Weekly Chart Report (1/25/13)

SPIN ZONE

Josey Milner visited with Renegade Radio Nashville to promote her debut single, "Not Pretty Enough.” The young singer will be performing at a Renegade Radio showcase concert on February 8 at Nashville’s Hard Rock Cafe. Pictured (L-R): Josey and Captain Jack.

Josey Milner visited with Renegade Radio Nashville to promote her debut single, “Not Pretty Enough.” The young singer will be performing at a Renegade Radio showcase concert on February 8 at Nashville’s Hard Rock Cafe. Pictured (L-R): Josey and Captain Jack.

The Band Perry dug their heels in atop the MusicRow Country Breakout Chart, remaining in the No. 1 spot for a second week with “Better Dig Two.” Jason Aldean‘s “The Only Way I Know” jumps into the No. 2 position, while Gary Allan‘s “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain),” Little Big Town‘s “Tornado” and Tim McGraw‘s “One of Those Nights” round out the top five, respectively. Carrie Underwood‘s “Two Black Cadillacs” hangs steady at No. 7 for a second week, while Kacey Musgraves‘ “Merry Go Round” ups a notch from No. 9 to No. 8. New to the top ten this week is Hunter Hayes‘ “Wanted” at No. 10.

Big movers for the week include Florida Georgia Line‘s “Get You Shine On,” which leaps eight spots to 25 with 266 additional spins, Darius Rucker‘s “Wagon Wheel,” jumps from 31 to 26 (with 199 added spins), and Rascal Flatts‘ “Changed,” rises from 37 to 32 with 169 additional spins. Blake Shelton‘s “Sure Be Cool If You Did” gained an additional 357 spins this week, lifting the song from 21 to 17.

Making its debut this week, Lady Antebellum‘s “Downtown” lands at No. 61. Lonestar‘s “Maybe Someday” takes the No. 71 slot, while Ray Scott‘s “Those Jeans” debuts at No. 79.

Frozen Playlists: KBOE, KZTL, KVAY, KWWR, KYYK, WCMS

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

January 31
Kenny Chesney/Pirate Flag/Blue Chair-Columbia Nashville

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

February 11
Jake Owen/Anywhere With You/RCA
Greg Bates/Fill In The Blank/Republic Nashville

 

 

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week

Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Lady Antebellum/Downtown/Capitol – 61
Lonestar/Maybe Someday / – 71
Ray Scott/Those Jeans/Jethropolitan – 79

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Lady Antebellum/Downtown/Capitol – 26
Eric Church/Like Jesus Does/EMI Nashville – 16
Jake Owen/Anywhere With You/RCA – 15
Florida Georgia Line/Get Your Shine On/Republic Nashville – 10
Easton Corbin/All Over The Road/Mercury – 10
Lonestar/Maybe Someday – 10
The Henningsens/American Beautiful/Arista – 10
Darius Rucker/Wagon Wheel/Capitol – 7

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Lady Antebellum/Downtown/Capitol – 367
Blake Shelton/Sure Be Cool If You Did/Warner Bros. – 357
Eric Church/Like Jesus Does/EMI Nashville – 275
Florida Georgia Line/Get Your Shine On/Republic Nashville – 266
Lee Brice/I Drive Your Truck/Curb – 235

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Samantha Landrum/Hometown/Reviver-RED-BDG – 154
Hannah McNeil/I Gotta Leave You For Me / – 138
Charlie Worsham/Could It Be/WMN – 135
Phoenix Stone/100 Proof Moonshine/Stonehall – 134
Lathan Moore/Forever Man/Render Records – 117

Chris Janson recently passed through Grand Rapids, MI, to visit with WBCT in promotion of his January 22 single release, titled "Better I Don't." The lead single, preceeds his forthcoming debut album produced by Keith Stegall. Pictured (L-R): Bigger Picture Group's Chris DeCarlo, WBCT's PD Dave Taft, Chris Janson, WBCT's OMDoug Montgomery, Bigger Picture Group's Michael Powers

Chris Janson recently passed through Grand Rapids, MI, to visit with WBCT in promotion of his January 22 single release, titled “Better I Don’t.” The lead single, preceeds his forthcoming debut album produced by Keith Stegall. Pictured (L-R): Bigger Picture Group’s Chris DeCarlo, WBCT’s PD Dave Taft, Chris Janson, WBCT’s OMDoug Montgomery, Bigger Picture Group’s Michael Powers

Randy Houser has been making the media rounds this week for Jan. 22 debut release from Stoney Creek, titled How Country Feels.  Pictured here in New York City with CBS’ Live From The Couch, Houser was the first artist played on NYC's new Nash FM 94.7. Pictured (L-R): Lisa Kerney, Randy Houser, Carolina Bermudez and John Elliot.

Randy Houser has been making the media rounds this week for Jan. 22 debut release from Stoney Creek, titled How Country Feels. Pictured here in New York City with CBS’ Live From The Couch, Houser was the first artist played on NYC’s new Nash FM 94.7. Pictured (L-R): Lisa Kerney, Randy Houser, Carolina Bermudez and John Elliot.

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