The country trio's second album, "Need You Now," went four-times platinum, spent four weeks at No. 1, became the second-biggest album of 2010 and earned five Grammys, not the least of which were song and record of the year. Third album "Own the Night" is closing in on double platinum, having topped the charts its first week out. That album also spawned the double-platinum "Just a Kiss," one of six chart-topping country hits for Lady Antebellum. In 2013, "Golden" topped the album chart, their third consecutive release to do so, spinning off the platinum single, "Downtown." And their latest album, "747," added to their string of hits with platinum "Bartender." Their tour hits town six days before the arrival of "Heart Break," an album that's already spawned another hit in "You Look Good."
Among the biggest-selling rock releases of the '70s, Boston's self-titled debut went 17-times-platinum while spinning off "More Than a Feeling," "Foreplay/Long Time" and "Peace of Mind." The hits kept coming two years later with a second, remarkably similar-sounding effort, the seven-times-platinum "Don't Look Back." Then, after spending eight years on the followup, they topped the charts again with the quadruple-platinum "Third Stage," which spawned their biggest, most annoying hit, "Amanda." Those early songs are great. "Amanda?" Not so much.
Bryce was drafted by the Washington Nationals in 2009, and made his big league debut in 2012, wasting almost zero time getting acclimated. In his first year, he had a batting average of .270 with 144 hits, 22 homers, 59 RBIs, and 98 runs scored in 139 games. Which earned him the honors of NL Rookie of the Year. Due to his popularity and the success he showed, these cards have become very popular. 2b1af7f3a8