Weekly Chart Report (4/01/11)

Mercury’s Billy Currington with Gregg Swedberg (L) and JD Greene (R) from K102/Minneapolis.

KAIR/Atchison, KS PD/MD/Mornings Jason Drake has departed his post after 13 years with the station. Also departing are Drake’s Wake Up Crew co-hosts Brian Hagen (News Director/Afternoons) and Rachel Lehcar (Listener Liaison). A Facebook page to “Save Wake Up Crew” has already sprung up in support. Reach out to Drake at [email protected] (or 785-840-7701), Hagen at [email protected], and Lehcar at [email protected]

Darius Rucker’s “This” gets to enjoy a second week in the CountryBreakout Chart’s No. 1 spot, but it may not be for much longer. Miranda Lambert’s “Heart Like Mine” is pouring it on, adding 165 spins to move 4-2 and in excellent position to take the top spot next week. Possible threats to her ascent come courtesy of Rascal Flatts’ “I Won’t Let Go” at No. 4, and Ronnie Dunn’s “Bleed Red” which is already at No. 5 despite only being nine weeks old.

Reba joins the list of stars rolling out new singles for spring/summer airplay, as her latest “When Love Gets A Hold Of You” joins the chart at No. 74. Jake Owen’s “Barefoot Blue Jean Night” hits right behind at No. 76 with a big gain of 182 spins. Raking in the week’s biggest spin gain is Luke Bryan’s “Country Girl,” which scoops up 518 new spins and jumps nearly 20 spots to No. 35.

Also joining the chart are Tommy Steele’s “What Kind of Man Would I Be” at No. 75, Bridgette Tatum’s “Hillbilly Rock Star” at No. 79, and Edens Edge’s “Amen” at No. 80.


Upcoming Singles
April 4
Martina McBride/Teenage Daughters/Republic Nashville
Keith Bryant/The Note/Jordash Records
Trace Adkins/Just Fishin’/Show Dog-Universal
David St. Romain/Twenty Years Late/Aria Records/Turnpike Music
Dierks Bentley/Am I The Only One/Capitol

April 11
James Wesley/Didn’t I/Broken Bow
Corey Smith/Twenty One/Average Joe’s
Reba/When Love Gets A Hold Of You/Valory

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Reba/When Love Gets A Hold Of You/Valory—Starstruck — 74
Tommy Steele/What Kind Of Man Would I Be/TCR — 75
Jake Owen/Barefoot Blue Jean Night/RCA — 76
Bridgette Tatum/Hillbilly Rock Star/Root 49/Quarterback — 79
Edens Edge/Amen/Big Machine — 80

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Luke Bryan/Country Girl/Capitol — 518
Brad Paisley/Old Alabama/Arista — 486
Dierks Bentley/Am I The Only One/Capitol — 410
Martina McBride/Teenage Daughters/Republic Nashville — 369
Trace Adkins/Just Fishin’/Show Dog-Universal — 310

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Gloriana/Wanna Take You Home/Emblem/WMN — 206
Carrie Underwood/Songs Like This/Arista — 196
Jason Campbell/Albuquerque/Big 7 — 190
Ashley Gearing/Five More Minutes/Curb — 175
Austin Hicks/I Still Pledge Allegiance/Lick — 147

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Luke Bryan/Country Girl/Capitol — 32
Dierks Bentley/Am I The Only One/Capitol — 30
Martina McBride/Teenage Daughters/Republic Nashville — 28
Trace Adkins/Just Fishin’/Show Dog-Universal — 21
Reba/When Love Gets A Hold Of You/Starstruck/Valory 20
Jake Owen/Barefoot Blue Jean Night/RCA — 13

Show Dog-Universal Music’s JT Hodges headed to the sunshine state and stopped by WIRK/West Palm Beach this week on his first radio tour. (L-R): SDU Regional Rick Hughes, WIRK’s Sammy Cruise, Hodges

Capitol Records Nashville recording artist Jennette McCurdy performed in Denver Monday (3/28) during her Generation Love for St. Jude multi-city mall tour. Fans can purchase a charity CD package for a $10 donation, with all proceeds benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. (L-R): KYGO PD John Thomas, McCurdy, KYGO MD Garrett Doll, Capitol Records Nashville's Paige Elliot.

Gary Allan and Randy Montana played at the Hard Rock Café for WKLB Boston. (L-R): Montana, WKLB MD Ginny Rogers, and Allan.


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