Weekly Chart Report (8/17/2012)

Since the first week in June, Flying Island’s Gwen Sebastian has been busy on her summer solo tour. With an appearance on NBC’s “The Voice” under her belt, her single, “Met Him In a Motel Room,” has risen up to No. 40 on this weeks’ CountryBreakout Chart. Gwen is pictured here with tourmate Kix Brooks.

SPIN ZONE
Nothing can sink Little Big Town’s buoyant “Pontoon” right now. (And yes, I’ve got a hundred more bad puns for this one). The summer smash is cruising through a third week as the CountryBreakout Chart’s No. 1 song, even tacking on another 85 spins for good measure. Elsewhere in the top 10, Easton Corbin’s “Lovin’ You Is Fun” moves up to No. 5 and Tim McGraw’s “Truck Yeah” hops to No. 6. Miranda Lambert’s “Fastest Girl In Town” moves 11-8 and Hunter Hayes’ “Wanted” gets a big spin boost to go 14-10.

Other big movers include Carrie Underwood’s “Blown Away” which jumps from 17-13, followed by Jason Aldean’s “Take A Little Ride” at No. 14. Luke Bryan’s “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” gets a 31-27 bump, and his Capitol labelmate Dierks Bentley leaps 69-26 with “Tip It On Back.”

And hey, wasn’t there some kind of something that happened earlier this week? An announcement or something? Okay, now I’m just being silly. As expected, Taylor Swift’s shiny new single “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” makes a big dent, debuting at No. 49 only four days after its release. Also earning strong debuts are Alan Jackson with “You Go Your Way” at No. 70 and Eli Young Band with “Say Goodnight” at No. 72.

Frozen Reports: KMOK, KYEZ, KYKX, WAAG, WBYZ, WDGG, WIFE, WKWS, WTHO, WXMM, WXXK

Upcoming Singles
August 20
Flynnville Train/The One You Love/Whiskey Bent-Flying Island
Dierks Bentley/Tip It On Back/Capitol
Taylor Swift/We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together/Big Machine
Tommy Dalton/Talk Me Down

August 27
Claudia Lee/Take My Hand/CLM Enterprises
Lucky Ned Pepper/I Remember The Music/Nine North/Turnpike
Eli Young Band/Say Goodnight/Republic Nashville
Craig Morgan/More Trucks Than Cars/Black River
Tyler Farr/Hello Goodbye/Columbia
Alan Jackson/You Go Your Way/ACR/EMI Nashville

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Taylor Swift/We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together/Big Machine – 49
Alan Jackson/You Go Your Way/ACR-EMI Nashville – 70
Eli Young Band/Say Goodnight/Republic Nashville – 72
Lauren Alaina/Eighteen Inches/Mercury-19 Records – 73
Chris Weaver Band/Standing In Line/American Roots Records – 74
Maggie Rose/I Ain’t Your Mama/RPM Entertainment – 75

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Taylor Swift/We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together/Big Machine – 591
Luke Bryan/Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye/Capitol – 348
Jason Aldean/Take A Little Ride/Broken Bow – 345
Dierks Bentley/Tip It On Back/Capitol – 341
Eric Church/Creepin’/EMI Nashville – 257

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Taylor Swift/We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together/Big Machine – 42
Dierks Bentley/Tip It On Back/Capitol – 20
Alan Jackson/You Go Your Way/EMI Records Nashville – 20
Eli Young Band/Say Goodnight/Republic Nashville – 18
Luke Bryan/Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye/Capitol – 13
Clay Walker/Jesse James/Sidewalk Records – 11

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Craig Morrison/Fences/Lucky 53’s-GMV Nashville – 190
Zach Paxson/Good Luck With That/FutureGrass – 190
Aaron Watson/Raise Your Bottle/HTK Records – 182
Katie Armiger/Better In A Black Dress/Cold River – 180
Dave Russell/Where The Money Goes/Cupit – 176

John Rich was in Chicago before the taping of CW’s new show “The Next,” where he joins Joe Jonas, Nelly & Gloria Estefan as a celebrity coach. Big & Rich’s current single “That’s Why I Pray” takes CountryBreakout Chart’s No. 11 spot this week. (L-R): Larry Gatlin, WUSN’s Jeff Kapugi, Lisa Dent, WAR’s Lindsay Walleman & Rich.

Easton Corbin is on the road visiting radio to support his single “Lovin’ You Is Fun” and upcoming album All Over The Road, due Sept. 18. (L-R): WLHK HANK/Indianapolis GM Charlie Morgan; PD Bob Richards; MD Fritz Moser; Corbin; Promotions/Marketing Queen Lisa Wall; Radio Hall of Famer JD Cannon; UMG’s Chris Fabiani

 

Newcomer Stephanie Grace recently visited Dylan and Dana at WZMR/Albany NY to promote her latest single, “Hey There,” which is currently No. 78 on the CountryBreakout Chart. (L-R): Guitar Player Jason Howard, WZMR's Dylan, Stephanie Grace, and WZMR's Dana.

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