Weekly Chart Report (8/30/13)

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Country Music Hall of Famer Whisperin' Bill Anderson (R) recently stopped by WKRC-TV in Cincinnati, OH to visit with Bob Herzog (L) about becoming the Honorary Captain of the Red's baseball team on August 24. Anderson wrote "Cincinnati, Ohio,” a hit for Connie Smith in the late sixties, and is currently being sung by the huge crowds at every Red's game this season.

Country Music Hall of Famer Whisperin’ Bill Anderson (R) recently stopped by WKRC-TV in Cincinnati to visit with Bob Herzog (L) about becoming the Honorary Captain of the Red’s baseball team on Aug. 24. Anderson wrote “Cincinnati, Ohio,” a hit for Connie Smith in the late sixties, and is currently being sung by the huge crowds at every Red’s game this season.

After spending 18 weeks on MusicRow’s chart, Thomas Rhett’s “It Goes Like This” takes the No. 1 spot with 3151 spins. Meanwhile, Jason Aldean’s “Night Train” continues its journey up the chart, landing at No. 2. Tim McGraw’s “Southern Girl” jumps to No. 3, while Toby Keith’s “Drinks After Work” moves to No. 4. Blake Shelton’s “Mine Would Be You” climbs three spots, settling at No. 5. Rounding out the top ten this week is Billy Currington’s “Hey Girl” at No. 6, Miranda Lambert’s “All Kinds Of Kinds” at No. 7, Luke Bryan’s “That’s My Kind Of Night” at No. 8, Taylor Swift’s “Red” at No. 9 and Eric Paslay’s “Friday Night” at No. 10.

Bryan’s “That’s My Kind Of Night” regains its title as the week’s greatest gainer, rising to No. 8 with another 554 spins. The Band Perry’s “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” is shooting up the chart like their previous single “DONE,” landing at No. 34, gaining 427 more spins. Jake Owen’s “Days Of Gold” moves to No. 19 with an extra 331 spins, while Brad Paisley’s “I Can’t Change The World” leaps to No. 27 with an additional 273 spins. Finally, Dierks Bentley’s “I Hold On” ascends 22 spots, reaching No. 53 with 263 additional spins.

MusicRow’s Chart welcomes four worthy debuts this week, with Chelsea Bain’s “James Dean” debuting at No. 77, Clinton Gregory’s “You Smile” at No. 78, Sawyer Brown’s “Shadows Of The Heartland” at No. 79 and Andy Gibson’s “Best Thing” at No. 80.

Frozen Playlists: KCNY, KCJC, KVOM, WXMM, KMKS, KYYK, WXXK

Atlantic/WMN recording artist Brett Eldredge recently made good on his promise to skydive if his single “Don’t Ya” made it to the top of the charts. Pictured (L-R): Storme Warren (SiriusXM), Eldredge, and Byron Kennedy (KNCI)

Atlantic/WMN recording artist Brett Eldredge recently made good on his promise to skydive if his single “Don’t Ya” made it to the top of the charts. Pictured (L-R): Storme Warren (SiriusXM), Eldredge, and Byron Kennedy (KNCI)

Upcoming Singles

September 2
Steve Holy/Radio Up/Curb
Hunter Hayes feat. Jason Mraz/Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me/Atlantic-WMN

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

September 9
American Young/Love Is War/Curb
Brothers Osborne/Let’s Go There/EMI Nashville
Chris Janson/Cut Me Some Slack/Bigger Picture
Jo Dee Messina/Peace Sign/Dreambound
Kevin Fowler/How Country Are Ya?/Kevin Fowler

September 16
Derek Anthony/Cowboy Way/B L U A N T Music Group
Jamie Stever/Make My Day/Tri-Mount Entertainment
Colton James/101 Proof/Nine North
Payton Taylor/Small Town Paradise/Payton Taylor

September 23
Sara Evans/Slow Me Down/RCA Nashville
Randy Houser/Goodnight Kiss/Stoney Creek Records

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Chelsea Bain/James Dean/Jobe Entertainment – 77
Clinton Gregory/You Smile/Melody Roundup Music – 78
Sawyer Brown/Shadows of the Heartland/Beach Street Records – 79
Andy Gibson/Best Thing/Curb – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
The Band Perry/Don’t Let Me Be Lonely/Republic Nashville – 24
Dierks Bentley/I Hold On/Capitol – 20
Jennifer Nettles/That Girl/Mercury – 15
Kellie Pickler/Little Bit Gypsy/Black River – 13
Brad Paisley/I Can’t Change The World/Arista Nashville – 13
Cole Swindell/Chillin’ It/Warner Bros. – 12
Alabama/All American/Show Dog-Universal – 11
Hunter Hayes feat. Jason Mraz/Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me/Atlantic-Warner Bros. – 9
Jake Owen/Days of Gold/RCA Nashville – 9

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Luke Bryan/That’s My Kind of Night/Capitol – 554
The Band Perry/Don’t Let Me Be Lonely/Republic Nashville – 427
Jake Owen/Days of Gold/RCA Nashville – 331
Brad Paisley/I Can’t Change The World/Arista Nashville – 273
Dierks Bentley/I Hold On/Capitol – 263

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Vince Hatfield/World Goes Round/Blue Moon – 204
Joanna Mosca/I Guess That Says It All/Dolce Diva Music – 201
IMAJ/Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner/Thomas Triomphe Records – 191
Kellie Pickler/Little Bit Gypsy/Black River – 188
Philip Claypool/Strong One/HeyDay Records – 178

Toby Keith was with his daughter and singer Krystal were in Washington DC this past weekend with his Hammer Down Tour. The two hung out with the crew at WMZQ prior to the show. Pictured (L-R): Kim Sauer (WMZQ), Meg Stevens (OM/PD); Krystal, Toby, Boxer (morning show host), and Macy Morgenthaler (SDU)

Toby Keith was with his daughter and singer Krystal Keith in Washington DC this past weekend, with his Hammer Down Tour. The two hung out with the crew at WMZQ prior to the show. Pictured (L-R): Kim Sauer (WMZQ), Meg Stevens (OM/PD); Krystal, Toby, Boxer (morning show host), and Macy Morgenthaler (SDU).

Chris Janson paid a visit to KRTY to perform his brand new single “Cut Me Some Slack” in a show supporting of the San Jose’s annual Avon Breast Cancer Team Event. The Country newcomer will release his Bigger Picture Group CD on September 3. Pictured (L-R)  Nate Deaton (KRTY MD), Chris Janson, Tina Ferguson (and Sales Manager). Photo: Rudy Sabin

Chris Janson paid a visit to KRTY to perform his brand new single “Cut Me Some Slack” in a show supporting of the San Jose’s annual Avon Breast Cancer Team Event. The Country newcomer will release his Bigger Picture Group CD on September 3. Pictured (L-R) Nate Deaton (KRTY MD), Chris Janson, Tina Ferguson (and Sales Manager). Photo: Rudy Sabin.

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