Weekly Chart Report (6/29/2012)

Jake Owen (R) recently appeared at the Butler Co Fair in Allison, IA to a record turnout. The show was hosted by KIAI FM The Country Moose Morning Host / PD Wolf Bowers (L).

SPIN ZONE
Nashville hit 105 degrees yesterday, breaking the previous record set in 1952, and Dierks Bentley’s “5-1-5-0” is just as hot in its second week of holding CountryBreakout Chart’s No. 1 spot. The Band Perry’s “Postcard From Paris” moves up to No. 2, followed by Brantley Gilbert’s “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do” at No. 3, Keith Urban’s “For You” at No. 4 and Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over” at No. 5 in only its 7th week on the chart.

Gloriana’s “Kissed You” continues its rise by jumping 2 up positions to No. 6 by adding another 203 spins while Little Big Town’s “Pontoon” motorboats up another 5 spots to No. 12. With a 276 spin gain this week, Zac Brown Band takes ten steps to No. 23 and Miranda Lambert’s “Fastest Girl In Town” jumps from No. 40 to No. 35 with an impressive 349 additional spins.

The chart debuts this week are led by Carrie Underwood’s “Blown Away” at No. 73 and Tim McGraw’s “Right Back Atcha Babe” at No. 75. Rounding out the debuts is Shawna Russell’s “Sounds Like A Party” at No. 76, Scarletta’s “Right Here Right Now” at No. 77 and Colt Ford (with Jake Owen) with “Back” at No. 79.

Frozen Reports: KFTX, KIAI, KGMN, KWEY, KXKZ, WDXX, WKBQ, WKWS, WXXK, WZMR

RADIO NEWS
Tim Andrews has left his post as Program Director at KGMN and joined KSWG in Phoenix. He can be reached at [email protected] or (602) 254-6644 after July 16th. Brian Williams has taken the Program Director position at KGMN vacated by Andrews and can be reached at [email protected] or (928) 753-9100.

Upcoming Singles
July 2
Tim McGraw/Truck Yeah/Big Machine
Chris Cagle/Let There Be Cowgirls/Bigger Picture
Colt Ford feat. Jake Owen/Back/Average Joes
Andy Gibson/Summer Back/Curb
Steele/Do You Really Have To Go
Shane Yellowbird/They’re All About You/On Ramp

July 9
The Lost Trailers/American Beauty/Stokes-HRT-New Revolution
Lisa Torres/Car That Runs/Render Records
Miss Willie Brown/You’re All That Matters To Me/A&M Octone-Rodeowave
Parmalee/Musta Had A Good Time/Stoney Creek
Kip Moore/Beer Money/MCA
Steve Richard/Toothbrush/Force MP-GrassRoots

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Carrie Underwood/Blown Away/19-Arista Nashville – 73
Tim McGraw/Right Back Atcha Babe/Curb – 75
Shawna Russell/Sounds Like A Party/Way Out West – 76
Scarletta/Right Here Right Now – 77
Colt Ford with Jake Owen/Back/Average Joe’s – 79

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Miranda Lambert/Fastest Girl In Town/RCA Nashville – 349
Zac Brown Band/The Wind/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 276
Big & Rich/That’s Why I Pray/Warner Bros. – 215
Little Big Town/Pontoon/Capitol – 211
Kenny Chesney/Come Over/Blue Chair-Columbia Nashville – 211

Most Added
Carrie Underwood/Blown Away/19-Arista Nashville – 16
Miranda Lambert/Fastest Girl In Town/RCA Nashville – 16
Tim McGraw/Right Back Atcha Babe/Curb – 12
Aaron Lewis/Endless Summer/Blaster Records – 12
Trace Adkins/Them Lips (On Mine)/Show Dog–Universal – 10
Casey James/Crying On A Suitcase 19/Columbia Nashville – 9
Heidi Newfield/Why’d You Have To Be So Good/Sidewalk Records – 8

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Glen Templeton/That’s My Job/Black River Entertainment – 183
Candy Coburn/That Thing You Do/LomaJean – 177
Bobby Dean/Me and George Strait/Lamon – 167
Bill Gentry/That Kind of Life/Tenacity Records – 165
Britt & Blaire/Young Summer/Mt. Juliet Records – 160

Curb Records’ Rachel Holder visited with Gator/107.9 morning team, Dingo and Blue, this week in Myrtle Beach, SC while promoting her single “In Your Arms.” (L-R): WGTR’s Dave "Blue" Bluefields, Holder, and Dingo

Scarletta visited with Neil Wieland (holding sign) at KAIR/Atchison, KS who added "Right Here Right Now," which debuted at No. 77 on the CountryBreakout Chart this week.

Mark Wayne Glasmire, Tommy Steele and Amber Hayes had dinner the evening before their “Tuesday On The Town” performance in Hampton, IA. (L- R): Luke (Amber’s cousin), Mark Wayne Glasmire, Amber Hayes, Tommy Steele, Mike and Janet Betten

Sugarland recently hung out with the UMG and US*99 crews in Tinley Park, IL. (L-R) Back Row: UMG’s Royce Risser and Brian Wright. Front Row: UMG’s Stephanie Wright, WUSN’s Liz Geerling, UMG’s Charlie Dean and Katie Dean, WUSN PD Jeff Kapugi, Jennifer Nettles, Laurie Kapugi, WUSN’s Marci Braun, Kristian Bush, and Mercury’s Damon Moberly

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