Carrie Underwood Makes History With 'Storyteller'

STEPHEN IERVOLINO

Carrie Underwood has quite the story to tell.

The seven-time Grammy winner's new album, "Storyteller," has debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Album chart, making Underwood the only artist in the chart's 51-year history to launch her first six albums at No. 1.

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Sony Music said "Storyteller" logged "pure" sales in excess of 164,000, according to Nielsen Music, as well as 177,000 equivalent album units -- a combination of traditional album sales, streaming equivalent sales, and track equivalent sales.

"Storyteller" was released Oct. 23 and has already produced the top-five country hit "Smoke Break," as well as the Sam Hunt duet "Heartbeat" and the most recent release, "Renegade Runaway."