Charley Crockett Has Best Sales Week To Date With Latest Album ‘The Man From Waco’

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Brooks Burris

Charley Crockett has done it again.

Crockett’s sweet mix of country music, soul, and western swing, along with his unique backstory of being a homeless street performer, has turned him into one of the top faces in the independent country music scene.

With 12 studio album’s to his name in only seven short years, Crockett has become one of the busiest guys in the music scene in general, and further proved that with his recent release of his The Man From Waco album.

And needless to say, he’s reaping the benefits of his hard work, as The Man From Waco has delivered his best album sales week to date, and reaching his highest peak on the Billboard charts position across 12 different charts.

The album marks his first appearance on the Billboard 200 chart, number one on the Americana/Folk Album Sales, number two on the Current Country Album Sales, number three on Heatseekers, and number 20 on Country Albums.

Crockett also entered the top 20 on the Billboard/BDS National Airplay chart with his lead single “I’m Just A Clown.” The song has also spent its sixth straight week at number one on the Americana radio singles chart, with The Man From Waco sitting at number one on the Americana albums chart for the third straight week.

He also has a busy rest of 2022, as he’s set to open for Willie Nelson at Central Park SummerStage in New York City tonight, and has a headlining European/United Kingdom tour coming up in October.

He’ll also kickstart his U.S. headlining tour on November 12th in Helotes, Texas.

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A beer bottle on a dock