Weekly Chart Report (6/28/13)

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Toby Keith took his Hammer Down tour to Pittsburgh promoting his latest single “Drinks After Work” which takes home the greatest spin increase this week. Pictured with WDSY APD/MD Stoney Richards.

Toby Keith took his Hammer Down tour to Pittsburgh promoting his latest single “Drinks After Work,” which takes home the greatest spin increase this week. Pictured with WDSY APD/MD Stoney Richards.

SPIN ZONE

Carrie Underwood’s “See You Again” lives up to its name, earning the No. 1 spot for the second consecutive week with 3,346 spins. Keith Urban’s “Little Bit Of Everything” comes in at No. 2. Both Justin Moore and Kip Moore continue to hold the No. 3 and 4 spots with “Point At You” and “Hey Pretty Girl,” respectively. Hunter Hayes’ “I Want Crazy” continues to enjoy a steady climb up the chart, landing at No. 5. Rounding out the Top Ten this week is Lady Antebellum’s “Goodbye Town” at No. 6, Randy Houser’s “Runnin’ Outta Moonlight” at No. 7, Tyler Farr’s “Redneck Crazy” at No. 8, Little Big Town’s “Your Side Of The Bed” At No. 9 and Gary Allan’s “Pieces” at No. 10.

Toby Keith’s “Drinks After Work” is once again the week’s greatest gainer, landing at No. 25 with an additional 435 spins. Miranda Lambert’s “All Kinds of Kinds” is all kinds of popular, climbing to the No. 36 spot with an added 276 spins. Jason Aldean’s “Night Train” reaches the No. 32 spot with another 265 spins. Big Machine labelmates Taylor Swift and Tim McGraw come in at No. 56 and 80 with their songs “Red” and “Southern Girl.” “Red” garnered 235 extra spins, while “Southern Girl” gained 228 additional spins.

There are six promising debuts this week, with Eli Young Band’s “Drunk Last Night” debuting at No. 65, The Lockets’ “Stepping Stone” stepping up to No. 73, Tracy Lawrence’s “Footprints On The Moon” coming in at No. 74, Herrick’s “Do You Love Me” at No. 78 and Sherry Lynn f. Crystal Gayle’s “Beautiful Life” at No. 79. Finally, McGraw’s “Southern Girl” rounds out this week’s chart, debuting at No. 80.

Frozen Playlists: KCNY, KZTL, KVVP, KXKZ, KYYK, WAAG, WKWS, WXXK

Upcoming Singles

June 28
Ashton Shepherd/This Is America/Pickin Shed Records

July 1
Chris Stapleton/What Are You Listening To/Mercury
Eli Young Band/Drunk Last Night/Republic Nashville
Hannah Michelle Weeks/More Than One Kind Of Love/HunnyBee

July 2
Colby Dee/He Don’t Know/Donard Music Group
Joe Allen/Looks Like It’s Raining/Stubborn Horse Records

July 8
Downday/Back In The Day/Render
Denae Gardner/Sound Of A Woman Sayin Goodbye/4D
Kelly Clarkson/Tie It Up/RCA/Columbia Nashville
Craig Morgan/Wake Up Lovin’ You/Black River

July 15
Old Crow Medicine Show/Carry Me Back To Virginia/ATO Records
Blackberry Smoke/Ain’t Much Left Of Me/Southern Ground
Kayla Taylor/See You In Summer/Go Time
Uncle Kracker/Blue Skies/Sugar Hill

July 22
North 4o/Hey Girl Hey/RHYMETOWN ENTERTAINMENT
Jay Jolley/God Save Us All From Religion/Double J Records

July 29 
Jared Blake/Countryfied/Skiddco Records
Blue Sky Riders/Brave/3 Dream Records

August 6
Brett Eldredge/Bring You Back/Atlantic

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Eli Young Band/Drunk Last Night/Republic – 65
The Lockets/Stepping Stone/Nu Toy – 73
Tracy Lawrence/Footprints On The Moon/Lawrence Music Group – 74
Herrick/Do You Love Me/BreakAway Entertainment – 78
Sherry Lynn f. Crystal Gayle/Beautiful Life/Steal Heart – 79
Tim McGraw/Southern Girl/Big Machine – 80

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Toby Keith/Drinks After Work/Show Dog-Universal – 435
Miranda Lambert/All Kinds Of Kinds/RCA – 276
Jason Aldean/Night Train/Broken Bow – 265
Taylor Swift/Red/Big Machine – 235
Tim McGraw/Southern Girl/Big Machine – 228

Most Added
Tim McGraw/Southern Girl/Big Machine – 23
Taylor Swift/Red/Big Machine – 20
Toby Keith/Drinks After Work/Show Dog-Universal – 19
Miranda Lambert/All Kinds Of Kinds/RCA – 12
Eli Young Band/Drunk Last Night/Republic – 12
Jason Aldean/Night Train/Broken Bow – 12
Cassadee Pope/Wasting All These Tears/Republic Nashville – 11
Aaron Lewis/Granddaddy’s Gun/Blaster – 10
Dierks Bentley/Bourbon In Kentucky/Capitol Nashville – 6
Kenny Chesney/When I See This Bar/Blue Chair-Columbia Nashville – 6

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Frank Ortega/Two Places At Once/Villa One – 197
Randy Rogers Band/Fuzzy/UMG Nashville – 197
Aaron and Amanda Crabb/I’m Learning/Difference Media – 189
Bobby Dean/Kiss My Doublewide/Lamon Records – 179
David Shelby/Kick A Little Dirt/Highway South Records – 174

Flying Island's Gwen Sebastian celebrates her album release and latest single “Suitcase” with the staff of KMNB, Minneapolis. Pictured (L-R): Mick Anselmo (Sr. VP), Rob Morris (PD), Gwen, Tommy Jay (APD), and Tricia Jenkins (MD).

Flying Island’s Gwen Sebastian celebrates her album release and latest single “Suitcase” with the staff of KMNB, Minneapolis. Pictured (L-R): Mick Anselmo (Sr. VP), Rob Morris (PD), Gwen, Tommy Jay (APD), and Tricia Jenkins (MD).

Kari & Billy spent yesterday morning visiting about their new single, "Play Me A Fiddle Song," with WDKN’s Dale Turner in Dickson, TN.

Kari & Billy spent yesterday morning visiting about their new single, “Play Me A Fiddle Song,” with WDKN’s Dale Turner in Dickson, Tenn.

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