In its first week, Sally Anthony's latest album, GOODBYE, quickly shot to the Top 10 of the Billboard Heatseekers Chart, landing at number 9 and staying on the chart for 4 consecutive weeks. GOODBYE also landed at number 16 on the iTunes chart of best-selling pop albums and has sold over 20,000 copies since its’ release.
The title track single “Goodbye” has already sold 15,000 digital copies, reaching the Top 100 on the iTunes Pop Chart, and Top 10 at retailers Walmart.com and FYE Digital (where it climbed to 2 behind Rihanna’s smash “Umbrella”). The HOT track, which has been called “The Female National Anthem” by Anthony’s legion of female fans track also spent 3 weeks on the R&R CHR/Pop Top 40 Chart.
The album's 2nd single "So Long" is currently being played on over 125 radio stations across the country and has spent 2 weeks on the R&R CHR/Pop Top 40 Chart. In addition, the video for the single has received over 100,000 views and mass critical praise for Anthony’s harsh portrayal of the Bush administration and the last 8 years. The video has also subjected Anthony to multiple death threats.