Is it just me, or is this not going to turn out pretty?
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