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Average Joes Celebrates Two Consecutive Top 5 Billboard Album Debuts

Average Joes Celebrates Two Consecutive Top 5 Billboard Album Debuts

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) For two consecutive weeks, Nashville-based independent record label, Average Joes Entertainment, has notched a top 5 entry on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. Montgomery Gentry's "Here's To You," debuted at #2 on February 13, followed by Sister Hazel's "Water" which debuted at #4 on February 20.

"It is an honor and a privilege for the entire team at Average Joes to bring this music to market. These artists continue to inspire us and delight their fanbases with their creative vision. We can't wait to share what's next," said Nathan Thompson, Senior Director of Development and Marketing for the company.






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