Loretta Lynn logs her 42nd top 10 on Billboard‘s Top Country Albums chart, as Still Woman Enough arrives at No. 9 on the ranking dated April 3. The LP starts with 11,000 equivalent album units (10,000 from album sales) in the week ending March 25, according to MRC Data, following its March 19 release.
In the chart’s 57-year history, only Willie Nelson (53) and Dolly Parton (46) have notched more top 10s.
The 13-song set, which concurrently launches at No. 5 — a career best for Lynn — on Top Album Sales, was produced by Lynn’s daughter Patsy Lynn Russell and John Carter Cash, the son of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash. A mix of new songs and updated versions of previously recorded tracks, it includes collaborations with Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood on the title track, Margo Price (“One’s on the Way”) and Tanya Tucker (“You Ain’t Woman Enough”).
Lynn last reached the Top Country Albums top 10 with Wouldn’t It Be Great, which debuted and peaked at No. 8 in October 2018.