Weekly Chart Report (9/6/13)

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Billy Currington (R) was in Kansas City recently visiting with Mike Kennedy (L) during Q104’s Hot Country Nights. The Mercury Nashville singer’s new album We Are Tonight comes out September 17.

Billy Currington (R) was in Kansas City recently visiting with Mike Kennedy (L) during Q104’s Hot Country Nights. The Mercury Nashville singer’s new album We Are Tonight comes out Sept. 17.

Jason Aldean’s “Night Train” stops at the top of MusicRow’s chart, taking the No. 1 spot with 3141 spins. Meanwhile, Tim McGraw’s “Southern Girl” moves up one spot, jumping to No. 2. Toby Keith’s “Drinks After Work” climbs to No. 3, while Blake Shelton’s “Mine Would Be You” jumps to No. 4. Shelton’s spouse Miranda Lambert is close behind, with her single “All Kinds Of Kinds” landing at No. 5. Rounding out the Top 10 this week is Luke Bryan’s “That’s My Kind Of Night” at No. 6, Taylor Swift’s “Red” at No. 7, Thomas Rhett’s “It Goes Like This” at No. 8, Eric Paslay’s “Friday Night” at No. 9 and Eli Young Band’s “Drunk Last Night” at No. 10.

The Band Perry’s “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” is the week’s greatest gainer, rising to No. 23 with an additional 400 spins. Dierks Bentley’s “I Hold On” climbs thirteen spots, moving to No. 40 with 303 more spins. Jake Owen’s “Days Of Gold” leaps to No. 16 with another 235 spins, while Brad Paisley’s “I Can’t Change The World” sits at No. 20 with another 234 spins. Finally, Zac Brown Band’s “Sweet Annie” ascends to No. 39 with an added 228 spins.

MusicRow’s Chart welcomes six sensational debuts this week, with Kellie Pickler’s “Little Bit Gypsy” debuting at No. 67, Hunter Hayes feat. Jason Mraz’s “Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me” at No. 96, Sara Evans’ “Slow Me Down” at No. 70, Philip Claypool’s “Strong One” at No. 75, IMAJ’s “Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner” at No. 76 and Joanna Mosca’s “I Guess That Says It All” at No. 80.

Frozen Playlists: KMOK, WPPL, KIAI, KICR, WDHR, WIBL

Feb 21, 2012 - MusicRow CRS Show

Feb 21, 2012 – MusicRow CRS Show

News: Jim Quinton announced via email that he will no longer serve as the Music Director for WPPL, FM, Mountain Country. Quinton expressed appreciation for the time he spent at the station, saying, “I have enjoyed working with you all for the past 5 and a half years and wish you and your artists all the best!”

Quinton won the MusicRow Reporter Of The Year award in 2012. The industry is sad to see Quinton leave his current post but looks forward to seeing him in a new position in Country radio very soon.

New opportunities can reach Jim at [email protected].

Kellie Pickler, who lands the highest debut this week at No. 67 with “Little Bit Gypsy,” recently spent time with KJUG after an acoustic event in support of the title. Pictured: (L-R): Adam Jeffries (KJUG PD), Kellie Pickler, and Bill Lubitz (Black River)

Kellie Pickler, who lands the highest debut this week at No. 67 with “Little Bit Gypsy,” recently spent time with KJUG after an acoustic event in support of the title. Pictured: (L-R): Adam Jeffries (KJUG PD), Kellie Pickler, and Bill Lubitz (Black River).

Upcoming Singles

September 9
American Young/Love Is War/Curb
Brothers Osborne/Let’s Go There/EMI Nashville
Chris Janson/Cut Me Some Slack/Bigger Picture
Striking Matches/Trouble Is As Trouble Does/Crush-Pear Trees Suck Records
Jo Dee Messina/Peace Sign/Dreambound
Kevin Fowler/How Country Are Ya?/Kevin Fowler
Matt Farris/Resident Redneck/Skytone

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
Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert/We Were Us/Capitol Nashville-RCA Nashville

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

Joanna

New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Kellie Pickler/Little Bit Gypsy/Black River – 67
Hunter Hayes feat. Jason Mraz/Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me/Atlantic/Warner Bros. – 96
Sara Evans/Slow Me Down/RCA – 70
Philip Claypool/Strong One/HeyDay Records – 75
IMAJ/Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner/Thomas Triomphe Records – 76
Joanna Mosca/I Guess That Says It All/Dolce Diva Music – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
The Band Perry/Don’t Let Me Be Lonely/Republic Nashville – 18
Dierks Bentley/I Hold On/Capitol – 16
Hunter Hayes feat. Jason Mraz/Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me/Atlantic-Warner Bros. – 15
Jo Dee Messina/Peace Sign/Dreambound Records – 14
Cole Swindell/Chillin’ It/Warner Bros. – 12
Sara Evans/Slow Me Down/RCA – 11
Kellie Pickler/Little Bit Gypsy/Black River – 10
Zac Brown Band/Sweet Annie/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 9
Brad Paisley/I Can’t Change The World/Arista Nashville – 8

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
The Band Perry/Don’t Let Me Be Lonely/Republic Nashville – 400
Dierks Bentley/I Hold On/Capitol – 303
Jake Owen/Days of Gold/RCA Nashville – 235
Brad Paisley/I Can’t Change The World/Arista Nashville – 234
Zac Brown Band/Sweet Annie/Southern Ground-Atlantic – 228

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Tony Stampley/When I Get On A Roll/Shongaloo Records – 206
Tommy Dalton/Sweet/Red Horseshoe Records – 192
Zane Williams/Overnight Success/BE Music – 188
Jo Dee Messina/Peace Sign/Dreambound Records – 187
Brent Cobb/Diggin’ Holes/Carnival – 181

Show Dog Universal’s Krystal Keith continued her radio tour with KRTY in support of the new single “Get Your Redneck On.” Pictured (L-R): Keith, Tina Ferguson (KRTY GSM), Nate Deaton (GM), Lisa Owen (SDU) and Julie Stevens (PD)

Show Dog Universal’s Krystal Keith continued her radio tour with KRTY in support of the new single “Get Your Redneck On.” Pictured (L-R): Keith, Tina Ferguson (KRTY GSM), Nate Deaton (GM), Lisa Owen (SDU) and Julie Stevens (PD).

Recently, Sugar Hill artist Uncle Kracker visited Nashville's SiriusXM offices where he performed this week’s No. 51 single “Blue Skies.” Pictured (L-R): David Newmark (Sugar Hill), April Rider (RPME), John Marks (SiriusXM’s Sr. Director/Country Programming), Uncle Kracker, Jeff Solima, Jack Christopher (RPME)

Recently, Sugar Hill artist Uncle Kracker visited Nashville’s SiriusXM offices, where he performed this week’s No. 51 single “Blue Skies.” Pictured (L-R): David Newmark (Sugar Hill), April Rider (RPME), John Marks (SiriusXM’s Sr. Director/Country Programming), Uncle Kracker, Jeff Solima, Jack Christopher (RPME).

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