Kacey Musgraves and Taylor Swift both saw their latest albums climb the Billboard Country Album chart thanks to their recent Grammy performances. "Same Trailer, Different Park" earned Kacey Musgraves a trophy for Best Country Album during the award show and also returned to the number one chart position this week. Taylor Swift, who demonstrated a highly emotional rendition of "All Too Well," also saw her critically acclaimed "Red" move up the chart released on Thursday, February 6, 2014.
After a two-week stint at number one, Jennifer Nettles drops to number two with "That Girl." Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, and Taylor Swift round out the top five albums of the week.
Legends Roseanne Cash and Garth Brooks hold the number six and seven positions, respectively. Blake Shelton remains at number eight, while Jason Aldean's "Night Train" climbs to number nine. Hunter Hayes, who debuted "Invisible" during the Grammy's, jumped one spot to number ten with his self-titled debut record.
The latest installment of "Now That's What I Call Country Ballads," "Fuse" by Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum's "Golden," "It Goes Like This" from Thomas Rhett, and "Uncaged" by the Zac Brown Band make up the top fifteen on this week's Billboard Country Album chart.