Weekly Chart Report (11/16/2012)

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• November 16, 2012

For the third year, B100 teamed up with Martin's Supermarket selling Pink Light Bulbs in an effort to raise $6,800 for Susan G Komen for the Cure of Northern Indiana. Pictured (L-R): Deb Miles (B100 morning co-host), Barb LeVan (Martin's Supermarket), Madeline Catanzarite (B100 Sales Rep), and Sheri Miller Story (Northern, IN Susan G Komen Executive Director)

SPIN ZONE
Republic Nashville keeps the No. 1 spot this week on the MusicRow Chart with Greg Bates‘ “Did It For The Girl” succeeding last week’s chart-topper Florida Georgia Line‘s “Cruise,” now at No. 3. Written by Bates, Lynn Hutton and Rodney Clawson, ”Did It For The Girl” is Bates first single from his debut self-titled album and first No. 1. The chart’s top 10 didn’t allow any new entries this week; however, Rascal Flatts‘ “Come Wake Me Up” climbed up to the No. 2 spot. Likewise, Dierks Bentley‘s “Tip It On Back” also gained a spot to No. 4 and Kip Moore‘s “Beer Money” rounds out the top 5.

Big movers this week include Jason Aldean‘s “The Only Way I Know” jumping from No. 36 to No. 21 with 577 new spins. Leaping from No. 51 to No. 32 is Tim McGraw‘s “One Of Those Nights” gaining an additional 484 spins. Moving up from No. 28 to No. 20 with 426 new spins in its 3rd week on the chart is The Band Perry‘s “Better Dig Two.” Toby Keith‘s “Hope On The Rocks” adds another 394 spins climbing 18 spots to No. 40.

Making its debut this week, Kelly Clarkson‘s (with Vince Gill) “Don’t Rush” landed at No. 68. Other debuts include Vince Hatfield‘s “Sometimes You Gotta Get Away” (No. 78), Jana Kramer‘s “Whiskey” (No. 79) and Steve Holy‘s “Hauled Off And Kissed Me” (No. 80).

Frozen Playlists: KGKL, KMKS, KGMN, KXBZ, KYKX

Upcoming Singles
November 19
Dustin Lynch/She Cranks My Tractor/Broken Bow Records

November 26
Carrie Underwood/Two Black Cadillacs/Sony Nashville

December 3
Lee Brice/I Drive Your Truck/Curb
Jillian Kohr/What You’ve Done

Holiday Singles
Lorrie Morgan/Wrapped Up In Love/Octabrook Records
Craig Morrison/Santa Claus Boogie/Lucky 53s-GMV Nashville
Clinton Gregory/Peace On Earth Again/Melody Roundup Records
Kyle Park/Winter Wonderland

New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Kelly Clarkson w/ Vince Gill/Don’t Rush/19 Recordings-RCA Nashville – 68
Vince Hatfield/Sometimes You Gotta Get Away/Blue Moon – 78
Jana Kramer/Whiskey/WMN – 79
Steve Holy/Hauled Off And Kissed Me/Curb – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Tim McGraw/One Of Those Nights/Big Machine – 30
Toby Keith/Hope On The Rocks/Show Dog-Universal – 29
Jason Aldean/The Only Way I Know/Broken Bow – 22
Kelly Clarkson w/ Vince Gill/Don’t Rush/19 Recordings-RCA Nashville – 20
Carrie Underwood/Two Black Cadillacs/19-Arista Nashville – 16
George Strait/Give It All We Got/MCA – 15
Brantley Gilbert/More Than Miles/Valory – 14
Thompson Square/If I Didn’t Have You/Stoney Creek – 13
The Band Perry/Better Dig Two/Republic Nashville – 13

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Jason Aldean/The Only Way I Know/Broken Bow – 577
Tim McGraw/One Of Those Nights/Big Machine – 484
The Band Perry/Better Dig Two/Republic Nashville – 426
Toby Keith/Hope On The Rocks/Show Dog-Universal – 394
Zac Brown Band/Goodbye In Her Eyes/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 247

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Lizzie Sider/Butterfly/Blue Steel – 203
Michael Dean Church/Still Not Over You/MDC – 196
Hillbilly Vegas/Little Miss Rough And Tumble/Red Dirt Music Company – 193
Luke Pilgrim/Back Road Lullaby/MMG – 193
Brinn Black/That Should Have Been Us/SMG – 163

California native, Heidi Newfield, paid a visit to San Jose’s Rodeo Club for KRTY-FM. Pictured (L-R): Roger Fregoso (Sidewalk Records), Tina Ferguson (KRTY), Heidi Newfield, and Nate Deaton (KRTY GM/MD)

Kenny Chesney celebrated his CMA win for Musical Event of the Year with Tim McGraw with friends, as his new single “El Cerrito Place” climbs the charts. Pictured (L-R): Sheila Jeffries, Chesney and Jan Jeffries (Cumulus SVP Corporate/Programming)

Charlie Worsham visited with WZZK/Birmingham during the Southwest leg of his first radio tour. Pictured (L-R): Paul Orr, Summer Orr, Charlie Worsham, Jamie Boyd

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