Weekly Chart Report (9/27/13)

WFMS’ Tammy Lively (L) recently welcomed Jason Aldean to Indianapolis where he wrapped a concert season at Klipsch

WFMS’ Tammy Lively (L) recently welcomed Jason Aldean to Indianapolis where he wrapped a concert season at Klipsch

SPIN ZONE

Luke Bryan can celebrate all day now that his single “That’s My Kind of Night” has taken the No. 1 spot on MusicRow’s chart with 3271 spins. Blake Shelton’s “Mine Would Be You” climbs to No. 2, while spouse Miranda Lambert closes in with “All Kinds of Kinds” landing at No. 3. Taylor Swift, who recently wrapped the U.S. leg of her Red Tour, moves to No. 4 with her single “Red.” Toby Keith’s “Drinks After Work” goes flat, falling from No. 1 to No. 5. Rounding out the Top 10 this week is Eli Young Band’s “Drunk Last Night” at No. 6, Eric Paslay’s “Friday Night” at No. 7, Darius Rucker’s “Radio” at No. 8, Jake Owen’s “Days of Gold” at No. 9 and Joe Nichols’ “Sunny and 75” at No. 10.

Dynamic duo Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert are the week’s greatest gainers for the third consecutive week with their song “We Were Us” jumping to No. 17 with another 463 spins. Hunter Hayes and Jason Mraz’s “Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me” moves to No. 34 with an added 242 spins. Zac Brown Band’s “Sweet Annie” sits at No. 20 with an extra 236 spins, while The Band Perry’s “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” rises to No. 12 with 216 more spins. Finally, David Shelby’s “Moonshine” debuts at No. 76 with 213 spins.

MusicRow welcomes eight excellent debuts this week, with Little Big Town’s “Sober” debuting at No. 65, North 40’s “Hey Girl Hey” at No. 72, Stephanie Grace’s “Loser” at No. 74, Shelby’s “Moonshine” at No. 76, Tommy Dalton’s “Sweet” at No. 77, Krystal Keith’s “Get Your Redneck On” at No. 78, Due West’s “Slide On Over” at No. 79 and Tim Ash’s “Broke” at No. 80

Frozen Playlists: KVAY, KTTI, WAAG, WBYZ, WOOZ, WXXK

Carrie Underwood recently played Puyallup’s Washington State Fair where she visited with KKWF Seattle PD Mike Preston and his wife Terri. Pictured (L-R): Preston, Underwood, Yankovich

Carrie Underwood recently played Puyallup’s Washington State Fair where she visited with KKWF Seattle PD Mike Preston and his wife Terri. Pictured (L-R): Preston, Underwood, Yankovich

Upcoming Singles

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
Brooke Hyland/I Hurt/Whattaguy
Justine Blazer/Gasoline/La Blaze
Little Big Town/Sober/Capitol Nashville

October 7
Leah Turner/Take The Keys/Columbia Nashville
Aaron Watson/July In Cheyenne/HTK Records
Brad Long/Every Heart Has a Different Road/Blackwater Records
Susan Ashton/Moonshine/Be Music & Entertainment
Florida Georgia Line/Stay/Republic Nashville
Josh Pruno/Cut Offs/Lawrence

October 14
Aaron & Amanda Crabb/If I’m Guilty/differencemedia
Grayson/You & America/Way Outback Records
Old Crow Medicine Show/Dixieland Delight/ATO Records
Dan + Shay/19 You + Me/Warner Bros.-WAR
Rodney Atkins/Doin’ It Right/Curb

October 21
Samantha Landrum/What If/Reviver Records
Ty Herndon/Lies I Told Myself/Flying Island

October 28
Little River Band/You Dream, I’ll Drive/Frontiers
Mitch Goudy/Blow These Speakers Out/Third Floor Records

New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Little Big Town/Sober/Capitol – 65
North 40/Hey Girl Hey/Rhymetown Entertainment – 72
Stephanie Grace/Loser/SMG – 74
David Shelby/Moonshine/Highway South Records – 76
Tommy Dalton/Sweet/Red Horseshoe Records – 77
Krystal Keith/Get Your Redneck On/Show Dog-Universal – 78
Due West/Slide On Over/Sovereign 3 Records – 79
Tim Ash/Broke/SMG – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
David Shelby /Moonshine/Highway South Records – 21
Krystal Keith/Get Your Redneck On/Show Dog-Universal – 14
Chris Weaver Band/Raise The Dead/American Roots Records – 13
Keith Urban feat. Miranda Lambert/We Were Us/Capitol Nashville-Hit Red Records – 13
Hunter Hayes feat. Jason Mraz/Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me/Atlantic-Warner Bros. – 12
Randy Houser/Goodnight Kiss/Stoney Creek – 12
Gary Allan/It Ain’t The Whiskey/MCA – 12
Little Big Town/Sober/Capitol – 12
Sara Evans/Slow Me Down/RCA – 11

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Keith Urban feat. Miranda Lambert/We Were Us/Capitol Nashville-Hit Red Records – 463
Hunter Hayes feat. Jason Mraz/Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me/Atlantic-Warner Bros. – 242
Zac Brown Band/Sweet Annie/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 236
The Band Perry/Don’t Let Me Be Lonely/Republic Nashville – 216
David Shelby/Moonshine/Highway South Records – 213

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Hank Williams Jr. & Merle Haggard/I Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink/Blaster – 186
Jason Sturgeon/Angel Eyes/Toolpusher – 186
Laura Bell Bundy/Two Step/Big Machine – 186
Austin Webb/Slip On By/Streamsound – 171
Chris Weaver Band/Raise The Dead/American Roots Records – 165

Warner Bros./W.A.R. new duo Dan + Shay recently visited with WRNS in Greenville, NC. Pictured (L-R): Shay Mooney, Tommy Garrett (PD), Carletta Blake (APD) and Dan Smyers

Warner Bros./W.A.R. new duo Dan + Shay recently visited with WRNS in Greenville, NC. Pictured (L-R): Shay Mooney, Tommy Garrett (PD), Carletta Blake (APD) and Dan Smyers

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