Weekly Chart Report (5/3/13)

SPIN ZONE

Sidewalk Records' Morgan Frazier (R) recently visited with WGGY's Jessie Roberts  (L) in promotion of her latest single, “Yellow Brick Road,” which lands On Deck this week at No. 83.

Sidewalk Records’ Morgan Frazier (R) recently visited with WGGY’s Jessie Roberts (L) in promotion of her latest single, “Yellow Brick Road,” which lands On Deck this week at No. 83.

Eric Church‘s “Like Jesus Does” rides high atop the MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart this week, with 3522 total spins. Tim McGraw (featuring Taylor Swift)’s “Highway Don’t Care” comes in at No. 2, with 3387 total spins. Last week’s chart-topper, Darius Rucker‘s “Wagon Wheel,” is still holding strong on the charts at No. 3 this week. Brad Paisley‘s warm weather-ready single, “Beat This Summer,” is at No. 4 and The Band Perry‘s “Done” ups one notch to No. 5. Jake Owen‘s “Anywhere With You” rises from No. 8 to No. 6 this week followed by Brantley Gilbert‘s “More Than Miles” at No. 7, and The Henningsens‘ “American Beautiful” at No. 8. The Top 10 adds two newcomer songs this week—Blake Shelton‘s “Boys Round Here” jumps from No. 12 to No. 9, while Jason Aldean‘s “1994” ups one spot from No. 11 to No. 10.

Luke Bryan‘s “Crash My Party” continues to dominate the added spins category for another week. The song added 423 spins, enough to rise from No. 16 to No. 14. He is followed closely by Carrie Underwood, whose “See You Again” jumped from No. 23 to No. 18 with 311 added spins. Blake Shelton‘s “Boys Round Here” gained 272 adds, enough for him to break into the Top 10 this week. Eric Paslay‘s “Friday Night” gained 250 spins rising from No. 55 to No. 41. Joanna Smith‘s “Girls Are Crazy” adds 248 spins, landing at No. 50 this week.

Thomas Rhett has the highest debut this week, with “It Goes Like This” at No. 60, followed by Chris Weaver Band‘s “So Damn Beautiful” at No. 70, Lucas Hoge‘s “Should’ve Loved” at No. 73, Scotty McCreery‘s “See You Tonight” at No. 75, Chris Young‘s “Aw Naw” at No. 78 and Jared Ashley‘s “Last Train to Memphis” at No. 79.

Frozen Playlists: KZTL, WAKG, KYKX, KGMN, KYYK

Upcoming Singles
May 6
Scotty McCreery/See You Tonight/Mercury-19-Interscope
Chuck Wicks/Salt Life/McGhee
Thomas Rhett/It Goes Like This/Valory
Amber Hayes/Any Day is a Good Day/A OK

May 13
Joe Nichols/Sunny and 75/Red Bow
Chris Young/Aw Naw/RCA
Trace Adkins (feat. Colbie Caillat)/Watch The World End/Show Dog–Universal-New Revolution
Frank Ortega/Two Places at Once/Villa One Records
Lee Brice/Parking Lot Party/Curb
Mark Chesnutt/When The Lights Go Out (Tracie’s Song)/Nada Dinero
Adam Fears/There’s A Girl Out There/LandStar-Flying Island

May 20
Adrianna Freeman/Just a Girl/AFM Entertainment

May 27
Ali Dee/It Ain’t/Diamond Dee
Alexandra Lee/Dancin’ Round the Fire/Wild Blue Records

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.
Thomas Rhett/It Goes Like This/Valory Music Group – 60
Chris Weaver Band/So Damn Beautiful/Tygart Music – 70
Lucas Hoge/Should’ve Loved/Animal House – 73
Scotty McCreery/See You Tonight/19 Ent.-Mercury – 75
Chris Young/Aw Naw/RCA Nashville – 78
Jared Ashley/Last Train To Memphis/Blaster Records – 79

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Thomas Rhett/It Goes Like This/Valory Music Group – 22
Joanna Smith/Girls Are Crazy/RCA Nashville – 18
Chris Young/Aw Naw/RCA Nashville – 17
Lee Brice/Parking Lot Party/Curb – 16
Eric Paslay/Friday Night/EMI Nashville – 15
Trace Adkins f. Colbie Caillat/Watch The World End/Show Dog-Universal – 12
Chris Weaver Band/So Damn Beautiful/Tygart Music – 9
Joe Nichols/Sunny and 75/Red Bow – 9
Joel Crouse/If You Want Some/Show Dog-Universal – 8
LoCash Cowboys/Chase A Little Love/Average Joes Entertainment – 8

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Luke Bryan/Crash My Party/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 423
Carrie Underwood/See You Again/Arista – 311
Blake Shelton/Boys Round Here/Warner Bros. – 272
Eric Paslay/Friday Night/EMI Nashville – 250
Joanna Smith/Girls Are Crazy/RCA Nashville – 248

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Breelan Angel/It’s My Turn/MisBhavin’ – 184
Trace Adkins f. Colbie Caillat/Watch The World End/Show Dog-Universal – 178
Morgan Frazier/Yellow Brick Road/Sidewalk Records – 170
Jason Cassidy/Blame It On Waylon/Blake Records – 158
Joe Nichols/Sunny and 75/Red Bow – 157

Blaster recording artist Jared Ashley recently paid a visit to KMNB, Minneapolis MN during add week of his “Last Train To Memphis” radio tour. The single lands at No. 79 this week. Pictured (L-R): Rob Morris (KMNB PD), Jared Ashley, Kenny Jay (KMNB APD), TJ (KMNB MD).

Blaster recording artist Jared Ashley recently paid a visit to KMNB, Minneapolis MN during add week of his “Last Train To Memphis” radio tour. The single lands at No. 79 this week. Pictured (L-R): Rob Morris (KMNB PD), Jared Ashley, Kenny Jay (KMNB APD), TJ (KMNB MD).

Hunter Hayes recently stopped in Kansas City where he visited with KBEQ’s TJ McEntire in promotion of his latest single “I Want Crazy,” which takes our No. 24 spot this week. Pictured (L-R): TJ McEntire (KBEQ), Hunter Hayes, and Mark Niederhauser (WMN)

Hunter Hayes recently stopped in Kansas City where he visited with KBEQ’s TJ McEntire in promotion of his latest single “I Want Crazy,” which takes our No. 24 spot this week. Pictured (L-R): TJ McEntire (KBEQ), Hunter Hayes, and Mark Niederhauser (WMN)

 

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