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Lionel Richie Is The New Top Expert

Lionel Richie is the new top expert on Billboard Top 200 Collections as Tuskegee only falls from 2 to 4. Meanwhile, Madonna places a new history for the greatest purchase fall for a variety 1 history since the starting of the Soundscan Era (1991) pushing MDNA from 1 to 8.

Dr. Bob has his best displaying on the data in 39 decades with Fixed Up which debuts at variety 33. The before the New Orleans star was that great on the catalog charts was in 1973 when In the Right Position created it to 24.

Also starting big is Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson whose TAAB2: Wide as a Stone 2 premiers at 55. Neither Tull or Anderson as a single act has been that great on the history catalog charts in 25 decades, since Crest of a Knave hit 32 later.

As we already revealed previously in the several weeks time, Madonna has obtained her history 42nd variety 1 on the Dancing Club/Play data with Lady Gone Outrageous. It was just two several weeks ago that she had her 41st with Give Me All Your Luvin'.

Finally, we're presenting a new function in our regular evaluation of expert artisan efficiency on the United states catalog charts, the Veteran Specialist Index. Each week we will be assessing the masters on the Top 200 Collections and determining each history factors according to their place, 200 for variety 1 to 1 for variety 200. The complete will be the catalog variety for the several weeks time.
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Jennifer nettles

Jennifer Nettles, of reigning CMA Vocal Group of the Year Sugarland, hosts "CMA Country Christmas" with music, memories and stories of the season from some of the format's biggest stars, airing MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29 (9:30-11:00 p.m. ET) on the ABC Television Network. Kellie Pickler has been added to the list of performers, which includes Sheryl Crow, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Reba, LeAnn Rimes, Darius Rucker and Sugarland performing and sharing with fans their holiday traditions.

Sugarland, essentially the power pairing of Georgia peach Nettles and her songwriting partner/multi-instrumentalist/comedic foil Kristian Bush, likes to continually stretch the boundaries of the generic genre known as classic country. And they do so with The Incredible Machine, an explosive exhibition filled with pump-your-fist anthems, power-to-the-people pop and glory-be inspiration. 

Country Music has a long been a part of holiday traditions, from Brenda Lee's "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" to Gene Autry's "Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer" and the Elvis classic, "Blue Christmas." "The themes you find in Country Music are the foundation of what makes the holidays meaningful - the comfort of home, family and friends," Moore said. "'CMA Country Christmas' will be wrapped in those traditions."

With 11 sweeping songs co-written by Nettles and Bush (at right), who also co-produced it with Byron Gallimore, The Incredible Machine is a big record meant to be played before bigger audiences. And Nettles doesn't hesitate to state that Sugarland plans to take the country by storm. Not the genre, mind you, but the Rhythm Nation that likes their messages sent in simple terms with thumping beats, stirring guitars and soaring vocals. Trying to reach a broader audience is their ultimate goal as emerging artists such as Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood and Lady Antebellum wrestle for a piece of the fountain-of-youth market. But keeping traditional country listeners, including grandma, is also important to Sugarland.
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