The Zac Brown Band’s new Jekyll + Hyde album debuted atop Billboard magazine’s Top 200 album sales chart, selling over 225,000 copies its first week in stores. It became the band’s third number one album on the Billboard 200, following 2010’s You Get What You Give and 2012’s Uncaged.
Zac and the gang also landed at number one on Billboard’s Artist 100 chart, which measures artist activity blending Billboard’s most influential charts for album sales, airplay and social media fan interaction. The group dethroned Taylor Swift, who logged a record 24 weeks atop the Artist 100.
Meanwhile, the band is launching its own line of sterling silver and bronze guitar pick pendants through a deal with the William Henry pocket knife and men’s accessories company. All proceeds from the pendants, which range in suggested retail price from $200 to $1,500, will benefit Camp Southern Ground.