Weekly Chart Report (11/1/13)

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Easton Corbin (center) recently visited with Pharr, TX’s JoJo Cerda (PD KTEX) and Patches (MD KTEX).

Easton Corbin (center) recently visited with Pharr, TX’s JoJo Cerda (PD KTEX) and Patches (MD KTEX).

Superstars Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert top MusicRow’s chart this week, with “We Were Us” reaching the No. 1 spot after only eight weeks on the chart. Meanwhile, Eli Young Band’s “Drunk Last Night” leaps to No. 2. Eric Paslay’s “Friday Night” rises to No. 3, while The Band Perry’s “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely” jumps to No. 4. Jake Owen’s “Days of Gold” breaks the Top 5, landing at No. 5. Rounding out the Top 10 this week is Cassadee Pope’s “Wasting All These Tears” at No. 6, Joe Nichols’ “Sunny and 75” at No. 7, Darius Rucker’s “Radio” at No. 8, Brad Paisley’s “I Can’t Change The World” at No. 9 and Zac Brown Band’s “Sweet Annie” at No. 10.

Eric Church’s “The Outsiders” is the week’s greatest gainer, racing to No. 48 with 478 spins. The singer recently announced plans to perform at a Gregg Allman tribute in January. Lady Antebellum’s “Compass” guides the band to No. 24 with another 329 spins. Florida Georgia Line’s “Stay” hits No. 15 with an extra 299 spins, while Urban and Lambert’s “We Were Us” reaches No. 1 with an added 274 spins. Finally, George Strait’s “I Got A Car” rises to No. 47 with another 230 spins.

Male artists dominate this week’s debuts, with Church’s “The Outsiders” debuting at No. 48,  Dan+Shay’s “19 You+Me” at No. 75, LoCash Cowboys’ “Best Seat In The House” at No. 78 and Josh Pruno’s “Cut Offs” at No. 80.

Frozen Playlists: WAKG, WKWS, WZZS

Toby Keith lands ‘on deck’ this week with his latest Show Dog-Universal single, “Shut Up and Hold On,” after recently visiting with Blair Garner and the NASH FM America's Morning Show. Keith’s new album Drinks After Work, became available this week. Pictured (L-R): Chuck Wicks, Keith, Terri Clark, Blair Garner

Toby Keith lands ‘on deck’ this week with his latest Show Dog-Universal single, “Shut Up and Hold On,” after recently visiting with Blair Garner and the NASH FM America’s Morning Show. Keith’s new album, Drinks After Work, became available this week. Pictured (L-R): Chuck Wicks, Keith, Terri Clark, Blair Garner

Upcoming Singles

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

November 11
Chase Rice/Ready Set Roll/Dack Janiels-RPME

November 18
Bush Hawg/More Than Corn/RCA Nashville
Toby Keith/Shut Up and Hold On/Show Dog-Universal

December 16
Lindsay Ell/Trippin’ On Us/Stoney Creek

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New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Eric Church/The Outsiders/EMI Nashville – 48
Dan+Shay/19 You+Me/Warner Bros. – 75
LoCash Cowboys/Best Seat In The House/Average Joes Entertainment-Tenacity Records – 78
Josh Pruno/Cut Offs/Lawrence Music Group – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Eric Church/The Outsiders/EMI Nashville – 36
Toby Keith/Shut Up and Hold On/Show Dog – Universal – 18
George Strait/I Got A Car/MCA – 17
Lady Antebellum/Compass/Capitol – 13
Justin Moore/Lettin’ The Night Roll/Valory Music – 11
Jerrod Niemann/Drink To That All Night/Arista Nashville – 11
Leah Turner/Take The Keys/Columbia Nashville – 10
Tyler Farr/Whiskey In My Water/Columbia Nashville – 9

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Eric Church/The Outsiders/EMI Nashville – 478
Lady Antebellum/Compass/Capitol – 329
Florida Georgia Line/Stay/Republic Nashville – 299
Keith Urban feat. Miranda Lambert/We Were Us/Capitol Nashville-Hit Red Records – 274
George Strait/I Got A Car/MCA – 230

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Ryan Broshear/Make Each Moment Last/Painted Horse – 234
Toby Keith/Shut Up and Hold On/Show Dog – Universal – 217
Joe Allen/Looks Like It’s Raining/Stubborn Horse Records – 203
Aaron Watson/July In Cheyenne/HTK Records – 201
Laura Bell Bundy/Two Step/Big Machine – 201

Eric Gunderson and Stephen Barker Liles of the CMA-nominated duo Love and Theft recently stopped by The Bobby Bones show in promotion of this week’s No. 12 RCA Nashville single “If You Ever Get Lonely.” Pictured (L-R): Eddie, Bobby Bones, Eric Gunderson, Amy, Stephen Barker Liles, Lunchbox

Eric Gunderson and Stephen Barker Liles of the CMA-nominated duo Love and Theft recently stopped by The Bobby Bones show in promotion of this week’s No. 12 RCA Nashville single “If You Ever Get Lonely.” Pictured (L-R): Eddie, Bobby Bones, Eric Gunderson, Amy, Stephen Barker Liles, Lunchbox

Brett Eldredge recently visited with WTHT and WPOR before his show in Portland, ME in promotion of his No. 46 Atlantic/WMN single “Beat Of The.” Pictured (L-R): Kevin Herring (WMN VP of Promotion), Corey Garrison (WTHT), Eldredge, Katie Bright (WMN) and Matty Jeff (WPOR).

Brett Eldredge recently visited with WTHT and WPOR before his show in Portland, ME in promotion of his No. 46 Atlantic/WMN single “Beat Of The Music.” Pictured (L-R): Kevin Herring (WMN VP of Promotion), Corey Garrison (WTHT), Eldredge, Katie Bright (WMN) and Matty Jeff (WPOR).

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