Weekly Chart Report (11/2/12)

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• November 2, 2012

Tim McGraw visits with Clear Channel Media and Entertainment’s Boxer, who was attending Premiere Networks’ 21st annual CMA Awards Radio Remote Broadcast in Nashville

SPIN ZONE
Little Big Town’s “Pontoon” may have made a splash at the CMA Awards last night (11/1), but it’s Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise” that floats to the MusicRow Chart’s No. 1 spot at the end of the week. Looking back over the chart’s history, “Cruise” is the fastest rising debut to hit No. 1 since Darius Rucker went solo in 2008 and took “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It” to the top in 18 weeks. Major kudos, all around.

Following in the wake of “Pontoon,” Little Big Town’s “Tornado” looks to be carving out a path of its own at No. 16. Also looking very strong is “I Can Take It From There,” the latest from Chris Young, which moves 45-34 after a gain of 282 spins.

Lisa Torres stopped into the KSMA/98.7 Kiss Country Studios in Mason City, Iowa to sing a few songs and hangout with morning personality J. Brooks.

Bookending the MusicRow Chart at No. 80 is another entry from the gang at Big Machine Label Group: “Telescope,” the first single from ABC’s Nashville and first chart appearance of Hayden Panettiere. BMLG label mates The Band Perry scored the week’s biggest debut with “Better Dig Two,” landing at No. 55, followed by the CMA Awards-opening “The Only Way I Know” by Jason Aldean (with Luke Bryan and Eric Church) at No. 66.

Frozen Playlists: KITX, KMKS, KYKX, KZZY, WKWS, WXXK, WWBE

Upcoming Singles
November 5
Jana Kramer/Whiskey/Elektra Nashville-W.A.R.
Livewire/Lies/Way Out West
Love and Theft/Runnin’ Out Of Air/RCA

November 8
Matt Farris/Redneck Radio/Skytone

November 12
Amy Rose/I Just Want You to Know/Wild Rose

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
The Band Perry/Better Dig Two/Republic Nashville – 55
Jason Aldean/The Only Way I Know/Broken Bow — 66
George Strait/Give It All We Got/MCA – 68
Thompson Square/If I Didn’t Have You/Stoney Creek – 70
Tim McGraw/One Of Those Nights/Big Machine – 75
Jerrod Niemann/Only God Could Love You More/Sea Gayle-Arista Nashville – 78
Hayden Panettiere/Telescope/BMLG – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
The Band Perry/Better Dig Two/Republic Nashville – 36
George Strait/Give It All We Got/MCA – 23
Tim McGraw/One Of Those Nights/Big Machine – 21
Chris Young/I Can Take It From There/RCA Nashville – 16
Hunter Hayes/Somebody’s Heartbreak/Atlantic-WMN – 16
Jason Aldean/The Only Way I Know /Broken Bow – 15
Brantley Gilbert/More Than Miles/Valory – 13
Hayden Panettiere/Telescope/BMLG – 11
Thompson Square/If I Didn’t Have You/Stoney Creek – 11
Toby Keith/Hope On The Rocks/Show Dog-Universal – 10

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
The Band Perry/Better Dig Two/Republic Nashville – 458
George Strait/Give It All We Got/MCA – 318
Chris Young/I Can Take It From There/RCA Nashville – 282
Zac Brown Band/Goodbye In Her Eyes/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 276
Tim McGraw/One Of Those Nights/Big Machine – 258

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
John Karl / Redneck Rich — 236
Lucky Ned Pepper/I Remember The Music/Nine North – 225
Randy Rogers Band/One More Sad Song/MCA Nashville – 222
Vince Hatfield/Sometimes You Gotta Get Away/Blue Moon – 210
Love and Theft/Running Out Of Air/RCA Nashville – 198

HIGH Valley visits Clear Channel’s KEEY/Minneapolis. Pictured (L-R): KEEY PD Gregg Swedberg, HV's Brad Rempel, Curtis Rempel and Bryan Rempel and KEEY MD J.D. Greene

Wade Hayes chatted with WIVK/Knoxville about his new single, "Is It Already Time," during the Music Row Live radio remotes in Nashville earlier this weekPictured (L-R): Andy Ritchie, Hayes and Alison Mercer. Photo: JR Hughes

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