Weekly Chart Report (1/18/13)

Tyler Farr recently visited with WGNA PD Tom Jacobsen in Albany during his acoustic tour. Farr’s “Redneck Crazy is expected as an upcoming single from the Columbia Nashville singer.

Tyler Farr recently visited WGNA’s PD Tom Jacobsen in Albany during an acoustic tour. Farr’s “Redneck Crazy” is expected as the next release from the Columbia Nashville singer.

SPIN ZONE
The Band Perry tops the chart this week at No. 1 with “Better Dig Two” after only nine weeks running. The sibling trio succeeds Little Big Town‘s “Tornado,” which topped the chart last week, now landing at No. 2. Gary Allan‘s “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)” climbs a spot to No. 3 while Jason Aldean‘s “The Only Way I Know” sits at No. 4. Rounding out the top five, Taylor Swift‘s “Begin Again” jumps two places this week to No. 5. New to the top ten this week are Tim McGraw‘s “One Of Those Nights,” leaping from No. 11 to No. 6; Carrie Underwood‘s “Two Black Cadillacs,” jumping six spots to No. 7; and Kacey Musgraves‘ “Merry Go Round,” which lands at No. 9.

Blake Shelton‘s “Sure Be Cool If You Did” at No. 21 was the top mover this week with 677 additional spins. Miranda Lambert‘s “Mama’s Broken Heart” at No. 25 gained another 603 spins while Eric Church‘s “Like Jesus Does” added 503 spins and lands at No. 44. All three top movers are in their second week on the chart.

Debuts this week were plentiful. Nine newcomers were added to the chart, including Andy Griggs‘ “Twenty Little Angels” at No. 62. Jake Owen followed with his “Anywhere With You” at No. 66, Josh Pruno‘s “23rd Psalm” took No. 67 and Kip Moore‘s “Hey Pretty Girl” occupies the No. 68 slot. Train‘s “Bruises” (feat. Ashley Monroe) also was among the debuts this week appearing on the chart at No. 74.

Frozen Playlists: KTHK, WBYZ, WCMS, WDHR

Upcoming Singles
January 22
Florida Georgia Line/Get Your Shine On/Republic Nashville
Lonestar/Maybe Someday/Tenacity
Chris Janson/Better I Don’t/Bigger Picture
Train feat. Ashley Monroe/Bruises/Crush-Columbia-9 North
Kelly Parkes/As Good As Me/Ocala

January 24
John Karl/That’s What I Believe
Andy Griggs/Don’t Let Go

January 28
Eric Church/Like Jesus Does/EMI
Billy Ray Cyrus/Hillbilly Heart (Keeping It Country)/Blue Cadillac
Blackberry Smoke/Pretty Little Lie/Southern Ground

February 4
Joel Crouse/If You Want Some/Show Dog–Universal
Kendall Phillips/You Should Know/HMG-Stellar Vision

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Andy Griggs/Twenty Little Angels/Little Hannel Records-Spin Doctors Music Group – 62
Jake Owen/Anywhere With You/RCA – 66
Josh Pruno/23rd Psalm/Lawrence Music Group – 67
Kip Moore/Hey Pretty Girl/MCA – 68
Train (feat. Ashley Monroe)/Bruises/Columbia – 74
Summer Schappell/It Ought To Be a Sin/615 Records – 76
Aaron Watson/Lips – 78
Drankmore/You Got To Me/Back Lounge – 79
The Farm/Be Grateful/Warner Nashville – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Eric Church/Like Jesus Does/EMI Nashville – 39
Miranda Lambert/Mama’s Broken Heart/RCA – 26
Blake Shelton/Sure Be Cool If You Did/Warner Bros. – 24
Florida Georgia Line/Get Your Shine On/Republic Nashville – 24
Jake Owen/Anywhere With You/RCA – 23
The Henningsens/American Beautiful/Arista – 22
Darius Rucker/Wagon Wheel/Capitol – 21
Rascal Flatts/Changed/Big Machine – 18
Easton Corbin/All Over The Road/Mercury – 16

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Blake Shelton/Sure Be Cool If You Did/Warner Bros. – 677
Miranda Lambert/Mama’s Broken Heart/RCA – 603
Eric Church/Like Jesus Does/EMI Nashville – 503
Chris Young/I Can Take It From There/RCA Nashville – 462
Darius Rucker/Wagon Wheel/Capitol – 445

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Samantha Landrum/Hometown/Reviver-RED-BDG – 149
Lonestar/Maybe Someday – 139
Big & Rich/Party Like Cowboyz/Warner – 135
Phoenix Stone/100 Proof Moonshine/Stonehall – 132
Hannah McNeil/I Gotta Leave You For Me – 117

Brett Eldredge Visited with WGTY staff to promote his latest single, “Don’t Ya.” A music video for the song was recently shot in Nashville. Pictured (L-R): Katie Bright, Scott Donato (WGTY/York) and Brett Eldredge

Brett Eldredge Visited with WGTY staff to promote his latest single, “Don’t Ya.” A music video for the song was recently shot in Nashville. Pictured (L-R): Katie Bright, Scott Donato (WGTY/York) and Brett Eldredge

Andy Griggs recently visited with WSM and Bill Cody about his new song, “Twenty Little Angels,” written for, and benefiting those involved in the Newtown tragedy. The track takes our highest debut this week at No. 62. Pictured (L-R): Al Brock (Spin Doctors Music Group President), Cathy Nakos (Andy’s manager), Andy Griggs, and Bill Cody (WSM)

Andy Griggs recently visited with WSM and Bill Cody about his new song, “Twenty Little Angels,” written for and benefiting those involved in the Newtown tragedy. The track takes our highest debut this week at No. 62. Pictured (L-R): Al Brock (Spin Doctors Music Group President), Cathy Nakos (Andy’s manager), Andy Griggs, and Bill Cody (WSM)

Lonestar met up with KSON/San Diego PD Kevin Callahan at show to benefit St. Jude, recently. A 2013 album release is expected following the reunited band's current single, "Maybe Someday," which lands On Deck this week. Pictured (L-R): Chris DeCarlo (Bigger Picture Group), Dave Taft (WBCT PD), Chris Janson, Doug Montgomery (WBCT OM), Michael Powers (Bigger Picture Group)

Lonestar met up with KSON/San Diego PD Kevin Callahan at show to benefit St. Jude recently. A 2013 album is expected to follow the reunited band’s current single, “Maybe Someday,” which lands On Deck this week. Pictured (L-R): Chris DeCarlo (Bigger Picture Group), Dave Taft (WBCT PD), Chris Janson, Doug Montgomery (WBCT OM), Michael Powers (Bigger Picture Group)

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