Kenny Chesney Remains at No. 1 With ‘Come Over’
Kenny Chesney isn't quite ready to say goodbye to being the top dog. The singer locks in the No. 1 chart spot for the second consecutive week this week with his latest single, 'Come Over.'
The tune is the second release from Chesney's much talked about 13th studio album, 'Welcome to the Fishbowl,' which also spawned the Top 10 hit 'Feel Like a Rock Star,' featuring his tourmate and buddy Tim McGraw. Like many of his previous hits, 'Come Over' was quickly certified gold after its release for digital downloads exceeding 500,000 copies sold.
Behind Chesney and rounding out the rest of the Top 5 this week are Love and Theft with their current hit, 'Angel Eyes' at No. 2, Gloriana's '(Kissed You) Good Night' at No. 3, Blake Shelton's 'Over' at No. 4 and the Band Perry's 'Postcard From Paris' at No. 5 on Mediabase, while Little Big Town's 'Pontoon' locks in the No. 5 position on Billboard's chart.
'Come Over' has been one of the highlights to Chesney's summer Brothers of Sun Tour, which has been criss-crossing the country since its launch in June. This week, the trek continues with stops in Washington, D.C. and New Jersey. Click here to see a full list of the remaining dates left on the tour.