RANDY TRAVIS, KENNY ROGERS, BIG & RICH, RAY PRICE, CHARLEY PRIDE, THE KENTUCKY HEADHUNTERS AND JIMMY FORTUNE MAKE BILLBOARD’S ‘GREATEST OF ALL-TIME COUNTRY ALBUMS’ CHART
Billboard’s Greatest Of All-Time Country Albums
Webster PR clients are once again recognized for their trailblazing success in Billboard’s ‘Greatest of All-Time Country Albums’ chart. The full chart can be viewed on Billboard’s website here and listened to on Spotify.
“We’re thrilled our artists are getting the recognition they deserve! From Randy Travis to Big & Rich, these acts defined how to entertain and make music for decades to come,” said Webster Public Relations president Kirt Webster.
Billboard’s list includes current and deceased Webster PR clients:
No. 5 – Always & Forever – Randy Travis
No. 17 – Storms of Life – Randy Travis
No. 25 – The Gambler – Kenny Rogers
No. 36 – For The Good Times – Ray Price
No. 43 – The Best of Charley Pride – Charley Pride
No. 45 – Kenny Rogers’ Greatest Hits – Kenny Rogers
No. 47 – Old 8 x 10 – Randy Travis
No. 75 – Kenny – Kenny Rogers
No. 90 – Pickin’ On Nashville – The Kentucky Headhunters
No. 92 – The Best of the Statler Brothers – Jimmy Fortune
No. 94 – Horse of a Different Color – Big & Rich
According to Billboard, the Greatest of All-Time Country Albums are based on weekly performance on Top Country Albums (from its Jan. 11, 1964 inception through June 4, 2016). Titles are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at lower spots earning the least. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, eras are weighted differently to account for chart turnover rates over various periods.
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