Weekly Chart Report (10/04/13)

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Atlantic/Warner Bros. artist Brett Eldredge (L) recently spent some time on air with KFDI MD Carol Hughes (R) promoting his latest single “Beat Of The Music,” which lands On Deck this week.

Atlantic/Warner Bros. artist Brett Eldredge (L) recently spent some time on air with KFDI MD Carol Hughes (R) promoting his latest single “Beat Of The Music,” which lands On Deck this week.

After spending 17 weeks on MusicRow’s chart, Blake Shelton’s “Mine Would Be You” takes the No. 1 spot with 3363 spins. The Country crooner’s spouse Miranda Lambert is close behind, with her single “All Kinds of Kinds” landing at No. 2. Luke Bryan’s “That’s My Kind of Night” sinks to No. 3, while Taylor Swift’s “Red” holds steady at No. 4. Meanwhile, Eli Young Band’s “Drunk Last Night” breaks the Top 5, jumping to No. 5. Rounding out the Top 10 this week is Eric Paslay’s “Friday Night” at No. 6, Darius Rucker’s “Radio” at No. 7, Jake Owen’s “Days of Gold” at No. 8, The Band Perry’s “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” at No. 9 and Joe Nichols’ “Sunny and 75” at No. 10.

Keith Urban and Lambert are the greatest gainers for the fourth consecutive week, with their song “We Were Us” shooting to No. 12 with another 502 spins. Meanwhile, Florida Georgia Line’s “Stay” skyrockets to No. 46 with 474 spins in its first week on the chart. The successful duo recently celebrated their success and previewed their upcoming tour for industry members in Nashville. Sara Evans’ “Slow Me Down” climbs to No. 38 with an added 245 spins, while The Band Perry’s “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” reaches No. 9 with another 241 spins. The band’s Kimberly Perry is far from lonely after her recent engagement to Blue Jays pitcher J.P. Arencibia. Finally, Hunter Hayes and Jason Mraz’s “Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me” leaps to No. 28 with an additional 238 spins.

MusicRow‘s Chart welcomes six debuts this week, with Florida Georgia Line’s “Stay” debuting at No. 46, Hank Williams Jr. & Merle Haggard’s “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink” at No. 71, Chris Weaver Band’s “Raise The Dead” at No. 72, Jason Sturgeon’s “Angel Eyes” at No. 78, Austin Webb’s “Slip On By” at No. 79 and Laura Bell Bundy’s “Two Step” at No. 80.

Frozen Playlists: KWWR, WAKG, KITX, KYEZ, WKWS

Josh Thompson (Show Dog – Universal), UMG’s Chris Stapleton (UMG) and Easton Corbin, and Frankie Ballard (WMN) joined KNCI Sacramento for their first ever, sold-out Country Uncorked wine and music event. Thompson’s “Cold Beer With Your Name On It” claims our No.  24 spot, while Ballard’s “Helluva Life” takes our No. 41 spot, while Stapleton lands at No. 36. Pictured (L-R): WAR’s Raffaella Braun, Frankie Ballard, KNCI’s Byron Kennedy, Chris Stapleton, KNCI’s Matt Vieira, Josh Thompson, Show Dog-Universal Music’s Lisa Owen, Easton Corbin and Mercury’s Summer Harlow

Josh Thompson (Show Dog – Universal), UMG’s Chris Stapleton (UMG) and Easton Corbin, and Frankie Ballard (WMN) joined KNCI Sacramento for their first ever, sold-out Country Uncorked wine and music event. Thompson’s “Cold Beer With Your Name On It” claims our No. 24 spot, while Ballard’s “Helluva Life” takes our No. 41 spot, while Stapleton lands at No. 36. Pictured (L-R): WAR’s Raffaella Braun, Frankie Ballard, KNCI’s Byron Kennedy, Chris Stapleton, KNCI’s Matt Vieira, Josh Thompson, Show Dog-Universal Music’s Lisa Owen, Easton Corbin and Mercury’s Summer Harlow.

Upcoming Singles

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 Music Group

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
Sins Country/Muscadine/Go Time Records
Lady Antebellum/Compass/Capitol Nashville

October 21
Samantha Landrum/What If/Reviver Records
Ty Herndon/Lies I Told Myself/Flying Island
Blackjack Billy/Get Some/Bigger Picture
Jerrod Niemann/Drink To That All Night/Sea Gayle-Arista Nashville
Rachel Farley/Midnight Road/Red Bow
Weston Burt/Smile That Smile/HitShop

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.
Florida Georgia Line/Stay/Republic Nashville — 46
Hank Williams Jr. & Merle Haggard/I Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink/Blaster — 71
Chris Weaver Band/Raise The Dead/American Roots Records — 72
Jason Sturgeon/Angel Eyes/Toolpusher — 78
Austin Webb/Slip On By/Streamsound — 79
Laura Bell Bundy/Two Step/Big Machine — 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Florida Georgia Line/Stay/Republic Nashville – 41
Randy Houser/Goodnight Kiss/Stoney Creek – 18
Little Big Town/Sober/Capitol – 16
Lady Antebellum/Compass/Capitol – 15
Sara Evans/Slow Me Down/RCA – 13
Parmalee/Carolina/Stoney Creek Records – 9
Taylor Made/Somewhere Between/Little General Records– 9
Jerrod Niemann/Drink To That All Night/Arista Nashville – 9
Chris Weaver Band/Raise The Dead/American Roots Records – 9
Leah Turner/Take The Keys/Columbia Nashville – 9

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Keith Urban feat. Miranda Lambert/We Were Us/Capitol Nashville-Hit Red Records — 502
Florida Georgia Line/Stay/Republic Nashville — 474
Sara Evans/Slow Me Down/RCA — 245
The Band Perry/Don’t Let Me Be Lonely/Republic Nashville — 241
Hunter Hayes feat. Jason Mraz/Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me/Atlantic-Warner Bros. — 238

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Brett Eldredge/Beat Of The Music/Atlantic/Warner Bros. — 177
Lady Antebellum/Compass/Capitol — 175
Kari & Billy/Play Me A Fiddle Song/Kari & Billy — 163
Joe Allen/Looks Like It’s Raining/Stubborn Horse Records — 162
Breelan Angel/Halfway To Wasted/Momentum/MisBhavin’ Records — 161

Charlie Worsham recently performed songs from his album Rubberband for KASE listeners. Pictured (L-R): Bob Picket (MD – KASE), Ray Vaughn (Southwest Regional – Warner Bros./W.A.R.), Charlie Worsham & JT Bosch (PD – KASE)

Charlie Worsham recently performed songs from his album Rubberband for KASE listeners. Pictured (L-R): Bob Picket (MD – KASE), Ray Vaughn (Southwest Regional – Warner Bros./W.A.R.), Charlie Worsham & JT Bosch (PD – KASE).

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