KEITH SETS DEBUT MARK

Keith Urban’s just-released single, “Once in a Lifetime,” made chart history by debuting at No. 17 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

According to Billboard, it becomes the highest debuting single in the history of the trade publication’s chart. The previous record holders were Eddie Rabbitt’s “Every Which Way but Loose” in 1978 and the 2005 Garth Brooks single “Good Ride Cowboy,” which both debuted at No. 18.

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