Weekly Chart Report (4/26/13)

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Show Dog Universal’s Joel Crouse recently shared his debut single, “If You Want Some” with KWOF PD, Jonathan Wilde.

Show Dog Universal’s Joel Crouse recently shared his debut single, “If You Want Some” with KWOF PD, Jonathan Wilde.

Darius Rucker‘s infectious hit “Wagon Wheel,” featuring the members of Lady Antebellum on background vocals, topped the MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart this week. Eric Church‘s “Like Jesus Does” comes in at No. 2, followed by Tim McGraw with Taylor Swift‘s “Highway Don’t Care” and Kenny Chesney‘s former No. 1 “Pirate Flag,” at No. 3 and No. 4, respectively. Brantley Gilbert‘s “More Than Miles” holds at No. 5 again this week, while The Band Perry‘s “Done” rises from No. 8 to No. 6. Jake Owen‘s “Anywhere With You” ups one notch from No. 9 to No. 8. The Henningsens‘ “American Beautiful” breaks into the Top 10 this week, while Kelly Clarkson featuring Vince Gill‘s “Don’t Rush” remains at No. 10.

Luke Bryan has brought quite the party to the charts–his single, “Crash My Party,” is the greatest gainer again this week, with 516 spins, jumping from No. 26 to No. 16. Carrie Underwood‘s “See You Again”  rises from No. 30 to No. 23, with additional 426 spins. Underwood’s tourmate, Hunter Hayes,” has his own swiftly rising single with “I Want Crazy” climbing from No. 40 to No 31. Little Big Town‘s “Your Side of The Bed” jumps from No. 33 to No. 27, while Blake Shelton‘s “Boys Round Here” rises two spots from No. 14 to No. 12 this week.

Eric Paslay has the top debut this week with “Friday Night” at No. 55, followed by Lee Brice‘s “Parking Lot Party” at No. 68, Joanna Smith‘s “Girls Are Crazy” at No. 73, Chris Cagle‘s “Dance Baby Dance” at No. 77 and Casey Donahew Band‘s “Whiskey Baby” at No. 79.
Frozen Playlists:  WWBE, WOOZ, KWEY, WDHR, WRHT

 

Upcoming Singles

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
Dakota Bradley/Somethin’ Like Somethin’/Streamsound
David Shelby/Kick A Little Dirt Around/Highway South
Morgan Frazier/Yellow Brick Road/Sidewalk

May 6
Scotty McCreery/See You Tonight/Mercury-19-Interscope
Chuck Wicks/Salt Life/McGhee
Thomas Rhett/It Goes Like This/Valory

May 13
Joe Nichols/Sunny and 75/Red Bow
Chris Young/Aw Naw/RCA

June 16
Travis Tritt (feat. Tyler Reese)/Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Eric Paslay/Friday Night/EMI Nashville – 55
Lee Brice/Parking Lot Party/Curb – 68
Joanna Smith/Girls Are Crazy/RCA Nashville – 73
Chris Cagle/Dance Baby Dance/Bigger Picture Group – 77
Casey Donahew Band/Whiskey Baby – 79

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Eric Paslay/Friday Night/EMI Nashville – 24
Hunter Hayes/I Want Crazy Atlantic/WMN – 17
Lee Brice/Parking Lot Party/Curb – 14
Carrie Underwood/See You Again/Arista – 13
Luke Bryan/Crash My Party/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 13
Little Big Town/Your Side Of The Bed/Capitol – 12
Chris Weaver Band/So Damn Beautiful/Tygart Music – 12
Steve Richard/Keep On Rollin’/Force MP – 12
Kacey Musgraves/Blowin’ Smoke/Mercury Nashville – 10
Thomas Rhett/It Goes Like This/Valory Music Group – 10

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Luke Bryan/Crash My Party/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 516
Carrie Underwood/See You Again/Arista – 426
Hunter Hayes/I Want Crazy/Atlantic-WMN – 404
Little Big Town/Your Side Of The Bed/Capitol – 307
Blake Shelton/Boys Round Here/Warner Bros. – 305

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Emerson Drive/She’s My Kind Of Crazy/Open Road Recordings – 171
Jason Cassidy/Blame It On Waylon/Blake Records – 157
Breelan Angel/It’s My Turn/MisBhavin’ – 155
Scotty McCreery/See You Tonight/19 Ent.-Mercury – 154
Katie Armiger/Playin’ With Fire/Cold River – 145

 

Blaster Record’s Jared Ashley recently visited WGAR in Cleveland for a visit and performance to promote his latest single, "Last Train To Memphis." Pictured (L-R): Dave Collins (Blaster Records), Jared Ashley, Charley Connolly (PD, WGAR), Tom Porter (CEO, Blaster Entertainment), Dan Barbera (Management, Blaster).

Blaster Record’s Jared Ashley recently visited WGAR in Cleveland for a visit and performance to promote his latest single, “Last Train To Memphis.” Pictured (L-R): Dave Collins (Blaster Records), Jared Ashley, Charley Connolly (PD, WGAR), Tom Porter (CEO, Blaster Entertainment), Dan Barbera (Management, Blaster).

LandStar Entertainment's Adam Fears visited the staff at WUSY Chattanooga and performed his new single "There's a Girl Out There.” Pictured (L-R): Cowboy Kyle, Styckman, Gator Harrison, Adam Fears, Melissa Wagner, Bill "Dex" Poindexter.

LandStar Entertainment’s Adam Fears visited the staff at WUSY Chattanooga and performed his new single “There’s a Girl Out There.” Pictured (L-R): Cowboy Kyle, Styckman, Gator Harrison, Adam Fears, Melissa Wagner, Bill “Dex” Poindexter.

 

 

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