Weekly Chart Report (8/9/13)

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Average Joe’s JJ Lawhorn recently visited with KZPK/Wild Country 99 Studios for a drive time performance of his latest single “Stompin’ Grounds.” Pictured (L-R): KZPK OM/PD Matt Senne, Average Joe’s JJ LAWHORN, KZPK MD Brook Stephens

Average Joe’s JJ Lawhorn recently visited with KZPK/Wild Country 99 Studios for a drive time performance of his latest single “Stompin’ Grounds.” Pictured (L-R): KZPK OM/PD Matt Senne, Average Joe’s JJ LAWHORN, KZPK MD Brook Stephens

Florida Georgia Line’s “Round Here” continues to entice listeners, holding the No. 1 spot on MusicRow’s chart with 3261 spins for two consecutive weeks. Kenny Chesney can drink to success with “When I See This Bar” ascending to the No. 2 spot on the chart. Hunter Hayes’ “I Want Crazy” slips to No. 3 while Billy Currington’s “Hey Girl” rises to No. 4. Lee Brice has something to celebrate with “Parking Lot Party” breaking into the Top 5, landing at No. 5 on the chart. Rounding out the Top 10 this week are Chris Young’s “Aw Naw” at No. 6, Little Big Town’s “Your Side Of The Bed” at No. 7, Thomas Rhett’s “It Goes Like This” at No. 8, Jason Aldean’s “Night Train” at No. 9 and Brett Eldredge’s “Don’t Ya” at No. 10.

Once again, Luke Bryan’s “That’s My Kind Of Night” is the week’s greatest gainer, surging to No. 29 with another 667 spins. Brad Paisley’s “I Can’t Change The World” makes its debut at No. 64 with 352 spins. Jake Owen’s “Days Of Gold” climbs 28 spots, landing at No. 54 with an added 351 spins. Tim McGraw’s “Southern Girl” is on the cusp of reaching the Top 10, rising to No. 12 with an extra 296 spins. Finally, Rhett’s “It Goes Like This” breaks the Top 10, coming in at No. 8 with 272 more spins.

MusicRow chart welcomes five debuts this week, with Owen’s “Days Of Gold” debuting at No. 54, Paisley’s “I Can’t Change The World” at No. 64, Coleman Brothers’ “Back On The Farm” at No. 73, Angie Johnson’s “Swagger” at No. 74, and Frankie Ballard’s “Helluva Life” at No. 79.

Frozen Playlists: WTHO, WKDZ, WIFE, KICR, KYEZ, WXXK, KCJC, WKKW, KVOM, KYYK, WAAG, WDHR, WHMA

Arista Nashville’s The Henningsens visited with KEGA in promotion of their No 35 single “I Miss You” before playing Salt Lake City last Friday on Brad Paisley’s Beat This Summer Tour. Pictured (L-R): Aaron Henningsen, Amanda (KEGA's AM Show), Clara Henningsen, Jon Watkins (KEGA PD), Brian Henningsen

Arista Nashville’s The Henningsens visited with KEGA in promotion of their No 35 single “I Miss You” before playing Salt Lake City last Friday on Brad Paisley’s Beat This Summer Tour. Pictured (L-R): Aaron Henningsen, Amanda (KEGA’s AM Show), Clara Henningsen, Jon Watkins (KEGA PD), Brian Henningsen

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MILLSTAR Entertainment Group’s Outshyne visited with John Marks from XM/Sirius “the Highway” in promotion of their single “Moonlight Crush.” (L-R): Josh Coleman, Jason Paxton, “The Highways” John Marks, Waylon Owings, Casey Joe Kelly, Matt ‘Smiley’ Norris

Upcoming Singles

August 12
Jake Owen/Days Of Gold/RCA Nashville
Josh Thompson/Cold Beer With Your Name On It/Show Dog-Universal
Kristy Lee Cook feat. Randy Houser/Wherever Love Goes/Broken Bow Records
Will Hoge/Strong/Prospector/Crescendo
Stephanie Grace/Loser/SMG Records
Morgan Frazier/Hey Bully/Sidewalk
Outshyne/Moonlight Crush/Millstar Entertainment Group

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

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.
Jake Owen/Days of Gold/RCA Nashville – 54
Brad Paisley/I Can’t Change The World/Arista – 64
Coleman Brothers/Back On The Farm/Fishing Hole Records – 73
Angie Johnson/Swagger/Sony Music – 74
Frankie Ballard/Helluva Life/Warner Bros. – 79

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Luke Bryan/That’s My Kind of Night/Capitol – 37
Jake Owen/Days of Gold/RCA Nashville – 24
Brad Paisley/I Can’t Change The World/Arista – 23
Angie Johnson/Swagger/Sony Music – 23
Darius Rucker/Radio/Capitol – 11
Rachel Holder/Lord Help Me/Curb – 11
Cole Swindell/Chillin’ It/Warner Bros. – 11
Lisa Matassa/I Won’t Ask/CPR Music Group – 10

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Luke Bryan/That’s My Kind of Night/Capitol – 1068
Brad Paisley/I Can’t Change The World/Arista – 352
Jake Owen/Days of Gold/RCA Nashville – 351
Tim McGraw/Southern Girl/Big Machine – 296
Thomas Rhett/It Goes Like This/Valory Music Group – 272

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
George Ducas/Cowtown/Spin Doctors – 201
Lisa Matassa/I Won’t Ask/CPR Music Group – 179
Kayla Calabrese/Kiss Me/Go Time Records – 177
Sawyer Brown/Shadows of the Heartland/Beach Street Records – 174
Chelsea Bain/James Dean/Instigator – 169

Chris Cavanaugh took time to visit with 95Q in promotion of his latest single “I’m All About That” before playing the Decatur Celebration in Illinois this past weekend (Aug. 4) with David Nail. Pictured (L-R): Kimmy, Trish, Chris, Jared, and Toby Tucker all from 95Q in Decatur.

Chris Cavanaugh took time to visit with 95Q in promotion of his latest single “I’m All About That” before playing the Decatur Celebration in Illinois this past weekend (Aug. 4) with David Nail. Pictured (L-R): Kimmy, Trish, Chris, Jared, and Toby Tucker all from 95Q in Decatur, Ga.

Bigger Picture Group’s Chris Janson recently visited with KMLE about his soon-to-be released single “Cut Me Some Slack” before opening for Dierks Bentley at the annual Country Thunder festival (7/19) in Twin Lakes, WI. Pictured (L-R) Front: Justin Moore, Tim Richards (KMLE PD), Janson, Kelly Lynn Janson. Back: Tim Pohlman (KMLE GM)

Bigger Picture Group’s Chris Janson recently visited with KMLE about his soon-to-be released single “Cut Me Some Slack” before opening for Dierks Bentley at the annual Country Thunder festival (July 19) in Twin Lakes, Wis. Pictured (L-R) Front: Justin Moore, Tim Richards (KMLE PD), Janson, Kelly Lynn Janson. Back: Tim Pohlman (KMLE GM)

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