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Josh Turner Is “All Over” It at No. 1

Josh Turner photo courtesy of UMG Nashville.

Summer officially segued into fall a few weeks ago, but a song Josh Turner put out to take advantage of the last season just peaked at No. 1.

“All Over Me” is bathed in string bikinis, suntan oil and riverside romance, and it hit the top of both the Billboard and Country Aircheck charts this week. It follows “Why Don’t We Just Dance” to the pinnacle of the weekly lists. According to Billboard, Josh joins the Zac Brown Band, Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, Billy Currington and Lady Antebellum as the only acts to have two No. 1 singles thus far in 2010.

“Having ‘All Over Me’ go No. 1 is a big deal to me,” Josh says. “I’m so thrilled, but I haven’t really figured out a way to celebrate just yet. With two little boys at home and another one on the way, it is pretty crazy around our house right now.”

Josh may not have figured out his party plans, but he has figured out the next single. On Wednesday, MCA released “I Wouldn’t Be A Man” to radio stations. The song was originally a hit for Don Williams in 1987. The single couldn’t be timed much better — Don is officially inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Oct. 24.


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