After a six-month run at No. 1, Lady Antebellum's double-platinum disc, 'Need You Now,' has been sentenced to the No. 2 spot by 'Judge Jerrod and the Hung Jury,' the debut disc from Jerrod Neimann.

According to Nielsen Soundscan, Jerrod's album sold 34,000 copies in its first week, landing at No. 7 on the multi-genre Billboard 200, just behind Sting's 'Symphonicities' on that chart. Lady A, who have the top-selling album of the year in all genres, moved another 27,000 units during the week, with the Zac Brown Band ('The Foundation'), Miranda Lambert ('Revolution') and Carrie Underwood ('Play On') rounding out country's Top 5.

Jaron and the Long Road to Love holds steady at No. 1 on the Top Country Digital Tracks chart with 'Pray for You,' followed by Carrie's 'Undo It,' Jerrod's 'Lover, Lover,' Lady A's 'Need You Now' (which is just shy of racking up a four million downloads) and ZBB's 'Free.'

Tunes to watch out for in the coming weeks include Darius Rucker's 'Come Back Song,' which debuts at No. 10, and the hot new single from Reba McEntire, 'Turn on the Radio,' which will be available for download beginning August 3.