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Jennifer Nettles solo debut lands at number one on Billboard Country Album chart

Jennifer Nettles debuts at number one with solo album.
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While three of her albums with Sugarland debuted at number one in recent years, Jennifer Nettles has now notched her first chart-topping album as a solo artist. "That Girl" lands at number one for the chart week of February 1, 2014. Jennifer Nettles will embark on a tour in support of her debut release next month.

Roseanne Cash also makes an impressive entry as her critically acclaimed "The River and The Thread" debuts at number two.

"Up All Night" singer Jon Pardi recently wrapped an album release tour and results have been overwhelming positive. His record, "Write You A Song," rounds out the top three. Jon Pardi talks about his debut record in an interview here.

Last week's number one album by Florida Georgia Line falls to number four, while Luke Bryan claims the fifth position.

The remaining albums in the top ten are: "Blame It All On My Roots: Five Decades Of Influences" by Garth Brooks, "Cowboy Like Me' by Cody Johnson, Home Free's "Crazy Life," and the latest releases by Jason Aldean and Blake Shelton.

A new iTunes release by Florida Georgia Line debuts at number eleven, while "American Idol" judge Keith Urban climbs to number twelve with "Fuse."

The Zac Brown Band, Lady Antebellum, and Kacey Musgraves complete the top fifteen with their fan-favorite releases.