Lady A Holds at No. 1, Zac Brown Builds on ‘Foundation’
Lady Antebellum's 'Need You Now' hangs on to the top spot on the Billboard Country Albums chart, making it eight big weeks for the trio in that position. They're also No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for the second consecutive week, with another 93,000 copies sold.
Elsewhere on the country album chart, the Zac Brown Band gained some ground, experiencing a seven percent increase in sales and climbing to the No. 2 spot for the week with 'The Foundation.' It's the only album in the Top 10 to show an upsurge. The disc is now in its 70th week on the survey.
The only debut among the Top 20 this week is at No. 19 -- Brantley Gilbert's 'Halfway to Heaven,' with 4,800 copies sold, edging out Tim McGraw's 'Southern Voice.' Brantley is the writer of 'The Best of Me,' recorded by Jason Aldean.