Amid Controversy, Sales of 'Duck Dynasty' Christmas Album Are Booming Deadline
“Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas” sold 132,000 units during the week, the story notes, citing data from Nielsen SoundScan. That 22% boost came during the first full week since “Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson was suspended after making anti-gay comments in a GQ magazine article.
“The holiday album, from Capitol Nashville and which streeted October 29, is No. 4 on the current chart, behind only Beyonce’s new album, Garth Brooks and One Direction,” the story notes.