Weekly Chart Report (11/21/2012)

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• November 21, 2012

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Joanna Smith recently stopped by 650AM WSM's "Coffee, Country and Cody" to chat with Bill Cody about her single, "We Can't Be Friends” and her spot on Chris Young's Liquid Neon Tour.

Rascal Flatts‘ “Come Wake Me Up” is No. 1 on the MusicRow Chart this week. Written by Johan Fransson, Tim Larsson, Tobias Lundgren and Sean McConnell, the song is the second single from the band’s eighth studio album, Changed. Last week’s chart topper Greg Bates‘ “Did It For The Girl” sits in the No. 2 position while Dierks Bentley‘s “Tip It On Back” jumps a position to No. 3. Darius Rucker‘s “True Believers” also jumps a spot to No. 4 while Kip Moore‘s “Beer Money” stays at No. 5.

The big mover this week is Carrie Underwood‘s “Two Black Cadillacs” debuting on the chart at an impressive No. 47.

With the holidays upon us, everyone at MusicRow wishes you and your family a very safe and happy holiday. This is the time of year to reflect and give thanks, and our biggest thanks go out to you, our readers and supporters. Happy Thanksgiving!

Frozen Playlists: WPPL, KFTX, WLJE, WKDZ, KVOM, KBXB, WEIO, KCNY, KVAY, WTHO, KZTL, KXIA, KWOX, WTRS, WTCR, WTCM, KXBZ, WDHR, WBYZ, WCMS, KTJJ, KGMN, KYKX, KITX, KCJC, KVVP, KWEY, KYEZ, KYTN, WXXK

Upcoming Singles
November 26
Carrie Underwood/Two Black Cadillacs/Sony Nashville

December 3
Lee Brice/I Drive Your Truck/Curb
Jillian Kohr/What You’ve Done
Josh Pruno/23rd Psalm/Lawrence Music Group
Big & Rich/Party Like Cowboyz/Warner Bros.-W.A.R.

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.
Carrie Underwood/Two Black Cadillacs/19-Arista Nashville – 47
Brooke Hudgins/80 Acres of Stars/VBC – 76
Dustin Lynch/She Cranks My Tractor/Broken Bow Records – 79
Lizzie Sider/Butterfly/Blue Steel – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Carrie Underwood/Two Black Cadillacs/19-Arista Nashville – 28
Kelly Clarkson w/ Vince Gill/Don’t Rush/19 Recordings-RCA Nashville – 13
Tim McGraw/One Of Those Nights/Big Machine – 10
Toby Keith/Hope On The Rocks/Show Dog-Universal – 10
Jana Kramer/Whiskey/WMN – 9
Tracy Lawrence/Stop, Drop, & Roll/Lawrence Music Group – 6
Thompson Square/If I Didn’t Have You/Stoney Creek – 6
Lee Brice/I Drive Your Truck/Curb – 6
George Strait/Give It All We Got/MCA – 6
Aaron Lewis/Forever/Blaster Records – 6

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Carrie Underwood/Two Black Cadillacs/19-Arista Nashville – 388
The Band Perry/Better Dig Two/Republic Nashville – 269
Tim McGraw/One Of Those Nights/Big Machine – 245
Jason Aldean/The Only Way I Know/Broken Bow – 198
Toby Keith/Hope On The Rocks/Show Dog-Universal – 196

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Michael Dean Church/Still Not Over You/MDC – 210
Hillbilly Vegas/Little Miss Rough And Tumble/Red Dirt Music Company – 205
Luke Pilgrim/Back Road Lullaby/MMG – 194
Brent Cobb/Love On Me/Carnival – 182
The Roys/Still Standing/Rural Rhythm – 173

High Valley made a recent visit to Madison, Wisconsin's WWQM/Q106 while promoting their US debut single "Love You For A Long Time." The trio just released the music video for the single. Pictured (L-R): Stan Marczewski (Rodeowave), High Valley's Bryan Rempel, High Valley's Curtis Rempel, Fletcher Keyes (PD, WWQM/Madison), High Valley's Brad Rempel

The Cadillac Black stopped in College Station, TX fresh off the ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd tour to visit the KORA 98.3 staff. The band’s lead single, “Get Your Buzz On,” from the self-titled debut album is currently available. Pictured (L-R): Kelby Ray, Neil Mason, KORA 98.3 PD Adam Drake, Jaren Johnston

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