Weekly Chart Report (8/13/10)

And the hits keep on coming. Capitol Nashville locks the CountryBreakout Chart’s top spot as Lady Antebellum’s “Our Kind Of Love” ascends, following a multi-week stay at No. 1 by Keith Urban’s “I’m In.” Urban slips to No. 2, followed by another recent No. 1, Blake Shelton’s “All About Tonight.” Yet another previous No. 1, Little Big Town’s “Little White Church,” sticks at No. 4. Close behind is Billy Currington’s “Pretty Good At Drinkin’ Beer,” which moves up to No. 5.

In recent weeks several singles have made a massive impact upon release. First, Kenny Chesney’s “The Boys of Fall” debuted at No. 49 a month ago. Then Sugarland’s “Stuck Like Glue” hit big a couple weeks later, debuting at No. 45. The following week, Rascal Flatts one-upped them both by landing at No. 42 with “Why Wait.” And now, Taylor Swift’s “Mine” trumps them all by gaining 1022 spins to enter the chart at No. 31.

That’s the greatest single week gain in spins since Garth Brooks’ “More Than A Memory” earned a 1577 spin gain and debuted at No. 26 back in 2007. Other members of the 1000+ gainer club include Gretchen Wilson’s 2005 hit “All Jacked Up,” Brooks’ 2005 offering “Good Ride Cowboy,” and Toby Keith’s “High Maintenance Woman” from 2007.


Capitol Nashville’s Little Big Town made a stop in Orange Beach, AL last Friday (8/6) while on Sugarland’s The Incredible Machine tour. The quartet will release their new studio album The Reason Why August 24. The lead single from the project, “Little White Church,” is Top 15 and climbing. (L-R): Jimi Westbrook, Karen Fairchild, WKSJ/Mobile, AL PD Bill Black, Kimberly Schlapman and Phillip Sweet.


Covington Broadcasting’s WKBQ/Covington, TN PD/MD Gary Murdock recently departed the station, where he had worked since 2007. WKBQ Prod. Mgr./Promo Dir./mornings Jimmy Hicks has been named the station’s new PD/MD and can be reached at [email protected] Murdock’s previous experience includes time at WLAY/Muscle Shoals, AL; WXFL/Florence, AL; and KIAI/Mason City, IA. Reach him via email at [email protected] or by phone at 256-394-7486 (Cell) and 901-476-8674 (Home).

New On The Chart—Debuting This Week

Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Taylor Swift/Mine/Big Machine — 31
Jason Aldean/My Kinda Party/Broken Bow — 62
Jackie Arredondo/Someone Like You/Gold Voice/Big 7 — 75

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Taylor Swift/Mine/Big Machine — 1022
Rascal Flatts/Why Wait/Big Machine — 655
Brad Paisley/Anything Like Me/Arista — 578
Kenny Chesney/The Boys Of Fall/BNA — 460
Sugarland/Stuck Like Glue/Mercury — 425

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Melanie Denard/All I Ever Did Was Love You/StarPath — 234
Trailer Choir/Shakin’ That Tailgate/Show Dog – Universal — 230
Mark Cooke/Can’t Cheat In A Small Town — 226
D.J. Miller/A Little Naughty is Nice/Evergreen — 225
Josh Gracin/Cover Girl/Average Joes — 211

Two Week Most Added*
Artist/song/label — New adds
Taylor Swift/Mine/Big Machine — 55
Brad Paisley/Anything Like Me/Arista — 39
Rascal Flatts/Why Wait/Big Machine — 27
Jason Aldean/My Kinda Party/Broken Bow — 22
Dierks Bentley/Draw Me A Map/Capitol — 16
Zac Brown Band/As She’s Walking Away/Atlantic/Bigger Picture — 16
*adds rec’d over two week period

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Upcoming Singles

August 16
Emerson Drive/That Kind of Beautiful/AMDIAN Music Co./Nine North
Jason Aldean/My Kinda Party/Broken Bow
Brad Paisley/Anything Like Me/Arista
Gretchen Wilson/I Got Your Country Right Here/Redneck/CO5

August 23
Gwyneth Paltrow/Country Strong/RCA
Trailer Choir/Shakin’ That Tailgate/Show Dog – Universal
Dierks Bentley/Draw Me A Map/Capitol
Blaine Larsen/Leavin’/Treehouse/Stroudavarious
Burns & Poe/How Long Is Long Enough/Blue Steel
Jamey Johnson/Playing The Part/Mercury
Jesse Lee/Like My Mother Does/Atlantic/WMN

Columbia Nashville artist and Crestview (Unincorporated), GA's own Joanna Smith took some of her homemade Peach Preserves on a recent visit to Greenville, SC to promoter her debut single "Gettin Married." (L-R): WESC PD John Landrum, Smith and WSSL OM Steve Geoffries

EMI Records Nashville artist Troy Olsen performed a backyard BBQ for some lucky WDXB listeners last Friday (8/6) in Birmingham, AL. The Ciulla family and their friends gathered for bar-b-cue and some great music courtesy of Troy Olsen. (L-R): winner Holli Ciulla, Olsen, WDXB Morning Host Dollar Bill, and WDXB Mktg. Dir. Lacey Walker.


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