High atop Country Songs, Eric Church's second No. 1, "Springsteen," becomes his first to spend more than one week at the summit. The song posts a second-week surge in audience, adding 665,000 impressions to a weekly total of 38.6 million, according to Nielsen BDS.
Meanwhile, Gloriana and Kenny Chesney freshen up the radio chart's top 10. Group-turned-trio Gloriana celebrates its first top 10 in five tries as "(Kissed You) Good Night" shifts 11-9 in its 35th chart week.
The then-duo rose as high as No. 15 with debut single "Wild at Heart" three years ago. Meanwhile, "Good Night" bullets at No. 10 on Country Digital Songs (37,000 sold).
Chesney logs his 43rd top 10 on Country Songs with "Come Over," which has the fewest chart weeks - five - of any top 20 title. To find a song with fewer weeks, you'd need to look to No. 24, where Big & Rich's "That's Why I Pray" bullets in its fourth chart week. Released June 19, Chesney's new "Welcome to the Fishbowl" album will open on next week's retail charts.
TURNER RETURNS: South Carolina native Josh Turner collects his second-best rank on the Billboard 200 and his second top start on Country Albums with his fifth studio album, "Punching Bag," which moves in with 45,000 sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan. His first No. 1 arrival on the country list and previous best perch on the big chart (No. 2) came when "Your Man" bowed with 102,000 in February 2006.
The lead single from Turner's new album, "Time Is Love," reaches a new peak at No. 12 in its 25th week on Country Songs and nets the chart's biggest overall sales gain (up 8,000) on Country Digital Songs, where "Time" rises 22-12 with 31,000. (See the complete chart at Billboard.biz/charts). That chart continues to be dominated by Luke Bryan's summertime hit "Drunk on You," which sells 100,000 downloads in its 20th chart week and spends its fourth straight week at No. 1.