Weekly Chart Report (7/27/12)

Syndicated personality Moby in the Morning hosted The Roys, who are promoting a forthcoming CD, New Day Dawning, due out August 28. The brother/sister duo performed the new single “Still Standing.” Pictured (L-R): Lee Roy, Moby and Elaine Roy

Is July really almost over? Man, when did that happen? Even though the days of summer are numbered, there’s no shortage of big summer singles on the CountryBreakout Chart. Keith Urban’s “For You” is out ahead of the bunch, moving up to the No. 1 position after 16 weeks on the chart. Little Big Town’s “Pontoon” is sailing with strong winds, as it gains 300 spins to move up to No. 3. RCA Nashville’s Love and Theft is also looking at the top of the chart with “Angel Eyes,” which lands at No. 5.

Jason Aldean recently released “Take A Little Ride,” the first single from his upcoming album, and it’s cruising in the express lane. After only two weeks on the chart, “…Ride” is sitting at No. 32, following an impressive gain of 708 spins. Eric Church’s “Creepin’” is pretty much jumpin’, as it gains 316 spins to move to No. 34. Close behind is Kip Moore, whose “Beer Money” is steadily climbing at No. 42.

Toby Keith leads the list of new chart debuts, with “I Like Girls That Drink Beer” hitting No. 59 in its first week of reporting. Luke Bryan’s “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” manages a similar feat, locking down the No. 67 position in its first week. Also debuting are Parmalee’s “Musta Had a Good Time” at No. 79 and Kelly Parkes’ “All Cried Out” at No. 80.


Upcoming Singles
July 30
Jason Cassidy/Ride of Your Life/A-Blake
Jordan Anderson/Key to My Heart/Go Time
Joey+Rory/When I’m Gone/Sugar Hill
Randy Rogers Band/One More Sad Song/MCA
Brantley Gilbert/Kick It In The Sticks/Valory
Jason Aldean/Take A Little Ride/Broken Bow
D. Vincent Williams/Down By The River/BPG

August 6
Lucas Hoge/Do What Makes You Feel Good/Animal House
Florida Georgia Line/Cruise/Republic Nashville
Chelsea Bain/What If I/Rock Ridge-InstiGator
Her & Kings County/Family Tree/Elektra Nashville-WMN
Heidi Newfield/Why’d You Have To Be So Good/Sidewalk
Rich O’Toole/Red Wine On Your Lipstick

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Toby Keith/I Like Girls That Drink Beer/Show Dog-Universal – 60
Luke Bryan/Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye/Capitol – 67
Parmalee/Musta Had A Good Time/Stoney Creek – 79
Kelly Parkes/All Cried Out – 80

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Jason Aldean/Take A Little Ride/Broken Bow – 708
Toby Keith/I Like Girls That Drink Beer/Show Dog-Universal – 395
Luke Bryan/Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye/Capitol – 322
Eric Church/Creepin’/EMI Nashville – 316
Little Big Town/Pontoon/Capitol – 300

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Jason Aldean/Take A Little Ride/Broken Bow – 37
Toby Keith/I Like Girls That Drink Beer/Show Dog – Universal – 32
Luke Bryan/Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye/Capitol – 26
Eric Church/Creepin’/EMI Nashville – 17
Kip Moore/Beer Money/MCA – 9
Sara Evans/Anywhere/RCA Nashville – 9

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Kelleigh Bannen/Sorry On The Rocks/EMI Nashville – 183
Brantley Gilbert/Kick It In The Sticks/Big Machine-Valory – 179
Stephanie Grace/Hey There – 179
Dave Russell/Where The Money Goes/Cupit – 169
Waylon Jennings/Goin’ Down Rockin’/Saguaro Road – 149

Lonestar visited on the bus after performing at Tiki Waterfront, West Palm Beach with WIRK. Pictured (L-R): Lonestar's Michael Britt, Richie McDonald, Sammy Cruise (WIRK MD), John O'Connell (WIRK PD), Lonestar's Keech Rainwater and Dean Sams and Triple Crown Promotions Doc Gonzales (front)

99.5 The Wolf and Duke’s Bar & Grill brought Dustin Lynch to Dallas for a “low-dough” show benefiting the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital on Tuesday, July 24. L-R: Savannah Jones, Mike Moore, Dustin Lynch, Layna Bunt

MCA’s Josh Turner gathers with the WUSN crew prior to his Live Country performance at Joe’s Bar in Chicago last night (7/25). Pictured (L-R): WUSN PD Jeff Kapugi, his wife Laurie, Turner, MCA’s Donna Jo Passuntino, and WUSN’s Marci Braun and Liz Geerling

Republic Nashville’s Florida Georgia Line visited KTTS in Springfield, MO on Friday (7/20) promoting “Cruise,” its debut single that has sold 130,000 copies. Pictured (L-R): FGL’s Brian Kelley, KTTS PD Mark Grantin, KTTS Morning Host Bobby Baldwin and FGL’s Tyler Hubbard


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