Weekly Chart Report (9/20/13)

SPIN ZONE

Painted Horse recording artist Ryan Broshear (R) performed his latest single “Make Each Moment Last” when he opened for Merle Haggard (L) in Franklin, OH earlier this month. Haggard is featured as one of MusicRow's most added singles this week, titled “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink” with Hank Williams Jr. on Blaster Records.

Painted Horse recording artist Ryan Broshear (R) performed his latest single “Make Each Moment Last” when he opened for Merle Haggard (L) in Franklin, OH earlier this month. Haggard is featured as one of MusicRow‘s most added singles this week, titled “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink” with Hank Williams Jr. on Blaster Records.

Stations can’t stop serving up Toby Keith’s “Drinks After Work,” which tops MusicRow’s chart this week with 3139 spins. Meanwhile, Luke Bryan’s “That’s My Kind of Night” climbs two spots, moving to No. 2. Blake Shelton’s “Mine Would Be You” holds the No. 3 spot for the second consecutive week, while Tim McGraw’s “Southern Girl” heads south, landing at No. 4. Miranda Lambert’s “All Kind’s Of Kinds” continues to sit at No. 5. Rounding out the Top 10 this week is Taylor Swift’s “Red” at No. 6, Eric Paslay’s “Friday Night” at No. 7, Eli Young Band’s “Drunk Last Night” at No. 8, Darius Rucker’s “Radio” at No. 9 and Jake Owen’s “Days of Gold” at No. 10.

Keith Urban and Lambert’s “We Were Us” is once again the week’s greatest gainer, shooting to No. 30 with a whopping 664 more spins. Zac Brown Band’s “Sweet Annie” jumps seven spots, moving to No. 24 with another 249 spins. Dierks Bentley’s “I Hold On” leaps to No. 27 with another 230 spins, while Bryan’s “That’s My Kind of Night” reaches No. 2 with an extra 223 spins. Finally, The Band Perry’s “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” comes closer to the Top 10, landing at No. 15 with an added 216 spins.

MusicRow welcomes six stimulating debuts this week, with Outshyne’s “Moonlight Crush” debuting at No. 66, American Young’s “Love Is War” at No. 69, Brothers Osborne’s “Let’s Go There” at No. 72, Randy Houser’s “Goodnight Kiss” at No. 77, Gary Allan’s “It Ain’t The Whiskey” at No. 79 and Brent Cobb’s “Diggin’ Holes” at No. 80.

Frozen Playlists: KIAI, KYYK, WXXK

News: Former WPPL-FM Blue Ridge, Ga. reporter Jim Quinton is launching an artist consulting firm called Radio Promotion Nashville in Nashville, Tenn. The firm will help guide artist careers and offer various services, including promotion. To contact RPM, call 615-920-2284.

In other news, MusicRow reporting station WKDZ-FM Cadiz, Ky. has been crowned the Small Market Station of the Year at the 2013 National Association of Broadcasters’ Marconi Radio Awards. The distinguished awards recognize radio’s outstanding personalities and stations. To offer congratulations and learn more about WKDZ, contact the stations’s general manager Beth Mann at bmann@wkdzradio.com.

Justin Moore recently entertained radio friends from across the country in Arkansas at Gaston’s White River Resort in promotion of his latest album, out this week, titled Off The Beaten Path on The Valory Music Co. Pictured (L-R) BACK: Eric Arnold (Warpspeed/NRA Country), Brad Howell (Valory Music Co.) Amy Staley (VMC), Drew Bland (KMLE), Dave O'Brien (WLHK), Brian Douglas (Westwood One), Bob Robbins (KSSN), Lia Knight (Lia Show), Penny Mitchell (Westwood One), John Paul (Westwood One), Clay Moden (WYRK). MIDDLE: Rick Moore (KTTS), Summer Stevens (KTTS), Curly Clark (KTTS), Nina D (KMLE), Justin Moore, Mandy McCormick (BMLG). FRONT: Billy Dukes (Taste Of Country), Jackie Campbell (BMLG), George Briner (VMC), John Zarling (BMLG).

Justin Moore recently entertained radio friends from across the country in Arkansas at Gaston’s White River Resort in promotion of his latest album, out this week, titled Off The Beaten Path on The Valory Music Co. Pictured (L-R) BACK: Eric Arnold (Warpspeed/NRA Country), Brad Howell (Valory Music Co.) Amy Staley (VMC), Drew Bland (KMLE), Dave O’Brien (WLHK), Brian Douglas (Westwood One), Bob Robbins (KSSN), Lia Knight (Lia Show), Penny Mitchell (Westwood One), John Paul (Westwood One), Clay Moden (WYRK). MIDDLE: Rick Moore (KTTS), Summer Stevens (KTTS), Curly Clark (KTTS), Nina D (KMLE), Justin Moore, Mandy McCormick (BMLG). FRONT: Billy Dukes (Taste Of Country), Jackie Campbell (BMLG), George Briner (VMC), John Zarling (BMLG).

Upcoming Singles

September 23
Sara Evans/Slow Me Down/RCA Nashville
Randy Houser/Goodnight Kiss/Stoney Creek Records
Erica Nicole/Daughter Of The Revolution/Heaven-Nine North-Turnpike
Hank Williams Jr. feat. Merle Haggard/I Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink/Bocephus-Blaster-Quarterback
Gary Allan/It Ain’t The Whiskey/MCA Nashville

September 30
Brandon Hamilton/You Give Me That/Nine North-Turnpike
LoCash Cowboys/Best Seat In The House/Average Joes-Tenacity
Brett Eldredge/Beat Of The Music/Atlantic-WMN
Krystal Keith/Get Your Redneck On/Show Dog-Universal

October 7
Leah Turner/Take The Keys/Columbia Nashville

Joanna

New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Outshyne/Moonlight Crush/MillStar – 66
American Young/Love Is War/Curb – 69
Brothers Osborne/Let’s Go There/EMI Nashville – 72
Randy Houser/Goodnight Kiss/Stoney Creek – 77
Gary Allan/It Ain’t The Whiskey/MCA – 79
Brent Cobb/Diggin’ Holes/Carnival – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Keith Urban feat. Miranda Lambert/We Were Us/Capitol Nashville-Hit Red Records – 34
Brothers Osborne/Let’s Go There/EMI Nashville – 15
Little Big Town/Sober/Capitol – 11
Hunter Hayes feat. Jason Mraz/Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me/Atlantic-Warner Bros. – 10
American Young/Love Is War/Curb – 10
Hank Williams Jr. feat. Merle Haggard/I Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink/Blaster – 9
Dierks Bentley/I Hold On/Capitol  – 8
Gary Allan/It Ain’t The Whiskey/MCA Nashville – 8
Sara Evans/Slow Me Down/RCA – 7
Rachel Holder/Lord Help Me/Curb – 7

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Keith Urban feat. Miranda Lambert/We Were Us/Capitol Nashville-Hit Red Records – 664
Zac Brown Band/Sweet Annie/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 249
Dierks Bentley/I Hold On/Capitol – 230
Luke Bryan/That’s My Kind of Night/Capitol – 223
The Band Perry/Don’t Let Me Be Lonely/Republic Nashville – 216

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Tommy Dalton/Sweet/Red Horseshoe Records – 230
North 40/Hey Girl Hey/Rhymetown Entertainment- 210
Stephanie Grace/Loser/SMG – 209
Tim Ash/Broke/SMG – 193
Due West/Slide On Over/Sovereign 3 Records – 183

Warner Bros./WMN entertainer Blake Shelton played this week’s No. 3 single “Mine Would Be You” to a sold out show in Milwaukee after taking part in a radio hang. Pictured (L-R) BACK: Mike Ferris (WMAD), Fletcher Keys (WWQM), Charli McKenzie (WNCY), Shelton, Dave Ogden (WWQM), Kerry Wolf (WMIL). FRONT: Katie Bright (WMN) with her baby-bjorned son Leo, and Kristen Williams (WMN).

Warner Bros./WMN entertainer Blake Shelton played this week’s No. 3 single “Mine Would Be You” to a sold out show in Milwaukee after taking part in a radio hang. Pictured (L-R) BACK: Mike Ferris (WMAD), Fletcher Keys (WWQM), Charli McKenzie (WNCY), Shelton, Dave Ogden (WWQM), Kerry Wolf (WMIL). FRONT: Katie Bright (WMN) with her baby-bjorned son Leo, and Kristen Williams (WMN).

Landing 'on deck' this week with "Hey Girl Hey," North 40's Paige Logan recently received a "kiss" from a young cardboard cutout of Brad Paisley at WYCE. Pictured (L-R): Logan, Ben Merritt (WYCE), and North 40's Heather Looney.

Landing ‘on deck’ this week with “Hey Girl Hey,” North 40’s Paige Logan recently received a “kiss” from a young cardboard cutout of Brad Paisley at WYCE. Pictured (L-R): Logan, Ben Merritt (WYCE), and North 40’s Heather Looney.

 

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