Kenny Chesney just keeps cranking them out. And apparently, you’re all still buying, as the 45-year-old country-rocker’s 16th album — his third to be released in three years — is just his latest to hit #1 on the Billboard 200. The set sold 153,000 copies in its opening week, enough to bump Michael Buble‘s lastest round of standards, To Be Loved (96,000), down to #2.
Fellow country act Randy Rogers Band sees their sixth album Trouble enter the Top 10 at #9, with a much more modest (than Chesney) 26,000 copies sold. Other than that, it’s a slow week in the Top 10 that sees older faves like Macklemore & Ryan Lewis‘ The Heist, Bruno Mars‘ Unorthodox Jukebox and Imagine Dragons‘ Night Visions return to the upper tier of the chart.