Weekly Chart Report (12/7/2012)

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• December 7, 2012

Austin Webb visited Asheville’s WKSF during a radio tour for his latest, “It’s All Good” single. Pictured (L-R): WKSF's Jeff Davis, artist Austin Webb and WKSF's Brian Hatfield.

SPIN ZONE
Arista Nashville takes the top spot this week on the MusicRow Chart with Brad Paisley‘s “Southern Comfort Zone” in it’s eleventh week on the chart. Zac Brown Band‘s “Goodbye In Her Eyes” follows closely at No. 2 with only 33 spins separating the two songs. Last week’s chart-topper, Dierks Bentley‘s “Tip It On Back” now sits at No. 3 with Darius Rucker‘s “True Believers” and Kenny Chesney‘s “El Cerrito Place” at No. 4 and No. 5, respectively. Gary Allan‘s “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)” enters the Top 10 this week at No. 8, as does Randy Houser‘s “How Country Feels” at No. 10.

Carrie Underwood‘s “Two Black Cadillacs” jumped from No. 29 to No. 22 with an additional 442 spins, garnering the single the greatest spin increase on the chart this week. Other top gainers included Tim McGraw‘s “One Of Those Nights” adding 345 spins and The Band Perry‘s “Better Dig Two” with 305 new spins this week. Dustin Lynch‘s “She Cranks My Tractor” jumps to No. 36 from last week’s No. 49 spot with 305 additional spins while Lee Brice‘s “I Drive Your Truck” ups 20 spots to No. 42 with 303 addition spins.

Making its debut this week, Kix Brooks‘ “Moonshine Road” landed at No. 60 while Rascal Flatts‘ “Changed” entered at No. 72. Other debuts included Taylor Made‘s “That’s What Life Is,” Josh Abbott Band‘s “I’ll Sing About Mine,” and Richie Fields‘ “Smile.”

Frozen Playlists: KFAV, KYKX, KVAY, KXKZ, WDHR, WXXK

Upcoming Singles
December 17
The Henningsens/American Beautiful/Arista
LeAnn Rimes/Borrowed/Curb
Austin Webb/It’s All Good/Streamsound

Holiday Singles
Tim McGraw/Mary And Joseph/Big Machine Records
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
Phil Vassar/Merry Christmas Darling/Rodeowave Entertainment
Tanya Tucker/Merry Christmas Wherever You Are
Brinn Black/Breath of Heaven/Spin Doctors

New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Kix Brooks/Moonshine Road/Arista Nashville – 60
Rascal Flatts/Changed/Big Machine – 72
Taylor Made/That’s What Life Is/LG Records – 75
Josh Abbott Band/I’ll Sing About Mine/PDT-Atlantic-WMN – 79
Richie Fields/Smile – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Rascal Flatts/Changed/Big Machine – 22
Lee Brice/I Drive Your Truck/Curb – 21
Dustin Lynch/She Cranks My Tractor/Broken Bow Records – 20
Kix Brooks/Moonshine Road/Arista Nashville – 20
Taylor Made/That’s What Life Is/LG Records – 15
Jerrod Niemann/Only God Could Love You More/Sea Gayle-Arista Nashville – 13
Carrie Underwood/Two Black Cadillacs/19-Arista Nashville – 13
Thompson Square/If I Didn’t Have You/Stoney Creek – 11

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Carrie Underwood/Two Black Cadillacs/19-Arista Nashville – 442
Tim McGraw/One Of Those Nights/Big Machine – 345
Dustin Lynch/She Cranks My Tractor/Broken Bow Records – 305
The Band Perry/Better Dig Two/Republic Nashville – 305
Lee Brice/I Drive Your Truck/Curb – 303

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Brinn Black/That Should Have Been Us/SMG – 153
Angel Mary & The Tennessee Werewolves/Cowboy/Verado – 141
Ashley Forrest/Pourin’ Over Me/Truro-GMV – 140
Lisa Matassa/Somebody’s Baby/It Is What It Is-9North – 135
Summer Schappell/It Ought To Be a Sin/615 Records – 133

Dean Alexander recently visited KFRG in support of his debut Warner single “Moments.” Pictured (L-R): PD Lee Douglas, Alexander, MD Scott Ward, WMN’s Rick Young

 

Livewire members stopped by Pittsburg, KS’ 96.9-KKOW “The Kow” in support of their debut Way Out West Records’ album, LIVIN’ and new single, “Lies.” Pictured (L-R): Danny Bell, KKOW's J-DUB, Andy Eutsler, Bobby Degonia, and Way Out West Records President Clif Doyal

Cumulus Nashville radio stations 103.3 WKDF, 104-5 The Zone, Super Talk 99.7 WTN, i106, 92Q and 95.5 FM WSM listeners helped build a field of dreams comprised of thousands of toys for Salvation Army’s “Forgotten Angels,” during the annual Toy Field event at LP Field this week (12/4)

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