Weekly Chart Report (3/1/13)

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Sidewalk Records' Morgan Frazier (L) recently visited with Stephanie Crist (R) from 97-3 The Dawg in Lafayette, LA.

Sidewalk Records’ Morgan Frazier (L) recently visited with Stephanie Crist (R) from 97-3 The Dawg in Lafayette, LA.

With her debut single, “Merry Go Round,” Kacey Musgraves has etched her first No. 1 on the MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart. Blake Shelton‘s “Sure Be Cool If You Did” takes up residence at No. 2, while Lee Brice‘s ballad “I Drive Your Truck” ups a notch to No. 3. Taylor Swift‘s “Begin Again,” previously a No. 1 single, is at No. 4 this week. Toby Keith‘s “Hope On The Rocks” holds on strong at No. 5 again this week. Rounding out the Top 10 are Chris Young‘s “I Can Take It From There” at No. 6, Hunter Hayes‘ “Somebody’s Heartbreak” at No. 7, Miranda Lambert‘s “Mama’s Broken Heart” at No. 8, Lady Antebellum‘s “Downtown,” which breaks into the Top 10 this week at No. 9 and George Strait‘s “Give It All We Got” at No. 10.

Jason Aldean‘s “1994” is the biggest gainer this week, hitting the chart full-throttle with 233 added spins. The Band Perry‘s “Done” earned an increase of 195 spins, while Brad Paisley‘s “Beat This Summer” gained 194 spins. Zac Brown Band‘s “Jump Right In” added 161 spins, and Gary Allan‘s “Pieces” with 146 additional spins.

Zac Brown Band‘s “Jump Right In” makes its debut this week at No. 71, while The Band Perry‘s “Done” lands at No. 77 and Brad Paisley‘s “Beat This Summer” opens at No. 78.

Frozen Playlists: KWWR, KMOK, WZZS, WTCM, WBYZ, WWBE, WOKA, KVWF, WTHO, KFAV, WIFE, KXIA, WKDZ, WDGG, WMEV, WTRS, KWOX, KCNY, WJVL, KGMN, WDHR, KDKD, KDOL, KDXY, KIAI, KITX, KKAJ, KKOW, KMGO, KVVP, KXBZ, KXKZ, KYTN, WAAG, WKWS, WPPL, WXXK

Upcoming Singles

March 4
Brad Paisley/Beat The Summer/Arista Nashville
Randy Houser/Runnin’ Outta Moonlight/Stoney Creek

March 11
Jason Aldean/1994/BBR
Jon Pardi/Up All Night/Capitol
The Band Perry/Done/Republic Nashville
Sheryl Crow/Easy/Old Green Barn-Sea Gayle-Warner Bros.-WMN
Tate Stevens/Power Of A Love Song/Syco Music-RCA
Billy Dean/I Can’t Leave A Good Thing/Rainman-Flying Island
Erica Nicole/Better Beer/Heaven-Nine North-Turnpike
Tobacco Rd. Band (Feat. Colt Ford)/That’s Country/Turnpike-Big Southern

March  18
Justin Moore/Point At You/Valory
Phil Vassar/Love Is Alive/Rodeowave

 

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Zac Brown Band/Jump Right In/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 71
The Band Perry/Done/Republic Nashville – 77
Brad Paisley/Beat This Summer/Arista Nashville – 78

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Jason Aldean/1994/Broken Bow Records – 18
The Band Perry/Done/Republic Nashville – 16
Brad Paisley/Beat This Summer/Arista Nashville – 15
Zac Brown Band/Jump Right In/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 13
Gary Allan/Pieces/MCA Nashville – 12
Tim McGraw w/ Taylor Swift/Highway Don’t Care/Big Machine – 11
Justin Moore/Point At You/Valory Music Co. – 6

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Jason Aldean/1994/Broken Bow – 233
The Band Perry/Done/Republic Nashville – 195
Brad Paisley/Beat This Summer/Arista Nashville – 194
Zac Brown Band/Jump Right In/Southern Ground/Atlantic – 161
Gary Allan/Pieces/MCA – 146

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Jordan Anderson/Toxic/GTR – 180
Jaida Dreyer/Half Broke Horses/Streamsound – 174
Stephanie Grace/Would U Be Mine/SMG – 173
Smokey River Boys/All Pure Country/Platinum Plus – 170
Joe Bachman/Small Town Rock Stars/Joe Bachman – 163

Show Dog Universal Music’s Joel Crouse (L) made a recent pit stop on the west coast at KKGO to visit with PD Tonya Campos (R) in support of his debut single, “If You Want Some.”

Show Dog Universal Music’s Joel Crouse (L) made a recent pit stop on the west coast at KKGO to visit with PD Tonya Campos (R) in support of his debut single, “If You Want Some.”

Atlantic/WMN’s Hunter Hayes recently paid a visit to KKWF on top of the Hard Rock in Seattle. Pictured (L-R): Kevin Herring (VP of Promotion WMN), Mike Preston (KKWF PD), Hunter Hayes, Wingnut (KKWF MD), Deanna Lee (KKWF Assistant MD), and Rick Young (West Coast Regional WMN).

Atlantic/WMN’s Hunter Hayes recently paid a visit to KKWF on top of the Hard Rock in Seattle. Pictured (L-R): Kevin Herring (VP of Promotion WMN), Mike Preston (KKWF PD), Hunter Hayes, Wingnut (KKWF MD), Deanna Lee (KKWF Assistant MD), and Rick Young (West Coast Regional WMN).

 

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