Weekly Chart Report (5/31/13)

SPIN ZONE

Chris Stapleton has been on the road promoting his upcoming Universal Nashville release. Pictured (L-R): Jill Brunett, Chris Stapleton, Travis Moon (PD of KAJA/San Antonio); Bree Wagner (MD of KAJA).

Chris Stapleton has been on the road promoting his upcoming Universal Nashville release. Pictured (L-R): Jill Brunett, Chris Stapleton, Travis Moon (PD of KAJA/San Antonio); Bree Wagner (MD of KAJA).

The Band Perry‘s “Done” made a swift ascent to the pinnacle of the MusicRow charts this week, reaching the penthouse after 14 weeks on the chart. Blake Shelton‘s “Boys Round Here” is close behind at No. 2 after only 10 weeks on the chart. Meanwhile, Luke Bryan‘s “Crash My Party” seems to be crashing everyone else’s party as it sails upward, reaching No. 3 in only eight weeks. The Henningsens‘ “American Beautiful” keeps its stubborn hold in the Top 10, jumping from No. 6 to No. 4. Zac Brown Band‘s “Jump Right In” lands at No. 5. Rounding out the Top 10 this week is Jake Owen‘s former No. 1 single “Anywhere With You,” which lands at No. 6, Carrie Underwood‘s “See You Again” at No. 7, Kip Moore‘s “Hey Pretty Girl” at No. 8, Justin Moore‘s “Point At You” at No. 9 and Randy Houser‘s “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight” at No. 10.

The greatest gainer this week is Keith Urban‘s “Little Bit of Everything,” which earned 474 added spins this week, jumping from No. 27 to No. 20. Florida Georgia Line‘s “Round Here” gained 404 spins, enough to land at No. 44. Lady Antebellum‘s “Goodbye Town” accumulated 349 additional spins, rising from No. 20 to No. 18 this week. Dierks Bentley‘s new single, “Bourbon in Kentucky” (featuring Kacey Musgraves on background vocals), gained 290 additional spins this week, debuting at No. 69. Meanwhile, Chris Young‘s “Aw Naw” earned 248 added spins, rising from No. 31 to No. 28.

Florida Georgia Line‘s “Round Here” is this week’s highest debut, landing at No. 32, followed by Kellie Pickler‘s “Someone, Somewhere Tonight” at No. 60, Dierks Bentley‘s “Bourbon In Kentucky” at No. 69, Thompson Square‘s “Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About” at No. 70 and The Sins Country‘s “Romeo and Juliet Sparks” at No. 72.

Frozen Playlists: KVAY, KMOK, KBXB, KZTL, WAAG, WBKR, WLJE, KXKZ

Upcoming Singles

June 3
Love and Theft/If You Ever Get Lonely/RCA Nashville
B.J. Thomas (feat. Vince Gill)/I Just Can’t Help Believing/Wrinkled
Florida Georgia Line/Round Here/Republic Nashville
Lauren Alaina/Barefoot and Buckwild/19-Interscope-Mercury
Tyler Barham/17 & Young/YN
Lydia Hollis/All For You/HMG
Chelsea Bane/James Dean/Jobe
Steve Richard/Keep On Rollin’/Force MP

June 10
Thompson Square/Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking/Stoney Creek
Kenny Chesney/When I See This Bar/Blue Chair-Columbia Nashville
Dierks Bentley/Bourbon In Kentucky/Capitol Nashville
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 17
Travis Tritt (feat. Tyler Reese)/Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough
Andy Gibson/Best Thing/Curb
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.
Florida Georgia Line/Round Here/Republic Nashville – 44
Kellie Pickler/Someone, Somewhere Tonight/Black River – 60
Dierks Bentley/Bourbon In Kentucky/Capitol Nashville – 69
Thompson Square/Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About/Stoney Creek – 70
The Sins Country/Romeo and Juliet Sparks/GTR – 72

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Florida Georgia Line/Round Here/Republic Nashville – 32
Dierks Bentley/Bourbon In Kentucky/Capitol Nashville – 24
Keith Urban/Little Bit Of Everything/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 15
Kellie Pickler/Someone, Somewhere Tonight/Black River – 14
Chris Young/Aw Naw/RCA Nashville – 11
Thompson Square/Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinking About/Stoney Creek – 10
Taylor Made/That’s How I Roll/LG Records – 9

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Keith Urban/Little Bit Of Everything/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 474
Florida Georgia Line/Round Here/Republic Nashville – 404
Lady Antebellum/Goodbye Town/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 349
Dierks Bentley/Bourbon In Kentucky/Capitol Nashville – 290
Chris Young/Aw Naw/RCA Nashville – 248

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
David Nail/Whatever She’s Got/MCA Nashville – 186
Parmalee/Carolina/Stoney Creek Records – 185
Randy Rogers Band/Fuzzy/UMG Nashville – 184
Erica Nicole/Better Beer/Heaven-Nine North-Turnpike – 182
Dustin Lynch/Wild In Your Smile/Broken Bow Records – 181

 

Kenny Chesney met with radio prior to his ‘No Shoes Nation’ tour at Fed Ex Field on May 25. Pictured (L-R): David Friedman (Columbia Nashville); Charlie Cook (‘MusicRow’ Columnist and West Virginia Broadcasting VP/Programming); Meg Stevens (Clear Channel Washington-Baltimore OM); Chesney; Don Brake (WFRE Frederick PD); Jon Zellner (SVP/Programming); Paul Donovan (WMZQ Washington DC APD/MD); Scot Michaels (Morris Management Promo Rep.)

Kenny Chesney met with radio prior to his ‘No Shoes Nation’ tour at Fed Ex Field on May 25. Pictured (L-R): David Friedman (Columbia Nashville); Charlie Cook (‘MusicRow’ Columnist and West Virginia Broadcasting VP/Programming); Meg Stevens (Clear Channel Washington-Baltimore OM); Chesney; Don Brake (WFRE Frederick PD); Jon Zellner (SVP/Programming); Paul Donovan (WMZQ Washington DC APD/MD); Scot Michaels (Morris Management Promo Rep.)

Kellie Pickler stopped by SiriusXM’s Nashville studio after her successful run on Dancing With The Stars to promote her latest single, "Someone Somewhere Tonight." Pictured (L-R):  Gordon Kerr (Black River); John Marks (SiriusXM); Kellie Pickler; Storme Warren (SiriusXM); and Black River's Greg McCarn, Brian Rhoades and Bill Macky.

Kellie Pickler stopped by SiriusXM’s Nashville studio after her successful run on Dancing With The Stars to promote her latest single, “Someone Somewhere Tonight.” Pictured (L-R): Gordon Kerr (Black River); John Marks (SiriusXM); Kellie Pickler; Storme Warren (SiriusXM); and Black River’s Greg McCarn, Brian Rhoades and Bill Macky.

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