Weekly Chart Report (12/03/10)

Warner Bros. Records’ Frankie Ballard recently wrapped up the Texas portion of his opening slot on Uncle Kracker's club tour and stopped by the local FOX affiliate to appear on morning show "Good Day Dallas." Ballard's single "Tell Me You Get Lonely" is at No. 43 on the CountryBreakout Chart and he is currently finishing up his debut album, expected for release next year. (L-R): FOX 4 Good Day Anchors Tim Ryan, Ballard, Good Day Anchor Lauren Przybyl

Citadel’s WOGT/Chattanooga has flipped to a Classic Hits format. As of this week, it will no longer be a part of the CountryBreakout Reporting panel.

Reba’s on a roll. “Turn On The Radio” is very likely causing people to do just that, and it sits at No. 1 for a second consecutive week. This is Reba’s third straight CountryBreakout No. 1 song after “Consider Me Gone” and “I Keep On Loving You”; both topped the chart over the previous year. Two men of Capitol Records–Keith Urban and Luke Bryan–cover up spots No. 2 and 3 with triple digit spin gains. New to the Top 10 are Eric Church’s “Smoke A Little Smoke” (No. 9) and Kenny Chesney’s “Somewhere With You” at No. 10.

Several new singles are on the move at the year’s end. Taylor Swift’s “Back To December” sits out front just at No. 19, and Darius Rucker’s “This” is a few steps back at No. 24 after a 482 spin increase. Perhaps the most quickly moving of all is Brad Paisley’s “This Is Country Music,” which moves 74-36 after a 692 spin surge. Not quite on the same pace, but moving rapidly up the chart are “Don’t You Wanna Stay” by Jason Aldean with assistance from Kelly Clarkson at No. 37, and “Little Miss” by Sugarland at No. 40.

New singles debuting this week include Matt Gary’s “I’m Just Sayin’” at No. 73, followed by Alan Jackson’s take on “Ring of Fire” at No. 74. Point of Grace’s “Love & Laundry” clocks in at No. 76, with Brantley Gilbert’s “My Kind of Crazy” a mere one spin behind at No. 77. Looking outside the Top 80, expect the arrival of Steel Magnolia’s “Last Night Again” to make an impressive debut on next week’s chart.

Upcoming Singles
December 6
Chuck Wicks/Old School/RCA
LeAnn Rimes/Crazy Women/Curb
The Harters/If I Run/Bigger Picture
Alan Jackson/Ring of Fire/Arista
Crossin Dixon/Goodbye To Henry/Stoney Creek
Steel Magnolia/Last Night Again/Big Machine

Holiday Airplay
Jason Michael Carroll/Christmas On The Farm/Stray Records/Quarterback
Danny Gokey/Tennessee Christmas/19/RCA
Deborah Allen Feat. Cledus T. Judd/Redneck Christmas/GMV/Aristomedia
Kenny Rogers/The Chosen One/Joy To The World (Live)/DCE
Rachel Holder/Christmas Eve
Burns & Poe/Hear The Angels Singing/Blue Steel
Rodney Carrington/Camouflage and Christmas Lights/EMI Records Nashville
Darius Rucker/Candy Cane Christmas/Capitol Nashville
Mishavonna with Crystal Gayle/Christmas Everywhere/Redrum/GrassRoots
Sandy Kastel/Santa Baby/Silk and Satin Records

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Matt Gary/I’m Just Sayin’/Quarterback Records — 73
Alan Jackson/Ring of Fire/Arista — 74
Point Of Grace/Love & Laundry/Word/WMN — 76
Brantley Gilbert/My Kind of Crazy/Average Joe’s Entertainment — 77
Kelly Parkes/Nothing/Lofton Creek — 78
Karli Whetstone/I Didn’t/Ohio Records — 80

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Brad Paisley/This Is Country Music/Arista — 692
Taylor Swift/Back To December/Big Machine — 548
Jason Aldean w/Kelly Clarkson/Don’t You Wanna Stay/Broken Bow — 492
Darius Rucker/This/Capitol — 482
Sugarland/Little Miss/Mercury — 315

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Josh Abbott Band/Oh, Tonight/PDT — 227
Steel Magnolia/Last Night Again/Big Machine — 213
David St. Romain/Live, Laugh, Love And Drink — 199
Taylor Made/Quiet Kind of Crazy — 195
Jadi Norris/Home Is Where The Heart Is — 190

Two Week Most Added*
Artist/song/label — New adds
Brad Paisley/This Is Country Music/Arista — 41
Jason Aldean w/Kelly Clarkson/Don’t You Wanna Stay/Broken Bow — 28
Sugarland/Little Miss/Mercury — 21
Darius Rucker/This/Capitol — 19
Steel Magnolia/Last Night Again/Big Machine — 14
Easton Corbin/I Can’t Love You Back/Mercury — 13

Republic Nashville's The Band Perry stopped by KX96 FM in Oshawa, Ontario to play a few songs and discuss their No. 1 song "If I Die Young." Pictured (L-R): Reid and Kimberly Perry, KX96's Ellis and Archer and Neil Perry.

Christian/country group Point of Grace joined WSIX's Gerry House and Mike Bohan on-air to kick off Gerry's last 12 days. The trio's has just released a new single "Love and Laundry" as well as a Christmas CD "Home for the Holidays." Pictured (L-R): Mike Bohan, Denise Jones, Shelley Breen, Gerry House and Leigh Cappillino.


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