Weekly Chart Report (2/1/13)

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• February 1, 2013

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Columbia Nashville’s Casey James recently visited San Antonio’s KAJA and visited with Bree Wagner-MD (left) and PD Travis Moon (right).

Columbia Nashville’s Casey James recently visited San Antonio’s KAJA and visited with Bree Wagner-MD (left) and PD Travis Moon (right).

The Band Perry won’t let go of their grip on the MusicRow Country Breakout Chart’s top position with their single “Better Dig Two,” hanging on for a third week. Jason Aldean spends a second week at No. 2 with “The Only Way I Know,” while Tim McGraw‘s “One of Those Nights” inches into the No. 3 slot. Carrie Underwood‘s “Two Black Cadillacs” is also jockeying for a top position, jumping from No. 7 to No. 4 this week. Gary Allan‘s “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)” slips from No. 3 to No. 5.

Kacey Musgraves‘ “Merry Go Round” ups a notch from No. 8 to No. 7, while Taylor Swift keeps holding steady at No. 6 again this week. Hunter Hayes is not far behind, with “Somebody’s Heartbreak” climbing from No. 10 to No. 9. New to the Top 10 this week are Toby Keith‘s “Hope On The Rocks” at No. 8 and Chris Young‘s “I Can Take It From There” at No. 10.

Many songs are racing up the charts this week. Lady Antebellum‘s “Downtown” skyrockets nearly 30 spots to No. 35, with 755 additional spins. Jake Owen‘s “Anywhere With You” bounces from No. 53 to No. 39 with 357 additional spins. Similarly, Eric Church‘s “Like Jesus Does” jumps more than a dozen spots, landing at No. 25 for the week, with 408 additional spins. Meanwhile, The Henningsens gain traction, going from No. 41 to No. 31. Rascal Flatts leaps nine spots from No. 32 to No. 24. Miranda Lambert‘s “Mama’s Broken Heart” jumps eight positions No. 16, garnering 398 additional spins. Florida Georgia Line‘s “Get Your Shine On” keeps up its momentum, climbing seven spots from No. 25 to No. 19 and adding 348 spins.

The highest debut for the week is Joel Crouse‘s “If You Want Some,” followed by Austin Webb‘s “It’s All Good,” Ash Bower‘s “Red,” Samantha Landrum‘s “Hometown,” Charlie Worsham‘s “Could It Be,” Hannah McNeil‘s “I Gotta Leave You For Me,” Outshyne‘s “Dirt Road Romance” and Lathan Moore‘s “Forever Man.”

Frozen Playlists: WCMS, KYTN, KVVP, WXFL

 

Upcoming Singles
February 4
Joel Crouse/If You Want Some/Show Dog–Universal
Parmalee/Carolina/Stoney Creek
Kendall Phillips/You Should Know/HMG-Stellar Vision
Rod Richmond/I Got Your Country Right Here/Red White and Blue

February 5
Rachel Nicole/Bet That Burns/So Be It Entertainment

February 11
Jake Owen/Anywhere With You/RCA
Greg Bates/Fill In The Blank/Republic Nashville
Brinn Black/Crushin’

February 18
Jaida Dreyer/Half Broke Horses/Streamsound Records
Kristen Kelly/He Loves to Make Me Cry/Arista
Rachel Farley/Ain’t Easy/Red Bow

 

 

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Joel Crouse/If You Want Some/Show Dog – 61
Austin Webb/It’s All Good/Streamsound – 71
Ash Bowers/Red/Wide Open Records – 73
Samantha Landrum/Hometown/Reviver-RED-BDG – 76
Charlie Worsham/Could It Be/WMN – 77
Hannah McNeil/I Gotta Leave You For Me – 78
Outshyne/Dirt Road Romance/MillStar Entertainment Group – 79
Lathan Moore/Forever Man/Render Records – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Lady Antebellum/Downtown/Capitol – 48
Joel Crouse/If You Want Some/Show Dog-Universal – 23
Jake Owen/Anywhere With You/RCA – 21
Eric Church/Like Jesus Does/EMI Nashville – 17
Lonestar/Maybe Someday/4 Star Records – 16
Kip Moore/Hey Pretty Girl/MCA Nashville – 13
Greg Bates/Fill In The Blank/Republic Nashville – 10
Austin Webb/It’s All Good/Streamsound – 10

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Lady Antebellum/Downtown/Capitol Nashville – 755
Eric Church/Like Jesus Does/EMI Nashville – 408
Miranda Lambert/Mama’s Broken Heart/RCA – 398
Jake Owen/Anywhere With You/RCA – 357
Florida Georgia Line/Get Your Shine On/Republic Nashville – 348

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Greg Bates/Fill In The Blank/Republic Nashville – 142
Tyler Dean Feat. Ashley Gearing/I Wanna Wake Up With You/Sidewalk – 131
Kristen Kelly/He Loves To Make Me Cry/Arista Nashville – 119
Joe Bachman/Small Town Rock Stars – 119
Stephanie Grace/Would U Be Mine/SMG – 113

Sidewalk Records' Dylan Scott stopped for a visit with San Jose station, KRTY. Pictured (L-R) Roger Fregoso (Sidewalk Records), Jim Ed Norman, Dylan Scott, Julie Stevens (KRTY PD/MD/Mornings) and Nate Deaton (KRTY GM)

Sidewalk Records’ Dylan Scott stopped for a visit with San Jose station, KRTY. Pictured (L-R) Roger Fregoso (Sidewalk Records), Jim Ed Norman, Dylan Scott, Julie Stevens (KRTY PD/MD/Mornings) and Nate Deaton (KRTY GM)

Bigger Picture Group newcomer, Chris Janson, visited Nashville’s WSIX radio station in promotion of his single, “Better I Don’t.” Pictured (L-R):  BPG's Jay Bradley, Kim Trosdahl, Allen Mitchell, Michael Bryan (WSIX PD), Robin Rhodes (After MidNite), Chris Janson, Matt Corbin (BPG), EJ Bernas, Michael Powers

Bigger Picture Group newcomer, Chris Janson, visited Nashville’s WSIX radio station in promotion of his single, “Better I Don’t.” Pictured (L-R): BPG’s Jay Bradley, Kim Trosdahl, Allen Mitchell, Michael Bryan (WSIX PD), Robin Rhodes (After MidNite), Chris Janson, Matt Corbin (BPG), EJ Bernas, Michael Powers

Show Dog-Universal Music’s Joel Crouse recently stopped by WXTU to share his debut single, “If You Want Some,” which is our highest debut this week at No. 61 on our chart. Pictured (L-R): Rick Moxley (SDU), Kyle Rife (guitar player), Shelly Easton (PD WXTU), Crouse, Macy Morgenthaler (SDU), Mark Razz (WXTU MD), Natalie Conner (WXTU VP & GM)

Show Dog-Universal Music’s Joel Crouse recently stopped by WXTU to share his debut single, “If You Want Some,” which is our highest debut this week at No. 61 on our chart. Pictured (L-R): Rick Moxley (SDU), Kyle Rife (guitar player), Shelly Easton (PD WXTU), Crouse, Macy Morgenthaler (SDU), Mark Razz (WXTU MD), Natalie Conner (WXTU VP & GM)

 

 

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