Weekly Chart Report (10/19/12)

After MidNite host and Dale Franklin Awards emcee Blair Garner (L) recently sat down with Darius Rucker to talk about his forthcoming CD and his recent Grand Ole Opry induction.

SPIN ZONE
The girl may have gotten away, but Jake Owen finishes first in the latest MusicRow chart. “The One That Got Away” is the latest in a string of hit singles for the RCA Nashville star, and its journey up the chart took a steady 24 weeks. He’s followed by Eric Church’s “Creepin’,” Lee Brice’s “Hard to Love,” Rascal Flatts’ “Come Wake Me Up,” and Greg Bates’ “Did It For the Girl.” Also on the rise: Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise” at No. 6, Toby Keith’s “I Like Girls That Drink Beer” at No. 7, Dierks Bentley’s “Tip It On Back” at No. 9, and Kip Moore’s “Beer Money” at No. 10. That’s a lot of drinking in the top 10.

Josh Turner (L) dropped by the KKGO/Los Angeles studios and chatted with Shawn Parr. Turner’s rising single “Find Me A Baby” lands “On Deck” this week.

Elsewhere we’ve got a few strong female singles on the way, led by Taylor Swift’s “Begin Again” at No. 21. Newcomer Kacey Musgraves has also got quite a buzz going with “Merry Go Round,” which moves to No. 26. One slot behind her at No. 27 is Kelleigh Bannen’s “Sorry on the Rocks,” which was recently played to enthusiastic response at the annual Capitol Street Party.

After a couple weeks of molasses-slow movement on the chart, there are a whole boatload of new singles. Chris Young is first among them with “I Can Take It From There” at No. 59. Joanna Mosca’s “Dream On Savannah” pops in at No. 71, followed by LiveWire’s “Lies” at No. 73, and Hunter Hayes’ “Somebody’s Heartbreak” at No. 75 poised to make a big impact next week. Additionally, there are first appearances by Michelle Cupit’s “I Know You’re Lying (Your Lips Are Moving),” One Night Rodeo’s “Real Good,” Lucky Ned Pepper’s “I Remember the Music,” and Tracy Lawrence’s “Stop Drop & Roll.”

Frozen Playlists: KGMN, KVVP, KZTL, WAKG, WBYZ, WXMM

 

Upcoming Singles
October 22
Hunter Hayes/Somebody’s Heartbreak/Atlantic-WMN
Josh Abbott Band/I’ll Sing About Mine/PDT-Atlantic-WMN
Sarah Darling/Home To Me/Black River
Sweetwater Rain/Starshine/Curb
Bill Gentry/Hell and Half of Georgia/Tenacity Records

October 25
Lathan Moore/Forever Man/Render

October 29
Thompson Square/If I Didn’t Have You/Stoney Creek
Jerrod Niemann/Only God Could Love You More/Sea Gayle-Arista
Hayden Panettiere/Telescope/Big Machine

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Chris Young/I Can Take It From There/RCA Nashville – 59
Joanna Mosca/Dream On Savannah/Dolce Diva Music – 71
LiveWire/Lies/Way Out West — 73
Hunter Hayes/Somebody’s Heartbreak/Atlantic-WMN – 75
Michelle Cupit/I Know You’re Lying (Your Lips Are Moving)/Cupit – 77
One Night Rodeo/Real Good/Fox Hill Records – 78
Lucky Ned Pepper/I Remember The Music/Nine North – 79
Tracy Lawrence/Stop, Drop, & Roll/Lawrence Music Group – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Hunter Hayes/Somebody’s Heartbreak/Atlantic-WMN – 17
Tracy Lawrence/Stop, Drop, & Roll/Lawrence Music Group – 16
Brantley Gilbert/More Than Miles/The Valory Music Co. – 15
Chris Young/I Can Take It From There/RCA Nashville – 15
Gary Allan/Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)/MCA – 15
Montgomery Gentry/I’ll Keep The Kids/Average Joes – 14
Michael Dean Church/Still Not Over You/MDC – 12
Tyler Farr/Hello Goodbye/Columbia Nashville – 12
Uncle Kracker/Nobody’s Sad On A Saturday Night/EMI Nashville/Sugar Hill – 11
Eric Lee Beddingfield/That Ol’ Outlaw Song/Rebel Dawg – 11
Kacey Musgraves/Merry Go Round/Mercury – 11
Taylor Swift/Begin Again/Big Machine – 11
Faith Hill/American Heart/Warner Bros. – 10
Little Big Town/Tornado/Capitol – 10
Love & Theft/Running Out Of Air/RCA Nashville – 10

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Taylor Swift/Begin Again/Big Machine – 463
Brad Paisley/Southern Comfort Zone/Arista Nashville – 404
Zac Brown Band/Goodbye In Her Eyes/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 380
Gary Allan/Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)/MCA – 358
Little Big Town/Tornado/Capitol – 339

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Randy Rogers Band/One More Sad Song/MCA Nashville – 171
Logan Mize/Good Life/Big Yellow Dog – 170
Brantley Gilbert/More Than Miles/Valory – 165
Brinn Black/That Should Have Been Us/SMG – 154
Craig Campbell/Outta My Head/Bigger Picture – 151
Josh Turner/Find Me A Baby/MCA – 144

Casey James recently stopped by Philadelphia’s WXTU before his show at XFinity Live. His “Crying On A Suitcase” takes the MusicRow Chart's No. 16 spot this week. Pictured (L-R): Casey; WXTU APD/MD Mark Razz and Columbia’s David Friedman and the wonderfully pink "Skully."

Maggie Rose, Jana Kramer and Lauren Alaina recently appeared at WQMX/Akron’s “Chicks with Picks” event to benefit Muffins for Mammograms. (L-R): Jody Wheatley (WQMX MD), Maggie Rose, Sue Wilson (WQMX AM show/PD), Jana Kramer, Lauren Alaina

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