Weekly Chart Report (5/17/13)

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KWNR/Las Vegas' Ransom (R) and Jojo (L) recently visited with Chris Janson before he hit the stage for Country at the Park at Mountain's Edge.

KWNR/Las Vegas’ Ransom (R) and Jojo (L) recently visited with Chris Janson before he hit the stage for Country at the Park at Mountain’s Edge.

As the temps begin to rise and summer finally arrives, Brad Paisley‘s current single ushers in warmer temps as summer finally arrives. “Beat This Summer” ranks atop the MusicRow Country Breakout chart. Last week’s No. 1 song, Tim McGraw featuring Taylor Swift‘s “Highway Don’t Care,” is at No. 2 this week, followed by The Band Perry‘s “Done” at No. 3, Blake Shelton‘s “Boys Round Here” at No. 4 and Jake Owen‘s “Anywhere With You” at No. 5. Luke Bryan‘s “Crash My Party” continues its swift climb to land at No. 6 after six weeks on the chart. The Henningsens‘ “American Beautiful” holds steady at No. 7 again this week, while Zac Brown Band‘s “Jump Right In” ups a notch to No. 8. Kip Moore‘s “Hey Pretty Girl” rises from No. 10 to No. 9, while Carrie Underwood‘s “See You Again” gains two slots to round out the Top 10.

Keith Urban returns to the chart with a new single, “Little Bit of Everything,” from his upcoming album. The song gained the most spins this week (643) to land at No. 42. Lady Antebellum‘s “Goodbye Town” is storming up the chart, jumping from No. 47 to No. 28 this week, with 520 added spins. Luke Bryan‘s “Crash My Party” gained 303 spins enough to put it in the No. 6 slot on the chart. Carrie Underwood‘s “See You Again” adds 288 spins this week, breaking into the Top 10. Chris Young‘s “Aw Naw” accumulated 270 added spins, enough to rise from No. 48 to No. 37.

Keith Urban‘s “Little Bit of Everything” is also the highest debut this week, breaking onto the chart at No. 42, followed by Branch & Dean‘s “The Dash” at No. 66, Mark Chesnutt‘s “When The Lights Go Out” at No. 75, Chuck Wicks‘ “Salt Life” at No. 77 and Tyler Barham‘s “17 & Young” at No. 80.

Frozen Playlists: WPPL, KGMN, KVVP, KXBZ, WBKR

Upcoming Singles

May 20
Ashley Monroe/You Got Me/Warner Bros.-WMN
Keith Urban/Little Bit of Everything/Capitol Nashville
Jana Kramer/I Hope It Rains/Elektra Nashville-WAR
Adrianna Freeman/Just a Girl/AFM Entertainment
David Bradley/Get A Hero Home/Gecko
Mark Bray/Let Me Know That You’re Mine/HGN

May 27
Dustin Lynch/Wild In Your Smile/BBR
John Fogerty w/ Miranda Lambert feat. Tom Morello/Wrote A Song For Everyone/Vanguard
Ali Dee/It Ain’t/Diamond Dee
Alexandra Lee/Dancin’ Round the Fire/Wild Blue Records
Jordan Anderson/You Aint Ready For Me/GTD

May 28
David Nail/Whatever She’s Got/MCA Nashville

June 3
Love and Theft/If You Ever Get Lonely/RCA Nashville
Lydia Hollis/All For You/HMG
Chelsea Bane/James Dean/Jobe
Steve Richard/Keep On Rollin’/Force MP

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

July 8
Downday/Back In The Day/Render

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Keith Urban/Little Bit Of Everything/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 42
Branch & Dean/The Dash/SSM Nashville – 66
Mark Chesnutt/When The Lights Go Out/Nada Dinero – 75
Chuck Wicks/Salt Life/Chuck Wicks – 77
Tyler Barham/17 & Young/YN Records – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Keith Urban/Little Bit Of Everything/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 46
Lady Antebellum/Goodbye Town/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 33
Chris Young/Aw Naw/RCA Nashville – 19
Trace Adkins f. Colbie Caillat/Watch The World End/Show Dog-Universal – 15
Branch & Dean/The Dash/SSM Nashville – 14
Lee Brice/Parking Lot Party/Curb – 13
Thomas Rhett/It Goes Like This/Valory Music Group – 12
Love and Theft/If You Ever Get Lonely/RCA Nashville – 10

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Keith Urban/Little Bit Of Everything/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 643
Lady Antebellum/Goodbye Town/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 520
Luke Bryan/Crash My Party/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 303
Carrie Underwood/See You Again/Arista – 288
Chris Young/Aw Naw/RCA Nashville – 270

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Amber Hayes/Any Day Is A Good Day/GMV Nashville-A-OK Entertainment – 211
Steve Richard/Keep On Rollin’/Force MP – 204
SaraBeth/Kickin’ And Screamin’/Circle S Records – 202
Jason Cassidy/Blame It On Waylon/Blake Records – 196
Shelley Laine/Born Again American/SLG – 192

Streamsound Records’ Dakota Bradley made a recent visit to WUSN/Chicago in support of his current single, "Somethin' Like Somethin,” available May 14th. Pictured (L-R): Jeff Kapugi (WUSN/Chicago, PD), Dakota Bradley, Marci Braun (WUSN/Chicago, MD) and Mike Culotta (Streamsound).

Streamsound Records’ Dakota Bradley made a recent visit to WUSN/Chicago in support of his current single, “Somethin’ Like Somethin,” available May 14. Pictured (L-R): Jeff Kapugi (WUSN/Chicago, PD), Dakota Bradley, Marci Braun (WUSN/Chicago, MD) and Mike Culotta (Streamsound).

The Band Perry visited with KKGO before the finale of American Idol. Pictured (L-R) Reid Perry, Kimberly Perry, Shawn Parr and Neil Perry.

The Band Perry visited with KKGO before the finale of ‘American Idol’. Pictured (L-R): Reid Perry, Kimberly Perry, Shawn Parr and Neil Perry.

 

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