Weekly Chart Report (5/24/13)

SPIN ZONE

WKLB – Boston celebrated its 20th Birthday with Brad Paisley and The Henningsen’s on the ‘Beat This Summer’ tour this past weekend where music director, Ginny Rogers was presented with a cake.  (cake say “Happy 20thBirthday, You’ll never Beat This Summer! Love, Brad and The Henningsen’s”)

WKLB – Boston celebrated its 20th Birthday with Brad Paisley and The Henningsen’s on the ‘Beat This Summer’ tour this past weekend where music director, Ginny Rogers was presented with a cake. (cake say “Happy 20thBirthday, You’ll never Beat This Summer! Love, Brad and The Henningsen’s”)

Jake Owen tops the MusicRow Country Breakout Charts this week with “Anywhere With You,” which tallied 3393 spins this week, followed closely by The Band Perry‘s “Done” with 3334 spins. Blake Shelton‘s “Boys Round Here” ups a notch from No. 4 to No. 3, while Luke Bryan‘s “Crash My Party” rises from No. 6 to No. 4 this week. Brad Paisley‘s former No. 1 single, “Beat This Summer” rounds out the Top 5. The Henningsens‘ “American Beautiful” continues a steady climb, landing at No. 6, followed by Zac Brown Band‘s “Jump Right In” at No. 7, Kip Moore‘s “Hey Pretty Girl” at No. 8, Carrie Underwood‘s “See You Again” at No. 9 and Justin Moore‘s “Point At You” at No. 10.

Keith Urban‘s latest single “Little Bit of Everything” is the greatest gainer this week, earning 593 additional spins and landing at No. 27. Lady Antebellum‘s “Goodbye Town” gained 521 spins to sit at No. 20, followed by Jake Owen‘s “Anywhere With You.” The song’s 267 added spins were enough to launch “Anywhere With You” into the No. 1 spot this week. Brett Eldredge‘s “Don’t Ya” accumulated 260 added spins to land at No. 25, while Chris Young‘s “Aw Naw” added 255 spins, reaching No. 31. Independent artist Branch & Dean‘s “The Dash” is making fast inroads, dashing from No. 66 to No. 46 this week in only its second week on the chart, gaining 179 additional spins.

Love and Theft‘s “If You Ever Get Lonely” has the highest debut this week, at No. 69, followed by Amber Hayes‘ “Any Day Is A Good Day” at No. 70, SaraBeth‘s “Kickin’ and Screamin'” at No. 74 and Steve Richard‘s “Keep On Rollin'” at No. 75.

Frozen Playlists: KSED, KMKS, KVVP, KWEY, KXKZ, KZTL

Upcoming Singles

May 27
David Nail/Whatever She’s Got/MCA Nashville
Kellie Pickler/Someone Somewhere Tonight/Black River
Dustin Lynch/Wild In Your Smile/BBR
Ali Dee/It Ain’t/Diamond Dee
Alexandra Lee/Dancin’ Round the Fire/Wild Blue Records
Jordan Anderson/You Aint Ready For Me/GTD

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

 

Dustin Lynch recently visited with WWKA/Orlando’s Ashley with Broken Bow’s Scotty O'Brien. Pictured (L-R): Dustin Lynch, Ashley (AJ and Ashley), Scotty O’Brien

Dustin Lynch recently visited with WWKA/Orlando’s Ashley with Broken Bow’s Scotty O’Brien. Pictured (L-R): Dustin Lynch, Ashley (AJ and Ashley), Scotty O’Brien

June 10
Thompson Square/Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking/Stoney Creek
Cassadee Pope/Wasting All These Tears/Republic Nashville
Andy Ross/Cold Dead Hand/Buck Shot Collective
Elizabeth Lyons/Everything Tonight/Roar Records
Sawyer Brown/Shadows of the Heartland/Beach Street Records
Greg Susoreny/Gently Breathe/Aqua Blue
Denae Gardner/Sound Of A Woman Sayin’ Goodbye/4D Records

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

June 17
Wynn Varble/Freak Show/Steele Mansion Records

July 8
Downday/Back In The Day/Render

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Love and Theft/If You Ever Get Lonely/RCA Nashville – 69
Amber Hayes/Any Day Is A Good Day/GMV Nashville/A-OK Entertainment – 70
SaraBeth/Kickin’ And Screamin’/Circle S Records – 74
Steve Richard/Keep On Rollin’/Force MP – 75

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Keith Urban/Little Bit Of Everything/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 34
Lady Antebellum/Goodbye Town/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 19
Love and Theft/If You Ever Get Lonely/RCA Nashville – 17
Kellie Pickler/Someone, Somewhere Tonight/Black River – 16
Joe Nichols/Sunny and 75/Red Bow – 13
Thompson Square/Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About/Stoney Creek – 13
Chris Young/Aw Naw/RCA Nashville – 12
Trace Adkins f. Colbie Caillat/Watch The World End/Show Dog-Universal – 10

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Keith Urban/Little Bit Of Everything/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 593
Lady Antebellum/Goodbye Town/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 521
Jake Owen/Anywhere With You/RCA – 267
Brett Eldredge/Don’t Ya/Atlantic-WMN – 260
Chris Young/Aw Naw/RCA Nashville – 255

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
The Sins Country/Romeo and Juliet Sparks/GTR – 218
Shelley Laine/Born Again American/SLG – 215
Kellie Pickler/Someone, Somewhere Tonight/Black River – 185
Jana Kramer/I Hope It Rains/Warner Bros. – 183
Randy Rogers Band/Fuzzy/UMG Nashville – 181

Opie & Anthony’s SiriusXM show invited Trace Adkins, Colin Quinn, Guy Fieri, and Tom Papa on air in New York City on Friday, May 17. Pictured (L-R): Colin Quinn, Guy Fieri, SiriusXM host Anthony Cumia, Trace Adkins, SiriusXM host Opie Hughes, Tom Papa. Photo: Erik Nagel

Opie & Anthony’s SiriusXM show invited Trace Adkins, Colin Quinn, Guy Fieri, and Tom Papa on air in New York City on Friday, May 17. Pictured (L-R): Colin Quinn, Guy Fieri, SiriusXM host Anthony Cumia, Trace Adkins, SiriusXM host Opie Hughes, Tom Papa. Photo: Erik Nagel

 

 

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