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Old Dominion Scores Second No. 1 On Top Country Albums Chart

Old Dominion earns its second No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart.

Old Dominion earns its second No. 1 on Billboard‘s Top Country Albums chart as its self-titled third LP — released on RCA Nashville/Sony Music Nashville — launches atop the Nov. 9-dated list with 31,000 equivalent album units, including 19,000 in album sales, according to Nielsen Music.

On the all-genre Billboard 200, the set starts at No. 9, awarding the group its second top 10.

Old Dominion is comprised of Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Whit Sellers, Geoff Sprung and Brad Tursi. The band produced the new album with Shane McAnally.


Old Dominion first led Top Country Albums with Happy Endings, which debuted atop the chart dated Sept. 16, 2017, with 41,000 units and 31,000 in album sales. (On the Billboard 200, the set reached No. 7.) The act’s first full-length, Meat and Candy, bowed at No. 5 on the Top Country Albums chart dated Nov. 28, 2015, and peaked at No. 3 the following March.

Old Dominion’s self- titled EP marked its first Top Country Albums entry, which started and peaked at No. 33 in October 2014.   

“One Man Band,” the first single from Old Dominion’s new album, climbs 7-5 on Country Airplay, up 9% to 34.4 million audience impressions in the week ending Nov. 3.

On Hot Country Songs, which is powered by airplay, streaming and sales data, the track holds at its No. 2 high, also drawing 10 million U.S. streams and 6,000 sold in the tracking week.