Today in Madonna History: April 4, 2010

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On April 4 2010, Madonna’s Sticky & Sweet Tour entered the Billboard 200 chart at number ten, with first week sales of 28,000 according to Nielsen Soundscan. Sticky & Sweet Tour became Madonna’s 19th top-ten album on the Billboard 200, thus tying her with Bob Dylan for sixth place among acts with the most top 10s in the chart’s 54-year history, trailing The Rolling Stones (with 36), Frank Sinatra (33), The Beatles and Barbra Streisand (30) and Elvis Presley (27).

2 thoughts on “Today in Madonna History: April 4, 2010

  1. The Sticky/Sweet Tour was a triumph considering Madonna was in the midst of turmoil in her personal life. In a way, this tour was for the fans who welcomed the lady Ciccone back home!! So I listened and cried in kind-Key ballad-You Must Love Me. HAPPY EASTER MADONNA!

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