The latest batch of artists whose albums and singles have been certified by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) proving that country music is alive and well.

Sugarland scored a triple-platinum certification, for three million copies sold of their 2006 album, 'Enjoy the Ride,' while both Lady Antebellum and the Zac Brown Band received their first double-platinum certifications (two million) with their albums, 'Need You Now' and 'The Foundation,' respectively.

Joining the ranks of Jay-Z, Train and Alicia Keys, Lady Antebellum earned triple-platinum status in digital downloads (three million downloads) for their hit single, 'Need You Now.'

And Brad Paisley's 2005 single, 'She's Everything' went platinum, while Kenny Chesney's singles 'Never Wanted Nothing More' and 'Out Last Night' both went gold (for 500,000 downloads).

All of the newly-certified country acts except Kenny will be appearing at the upcoming CMA Music Fest, held June 10-13 in Nashville, Tenn. Tickets are available here.

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