Weekly Chart Report (12/06/13)

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Jake Owen (R) recently celebrated the release of his new album, Days Of Gold, in New York with WNSH's Kelly Ford (L).

Jake Owen (R) recently celebrated the release of his new album, Days Of Gold, in New York with WNSH’s Kelly Ford (L).

MusicRow’s Top 10 songs are almost a mirror image of last week’s Top 10, with Florida Georgia Line’s “Stay” remaining at No. 1 for the second week in a row with 3,206 spins. CMT recently honored the stellar duo at its Artists of the Year gala. Meanwhile, Cassadee Pope’s “Wasting All These Tears” holds steady at No. 2. Zac Brown Band’s “Sweet Annie” continues to sit at No. 3, while David Nail’s “Whatever She’s Got” stays at No. 4. Cole Swindell’s “Chillin’ It” hangs onto 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, Scotty McCreery‘s “See You Tonight” at No. 8, Luke Bryan‘s “Drink A Beer” at No. 9 and Love and Theft‘s “If You Ever Get Lonely” at No. 10.

Stations can’t stop consuming Bryan’s “Drink A Beer,” which is the week’s greatest gainer, hitting No. 9 with an added 444 spins. Jason Aldean’s “When She Says Baby” moves to No. 21 with an added 372 spins. Brad Paisley’s “The Mona Lisa” debuts at No. 67 with 300 spins, while Kip Moore’s “Young Love” captures the hearts of radio programmers, jumping to No. 53 with another 200 spins. Finally, David Nail’s “Whatever She’s Got” maintains the No. 4 spot with 200 more spins.

MusicRow welcomes three thrilling debuts this week, with Paisley’s “The Mona Lisa” debuting at No. 67, Robby Johnson’s “South of Me” at No. 75 and Summer Schappell’s “It’s Working” at No. 80.

Frozen Playlists: KMOK, WMCI, KBOE, KMKS, KIAI, KITX, WXXK

eOne Entertainment's Sundy Best recently visited with Big D & Bubba since their Grand Ole Opry debut. Pictured (L-R): Big D, Kris Bentley, Nick Jamerson, Bubba. Picture: Dave Reynolds.

eOne Entertainment’s Sundy Best recently visited with Big D & Bubba since their Grand Ole Opry debut. Pictured (L-R): Big D, Kris Bentley, Nick Jamerson, Bubba. Photo: Dave Reynolds.

Upcoming Singles

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.
Brad Paisley/The Mona Lisa/Arista Nashville – 67
Robby Johnson/South of Me/Contrast Music Records – 75
Summer Schappell/It’s Working/615 – 80

Most Added
Artist/song/label — New Adds
Kip Moore/Young Love/MCA Nashville – 26
Brad Paisley/The Mona Lisa/Arista Nashville – 24
Thomas Rhett/Get Me Some Of That/Valory Music – 16
Dan+Shay/19 You+Me/Warner Bros. – 8
Billy Currington/We Are Tonight/Mercury – 8
Craig Campbell/Keep Them Kisses Comin’/Bigger Picture – 8
Tyler Farr/Whiskey In My Water /Columbia Nashville – 8
Jason Aldean/When She Says Baby/Broken Bow – 7

Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label — spin+
Luke Bryan/Drink A Beer/Capitol Nashville – 444
Jason Aldean/When She Says Baby/Broken Bow – 371
Brad Paisley/The Mona Lisa/Arista Nashville – 300
Kip Moore/Young Love/MCA Nashville – 295
David Nail/Whatever She’s Got/MCA Nashville – 200

On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label — spins
Jared Blake/Countryfied/Skiddco Records – 211
Maggie Sajak/Wild Boy/Back East Records-GMV Nashville – 207
Ry Bradley/New Kind Of Lonely/Crimson Q Records – 207
Angel Mary & The Tennessee Werewolves/Folsom Prison Blues/Verado – 195
Sheryl Crow/Callin’ Me When I’m Lonely/Warner Bros. – 173

Kellie Pickler, who recently spent time with WQDR staff after their Country For Kids Show benefitting the NC Children's Hospital, lands at No. 28 this week with her Black River single “Little Bit Gypsy.” Pictured (L-R): Lisa McKay, Kellie Pickler, JJ Herr, Black River's Megan Boardman & Cody Clark.

Kellie Pickler, who recently spent time with WQDR staff after their Country For Kids Show benefitting the NC Children’s Hospital, lands at No. 28 this week with her Black River single “Little Bit Gypsy.” Pictured (L-R): Lisa McKay, Kellie Pickler, JJ Herr, Black River’s Megan Boardman & Cody Clark.

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