thankful not any where near this so called reporter
NOW THIS IS WHAT YOU CALL A REAL STORY FROM A REAL REPORTER....
BUCKY COVINGTON DELIVERS THIRD CONSECUTIVE TOP 10 SINGLE
Covington is one of only three male country artists since 2005 to have three consecutive Top 10 singles from debut album
Nashville, TN- With his latest single "I'll Walk" leaping into the Top 10 on the Mediabase country chart this week, Bucky Covington becomes one of only three male country artists since 2005 including Josh Gracin and Jason Aldean - to have three consecutive top 10 singles from his debut album. Covington's previous singles "A Different World" and "It's Good To Be Us" peaked at 5 and 9 respectively on the Mediabase country chart.
At the same time Covington's single "I'll Walk" is tearing up the country radio charts, it's also shaping up to be his most reactive single yet. Not only does it frequently receive a standing ovation in his live shows, but digital track sales for "I'll Walk" are up 58% over the last ten weeks while album sales are up more than 50% over the same period. Covington's self-titled debut album has scanned more than 370k units to date and has remained on the Nielsen SoundScan Country Top 75 chart week for 79 weeks since its release in April 2007.
Bucky Covington's self-titled debut CD opened at 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart in April 2007 with the biggest first week sales for any debut country artist that year. He wrapped 2007 as Country Aircheck's 1 New Artist based on the strength of his top 5 first single "A Different World" and his most recent hit, "It's Good To Be Us." In addition to competing on the fifth season of "American Idol," Bucky's national television appearances have included Live with Regis and Kelly, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Good Morning America and Fox & Friends.
This guy needs to go back to school and learn how to be a reporter yikes. He doesn't even deserve to have bad feedback. So I am only stopping in to say you suck and bucky ROCKS!
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