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Friday, March 12, 2010 - MusicRow – Nashville`s Music Industry
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Table of Contents
1 2009—The Year of
More...And Less!
4 Lambert Is Hanging With
The Boys
4 Bellamy Brothers Song On
Broadway
4 Country Weekly Spotlights
Country Couture
4 Week-At-A-Glance
4 Spin Zone/Chart Data
6 Programmer Playlist
7 Photos From The Road
8 CountryBreakout™ Chart
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Friday,
Friday, March
March 12,
12, 2010
2010
2009—The Year of More...And Less!
by Ralph Murphy
(With Special Thanks to Eric Gross, Andrea Jeitz, MaryAnn Keen, and Anna Maki)
I get a lot of heat for studying
only No. 1 records, but strangely
enough, it doesn't usually come from
the writers, publishers or artists that
actually have one. My feeling is that
if the “business” feels it's worth
promoting, bullying or outright
buying a record to the top, they
must be pretty confident in the
foundation that the artist’s career
is built upon—the song. So, in line
with “no one throws a No. 2 party,”
this is a look at what made it to
No. 1 in 2009.
Last year's No. 1 songs
continued a trend that started at
the beginning of the decade. For
the last ten years, there has been
a substantial increase in No. 1
records. For instance, in 2009, 31
songs went to the top, up from 26
in 2008, and 21 in 2004.
The number of writers
participating in the cheese, shrimp,
speeches and backslapping
increased from 49 last year to 71
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this year. That means each writer’s
work has less total time on the charts.
2009's longest-running chart records
were Chris Young’s “Getting You
Home” and Lady Antebellum’s “I
Run To You,” both at 38 weeks. The
times they are a-changing.
Race to No. 1
At 10 weeks, Carrie
Underwood’s “Cowboy Casanova”
and Brad Paisley’s “Then” were
last year's fastest travelers up the
chart. Unfortunately, Underwood
was also the fastest off the charts
—on and gone in 14 weeks, while
Paisley hung around for a total of
17 weeks.
Eight records peaked in 15 weeks
or less. In addition to Carrie and
Brad, there were Kenny Chesney's
“Out Last Night," Jason Aldean's
“Big Green Tractor,” Rascal Flatts'
“Here Comes Goodbye,” Toby Keith's
“American Ride,” Sugarland's “It
Happens" and Lady Antebellum's
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Danny Gokey was in the Atlanta area for the March 2 release date of
his album My Best Days. He performed, signed autographs and made a
cool music purchase at the Mall of Georgia’s Best Buy location.
Friday, March 12, 2010
“Need You Now.” Interestingly, records
seemed to take a little longer than last year
to climb the charts. Slightly over one-third
of them took over 20 weeks to get to No. 1.
As most of these artists have had hits
before, it would be easy to attribute their
fast rise to star power and fan familiarity,
but there were four newcomers to the No. 1
club in 2009—Mac McAnally (although
paired with Kenny Chesney), Chris Young,
Justin Moore and Lady Antebellum.
Two of those newcomers, Young and
Moore, took the longest to get to No. 1,
so maybe they just had to earn their way.
Moore's “Small Town USA” took 33 weeks
to get to the top. Winning the prize for
longest ascent was Young's “Getting You
Home” at 35 weeks. Those singles also
lived the longest on the charts at 35 and
38 weeks respectively, along with Lady A's
“Run To You” (38 weeks).
Notable is the haste with which records
moved off the charts. Two to three weeks
after they hit No. 1 seems to be the average
amount of time spent in the sun. That's
the opposite of what happens to pop songs
on Billboard's Hot 100, where records race
to the top and hang around for months.
Artist/Writers
In 2008, fifty percent of the No. 1s
were written or co-written by the artist.
That trend accelerated this year, with 19
of the 31 No. 1s written or co-written by
the artist. Almost two thirds of all No. 1s were “inside” jobs.
How that will affect publishers' business plans will be almost
as interesting as watching how non-performing writers
respond to this new challenge.
2009 American Idol finalist Michael Sarver recently joined ASCAP as
a writer/publisher member. Little Champion Music's Rachel Thibodeau
has been producing sides for Sarver at Blackbird Studio, including
the single "Ferris Wheel," co-written by Thibodeau, Curb Publishing's
Kyle Jacobs and UMG Nashville's Josh Kelley. (L-R): Thibodeau, Sarver
and ASCAP's Earle Simmons.
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Tempos
Well, somebody rolled the dice, went with a waltz and
danced all the way to the top. “Already Gone” got the job done
for Sugarland and gave them the first of two No. 1s for 2009.
The other 30 chart-toppers were all in 4/4, with tempos
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almost equally shared between ballads (9 of them), midtempo
(12) and up-tempo (10).
Intros
Intros were pretty consistently within the 13-18 second
range, with only “Start A Band” by Brad Paisley and Keith Urban
exceeding that, with the guitar-fueled intro going 24 seconds.
“River of Love” came in at 24 seconds to be the longest
intro. At the other extreme, was the Chesney/MacAnally duet,
“Down The Road.” Darius Rucker's “Alright” did away with
the intro, with the track and vocal starting at almost the same
time. Add all the intros together and average them out, and
you arrive at the old industry standard of 13 seconds.
2009 No. 1 Songs & Writers
(Alphabetical by Title)
“Already Gone” Kristian Bush, Jennifer Nettles and Bobby Pinson
“Alright” Frank Rogers and Darius Rucker
“American Ride” Dave Pahanish and Joseph West
“Big Green Tractor” Jim Collins and David Lee Murphy
“Country Boy” Alan Jackson
“Cowboy Casanova” Mike Elizondo, Brett James and Carrie Underwood
“Down The Road” Mac McAnally
“Feel That Fire” Brett Beavers, Dierks Bentley, Brad Warren and Brett Warren
“Gettin’ You Home (Black Dress Song)” Cory Batten, Kent Blazy and Chris Young
“God Love Her” Toby Keith and Vicky McGehee
“Here” Steve Robson and Jeffrey Steele
“Here Comes Goodbye” Clint Lagerberg and Chris Sligh
“I Run To You” Tom Douglas, Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott
“It Happens” Kristian Bush, Jennifer Nettles and Bobby Pinson
“It’s America” Brett James and Angelo Petraglia
“It Won’t Be Like This For Long” Chris DuBois, Ashley Gorley and Darius Rucker
“Need You Now” Dave Haywood, Josh Kear, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott
“Only You Can Love Me This Way” Steve McEwan and John Reid
“Out Last Night” Kenny Chesney and Brett James
“People Are Crazy” Bobby Braddock and Troy Jones
“River Of Love” Billy Brunette, Shawn Camp and Dennis Morgan
“Roll With Me” Clint Daniels and Tommy Karlas
“She’s Country” Dan Myrick and Bridgette Tatum
“She Wouldn’t Be Gone” Jennifer Adan and Cory Batten
“Sideways” Brett Beavers and Dierks Bentley
“Small Town USA” Brian Dean Maher, Justin Moore and Jeremy Stover
“Start A Band” Dallas Davidson, Ashley Gorley and Kelley Lovelace
“Sweet Thing” Monty Powell and Keith Urban
“Then” Chris DuBois, Ashley Gorley and Brad Paisley
“Toes” Zac Brown, Wyatt Durette, John Hopkins and Shawn Mullins
“You Belong With Me” Liz Rose and Taylor Swift
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A Little Advice
Let’s get back to that ‘more and less’ thing. Taking the
last decade as a template, sales both digital and physical,
dropped by 50%, which will negatively affect mechanical
income. Media economist Jack Myers recently predicted in
Inside Radio that "radio revenues will fall 18.7% this year.”
This will lead to a decrease in performance income forcing
writers and publishers to “split the blanket” (to quote my old
friend Harlan Howard) much more than they used to.
The good news is that the demand for music has never
been higher. The bad news is that people don’t want to pay
for it. Well, I’ve got some real news...they never have!
So, if you’re a smart artist, find some great writers to
write with. If you’re a great writer, find a great artist to work
with. And as you roll that song out remember, we have had
a wonderful ride for the last century due to the efforts of our
great, great, great grandparents. They put a copyright law
in place back in 1909 and then fought every theater, bar and
club to get compensated for their music. Along the way, every
new technology that came along needed what writers created
and wanted it for cheap (read FREE).
“New" technologies like radio, movies and television fought
for the right to use music for as little money as possible. The
war going forward today is no different than the war that has
always been fought. As creators and copyright owners, we
have been lulled into believing we are part of an industry
where all are equal partners in success. Not so.
The more that people use what we create to make money,
the greater appears to be their sense of entitlement. Breaking
new ground and finding new uses for our songs is great as
long as we share in the revenues generated.
Remember, it all really does begin with a song.
•••
Ralph Murphy is the author of Murphy’s Laws
of Songwriting (Murphyslawsofsongwriting.com).
He is a past president of the Nashville
Songwriters Association, former Nashville
chapter president and former national trustee
of the Recording Academy (NARAS). He had his
first hit in 1966 (“Call My Name”—James Royal)
and has had chart success for five decades. He
had produced platinum albums and his songs
have been recorded by Randy Travis, Don
Williams, Shania Twain, Kathy Mattea, Ray
Price and more. Murphy currently serves as vice
president international and domestic membership group of ASCAP and
guest lectures at universities, music industry conventions and sister
P.R.O.s SOCAN (Canada), APRA (Australia), and IMRO (Ireland).
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Week-At-A-Glance
March 12: Melissa Peterman: Am I The Only One?; 10 pm ET, CMT
March 16
Album Release: Travis Rush—Feel (Mason)
Album Release: Brantley Gilbert—Halfway To Heaven (Average Joes)
Television, the event will benefit
Musicians On Call. While this year’s
lineup of artists is still being
firmed up, past participants
have included Chris Young,
Chuck Wicks, Clay Walker,
Lorrie Morgan, and Tanya
Tucker.
The doors will open at 11 a.m. with an acoustic
show starting at 11:30 a.m., followed by the fashion show
at noon. Immediately after the fashion portion of the event,
some of the artists will also perform their biggest hits.
Premium seating tickets are available at musiciansoncall.org.
All other tickets start at $35 and can be purchased at
ticketmaster.com. All tickets include lunch.
Spin Zone
Lambert Is Hanging
With The Boys
Miranda Lambert has
selected a long list of male artists
to accompany her on the various
legs of her upcoming Roadside
Bars & Pink Guitars tour. So far,
Lambert has enlisted James
Otto, David Nail, Randy
Houser, Cross Canadian
Miranda Lambert
Ragweed, Eric Church, Jake
Owen, Wade Bowen, Luke Bryan and Chris Young. Each
act will join Lambert for select dates throughout the tour.
“I like pink guitars and puppies so how scary can I be?”
laughs Miranda. "Seriously, it’s going to be a lot of fun. I’ve
been on tour with some great male headliners so I thought
it’s only natural that I invite some talented guys on my first
official headlining tour!”
Bellamy Brothers Song
On Broadway
Venerable country duo The
Bellamy Brothers recently
authorized the use of their song,
“Get Into Reggae Cowboy” for the
upcoming Broadway play Enron.
The play is a tragic comedy that
follows a group of flawed men and women in a
narrative of greed and loss using music, movement and video.
The Bellamy’s song has been choreographed using
interpretive dance and is featured throughout the production.
Enron is directed by Headlong Theater’s Artistic Director
Rupert Goold and will debut on April 8 at Broadway’s
Broadhurst Theater.
In other Bellamy news, the brothers are celebrating their
35th Anniversary with the release of The Anthology Vol. 1.
Country Weekly Spotlights
Country Couture
The 4th Annual Country Weekly Fashion Show and
Concert is set to take place Tuesday, June 8 at Nashville's
Wildhorse Saloon. Sponsored by Durango and Lifetime
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by Jon Freeman
It’s time for some warmer weather, and also time for a
new No. 1 song: Keith Urban’s “‘Til Summer Comes Around”
has reached the chart’s top spot after a multi-week run by
Blake Shelton’s “Hillbilly Bone.” Urban’s latest is part of a
long string of CountryBreakout No. 1s that includes “Only
You Can Love Me This Way,” “Kiss A Girl,” “Sweet Thing,”
“You Look Good In My Shirt,” and “Everybody.”
Following Urban are Capitol labelmates Lady Antebellum
with “American Honey” at No. 2, and Eric Church with “Hell
On The Heart” at No. 3. Zac Brown Band’s “Highway 20 Ride”
has muscled its way to No. 4 with a big gain of 128 spins,
and Carrie Underwood’s “Temporary Home” sits tight at
No. 5. Joe Nichols’ “Gimmie That Girl,” Justin Moore’s
“Backwoods,” and Rascal Flatts’ “Unstoppable” all see large
gains in spins and are rewarded with higher positioning
inside the top 10.
An abundance of new and quickly-rising singles are skipping
over the competition on their way up the chart. Toby Keith’s
“Every Dog Has Its Day” is out front, climbing to No. 27 in its
second week of activity. Jason Aldean’s “Crazy Town” is
not far behind at No. 31 and picks up Greatest Spin Gain
honors. Miranda Lambert’s “The House That Built Me” picks
up 312 spins and moves to No. 34 after only three weeks.
Also quickly catching on are relative newcomers Emily West’s
#1
Keith Urban
"Til Summer Comes
Around"
Capitol Nashville
Signs are showing all around that summer
in Nashville might actually be on its way,
but Keith Urban’s “‘Til Summer Comes
Around” has already arrived. This week
the slow jam takes over the
CountryBreakout™ Chart’s No. 1 spot with a gain of nearly 70 spins.
Urban was recently a guest on a special Oscar night episode of Jimmy
Kimmel Live, where he performed this song and made a guest
appearance in a side-splitting skit called “Handsome Men’s Club”
alongside Matthew McConaughey, Sting, Ben Affleck, and more.
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getting requests for John Long's ‘I Wish I
Had The Job Paycheck Told Them All to
Shove’ and anything Lady Antebellum! Love
the ‘Groovy Little Summer Song’ from James
Otto—an excellent test led to an add!”
“Blue Sky” and Jaron & The
Long Road To Love’s “I Pray
For You,” which move to No. 37
and 39, respectively.
Reporter Comments:
“Brad Lee Schroeder's ‘Easy’ is one of
“What's hot is Kenny
Chesney’s ‘Ain't Back Yet,’
Keith Urban’s ‘‘Til Summer
Comes Around,’ and Jason
Aldean’s ‘Crazy Town’—
because anyone who has
been there knows its the
truth,” says Jim Kay of
KVVP/Leesville, LA. “Katie
Armiger’s ‘Kiss Me Now’ is
HOT and gettin' hotter, as
are ‘Better Than I Used To
Be’ by Sammy Kershaw,
‘Countrified’ by Ken
Domash, and ‘Hip To My
Heart’ by The Band Perry.”
“Hot, Hot, Hot—Lady
the best songs that has hit my desk in a
long time!” says Debbie Duncan of KBCR/
Steamboat Springs, CO. “With a simple yet
catchy lyric and toe-tapping tempo, it's a
real feel-good song!”
MusicRow Country
Twitter Chart
(3/11/10)
An all-star cast of musicians gathered before
a sold-out crowd for “Help Haiti Live” at
Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on February 27,
benefitting Compassion International’s Haiti
disaster relief fund. The concert, which
featured Alison Krauss and Union Station
featuring Jerry Douglas, Big Kenny, Mat
Kearney, Jars of Clay, Brandon Heath,
NeedToBreathe, Dave Barnes, and Matt Wertz
was sponsored by Gaylord Entertainment
Company. Photo: Aaron Crisler
Antebellum's ‘American
Honey’ has phones flashing
like a neon sign as the weeks’s
No. 1 request,” says Scott
Soderberg of KAUS/Austin,
MN. “The Band Perry’s ‘Hip
To My Heart’ comes in second
while the snow melt is getting
some help from Luke Bryan’s ‘Rain Is A Good Thing.’”
“Hot songs here in Big Country include ‘Tell Your Sister
I'm Single’ by Tyler Dickerson,” says Shelly Marx of
WWBE/Selinsgrove, PA. “And the Bellamy Brothers’
‘Heart of My Heart’ still has the phones hot and the
emails burning.”
“Hot requests right out of the box for Jaron & the Long
Road To Love’s ‘I Pray For You’—the phones lit up right
away!” says Susie Martin of WATZ/Alpena, MI. “Still
Power Chart Debut
Jason Mitchell
"Slow And Steady"
DMP
Jason’s Mitchell’s smoldering “Slow and
Steady” is beginning to please the ears of
programmers, as it moves on to the
CountryBreakout™ Chart at No. 65 and
our highest debut of the week. The son
of producer/songwriter Dan Mitchell (“If
You’re Gonna Play In Texas (You Gotta Have A Fiddle In The Band)),”
Jason Mitchell grew up in Nashville surrounded by the music industry
and spent his early years interested in everything but music. His love
for singing and performing came later, during college, when he landed
a singing role in the cast of a local tourist attraction. Soon he had
produced his own CD, as well as raising $25,000 for Vanderbilt
Hospital’s Burn Center.
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Artist
This Wk
1. Taylor Swift
2,803,094
2. Kenny Chesney
413,706
3. Billy Ray Cyrus
350,428
4. Kellie Pickler
209,882
5. Jennette McCurdy 170,517
6. Danny Gokey
111,588
7. Julianne Hough
107,486
8. Brad Paisley
99,883
9. Keith Urban
90,280
10. Lady Antebellum
87,335
11. Reba McEntire
82,638
12. Blake Shelton
80,447
Last Wk
2,755,333
408,967
349,012
208,339
169,279
109,393
106,202
95,105
88,800
84,865
81,459
79,036
BigChampagne Chart
Taylor Swift’s dominance of the
BigChampagne Internet Chart continues
for another week, with “Fearless” staying
in the No. 1 spot and Valentine’s Day
soundtrack exclusive “Today Was A
Fairytale” experiencing a massive
activity spike at No. 3. Internet users are also showing love
to Carrie Underwood’s “Temporary Home” which moves
up to the No. 6 position, and Eric Church’s currently hotat-radio “Hell On The Heart” maneuvers into the No. 10 spot
for its first top 10 appearance.
Greatest Spin Gain
Jason Aldean
"Crazy Town"
Broken Bow Records
On his rocking new single “Crazy Town,”
Jason Aldean depicts the insane hustle of
aspiring country singers in Nashville and
the tough road to stardom. Fortunately,
that time of stuggle for Aldean seems to
be over as his third album Wide Open is
certified Platinum with three No. 1 hits to its credit. CountryBreakout™
panelists have given their approval to “Crazy Town,” which earned
the weeks’ biggest gain of 449 spins and moved to No. 31. Aldean is
currently headlining his own Wide Open tour and will soon join
Brooks & Dunn for their Last Rodeo farewell tour.
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BigChampagne Chart
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Artist
Song
Taylor Swift
Fearless
Uncle Kracker
Smile
Taylor Swift
Today Was A Fairytale
Zac Brown Band Highway 20 Ride
Rascal Flatts
Unstoppable
Carrie Underwood Temporary Home
Justin Moore
Backwoods
Josh Turner
Why Don’t We Just Dance
Keith Urban
‘Til Summer Comes Around
Eric Church
Hell On The Heart
Frozen Playlists:
KFLS, KLMJ, KNAH, KUUB, KZPK, WAGI,
WDHR
New On The Chart—Debuting This Week
Artist/song/label
chart pos.
Jason Mitchell/Slow and Steady/DMP ...................................65
Gloriana/The World is Ours Tonight/
Emblem/Warner Bros./Bigger Picture ............................67
Ken Domash/Countrified/Thunder Mountain/
Spinville Records ........................................................68
Scott Lindsey/You Only Call Me When You're Drunk/
Gray Trailer Music ......................................................69
Marty Raybon/Daddy Phone/GrandVista/Nine North ...............71
Jerrod Niemann/Lover, Lover/Sea Gayle/Arista......................72
Brady Seals/Been There, Drunk That/StarCity/Spinville ..........73
Mike Aiken/Jagger & Jones/Aspirion.....................................74
Mustang Creek/Love Makes The World Go Round/Cupit ..........75
Lucky Seven Greatest Spin Increase
Artist/song/label
spin+
Jason Aldean/Crazy Town/Broken Bow ...............................449
Going For Adds
Click to See Complete List
Toby Keith/Every Dog Has Its Day/Show Dog-Universal ........414
Little Big Town/Little White Church/Capitol .........................412
Kenny Chesney/Ain't Back Yet/BNA ...................................362
George Strait/I Gotta Get To You/MCA ...............................350
Miranda Lambert/The House That Built Me/Columbia............312
Martina McBride/Wrong Baby Wrong/RCA ...........................272
On Deck—Soon To Be Charting
Artist/song/label
spins
Kate Russell/Kick Down the Door ......................................226
Bucky Covington/A Father's Love/Lyric Street .....................220
Eli Young Band/Guinevere/Republic/Show Dog-Universal ......214
Neil Hewitt/The Request/ATP Records ................................212
Adam Fisher/Cotton Town/Lofton Creek..............................200
Jayme Lynn Scott/Diggin' In/Big 7.....................................189
Melanie Denard/Tumblin' Down/WeBlast Records .................183
Uncle Kracker/Smile/Atlantic/Bigger Picture ........................175
Emma King & The Heartsets/Broken/PLC ............................170
Laura Bell Bundy/Giddy On Up/Mercury..............................167
Two Week Most Added*
Artist/song/label
new adds
Little Big Town/Little White Church/Capitol ...........................26
Jason Aldean/Crazy Town/Broken Bow .................................22
Bucky Covington/A Father's Love/Lyric Street .......................20
Jayme Lynn Scott/Diggin' In/Big7 .......................................17
Toby Keith/Every Dog Has Its Day/Show Dog-Universal .........15
Miranda Lambert/The House That Built Me/Columbia..............15
Eli Young Band/Guinevere/Republic/Show Dog-Universal ........14
Gary Allan/Get Off On The Pain/MCA....................................14
Gloriana/The World is Ours Tonight/
Emblem/Warner Bros./Bigger Picture ............................12
*Total Adds rec’d over two weeks
Programmer Playlist
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March 15
Becky Schlegel/Colorado Line/
Lilly Ray/IGO Records
Gary Allan/Get Off On The Pain/
MCA
Lee Allen/Settle Down/B.A.R./
CO5
March 22
Anthony Smith/Love Is Love Is
Love/Krankit/Nine North
Bucky Covington/A Father’s
Love (The Only Way He Knew
How)/Lyric Street
Randy Montana/Ain’t Much Left
Of Lovin’ You/Mercury
Eli Young Band/Guinevere/
Republic/Show Dog-Universal
Trailer Choir/Rollin’ Through
The Sunshine/Show Dog Universal
David Bradley/Soak It Up/Gecko
Lonestar/You’re The Reason
Why/Saguaro Road
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Weeks
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12
14
14
24
7
15
7
19
16
13
15
17
14
17
18
14
16
19
9
21
20
5
23
21
21
20
22
7
22
23
16
24
9
26
Artist/Song/Label
Keith Urban/Til Summer Comes Around/Capitol
Lady Antebellum/American Honey/Capitol
Spins/
Repts
% Spin
Power
Spins
+-
Last Wk
# Spins
3762/103
2
68
3694
3513/103
3
115
3398
Eric Church/Hell On The Heart/Capitol
Zac Brown Band/Highway 20 Ride/Atlantic
3319/104
2
59
3260
3277/94
4
128
3149
Carrie Underwood/Temporary Home/Arista
Blake Shelton feat. Trace Adkins/Hillbilly Bone/Warner Bros.
3237/92
2
49
3188
3232/91
-13
-496
3728
3185/103
4
135
3050
3089/101
3
84
3005
Joe Nichols/Gimmie That Girl/Show Dog - Universal
Justin Moore/Backwoods/Valory Music
Easton Corbin/A Little More Country Than That/Mercury
Rascal Flatts/Unstoppable/Lyric Street
Taylor Swift/Fearless/Big Machine
3060/86
0
7
3053
2969/103
6
155
2814
2906/96
5
136
2770
Steel Magnolia/Keep On Loving You/Big Machine
Kenny Chesney/Ain't Back Yet/BNA
2821/98
6
172
2649
2442/92
17
362
2080
Alan Jackson/It's Just That Way/Arista
Billy Currington/That's How Country Boys Roll/Mercury
2297/90
6
139
2158
2258/66
-26
-796
3054
Tim McGraw/Still/Curb
Love and Theft/Dancing In Circles/Lyric Street
2237/99
10
209
2028
2216/99
5
112
2104
Chris Young/The Man I Want To Be/RCA
The Band Perry/Hip To My Heart/Republic Nashville
2205/86
6
130
2075
2173/92
4
92
2081
Luke Bryan/Rain Is A Good Thing/Capitol
George Strait/I Gotta Get To You/MCA
Matt Kennon/The Call/BamaJam
2162/98
9
179
1983
2138/87
20
350
1788
24
Reba/I Keep On Loving You/Valory
Burns & Poe/Don't Get No Better Than That/Blue Steel Records
25
Martina McBride/Wrong Baby Wrong/RCA
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4
78
2017
1983/95
8
147
1836
1850/73
4
64
1786
1748/83
18
272
1476
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Weeks
On Chart
Last Wk
Position
This Wk
Position
15
33
26
2
38
27
11
9
32
31
28
29
9
30
30
2
46
31
8
34
32
8
35
33
3
49
34
11
36
35
10
37
36
5
41
37
15
44
38
5
9
43
40
39
40
12
39
41
2
58
42
7
45
43
17
27
44
8
50
45
8
47
46
5
53
47
9
51
48
15
12
55
54
49
50
2
61
51
11
56
52
8
69
53
15
59
54
15
60
55
2
71
56
4
70
57
2
72
58
5
65
59
9
6
64
67
60
61
3
75
62
9
68
63
8
66
64
1
76
65
4
74
66
1
94
67
1
85
68
1
86
69
4
77
70
1
1
79
83
71
72
1
82
73
1
80
74
1
78
75
Artist/Song/Label
Gwen Sebastian/Hard Rain/Lofton Creek / Open Road
Toby Keith/Every Dog Has Its Day/Show Dog - Universal
Clay Walker/She Won't Be Lonely Long/Curb
Darryl Worley/Best Of Both Worlds/Stroudavarious
Craig Morgan/This Ain't Nothin'/BNA
Jason Aldean/Crazy Town/Broken Bow
Jack Ingram/Free/Big Machine
Jewel/Stay Here Forever/Valory Music
Miranda Lambert/The House That Built Me/Columbia
Brad Wolf/Tan Lines/Evergreen
James Wesley/Jackson Hole/Broken Bow Records
Emily West with Keith Urban/Blue Sky/Capitol
Lee Brice/Love Like Crazy/Curb
Jaron & the Long Road To Love/I Pray For You/Jaronwood/Univ Rep/Big Machine
Steve Azar/Sunshine/Ride Records
Mark Wills/Crazy White Boy/Tenacity Records
Little Big Town/Little White Church/Capitol
Katie Armiger/Kiss Me Now/Cold River
Brad Paisley/American Saturday Night/Arista
Danny Gokey/My Best Days Are Ahead of Me/19 Recordings/RCA Nashville
Bellamy Brothers/Heart Of My Heart/Bellamy
Tyler Dickerson/Tell Your Sister I'm Single/Lyric Street
Veronica Ballestrini/Out There Somewhere/TimBob
Gretchen Wilson/Work Hard, Play Harder/Redneck Records
Darren Kozelsky/Real Superman/Major 7th/Spinville/Nine North
James Otto/Groovy Little Summer Song/Warner Bros. Nashville
Sean Hogan/Heartbreak Song/Lakeland Heart Records
Ty Williams/Barn On The Rooftop/Cherry Heart/Lofton Creek
Billy Joe Royal/Hard Rock to Roll/
Lee Ann Womack/There Is A God/MCA
Jimmy Wayne with Whitney Duncan/Just Knowing You Love Me/Valory Music
David Nail/Turning Home/MCA
Ash Bowers/Ain't No Stoppin' Her Now/Stoney Creek Records
Sammy Kershaw/Better Than I Used To Be/Big Hit Records
Anna Garrott/What A Way To Go/Blue Steel Records
Chris Filer/Joy Ride/Lofton Creek/3 Kidney
Floyd Tolston/Redneck Cheer/SaMolly
Jackie Arredondo/Insane/Premier Musical Productions
Zona Jones/Day Off/Rocky Comfort
Jason Mitchell/Slow and Steady/DMP
Chris Heers/Dirt Rich/Saddlefarm
Gloriana/The World is Ours Tonight/Emblem/Warner Bros./Bigger Picture
Ken Domash/Countrified/Thunder Mountain / Spinville Records
Scott Lindsey/You Only Call Me When You're Drunk/Gray Trailer Music
Johnny Rivers/The American Dream/Soul City
Marty Raybon/Daddy Phone/GrandVista/Nine North
Jerrod Niemann/Lover, Lover/Sea Gayle/Arista
Brady Seals/Been There, Drunk That/StarCity/Spinville
Mike Aiken/Jagger & Jones/Aspirion
Mustang Creek/Love Makes The World Go Round/Cupit
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Spins/
Repts
% Spin
Power
Spins
+-
Last Wk
# Spins
1394/68
19
225
1169
1356/88
44
414
942
1336/68
1314/80
13
10
157
124
1179
1190
1309/75
10
114
1195
1201/79
60
449
752
1148/70
5
51
1097
1121/68
8
81
1040
1051/72
42
312
739
1046/53
4
37
1009
1011/64
3
33
978
1008/72
19
160
848
979/61
23
183
796
957/62
956/61
22
11
174
92
783
864
955/48
7
61
894
927/72
80
412
515
817/57
9
69
748
806/26
-44
-633
1439
804/49
25
162
642
787/47
7
52
735
709/55
22
129
580
678/40
5
35
643
642/37
556/38
20
-3
108
-20
534
576
547/45
27
115
432
546/35
1
5
541
489/29
33
120
369
484/28
-1
-3
487
471/27
-3
-13
484
457/36
25
91
366
442/35
20
73
369
425/37
16
59
366
423/27
4
16
407
417/29
409/28
1
2
6
8
411
401
368/26
13
41
327
363/27
-8
-31
394
360/22
-12
-47
407
356/27
17
53
303
337/24
1
4
333
331/26
97
163
168
327/28
45
101
226
325/29
49
107
218
324/24
6
18
306
310/24
308/24
4
29
13
69
297
239
304/30
13
35
269
295/21
14
36
259
293/28
-3
-8
301
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