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Current Album: "A FEW QUESTIONS"
Current Single:"A Few Questions"




Billboard Online
BILLBOARD CHARTS


  • SINGLE: "A Few Questions" jumps up four positions from #21 to #17 for the week of August 2nd and has an AIRPOWER AWARD!---The following weeks chart for August 9th reports another notch from #17 to #16..
  • ALBUM: Not currently on charts.


SINGLES: NOTES:
  • "If You Ever Feel Like Lovin'Me Again" debuted the week of 07-14-01 at #50 and peaked at #29 the week of 10-27-01. And peaked at #49 the wekk of 07-21-01.
  • "Say No More" peaked at #35 the week of 04-28-01.
  • "Say No More", the first single off of the 7th album by the same name, debuted at #59 for the week of 02-24-01.
  • "The Chain of Love" was #19 on the Billboard Year End Countdown of 2000!
  • "Cowboy Christmas" debuted and peaked at #70 the week of 01-06-01.
  • "Blue Christmas" debuted at #67 the week of 12-25-00 and peaked at #53 the week of 01-06-01.
  • "Once In A Lifetime Love" peaked at #50 the week of 10-07-00.
  • "The Chain of Love" peaked at #41 on the Hot Airplay Chart the week of 05-20-00.
  • "The Chain of Love" peaked at #3 the weeks of 5/27, 6/3, 6/17 & 6/24/00.
  • "The Chain of Love" received the airpower award the week of 04-15-00.
  • "The Chain Of Love" debuted at #74 the week of 11/06/99.
  • "Live, Laugh, Love" peaked at #11 for the week of 01-22-00.
  • "Live, Laugh, Love" debuted at #70 for the week of 8/7/99.
  • "Once In A Lifetime Love" debuted at #74 for the week of 7/24/99 as a non-released single.
  • "She's Always Right" peaked at #16 the week of 6/19/99.
  • "This Woman & This Man" reached the #1 position for two straight weeks, 3/18/95 and 3/25/95.
  • "Who Needs You Baby" got as high as #2 on 11/25/95 and remained in the #2 spot for two weeks.
  • "Hypnotize The Moon" got as high as #2 the week of 4/13/96.
  • "Only On Days That End In Y" got as high as #5 the week of 8/17/96.
  • "Watch This" peaked at #4 the week of 11/19/97.
  • "Then What" peaked at #2 the week of 04/11/98.
  • "Holding Her & Loving You" debuted at #72 the week of 04/18/98 and peaked at #68 the week of 6-6-98.
  • "Ordinary People" debuted at #62 the week of 5/2/98.
  • "You're Beginning To Get To Me" debuted at #57 the week of 8-29-98.
  • "You're Beginning To Get To Me" peaked on the BB charts at #2 the week of 01-02-99!


ALBUMS: NOTES:
  • "Say No More" peaked at #14 for the week of 04-14-01.
  • "Live Laugh Love" was #33 on the Billboard Year End Album countdown of 2000!
  • The Live, Laugh Love album debuted and peaked at #5 for the week of 9-11-99!
  • TheGreatest Hits album debuted and peaked at #9 and was a Hot Shot Debut the week of 6/27/98.
  • Hypnotize The Moon peaked on the BB charts at #10 the week of 3/30/96.
  • Rumor Has It debuted and peaked at #4 the week of 4/26/97 and was #4 for two straight weeks.


BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS : NOTES:
  • Live Laugh Love debuted and peaked at #55 the week of 9-11-99!
  • The Greatest Hits debuted and peaked at #41 the week of 6-23-98 on the Top 200. It was the highest debuting country album that week and the 4th highest debuting album overall on the 200.
  • Rumor Has It peaked on the Billboard 200 Albums Charts at #32 in 1997.
  • Rumor Has It re-entered the Billboard Top 200 the week of 02/07/98 at #194.


BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES : NOTES:
  • "The Chain of Love" peaked at #48 the week of 05-20-00.
  • "The Chain of Love" debuted at #73 the week of 04-15-00.
  • "Then What" peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles at #65 the week of 05/09/98.
  • "Then What" debuted on this chart at #95 the week of 02/07/98.


BILLBOARD 100 SINGLE SALES: NOTES:
  • "Then What" peaked on the Billboard 100 Single Sales Chart at #45 the week of 04/25/98.


BILLBOARD COUNTRY SINGLES SALES: NOTES:
  • "Ordinary People" debuted on this chart on 6-6-98 at #25!
  • "Then What" peaked at #4 on the Billboard Country Single Sales Chart the week of 04/04/98.
  • "Then What" debuted on this chart at #8 the week of 01/31/98.





Crook & Chase Countdown
Crook & Chase Countdown

CROOK & CHASE COUNTDOWN


Not currently on the chart.

NOTES:
  • "The Chain of Love" peaked at #3 the weeks of 5/27 & 6/3/00.
  • "The Chain Of Love" debuted at #40 the week of 02-16-00.
  • "Live Laugh Love" peaked at #10 for the week of 01-19-00.
  • "Live Laugh Love" debuted at #31 for the week of 9-8-99.
  • "She's Always Right" peaked at #13 the week of 06-30-99.
  • "Then What" reached it's peak position the week on April 13, 1998 at #2 on the C&C Countdown.
  • "Then What" peaked at #2 on the C&C Countdown the week of 04/13/98.
  • "Watch This" debuted as a Breaker at #38.
  • "Watch This" peaked at #3 on the C&C Countdown the week of 12/01/97.





Gavin Online

GAVIN CHART


Not currently on charts.

NOTES:
  • "If You Ever Feel Like Lovin' Me Again" peaked at #24 the week of 11-07-01 on the Gavin Charts and it peaked at #21 the week of 11-02-01 on the G2 Charts.
  • "Say No More" peaked at #33 on the new G2 Gavin chart the week of 07/13/01.
  • "The Chain of Love" peaked at #1 the week of 6/9/00.
  • "The Chain of Love" debuted at #19 the week of 03-24-00.
  • "Live Laugh Love" peaked at #11 the week of 01-07-00.
  • "Live Laugh Love" debuted #19 for the week of 11/15/99.
  • "She's Always Right" peaked at #12 the week of 5-28-99.
  • "Then What" reached the #1 position on the Gavin Charts the week of 04/10/98.
  • "Watch This" peaked on the Gavin Charts at #4 the week of 11/14/97.





Radio & Records Country Chart

RADIO & RECORDS CHART


For the chart week of 8/02/03 "A Few Questions" leaps from #17 to #14!

NOTES:
  • "If You Ever Feel Like Lovin' Me Again" peaked at #25 the week of 11-02-01.
  • "The Chain of Love" was #12 on the R&R Top 100 of 2000.
  • "Live Laugh Love" was #72 on the R&R Top 100 of 2000.
  • "The Chain of Love" peaked at #3 the weeks of 5/19, 5/26, 6/9 and 6/16.
  • "The Chain of Love" debuted on this chart at #32 the week of 02-25-00.
  • "Live Laugh Love" peaked at #10 for the week of 01-14-00.
  • "Live Laugh Love" debuted on this chart at #50 for the week of 8-6-99.
  • "She's Always Right" peaked at #13 for the week of 6-25-99.
  • "You're Beginning To Get To Me" debuted at #48 the week of 8-21-98.
  • "Ordinary People" was a BREAKER the week of 5-29-98. and peaked at #25 the week of 7-3-98.
  • "Then What" reached it's peak on the R&R charts at #2 the week of 4/10/98.
  • "Watch This" peaked on the R&R charts at #3 the week of 11/21/97.





The Country Roughstock Countdown

THE COUNTRY ROUGHSTOCK COUNTDOWN



"A Few Questions" lands one position to #20 from #21 and has been on the chart for 9 weeks. (week of 07/19/03)


NOTES:
  • "If You Ever Feel Like Lovin' Me Again" debuted at #35 the week of 08-28-01 and peaked at #25 the week of 10-06-01.
  • "Say No More" peaked at #31 the week of 04-21-01.
  • "The Chain of Love" peaked at #1 the week of 6-10-00.
  • "The Chain of Love" debuted at #31 the week of 03-11-00 with the HIGHEST DEBUT of the WEEK!
  • "Live Laugh Love" peaked at #11 for the week of 12-25-99, 01-15-00 & 01-22-00.
  • "Live Laugh Love" debuted w/ the Highest Debut of the Week at #36 for the week of 9-11-99.
  • "She's Always Right" peaked at #12 for the week of 7-3-99.
  • "Ordinary People" debuted at #39 the week of 6-13-98 and peaked at #26 the week of 7-4-98.
  • "Then What" got as high as #3 on The Country Roughstock Charts the week of 04/04/98.
  • "Watch This" peaked on The Country Roughstock Charts at #3 the week of 11/30/97.





Jam Country Top 50 Albums

JAM! CANADIAN TOP 50 ALBUMS


"Live Laugh Love" is currently not on this chart.

NOTES:
  • Live Laugh Love debuted and peaked on this chart at # 17 the week ending 8/29/99.
  • The Greatest Hits album debuted and peaked on this chart at # 18 the week of 6/22/98.




(Clay with Bob Kingsley in ACC Interview)


AMERICAN COUNTRY COUNTDOWN
With Bob Kingsley

Not Currently on this chart.

NOTES:
  • "If You Ever Feel Like Lovin' Me Again" peaked at #27 the week of 11-03-01.
  • "The Chain of Love" peaked at #3 the weeks of 5/27, 6/3, 6/18 and 6/25.
  • "The Chain of Love debuted at #38 the week of 03-04-00.
  • In the 1999 Top 100 Countdown, "She's Always Right" came in at #72 and "You're Beginning To Get To Me" came in at #38.
  • "Live Laugh Love" peaked at #11 the week of 01-22-00.
  • In the 1999 Labor Day Top 40 Special Countdown, "Rumor Has It" was #22.
  • In the 1998 Top 100 Countdown, "Then What" came in at #31.
  • In the 1997 Top 100 Countdown, "Rumor Has It" came in at #9.
  • In the 1996 Top 100 Countdown, "Hypnotize The Moon" came in at #24, "Who Needs You Baby" came in at #32 and "Only On Days That End In 'Y'" came in at #65.
  • In the 1995 Top 100 Countdown, "This Woman And This Man" came in at #9.
  • In the 1994 Top 100 Countdown, "If I Could Make A Living" came in at #14, "Dreaming With My Eyes Open" came in at #10, and "Live Until I Die" came in at #6.
  • In the 1993 Top 100 Countdown, "What's It To You" came in at #2!!




THE BLUE CHIP COUNTRY CHARTS


ADULT CHART: "A Few Questions" maintains his position at #18 for the second week. (week of 7/14/03)

NOTES:
  • "If You Ever Feel Like Lovin' Me Again" peaked at #18 the week of 10-22-01 and debuted at #40 for 07/24/01.
  • "Say No More" peaked at #28 the week of 05-07-01.
  • "Live Laugh Love" was #14 on the Blue Chip Top 100 of 2000. It made this chart last year at #87!
  • "The Chain of Love" was #52 on the Blue Chip Top 100 of 2000.
  • "The Chain of Love" debuts on the Teen Chart the week of 04-10-00 at #19.
  • "The Chain of Love" peaked at #11 on the Teen Chart the week ending 05-15-00.
  • "The Chain of Love" peaked at #7 the week of 05-22-00 on the Adult chart.
  • "The Chain of Love" debuted on the Adult chart at #35 the week of 02-29-00.
  • "The Chain of Love" was voted "Blue Chip song of the week for the week of 02-29-00, the quote reads, "If all country singles could move the heart like this one, we could feel far more hopeful about the future of this format."
  • In the Best 100 of 1999, "She's Always Right" was #72 and "Live Laugh Love" was #87!
  • "Live Laugh Love" peaks at #8 on the teen chart the week of 01-10-00 & 01-24-00 & 01-31-00.
  • "Live Laugh Love" debuts at #18 for the week of 11-15-99 on the young country chart.
  • "Live Laugh Love" peaked at #3 for the week of 01-24-00 on the adult chart.
  • "Live Laugh Love" debuted and peaked on this chart at #36 the week of 9-14-99 on the adult chart.
  • "Live Laugh Love", the album, was the "Blue Chip Spotlight Album" the week of 09-07-99.





CMT's TOP 12 COUNTDOWN CHARTS





CMT USA-

Not on chart.

NOTES:
  • "The Chain of Love" debuts as a Hot Shot the week of 02-16-00.
  • "Live Laugh Love" peaked at #10 the week of 01-19-00.
  • "Live Laugh Love" debuted at #12 the week of 01-12-00.
  • "Live,Laugh,Love" became a Breakout video the week of 08-11-99.
  • "Live,Laugh,Love" debuted in the Delivery Room on Wednesday, 8/4/99 as a SNEAKPEAK!
  • "She's Always Right" peaked at #5 the week of 6-30-99.
  • "She's Always Right" debuted on the CMT USA Countdown at #12 the week of 5-26-99!
  • "She's Always Right" became a Breakout Video for the week of 5-19-99.
  • "She's Always Right" debuted in the Delivery Room on Wednesday, 03/24/99 as a WORLD PREMIERE!
  • "Who Needs You Baby" was the #1 video the week of 11/25/95.
  • "Rumor Has It" got as high as #2 the week of 3/26/97 and was #2 for two weeks.
  • "Then What" was the #1 video the week of 4/29/98.
  • "Then What" debuted on CMT's Delivery Room on Wednesday, 01/14/98 as a SNEAK PEAK!!. (Coincidently this was also his daughter, MaClay's 2nd birthday)!!

CMT EUROPEAN-
No longer on the air.

CMT PACIFIC RIM-

Note: Chart no longer available at Country.com.

NOTES:
  • "Live Laugh Love" debuted at #12 the week of 10-13-99.
  • "Live Laugh Love" debuted as a new video the week of 8/18/99.
  • "She's Always Right" debuted as a new video the week of 4-7-99.

CMT BRAZIL-

Note: Chart no longer available at Country.com.
NOTES:
  • "Live Laugh Love" peaked at #4 for the week of 10-13-99.
  • "Live Laugh Love" debuted on this chart at #11 the week of 9-8-99.

CMT LATIN AMERICA-

Not a chart that CMT is currently listing anymore as of 10-13-99.

NOTES:
  • "Live Laugh Love" debuted as a new video the week of 8/18/99 and was put into the Heavy Rotation.
  • "Then What" was the #1 video the week of 05-20-98.
  • "Then What" debuted on the Latin charts the week of 04/01/98 at #10 and was also a Breakout Video.
  • "Then What" was a Hot Shot on the Latin Charts the week of 03/18/98.

CMT CANADA-

Not on the charts as of 10-13-99. (Top 20 Countdown)

NOTES:
  • No Notes On Record For This Countdown.

CMT NOTES:
  • No videos were made for the following Clay Walker songs:
    • Once In A Lifetime Love
    • Only On Days That End In 'Y'
    • Bury The Shovel
    • Ordinary People
    • You're Beginning To Get To Me
  • "Live Laugh Love" was filmed on a video set in Nashville. Temperatures inside the studio/warehouse edged towards 100 degrees; so that was real sweat shining on the faces in the video!
  • "Then What" was filmed in Key West Florida in November 1997!





GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY
VIDEO COUNTDOWN


No video is currenty on this chart.

NOTES:
    "The Chain of Love" peaked at #5 the weeks of 4/14, 5/26 and 6/16.
  • "The Chain Of Love" debuted at #15 the week of 03-10-00.





GAC COUNTDOWN
According To Country Airplay Monitor


No video is currently on this chart.

NOTES:
  • "The Chain of Love" peaked at #2 the week of 04-30-00.




Keep checking back and I'll update as new info becomes available. Please email me with any news you have. Thanks and keep asking your local stations to PLAY MORE CLAY!!!



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