Weekly Chart Report (10/25/13)

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Sony Music Nashville recording artist Angie Johnson recently performed at WEIO’s Barn Bash in promotion of this week’s No. 32 single, “Swagger." Pictured (L-R): RG Jones, Sony Music Nashville; Kelly Green, WEIO GM; Angie Johnson; WEIO on-air personality Ken Folkes; and Sony Music Nashville's Rusty Sherrill.

Sony Music Nashville recording artist Angie Johnson recently performed at WEIO’s Barn Bash in promotion of this week’s No. 32 single, “Swagger.” Pictured (L-R): RG Jones, Sony Music Nashville; Kelly Green, WEIO GM; Angie Johnson; WEIO on-air personality Ken Folkes; and Sony Music Nashville’s Rusty Sherrill.

After spending 15 weeks on MusicRow’s chart, Darius Rucker’s “Radio” rides the airwaves to No. 1 with 3,111 spins. Meanwhile, Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert’s “We Were Us” quickly approaches the No. 1 spot, landing at No. 2 in its seventh week on the chart. Eli Young Band’s “Drunk Last Night” climbs to No. 3, while Eric Paslay’s “Friday Night” falls to No. 4. The Band Perry’s “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” sits at No. 5. Rounding out the Top 10 this week is Jake Owen’s “Days of Gold” at No. 6, Joe Nichols’ “Sunny and 75” at No. 7, Cassadee Pope’s “Wasting All These Tears” at No. 8, Brad Paisley’s “I Can’t Change The World” at No. 9 and Love and Theft’s “If You Ever Get Lonely” at No. 10.

Lady Antebellum’s “Compass” is the week’s greatest gainer. The song continues to head north on MusicRow’s chart, rising to No. 28 with another 368 spins. George Strait’s “I Got A Car” makes a solid debut at No. 61 with 310 spins. Florida Georgia Line’s “Stay” jumps to No. 18 with another 300 spins, while Urban and Lambert’s “We Were Us” reaches No. 2 with an added 246 spins. Finally, Jerrod Niemann’s “Drink To That All Night” hits No. 57 with an extra 233 spins.

MusicRow welcomes five stellar debuts this week, with Strait’s “I Got A Car” debuting at No. 61, Kacey Musgraves’ “Follow Your Arrow” at No. 64, The Sins Country’s “Muscadine” at No. 77, Will Hoge’s “Strong” at No. 78 and Taylor Made’s “Somewhere Between” at No. 80.

Frozen Playlists: KWCK, WUCZ, KDKD, KFTX, KIAI, WXXK, WAAG

Lee Brice celebrated the kick-off of his headlining "The Otherside Tour" with some radio and industry friends at the House of Blues in Boston, MA, on Oct. 10. Pictured (L-R): Ginny Rogers (WKLB) John Innamorato (Livenation), Brice and Haley McLemore

Lee Brice celebrated the kick-off of his headlining “The Otherside Tour” with some radio and industry friends at the House of Blues in Boston, Mass., on Oct. 10. Pictured (L-R): Ginny Rogers (WKLB,) John Innamorato (Livenation), Brice and Haley McLemore

Upcoming Singles

October 28
Little River Band/You Dream, I’ll Drive/Frontiers
Mitch Goudy/Blow These Speakers Out/Third Floor Records
Blackjack Billy/Get Some/Bigger Picture
Sheryl Crow/Callin’ Me When I’m Lonely/Warner Bros.-WMN
Eric Church/The Outsiders/EMI Records Nashville

November 4
Tyler Farr/Whiskey In My Water/Columbia Nashville
Luke Bryan/Drink A Beer/Capitol
George Strait/I Got A Car/MCA Nashville

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
George Strait/I Got A Car/MCA – 61
Kacey Musgraves/Follow Your Arrow/Mercury Nashville – 64
The Sins Country/Muscadine/GTR Nashville – 77
Will Hoge/Strong/Prospector-Crescendo – 78
Taylor Made/Somewhere Between/LG Records – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
George Strait/I Got A Car/MCA – 27
Jerrod Niemann/Drink To That All Night/Arista Nashville – 17
Justin Moore/Lettin’ The Night Roll/Valory Music – 17
Kacey Musgraves/Follow Your Arrow/Mercury Nashville – 16
Eric Church/The Outsiders/EMI Nashville – 13
Lady Antebellum/Compass/Capitol – 13
Dan+Shay/19 You+Me/Warner Brothers – 12
Brett Eldredge/Beat Of The Music/Atlantic-Warner Bros. – 10

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Lady Antebellum/Compass/Capitol – 368
George Strait/I Got A Car/MCA – 310
Florida Georgia Line/Stay/Republic Nashville – 300
Keith Urban feat. Miranda Lambert/We Were Us/Capitol Nashville-Hit Red Records – 246
Jerrod Niemann/Drink To That All Night/Arista Nashville – 233

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Josh Pruno/Cut Offs/Lawrence Music Group – 210
Laura Bell Bundy/Two Step/Big Machine – 202
Ryan Broshear/Make Each Moment Last/Painted Horse – 200
Aaron Watson/July In Cheyenne/HTK Records – 197
LoCash Cowboys/Best Seat In The House/Average Joes Entertainment-Tenacity Records – 188

Thomas Rhett stopped by Nashville Mornings at 103 WKDF in Nashville prior to his It Goes Like This release on The Valory Music Co. Tues., Oct. 29. Pictured (L-R): Becca Walls, Rhett, Marty McFly.

Thomas Rhett stopped by Nashville Mornings at 103 WKDF in Nashville prior to his It Goes Like This release on The Valory Music Co., which releases Tuesday, Oct. 29. Pictured (L-R): Becca Walls, Rhett, Marty McFly.

Lew Dickey (second from R) and JT Batson (R) pose with guests at the NASH Bash at Atlanta's Terminal West, which featured host Kix Brooks and performances by Kellie Pickler, Laura Bell Bundy, Jaida Dreyer and Kenny Rogers. (Photo credit: Austin Holt)

Lew Dickey (second from R) and JT Batson (R) poses with guests at the NASH Bash at Atlanta’s Terminal West, which featured host Kix Brooks and performances by Kellie Pickler, Laura Bell Bundy, Jaida Dreyer and Kenny Rogers. (Photo credit: Austin Holt)

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