Hunter Hayes notches his second No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart, and his first to debut atop the list, as "Storyline" bows with 69,000 sold, his best-ever Nielsen SoundScan week. Hayes adds a career-high rank on the Billboard 200, where his second full-length set starts at No. 3; his self-titled debut reached No. 7 last year.
With its first top 10 rank in six months, Keith Urban's "Fuse" rockets 21-6 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart following a May 1 performance of the set's "Good Thing" on Fox's "American Idol," where Urban is in his second season as a judge.
Five cast albums from ABC's "Nashville" dot Billboard's Top Country Albums chart, led by "Nashville: On the Record," which bows as the Hot Shot Debut at No. 2 with 18,000 sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Songs from the live set were featured in a special episode of the series on April 23, in which cast members were shown performing at iconic Nashville venues the Bluebird Café and Ryman Auditorium.