Weekly Chart Report (4/12/13)

SPIN ZONE

Black River's Kellie Pickler caught up with WXTU/Philadelphia in at the Vegas radio remotes during the ACMs. Pictured (L-R) Pickler, Razz.

Black River’s Kellie Pickler caught up with WXTU/Philadelphia in at the Vegas radio remotes during the ACMs. Pictured (L-R): Pickler, Razz.

Florida Georgia Line‘s “Get Your Shine On” takes over the top spot on MusicRow‘s CountryBreakout Chart this week, followed closely by Kenny Chesney‘s “Pirate Flag” at No. 2. Darius Rucker‘s “Wagon Wheel” rises from No. 6 to No. 3, followed by Eric Church‘s “Like Jesus Does” at No. 4. while Brantley Gilbert‘s “More Than Miles” gains two spots, settling in at No. 5. Brad Paisley‘s “Beat This Summer” charges into the Top 10 after only seven weeks on the chart, rising from No. 11 to No. 6. Miranda Lambert‘s former No. 1 single, “Mama’s Broken Heart” is a No. 7 this week. Rounding out the Top 10 are Tim McGraw w/Taylor Swift‘s “Highway Don’t Care,” which breaks into the Top 10 at No. 8, Rascal Flatts‘ “Changed,” at No. 9 and Kelly Clarkson w/ Vince Gill‘s “Don’t Rush” at No. 10.

Luke Bryan‘s “Crash My Party” is the biggest gainer this week, with 617 spins, landing at No. 47. Carrie Underwood‘s “See You Again” earned 516 additional spins to take the No. 50 slot. Blake Shelton‘s “Boys Round Here” continues to gain momentum, adding 471 spins to take up residence at No. No. 20. Hunter Hayes‘ “I Want Crazy,” is at No. 65 and gained 341 spins this week. Tim McGraw w/ Taylor Swift‘s “Highway Don’t Care” added 289 spins this week, landing at No. 8.

Bryan also had the highest debut this week with “Crash My Party” at No. 47, followed by Underwood’s “See You Again” at No. 50 and Hayes’ “I Want Crazy” at No. 65.

Frozen Playlists: KLMJ, KTTI, KVVP, WRHT, WXFL, WXXK

Upcoming Singles

April 15
Carrie Underwood/See You Again/19-Arista
Hayden Panettiere/Hypnotizing/Big Machine
Rachel Holder/Five Days/Curb
Chris Cagle/Dance Baby Dance/BPG
Casey Donahew Band/Whiskey Baby/Almost Country Entertainment
Chris Weaver Band/ So Damn Beautiful/American Roots
Tracy Delucia/Night Swim/GTR

April 19
Joanna Smith/Girls Are Crazy/RCA Nashville

April 22
Jared Ashley/Last Train to Memphis/Blaster
Eric Paslay/Friday Night/EMI Nashville
LoCash Cowboys/Chase A Little Love/Average Joes
Sins Country/Romeo and Juliette Sparks/GTR

 April 25
Steve Richard/Keep On Rollin’/Force MP

April 29
Joanna Smith/Girls Are Crazy/RCA
IMAJ/Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner/Triomphe Records

• • •

New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Luke Bryan/Crash My Party/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 47
Carrie Underwood/See You Again/Arista – 50
Hunter Hayes/I Want Crazy/Atlantic-WMN – 65

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Luke Bryan/Crash My Party/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 44
Carrie Underwood/See You Again/Arista – 43
Hunter Hayes/I Want Crazy Atlantic/WMN – 29
Little Big Town/Your Side Of The Bed/Capitol – 23
Kacey Musgraves/Blowin’ Smoke/Mercury Nashville – 13
Blake Shelton/Boys Round Here/Warner Bros. – 12
Billy Currington/Hey Girl/Mercury Nashville – 11
Justin Moore/Point At You/Valory Music Co. – 9
Drake White/The Simple Life/UMG Nashville – 8

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Luke Bryan/Crash My Party/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 617
Carrie Underwood/See You Again/Arista – 516
Blake Shelton/Boys Round Here/Warner Bros. – 471
Hunter Hayes/I Want Crazy/Atlantic-WMN – 341
Tim McGraw w/ Taylor Swift/Highway Don’t Care/Big Machine – 289

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Clinton Gregory/Too Much Ain’t Enough/Melody Roundup Music – 201
Danny Griego/I Wear My Own Kind Of Hat – 176
Jason Cassidy/Blame It On Waylon/Blake Records – 169
Hoyt Hughes/Happy Endings/BlueBolt Records – 164
Emerson Drive/She’s My Kind Of Crazy/Open Road Recordings – 160
Insightly Gmail Gadget

Show Dog Universal Music’s Krystal Keith spent some time getting to know radio while in Vegas for the ACM Awards. Pictured (L-R)Front: Marty Mitchell (WKMK/NJ); Robin Rhodes (Premiere Radio); Marci Braun (WUSN/Chicago); Keith; Kim Stewart (KSCS/Dallas); Liz Geerling (WUSN/Chicago). Back: Rick Moxley (SDU); Doug Montgomery (Premium Choice/Clear Channel); Mark Razz (WXTU/Philly); Tom Baldrica (SDU); Mike Sales (WKMK); George Nunes (SDU); Coyote Calhoun (WAMZ/Louisville); Taylor Shults (TKO Artist Management).

Show Dog Universal Music’s Krystal Keith spent some time getting to know radio while in Vegas for the ACM Awards. Pictured (L-R)Front: Marty Mitchell (WKMK/NJ); Robin Rhodes (Premiere Radio); Marci Braun (WUSN/Chicago); Keith; Kim Stewart (KSCS/Dallas); Liz Geerling (WUSN/Chicago). Back: Rick Moxley (SDU); Doug Montgomery (Premium Choice/Clear Channel); Mark Razz (WXTU/Philly); Tom Baldrica (SDU); Mike Sales (WKMK); George Nunes (SDU); Coyote Calhoun (WAMZ/Louisville); Taylor Shults (TKO Artist Management).

A toast was made in Las Vegas to celebrate award-winning singer/songwriter Lee Brice’s successful single, “I Drive Your Truck.” Pictured (L-R) Front: Kristy Osmunson/American Young, Stephanie O'Donnell (Curb Records) & Annie Sandor (Curb Records).

A toast was made in Las Vegas to celebrate award-winning singer/songwriter Lee Brice’s successful single, “I Drive Your Truck.” Pictured (L-R) Front: Kristy Osmunson/American Young, Stephanie O’Donnell (Curb Records) & Annie Sandor (Curb Records).

 

 

Comments

Powered by Facebook Comments

Follow MusicRow on Twitter

Tags:

Category: Featured, Radio

About the Author

Jessica Nicholson serves as the Managing Editor for MusicRow magazine. Her previous music journalism experience includes work with Country Weekly magazine and Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) magazine. She holds a BBA degree in Music Business and Marketing from Belmont University. She welcomes your feedback at [email protected]

View Author Profile