Weekly Chart Report (7/5/2012)

 

 

Joanna Smith visited with WDKN recently to promote her new single, “We Can’t Be Friends.” The song lands at No. 26 on this week’s CountryBreakout Chart. Pictured (L-R): Dale Turner (WDKN), Smith, RG Jones (Sony Music Nashville)

SPIN ZONE
This summer’s heat wave continues its grip on us just as Dierks Bentley’s “5-1-5-0″ continues holding CountryBreakout Chart’s No. 1 spot for the third consecutive week. The Band Perry’s “Postcard From Paris” maintains the No. 2 spot while Keith Urban’s “For You” jumps another step to No. 3. In its 8th week on the chart, Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over” skips up one to No. 4 followed by Gloriana‘s “Kissed You” at No. 5.

Judging by the high number of frozen reports below, many radio people are vacationing or just enjoying some Independence Day time off. Nevertheless, Little Big Town’s “Pontoon” paddles up another 3 spots entering the Top 10 at No. 9 with a 245 spin gain this week. Zac Brown Band‘s “The Wind” blows by another 3 spots to No. 20 while Carrie Underwood‘s “Blown Away” leaps from No. 73 to No. 44 in its 2nd week on the chart with 362 additional spins.

Tim McGraw’s “Truck Yeah” at No. 60 is both the highest chart debut and the largest increase in spins this week. Other debuts include Andy Gibson‘s “Summer Back” at No. 63, Candy Coburn‘s “That Thing You Do” at No. 77, Eric Church‘s “Creepin'” at No. 78, Glen Templeton‘s “That’s My Job” at No. 79, and Randy Travis‘ “More Life” at No. 80.

Frozen Reports: KCJC, KFTX, KGMN, KICR, KMKS, KTTI, KVOM, KVVP, KXBZ, KYEZ, KYYK, KYTN, KZTL, WDHR, WEIO, WKDZ, WLJE, WOWF, WQNZ, WRHT, WTCM, WTHO

RADIO NEWS
KBXB/Sikeston, MO PD C.J. Cruze has announced he is exiting his position with the station, effective July 13. Taking up his duties will be Brian Taylor, who will take music calls Tuesdays 11 am – 12 pm. Reach him at [email protected].


Upcoming Singles
July 9
Carrie Underwood/Blown Away/19-Arista Nashville
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
Marty Stuart with Buck Trent/Tear The Woodpile Down/Sugar Hill
Joanna Mosca/Dream On Savannah/Dolce Diva

July 16
Lauren Alaina/Eighteen Inches/Mercury Nashville-19 Recordings-Interscope
Kelleigh Bannen/Sorry on the Rocks/EMI Nashville
Levi Riggs/There’s Still A Place For That/Flying Island
Lonestar/The Countdown/4 Star Records
Shooter Jennings/The Real Me/eOne
Levi Riggs/There’s Still A Place For That/Windridge
John Karl/Redneck Rich (Hillbilly Happy)/Pour Boy
Don Williams feat. Alison Krauss/I Just Come Here For The Music/Sugar Hill

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Tim McGraw/Truck Yeah/Big Machine – 60
Andy Gibson/Summer Back/Curb – 63
Candy Coburn/That Thing You Do/LomaJean – 77
Eric Church/Creepin’/EMI Nashville – 78
Glen Templeton/That’s My Job/Black River Entertainment – 79
Randy Travis/More Life/Warner Bros. – 80

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Tim McGraw/Truck Yeah/Big Machine – 364
Carrie Underwood/Blown Away/19-Arista Nashville – 362
Little Big Town/Pontoon/Capitol – 245
Zac Brown Band/The Wind/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 207
Lady Antebellum/Wanted You More/Capitol – 198

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
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
Artist/song/label — spins
Bill Gentry/That Kind of Life/Tenacity Records – 184
Brandon Holland/Man In The Moon – 167
Britt & Blaire/Young Summer/Mt. Juliet Records – 165
Bobby Dean/Me and George Strait/Lamon – 165
Sawyer Brown/Ain’t Goin’ Out That Way/Beach Street Records – 161

Trace Adkins made a stop in Bakersfield as part of his "Songs and Stories Tour" Pictured (L-R): KUZZ/Bakersfield PD Tom Jordan, Jordan's wife Lori Giamanco, Adkins and Show Dog-Universal’s Lisa Owen

Scotty McCreery and Jana Kramer played WKLB/Boston’s Rockin’ Country Music Series on Monday night (7/2). Pictured (L-R) W.A.R. MW/NE regionals Lindsay Walleman, WKLB’s Dawn Santolucito, Kramer, McCreery, WKLB’s Ginny Rogers, and Mercury’s Sally Green

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