TRACE OUTDOES HIMSELF

Trace Adkins' new album Comin’ On Strong is definitely appropriately named, having posted the strongest sales numbers of his career in the week following its Dec. 2 release. Trace sold more than 62,000 copies, notching the best first-week sales he’s had for any album in his career, including his previous best, Greatest Hits, Volume 1. That CD was released in July of this year and sold 56,000 copies it's first week. Not a bad year for the big guy! 

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