Weekly Chart Report (8/16/13)

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The Valory Music Co.’s Thomas Rhett (R) had the opportunity to hang out with WGNA’s Kevin Richards (L) Sunday night before taking the stage to perform this week’s No. 4 single “It Goes Like This” at Sarasota Springs as part of Jason Aldean’s Night Train Tour.

The Valory Music Co.’s Thomas Rhett (R) had the opportunity to hang out with WGNA’s Kevin Richards (L) Sunday night before taking the stage to perform this week’s No. 4 single “It Goes Like This” at Sarasota Springs as part of Jason Aldean’s Night Train Tour.

After spending 11 weeks on the chart, Kenny Chesney’s “When I See This Bar” takes the No. 1 spot with 3202 spins.  Billy Currington, who graces MusicRow‘s latest cover,  jumps to No. 2 with his single, “Hey Girl.” Chris Young’s “Aw Naw” climbs to No. 3 while Thomas Rhett’s “It Goes Like This” moves to No. 4. Florida Georgia Line’s “Round Here” falls four spots, landing at No. 5. Rounding out the Top 10 this week are Jason Aldean’s “Night Train” at No. 6, Toby Keith’s “Drinks After Work” at No. 7, Tim McGraw’s “Southern Girl” at No. 8, Brett Eldredge’s “Don’t Ya” at No. 9 and Little Big Town’s “Your Side Of The Bed” at No. 10.

For the third consecutive week, Luke Bryan’s “That’s My Kind Of Night” is the week’s greatest gainer, rising to No. 22 with another 477 spins. Jake Owen’s “Days Of Gold” races to No. 38 with another 298 spins, while Brad Paisley’s “I Can’t Change The World” hits No. 49 with another 266 spins. McGraw’s “Southern Girl” breaks into the Top 10, landing at No. 8 with an extra 250 spins. Finally, Blake Shelton’s “Mine Would Be You” sits just outside the Top 10, reaching No. 12 with 237 more spins.

MusicRow’s Chart welcomes three terrific debuts this week with Zac Brown Band’s “Sweet Annie” debuting at No. 73, Lisa Matassa’s “I Won’t Ask” at No. 78 and Kayla Calabrese’s “Kiss Me” at No. 80.

Frozen playlists: KWWR, KFTX, KYYK, KWCK, KDXY, WTCR, KXOX, KZPK, KXIA, KITX, WXXK

Rachel Holder recently visited with MusicRow Chart Reporter Toby Tucker at WDZQ in Decatur, IL on the way to her show at Fuddfest in Deerbrook, WI. Pictured (L-R) Greg Rudder, Chris Potocik, Stuart Weed, Rachel Holder, Toby Tucker, Kevin Moore and Mike Barnes.

Rachel Holder recently visited with MusicRow Chart Reporter Toby Tucker at WDZQ in Decatur, Ill. on the way to her show at Fuddfest in Deerbrook, Wisc. Pictured (L-R): Greg Rudder, Chris Potocik, Stuart Weed, Rachel Holder, Toby Tucker, Kevin Moore and Mike Barnes.

Upcoming Singles

August 19
Due West/Slide On Over/Sovereign 3 Records
Jolie Holiday/Waffle House/Shamrock Records
Cole Swindell/Chilin’ It/Warner Music Nashville
Laura Bell Bundy/Two Step/Big Machine
Jennifer Nettles/That Girl/UMG
Kellie Pickler/Little Bit Gypsy/Black River
Brad Paisley/I Can’t Change The World/Arista

August 22
Maggie Sajak/Wildboy/Back East/GMV Nashville

August 26
The Band Perry/Don’t Let Me Be Lonely/Republic Nashville
Dierks Bentley/I Hold On/Capitol

September 3
Tim Sweeney/Baby I Try For You/Oil House Records
Jared Daniels/Foot On the Dashboard/Shade Records

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Zac Brown Band/Sweet Annie/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 73
Lisa Matassa/I Won’t Ask/CPR Music Group – 78
Kayla Calabrese/Kiss Me/Go Time Records – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Jake Owen/Days of Gold/RCA Nashville – 22
Brad Paisley/I Can’t Change The World/Arista – 21
Luke Bryan/That’s My Kind of Night/Capitol – 18
Zac Brown Band/Sweet Annie/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 14
The Band Perry/Don’t Let Me Be Lonely/Republic Nashville – 13
Josh Thompson/Cold Beer With Your Name On It/Show Dog-Universal Music – 11
Jennifer Nettles/That Girl/Mercury – 11
Dierks Bentley/I Hold On/Capitol – 7
Lonestar/Party All Day/4 Star Records – 7
Chris Stapleton/What Are You Listening To?/Mercury Nashville – 7

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Luke Bryan/That’s My Kind of Night/Capitol – 477
Jake Owen/Days of Gold/RCA Nashville – 298
Brad Paisley/I Can’t Change The World/Arista – 266
Tim McGraw/Southern Girl/Big Machine – 250
Blake Shelton/Mine Would Be You/Warner Bros. – 237

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Johnny Rivers/My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It/Soul City Records – 200
Sawyer Brown/Shadows of the Heartland/Beach Street Records – 193
Chelsea Bain/James Dean/Jobe Entertainment – 191
Jennifer Nettles/That Girl/Mercury – 180
Vince Hatfield/World Goes Round/Blue Moon – 171
Joanna Mosca/I Guess That Says It All/ Dolce Diva Music– 171

Warner Bros./WMN flagship artist, Blake Shelton, took his amphitheater show to Chicago, IL over the weekend where he spent some time with WUSN promoting his latest single “Mine Would Be You,” which takes our No 12 spot this week. Pictured (L-R): WUSN’s Liz Geerling and Marci Braun, Blake Shelton, Laurie Kapugi (Jeff’s wife), Jeff Kapugi (WUSN), and Katie Bright (WMN)

Warner Bros./WMN flagship artist, Blake Shelton, took his amphitheater show to Chicago over the weekend where he spent some time with WUSN promoting his latest single “Mine Would Be You,” which takes our No 12 spot this week. Pictured (L-R): WUSN’s Liz Geerling and Marci Braun, Blake Shelton, Laurie Kapugi (Jeff’s wife), Jeff Kapugi (WUSN), and Katie Bright (WMN)

Solo act, Jennifer Nettles, recently visited with KCYY at the station’s Listening Lounge in promotion of her single “That Girl,” which lands On Deck this week at No. 84. Pictured (L-R): Jill Brunett (Mercury), Jeff Miles (KCYY), Jennifer Nettles, Jeff Garrison (PD, KCYY), Damon Moberly (Mercury).

Solo act, Jennifer Nettles, recently visited with KCYY at the station’s Listening Lounge in promotion of her single “That Girl,” which lands On Deck this week at No. 84. Pictured (L-R): Jill Brunett (Mercury), Jeff Miles (KCYY), Jennifer Nettles, Jeff Garrison (PD, KCYY), Damon Moberly (Mercury).

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