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No more than two years later, he's back on top again with no No. 1 Billboard Country Album Chart debut of his second release, Charleston, SC 1966. In as little as one week the record has sold over 100,000 units-- naming Rucker the 4th country artist this year to debut with over 100,000 first week sales along with Lady Antebellum, Kenny Chesney and the Zac Brown Band. Darryl Worley came to your Hoedown using a bandage on his top of the head. Apparently, the day before he sang at a concert in Montana when a gust of wind sent a road cast flying across takes place. The road cast hit his mic stand and it fell on Worley's top. However, he came to the Hoedown and performed anyway. He even got extra to be able to meet enthusiasts and pose for a photo. Local favorite Karen Newman began to the Hoedown to carry out the national anthem and her new single "How Far We've Come". Fans can count on up close stories including Brad Paisley, and Jason Aldean. Aldean will rock out his hit "She's Country".