Weekly Chart Report (6/14/13)

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Flying Island's Gwen Sebastian visited with Storme Warren in the Sirius Studios to promote her new single "Suitcase," off her forthcoming June 25th self-titled album.

Flying Island’s Gwen Sebastian visited with Storme Warren in the Sirius Studios to promote her new single “Suitcase,” off her forthcoming June 25th self-titled album.

Luke Bryan’s “Crash My Party” continues to crush the competition, holding the No. 1 spot with 3339 spins this week. The chart will be seeing more of Carrie Underwood’s “See You Again,” which lands at No. 2. Zac Brown Band jumps to the No. 3 spot with their song “Jump Right In.” Justin Moore’s “Point At You” lands at No. 4 and Kip Moore’s “Hey Pretty Girl” at No. 5. Rounding out the Top Ten this week is Randy Houser’s “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight” at No. 6, Hunter Hayes’s “I Want Crazy” at No. 7, Keith Urban’s “Little Bit Of Everything” at No. 8, Lady Antebellum’s “Goodbye Town” at No. 9 and Tyler Farr’s “Redneck Crazy” at No. 10.

Kenny Chesney’s “When I See This Bar” is this week’s greatest gainer, landing at No. 30 with an additional 505 spins. Blake Shelton’s “Mine Would Be You” reaches the No. 53 spot with another 472 spins. Toby Keith’s “Drinks After Work” climbs to No. 58 with an added 413 spins. Florida Georgia Line’s “Round Here” gained another 403 spins, landing at No. 24. Finally, Keith Urban’s “Little Bit Of Everything” breaks the Top Ten, landing at No. 8 with an additional 395 spins.

There are plenty of debuts this week. Blake Shelton’s “Mine Would Be You” debuted at No. 53, followed by Toby Keith’s “Drinks After Work” at No. 58, Jason Aldean’s “Night Train” at No. 61, Aaron Lewis’s “Granddaddy’s Gun” at No. 70, Taylor Made’s “That’s How I Roll” at No. 72 and Cassadee Pope’s “Wasting All These Tears” at No. 78.

Frozen Playlists: Renegade Radio Nashville, KMKS, KAIR, KQUS, KVVP, WIBL, WKWS, WZMR

Upcoming Singles
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
Kayla Calabrese/Kiss Me/Go Time
George Ducas/Cowtown/Propel
Justine Blazer/Amen For The Weekend/La Blaze
Rick Patin/Americana Gold/Rick Patin
Tracy Lawrence/Footprints On The Moon/Lawrence

June 24
Jason Aldean/Night Train/BBR
Aaron Lewis/Grandaddy’s Gun/Blaster
Andy Gibson/Best Thing/Curb
Gwen Sebastian/Suitcase/Flying Island
Dylan Scott/Makin’ This Boy Go Crazy/Sidewalk
Rachele Lynae/Fishing For Somethin’/Momentum/New Revolution
Jason Aldean/Night Train/Broken Bow
Sarah Darling/Little Umbrella/764/Aristo
Miranda Lambert/All Kinds Of Kinds/RCA Nashville
Toby Keith/Drinks After Work/Show Dog-Universal

June 27
Lathan Moore/Burn These Memories/Render

July 1
Chris Stapleton/What Are You Listening To/Mercury
Eli Young Band/Drunk Last Night/Republic Nashville

July 8
Downday/Back In The Day/Render

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Blake Shelton/Mine Would Be You/Warner Bros. – 53
Toby Keith/Drinks After Work/Show Dog-Universal – 58
Jason Aldean/Night Train/Broken Bow – 61
Aaron Lewis/Granddaddy’s Gun/Blaster – 70
Taylor Made/That’s How I Roll/LG Records – 72
Cassadee Pope/Wasting All These Tears/Republic Nashville – 78

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Kenny Chesney/When I See This Bar/Blue Chair-Columbia Nashville – 34
Blake Shelton/Mine Would Be You/Warner Bros. – 34
Toby Keith/Drinks After Work/Show Dog-Universal – 33
Miranda Lambert/All Kinds Of Kinds/RCA – 28
Jason Aldean/Night Train/Broken Bow – 25
Cassadee Pope/Wasting All These Tears/Republic Nashville – 22
Dierks Bentley/Bourbon In Kentucky/Capitol Nashville – 19
Florida Georgia Line/Round Here/Republic Nashville – 13
Aaron Lewis/Granddaddy’s Gun/Blaster – 13

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Kenny Chesney/When I See This Bar/Blue Chair-Columbia Nashville – 505
Blake Shelton/Mine Would Be You/Warner Bros. – 472
Toby Keith/Drinks After Work/Show Dog-Universal – 413
Florida Georgia Line/Round Here/Republic Nashville – 403
Keith Urban/Little Bit Of Everything/Capitol-UMG Nashville – 395

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Herrick/Do You Love Me/BreakAway Entertainment – 219
Erica Nicole/Better Beer/Heaven-Nine North-Turnpike – 219
Ashley Monroe/You Got Me/Warner Bros. Records – 213
Rachel Farley/Ain’t Easy/Red Bow – 209
Randy Rogers Band/Fuzzy/UMG Nashville – 198

Kellie Pickler recently visited with KMDL/Lafayette's Stephanie Crist during her 18th CMA Music Fest before playing a show at The Stage on Friday night in Nashville. Pickler lands at No. 44 on this week’s MusicRow Chart with her debut Black River single “Someone, Somewhere Tonight.” Pictured (L-R):  Megan Boardman (Black River), Kellie Pickler, Stephanie Crist

Kellie Pickler recently visited with KMDL/Lafayette’s Stephanie Crist during her 18th CMA Music Fest before playing a show at The Stage on Friday night in Nashville. Pickler lands at No. 44 on this week’s MusicRow Chart with her debut Black River single “Someone, Somewhere Tonight.” Pictured (L-R): Megan Boardman (Black River), Kellie Pickler, Stephanie Crist

Kenny Chesney caught up with radio programmers before a sold-out show at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Chesney’s latest single, “When I See This Bar,” is this week’s greatest spin increase. Pictured (L-R): Jeff Hurley (Clear Channel Harrisburg/Allentown OM), Dave Hovel (WXCY Wilmington, DE PD), Tanya Burko (WGGY Wilkes-Barre APD/MD), Chesney, Joe Kelly (WPUR Atlantic City), Shelly Easton (WXTU Philadelphia PD), Mark Razz (WXTU Philadelphia APD/MD), David Friedman (Columbia Nashville Promo), Scot Michaels (Morris Management)

Kenny Chesney caught up with radio programmers before a sold-out show at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Chesney’s latest single, “When I See This Bar,” is this week’s greatest spin increase. Pictured (L-R): Jeff Hurley (Clear Channel Harrisburg/Allentown OM), Dave Hovel (WXCY Wilmington, DE PD), Tanya Burko (WGGY Wilkes-Barre APD/MD), Chesney, Joe Kelly (WPUR Atlantic City), Shelly Easton (WXTU Philadelphia PD), Mark Razz (WXTU Philadelphia APD/MD), David Friedman (Columbia Nashville Promo), Scot Michaels (Morris Management)

 

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