Weekly Chart Report (11/27/13)

SPIN ZONE

Rising country star and established actress Lucy Hale (R) stopped by WUBE to visit with PD Grover Collins (L) in Cincinnati on her recent radio promo tour.
Rising Country star and established actress Lucy Hale (R) stopped by WUBE to visit with PD Grover Collins (L) in Cincinnati on her recent radio promo tour.

After spending nine weeks on the chart, Florida Georgia Line’s “Stay” crosses the border to No. 1 with 3175 spins. Meanwhile, Cassadee Pope’s “Wasting All These Tears” jumps to No. 2. Zac Brown Band’s “Sweet Annie” climbs to No. 3, while David Nail’s “Whatever She’s Got” leaps to No. 4. Cole Swindell’s “Chillin’ It” moves up two spots, landing at No. 5. Rounding out the Top 10 this week is Dierks Bentley’s “I Hold On” at No. 6, Lady Antebellum’s “Compass” at No. 7, Jake Owen’s “Days of Gold” at No. 8 and Scotty McCreery’s “See You Tonight” at No. 9. McCreery recently announced the dates for his upcoming See You Tonight tour. Finally, Love and Theft’s “If You Ever Get Lonely” breaks the Top 10, landing at No. 10.

Jason Aldean’s “When She Says Baby” is the week’s greatest gainer, rising to No. 28 with another 232 spins. Luke Bryan’s “Drink A Beer” also gains 232 spins, ascending to No. 15. Florida Georgia Line moves to the top of MusicRow’s chart with 210 more spins, while George Strait’s “I Got A Car” reaches No. 21 with an extra 143 spins. Lastly, Danielle Bradbery’s “The Heart of Dixie” jumps to No. 13 with 134 additional spins. The newcomer recently made her debut at the Grand Ole Opry.

MusicRow welcomes debuts from two singers this week, with Bush Hawg’s “More Than Corn” debuting at No. 77 and Kip Moore’s “Young Love” at No. 79.

News: CMT and Clear Channel Media have partnered to create programming across TV, radio and digital properties. The partnership marks the largest Country platform in radio and TV, with CMT reaching 92 million households and Clear Channel extending to 89 million listeners per month.

As a result of the partnership, CMT radio personality Cody Alan has been named the new host of Premiere Networks’ syndicated show After MidNite, which has been rebranded as CMT After Midnite With Cody Alan. His show will debut on Jan. 6.

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Frozen Playlists: WKDZ, KSED, WOWF, WMCI, KWCK, KDXY, WMEV, WTHO, KYTN, WOKA, KMKS, WEIO, WBYZ, KRGI, KXIA, WJVL, WLJE, KFTX, KCJC, KVOM, WXXK, KYEZ, KZPK, KKOW, KGRT, WTCM

 

Funl/Flying Island's Ty Herndon recently visited with WSM's Bill Cody in promotion of his new material from his first album in seven years Lies I Told Myself.

Funl/Flying Island’s Ty Herndon (L) recently visited with WSM’s Bill Cody (R) in promotion of his new material from his first album in seven years, Lies I Told Myself.

Upcoming Singles

December 2
Craig Campbell/Keep Them Kisses Comin’/Acoustic Peach-Bigger Picture

December 9
Brad Paisley/The Mona Lisa/Arista Nashville
Charlie Worsham/Want Me Too/Warner Bros.-WAR
Court Yard Hounds/Sunshine/Columbia

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

New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label — chart pos.
Bush Hawg/More Than Corn/RCA Nashville – 77
Kip Moore/Young Love/MCA Nashville – 79

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Jason Aldean/When She Says Baby/Broken Bow – 9
Thomas Rhett/Get Me Some Of That/Valory Music – 7
Brad Paisley/The Mona Lisa/Arista Nashville – 7
Kip Moore/Young Love/MCA Nashville – 7
Billy Currington/We Are Tonight/Mercury – 6
The Cadillac Three/The South/Big Machine – 5
Dan+Shay/19 You+Me/Warner Bros. – 4
Austin Webb/Slip On By/Streamsound – 4
Toby Keith/Shut Up and Hold On/Show Dog-Universal – 4
Luke Bryan/Drink A Beer/Capitol Nashville – 4
Seth Hopkins/Til The Town Burns Down/Harvest – 4
Bush Hawg/More Than Corn/RCA Nashville – 4
Tyler Farr/Whiskey In My Water /Columbia Nashville – 4

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Jason Aldean/When She Says Baby/Broken Bow – 232
Luke Bryan/Drink A Beer/Capitol Nashville – 232
Florida Georgia Line/Stay/Republic Nashville – 210
George Strait/I Got A Car/MCA – 143
Danielle Bradbery/The Heart of Dixie/Big Machine – 134

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
John Karl/Old River Road/Pour Boy – 209
Ry Bradley/New Kind Of Lonely/Crimson Q Records – 207
Robby Johnson/South of Me / Contrast Music Records – 202
Jared Blake/Countryfied/Skiddco Records- 186
Maggie Sajak/Wild Boy/Back East Records-GMV Nashville – 184

Atlantic/WMN’s Hunter Hayes recently played in front of his hometown in Lafayette, LA.  Pictured (L-R): KMDL’s Stephanie Crist, Hunter Hayes, and WMN’s Mark Niederhauser.

Atlantic/WMN’s Hunter Hayes recently played in front of his hometown in Lafayette, La. His latest single, “Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me,” featuring Jason Mraz, lands at No. 12. Pictured (L-R): KMDL’s Stephanie Crist, Hunter Hayes, and WMN’s Mark Niederhauser.

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