Weekly Chart Report (5/18/12)

EMI Records newcomer Kelleigh Bannen recently kicked off her radio tour to promote her debut single, “Rose Colored Glasses.” She brought a 'fish eye' lens to take photos with her visits with WVVR/Clarksville. Pictured (L-R): Fletch (Fletch & Bailey on WVVR) and Bannen

SPIN ZONE
It’s new No. 1 song time, as Luke Bryan’s “Drunk On You” climbs into the CountryBreakout Chart’s top position after 14 weeks of airplay. Carrie Underwood’s “Good Girl” moves up to No. 2, followed by Eli Young Band’s “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” at No. 3. Brantley, Toby, Kip, and The Band Perry also gain spins inside the Top 10.

Blake Shelton’s “Over” is really on the move, leaping to No. 30 in its third week on the chart. Other new offerings by Lady Antebellum (“Wanted You More”), George Strait (“Drinkin’ Man”) and newcomer Greg Bates (“Did It For The Girl”) are also making quick work of the chart. Lee Brice’s “Hard To Love” and Jake Owen’s “The One That Got Away” are neck-and-neck at No. 55 and 56, respectively, after only two weeks.

Several big debuts are impacting the chart, beginning with Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over.” Chesney and Tim McGraw’s “Feel Like A Rock Star” is in the upper reaches of the chart, but his new solo effort rocketed up to No. 63 in its first week of reporting. Newcomers Florida Georgia Line also made an impression with summertime-ready single “Cruise,” which lands at No. 71. Rascal Flatts’ “Come Wake Me Up” gains 203 spins to hit No. 77, and Due West’s “Things You Can’t Do In A Car” picks up 184 spins to jump to No. 79.

Frozen Playlists: KDOL, KYKX, WBKR, WBYZ, WXXK

Upcoming Singles
May 21
Blake Shelton/Over/Warner Bros./WMN
Bill Gentry/That Kind of Life/Tenacity
Rascal Flatts/Come Wake Me Up/Big Machine
Jake Owen/The One That Got Away/RCA

May 29
Jason Charles Miller/Up To Me/Render
Mavericks/Born to Be Blue/Valory
Big & Rich/That’s Why I Pray/WMN

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Kenny Chesney/Come Over/BNA – 63
Florida Georgia Line/Cruise/Big Loud Mountain – 71
Rick Monroe/Crazy Not To/Render Records – 75
Rascal Flatts/Come Wake Me Up/Big Machine – 77
Due West/Things You Can’t Do In A Car/Black River – 79
Kristen Kelly/Ex-Old Man/Arista – 80

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Blake Shelton/Over/Warner Bros. – 446
Lady Antebellum/Wanted You More/Capitol – 421
Kenny Chesney/Come Over/BNA – 374
Jake Owen/The One That Got Away/BNA – 232
Dierks Bentley/5-1-5-0/Capitol – 232

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Lady Antebellum/Wanted You More/Capitol – 28
Kenny Chesney/Come Over/BNA – 28
Blake Shelton/Over/Warner Bros. – 18
Rascal Flatts/Come Wake Me Up/Big Machine – 18
Due West/Things You Can’t Do In A Car/Black River – 16
Jake Owen/The One That Got Away/BNA – 15
Heidi Newfield/Why’d You Have To Be So Good/Sidewalk Records – 15
Greg Bates/Did It For The Girl/Republic Nashville – 13
Florida Georgia Line/Cruise/Big Loud Mountain – 11
Lee Brice/Hard To Love/Curb – 10
Little Big Town/Pontoon/Capitol – 10

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Jessie James/Military Man/Show Dog-Universal – 211
Craig Wayne Boyd/I Ain’t No Quitter/Big Ride – 198
Randy Houser/How Country Feels/Stoney Creek Records – 193
Sean Patrick McGraw/Git Yer Cowboy On/Little Engine Records – 191
Glen Templeton/Sing That Song Again/Black River Entertainment – 180

Black River Entertainment's Sarah Darling kicked off her radio tour this week with 103.7/WSOC in Charlotte. (L-R): Rick Baumgartner (Black River Ent.), Rick McCracken (WSOC MD), Sarah Darling, D.J. Stout (WSOC PD), and Megan Good (Black River Ent.)

Show Dog-Universal’s Trace Adkins paid a visit to Denver’s/KYGO while out on his his “Songs and Stories” Tour. (L-R): John Thomas (PD), Adkins, SDU Regional Promotion Director Lisa Owen, and Garret Doll (MD)

Darryl Worley visited with The Farm backstage at WWYZ/Hartford’s benefit for Wounded Warriors on Monday (5/14). Several country stars participated in the 92.5 "Swingin' and Singin" fundraiser at the Lyman Orchards Golf Club in Hartford. (L-R): Nick Hoffman (The Farm), Worley, and The Farm’s Krista Marie and Damien Horn

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