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Leading Radio`s People: Part Two CMAMF: Friday
June 13, 2016, Issue 503
Leading Radio’s People: Part Two
Effective people management in radio requires being respectful,
positive and fair, and promoting a “recognition-rich” culture,
according to last week’s examination of quality leadership (CAW
6/6). The same can be said of self-awareness, humility and
dealing with people as individuals, which are the focus of this
week’s follow-up. Strong managers in radio
are more important than ever and Country
Aircheck’s panel explains why.
Familiar Ways: Emmis/Indianapolis
SVP/MM Charlie Morgan identifies two
common mistakes among managers that
are notably troublesome. “Not knowing your
own strengths and weaknesses and how
your behavior is being perceived by others is
Charlie Morgan
problematic,” he argues. “I see that a lot in
really bright, ambitious and talented people
because they’re so focused on achieving
goals that they’re somehow blinded to the human relationship
side of things.” Relatedly, inflated managerial egos can be
harmful. “You have to realize that in a lot of ways you’re in the
least powerful position of your career, not the
most powerful,” Morgan continues. “Looking
at it as ‘I’ve arrived, I’ve got the title, I’ve
earned this’ or ‘I’m in charge’ is not a tactic
I’ve seen inspire people to do their best.”
A 2014 study of 1,512 employees across six
countries by business research nonprofit Catalyst
is one of many in recent years to support
Morgan’s assertion. Humility was among the
Tee Gentry
four most important leadership behaviors in
making employees feel included, which carries
major benefits related to innovation and
engagement. The three other most powerful leadership behaviors
were empowerment, courage and accountability.
Sweet Commotion: Humility and empathy go hand in hand
when dealing with difficult situations and
personalities. “Put yourself in their shoes,” (continued on page 8)
Would The Real TC3 Please Stand Up? Big Machine’s The Cadillac
Three are surprised when clones join them onstage at the Taste
of Country Music Festival in Hunter, NY. See it at 2:05 here. Pictured are (l-r) WGNA/Albany’s Bethany Linderman, TOC’s Billy
Dukes and Sterling Whittaker, TC3’s Jaren Johnston, TOC’s Hilary
Billings, TC3’s Neil Mason and Kelby Ray, The Boot’s Angela Stefano, WGNA’s Sean McMaster and Townsquare’s Jared Willig.
CMAMF: Friday
With a nod to Jimi Hendrix, Frankie Ballard opened Friday’s
CMA Music Festival show at Nissan Stadium with a guitar rendition
of the “Star Spangled Banner.” (See a recap of Thursday’s show
here.) Clint Black got the crowd warmed
up for the core of the lineup, led by Chris
Stapleton, who delivered one of the night’s
more entertaining moments – and it didn’t
even require a song.
After performing “Nobody To Blame,”
“Outlaw State of Mind” and “Let’s All Get
Stoned,” the band backed Stapleton as he
introduced each member with a melodic,
Carrie
on-the-spot singing of their names and
Underwood
history. Wife Morgane got the treatment
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Hour Gang: Cold River staffers stop by SiriusXM’s Music Row
Happy Hour Friday (6/10) at Margaritaville in downtown Nashville. Pictured are (l-r) the label’s Kellie Longworth and Mary
Lynne O’Neal, SXM’s JR Schumann and CR’s Marie Wapelhorst,
Taylor Eschbach and Jim Dandy.
last. “She’s the love of my life,” Stapleton offered among other
playful lyrics before launching into “Tennessee Whiskey” and the
night’s first crowd sing-along.
Sam Hunt received the warmest welcome yet with “Leave The
Night On,” “Raised On It” and “Take Your Time,” among others.
An all-attitude Eric Church was greeted with even more fervor
when he opened the next set with “Knives Of New Orleans.”
Others included “Mr. Misunderstood,” “Record Year” and “Mixed
Drinks About Feelings” with guest Joanna Cotten.
The unbilled Chris Janson scored some stage time with his
hit “Buy Me A Boat” and a harmonica solo that electrified the
crowd. Fellow surprise guest Justin Moore performed next and
both he and Janson appeared for the opening number of Hank
Williams Jr.’s set with “Born To Boogie.” Church even joined
Bocephus on “Are You Ready For The Country.” “The Party’s On”
and “Family Tradition” followed.
A characteristically powerful Carrie Underwood capped the
night, appearing onstage at 11pm with “Last Name.” She also
performed “Undo It,” “Wasted,” “Church Bells” and “Something
In The Water,” among others. She even showed off prodigious
harmonica skills on “Choctaw County Affair.”
–Russ Penuell
CMAMF: Saturday
“Y’all done filming? Now we can start.” Headliner Blake
Shelton made sure to get what he called the “TV songs” out
of the way before asking the crowd, which he estimated in the
millions, to sing along on “Gonna.” “For four million people, y’all
are right in the pocket,” he said. “That’s hard to do.”
The night opened with Marshall
Tucker Band’s performance of the
national anthem and a four-song set
from the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
Chris Young got the crowd on its feet
with “Aw Naw,” and followed with “I’m
Comin’ Over,” “Gettin’ You Home,”
“Lonely Eyes” and “Sober Saturday
Night” before being joined onstage by
the first “surprise” guest of the night,
Cassadee Pope, for “Think Of You.”
Blake Shelton
Cole Swindell’s performance
of “You Should Be Here” inspired a
stadium full of lit and swaying cell
phones. He also played “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” “Middle
Of A Memory” and mixed a few lines of Justin Timberlake’s “Drink
You Away” into “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” to close out his set.
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MY TUNES: MUSIC THAT SHAPED MY LIFE
Red Bow’s Brooke Eden discusses her
most influential music:
1. Holly Dunn’s “Daddy’s Hands”:
It was the first song I ever sang. I was
four. When my grandfather in South
Carolina found out I was a singer, he
sent me that song and said, “When you
learn it, I’ll come visit you in Florida.” I
learned it that day, and the next day he
visited. That was the beginning of my
Brooke Eden
love for music.
2. Shania Twain’s “Any Man Of
Mine”: That was the first song I ever performed live. I was five
and I sang it with my dad’s band. I remember being like, “Yes,
this is what I want to do with my life.”
3. Eric Church’s Chief: That was the first time I really listened
to the production of an album and thought, “Who produced
this?!” I’m a huge fan of Jay Joyce and have started writing with
him. That’s been a dream come true.
4. Adele: I love her voice so much. I fell in love with her music with
her album 21. The way she delivers her songs is just incredible.
5. LeAnn Rimes: I was nine when she was 13 and came out
with “Blue.” All I had seen before were older country singers. I’d
thought, “Okay when I get to be in my 20s I can be a country
singer.” She made me realize you can be any age and be a
country singer. I looked up to her so much.
• Highly regarded music you’ve actually never heard:
It’s not like I haven’t heard of The Beatles, but I’ve never really
delved into their music.
• “Important” music you just don’t get: As a kid I didn’t
get opera, but then in high school I started singing it and liked it.
• An album you played incessantly: Lana Del Ray’s Born
To Die. And all of Chris Stapleton’s music, before and including
Traveller. And Brandy Clark’s 12 Stories.
• An obscure or non-country song everyone should
listen to right now: Thomas Rhett’s “I Feel Good.” I could be
having the worst day ever and I’ll put it on – and it makes me
feel good.
• Music you’d rather not admit to enjoying: Hard-core
hip hop, like Tupac. Sometimes I turn it on, put my head down
and dive into whatever I need to do. A cup of coffee and some
Gangsta rap and you can get things done!
UPDATE
You Should Be Here: Cole Swindell (third from right) at his fan
club party Friday (6/10) with (l-r) KP Entertainment’s Waylon
Weatherholt and WMN’s Scott Hendricks, John Esposito, Peter
Strickland and Cris Lacy.
Florida Georgia Line dedicated their performance of
“H.O.L.Y.” to their wives. “They’ve changed our lives and changed
our music,” said the duo’s Tyler Hubbard. Their six-song set
also included “This Is How We Roll,” “Anything Goes,” “’Round
Here,” and “Cruise.”
Steven Tyler kicked off with Aerosmith’s “Sweet Emotion”
followed by a cover of the Beatles’ “I’m Down” and a snippet of
“Oh! Darling.” “Love Is Your Name” and “Red White & You” led
to surprise guest Martina McBride for a duet on Aerosmith’s
“Cryin.’” Covers of Janis Joplin’s “Piece of My Heart” and
Aerosmith’s “Train Kept A-Rollin’” wrapped the set.
Shelton’s so-called “TV songs” included “Ol’ Red,” “Came Here
To Forget” and new single “She’s Got A Way With Words.” After
singing “Honey Bee” Shelton was joined onstage by the Oak
Ridge Boys for “Doin’ It To Country Songs” and a bit of “Elvira.”
“That cost me a lot of money,” said Shelton. He closed the show
with “Boys ‘Round Here.” –Jess Wright
CMAMF: Sunday
Little Big Town’s musical
tribute and Luke Bryan’s moment
of silence were news-conscious
bookends to an evening of musical
escapism Sunday at Nashville’s
Nissan Stadium (6/12). A packed
house got their party on and stayed
the course until well past midnight to
hear the festival’s final notes.
Ray Stevens sang the national
Luke Bryan
and Keith Urban
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anthem and Exile performed in the non-television opening
portion of the show. Once the sun was down and the cameras
were rolling, Little Big Town opened with audience favorites
including “Pontoon” and “Day Drinking.” Karen Fairchild
addressed the largest mass shooting in U.S. history saying, “It
would not be right if we didn’t sing this next song for our friends in
Orlando who are suffering and struggling. Love is bigger than the
hate.” The band was joined by Pharrell Williams for “Miracle”
from their Wanderlust project.
Hosts of the Aug. 3 ABC-TV televised special Thomas Rhett
and Brett Eldredge stormed the stage announcing performances
that had already happened before diving straight into a duet of
Rhett’s “Vacation.” On his own, Rhett warmed the audience nicely
with “Make Me Wanna,” “Get Me Some Of That and “Die A Happy
Man,” and even got the crowd to bounce on “Crash And Burn.”
Eldredge was intensely enjoying his first stadium slotting during
“Lose My Mind,” “Beat Of The Music” and “Wanna Be That Song.”
Rhett returned as the two collaborated on “You Can’t Stop Me.”
Keith Urban’s set opened like his new album and tour with “Gone
Tomorrow (Here Today).” He mixed catalog pillars with his latest
including “Where The Blacktop Ends,” “Blue Ain’t Your Color” and
“Somewhere In My Car.” His entertaining extended to the comedic
when he asked the crowd how they were enjoying the week. “How
many [are here] from Nashville? Smyrna? Mt. Juliet? Woo! Mt. Juliet
in the house!” He finished with single “Wasted Time.”
Bryan was a true crowd pleaser, opening with hits including
“That’s My Kind Of Night” and “Play It Again” before settling the
mood for “Drink A Beer.” “Something has been real heavy on my
heart today,” he said in setting up the tune. “I want us to take a
brief moment of silence and think about all those families who’ve
been affected in Orlando and what happened in our great nation
last night.” Urban returned to the stage for an assist on “Huntin’,
Fishin’ And Lovin’ Every Day” and a medley of country favorites
before Bryan retook solo control and sent the crowd home happy
to “Country Girl (Shake It For Me).” –Chuck Aly
Chart Chat
Congrats to Tim McGraw, Jack
Purcell, Erik Powell and the entire Big
Machine promo staff on landing this
week’s No. 1 with “Humble And Kind.”
The song is from his current album Damn
Country Music.
And kudos to Kristen Williams and the
WMN crew for notching 53 adds for Blake
Shelton’s “She’s Got A Way With Words,”
topping this week’s board.
Radio News
Tim McGraw
Bobby Bones’ Bare Bones: I’m Not Lonely If You’re Reading
This Book recently appeared on The New York Times Bestseller List
(No. 1 Nonfiction E-Book and No. 6 Combined Print & E-Book)
and USA Today’s Bestselling Books List (No. 7), among others.
Cumulus’ WKDF/Nashville has added Country Countdown USA.
Cox’s Classic Country KTHT/Houston has added Original
Country Gold With Rowdy Yates.
Bryan News/Talk WTAW/Buffalo, TX flipped
to Country as «Willy 103.5,» dropping its simulcast
of clustermate WTAW-AM.
Saga KMIT/Mitchell, SD has signed on
for Envision’s The Rooster content service.
WMYL/Knoxville has added the Audiant
product suite.
KVAS/Ilwaco, WA; KNCQ/Redding, CA
and KICM/Ardmore, OK have added Sun’s
The Fitz Show. KVAS, KLLL/Lubbock, TX and
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High Note: Atlantic/WEA’s High Valley play the CMA RIverfront
Stage Saturday (6/11). Pictured are (l-r) WEA’s Jordan Pettit,
CMT’s Leslie Farm, WMN’s Peter Strickland, HV’s Brad and Curtis
Rempel and WMN’s John Esposito, Cris Lacy and Scott Hendricks.
KRKY-AM/Granby, CO have added The Hit List with Fitz. KARB/
Price, UT added Nashville Music Minute. KNCQ; KBXB/Sikeston,
MO; WCYN/Lexington, KY; WGNA/Albany and WKRO/
Daytona Beach, FL added The Country Club with Dee Jay Silver.
News & Notes
Capitol’s Luke Bryan has teamed with Chevrolet as a brand
ambassador. Luke will work with Chevrolet on a variety of projects
over the next three years and the automaker will sponsor his Farm
Tour this fall. More here.
LeAnn Rimes has signed to RCA/UK; first single “The Story”
will be available in Britain June 24. Global release TBA.
On average, more than a third of adults in each international
region studied listen to country music. That’s one of the key
findings from CMA’s research study titled International Country
Music Consumer Habits. The study also found that at least half of
those who listen to country name it as a top three preferred genre.
More here.
Musicians On Call is launching its Summer Moments
Auction in partnership with eBay as part of the Half A Million
Moments campaign now through June 22. The auction includes
VIP experiences and memorabilia from more than 25 artists
including Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert, Florida Georgia
Line and Clint Black. Bidding and more info here.
YP Nashville’s and Nashville Area Chamber of
Commerce’s 2016 Nashville Emerging Leader Awards recipients
include Olivia Mgmt.’s Erin Anderson, Grayscale’s Tim Gray,
Mazzo Media’s Amanda Mazzo and Ole’s John Ozier.
Leading Radio’s People: Part Two
(continued from page 1)
urges Beasley WQYK/Tampa OM/PD Tee Gentry when hard
conversations become necessary. “If I’ve done something wrong,
I don’t want somebody screaming at me. If a good talent makes
a mistake on the air, for example, they usually know it and don’t
need me hammering them over it. If I see a pattern, we’ll sit
down, I’ll ask what happened and we’ll try to correct it.”
Attitude on the manager’s part is everything, Morgan suggests.
“I wake up every morning assuming people want to come to work
and do good things,” he says. “So the first thing I do and that I
ask managers to do is to inquire, ‘Okay, what’s really causing
that?’ Then we challenge ourselves to see what we may be
contributing to the problem. Is it the way the compensation plan
is structured? The work environment? Start with the root cause
and don’t view bad behavior as an indication they’re not a good
employee. If you’ve built some kind of genuine human connection
with that person and they know at their core that you’re there to
try to make the organization and them more successful, you can
usually have a candid conversation even though they’re not fun.”
Conflict resolution between people presents its own challenges,
according to Middle Tennessee State University Music Business
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Record Break: RCA’s Old Dominion get RIAA platinum certification plaques for “Break Up With Him” before playing Nashville’s Ascend
Amphitheater during CMA Music Fest. Pictured are (l-r) Morris Higham’s Mike Betterton, RCA’s Keith Gale, OD’s Brad Tursi, SiriusXM’s
Storme Warren, Sony’s Jim Catino, Morris Higham’s Nate Ritches, Sony’s Ken Robold, Morris Higham’s Will Hitchcock, OD’s Geoff
Sprung, Sony’s Randy Goodman, OD’s Matthew Ramsey and Trevor Rosen, Sony’s Paul Barnabee and OD’s Whit Sellers.
professor Paul Allen, whose resume includes a seven-year stint
as CRB Exec. Dir. and radio ownership. “I teach my students that
they should separate the personalities from the issue, and make
the focus on the issue only,” he says.
Sometimes it’s hard to even identify the issue, however, and
a more direct approach is warranted. “I had a couple of key
employees who were in a personality conflict that was upsetting
the staff,” Allen recalls. “I found it to be one of
those ‘he said, she said’ situations. I resolved
it by having both into my office for a brief,
closed-door, stand up meeting, in which I
said to them, ‘I don’t know which of you is
telling me the truth, but if the two of you don’t
resolve this, I’m going to fire one of you. This
meeting is ended.’ Of course they didn’t know
which one I would fire and I don’t know that I
Paul Allen
would’ve fired either, but I wanted to leave the
impression that it could happen if they didn’t
work it out. The result was much smoother
waters with only an occasional ripple.”
Terminating an employee can be uncomfortable but necessary.
“I have no problem coaching them in the right direction or trying
to get them corrected,” Allen continues. “But if we can’t, I also
have no problem firing them.” And sometimes a termination is
beneficial. “Not just because it demonstrates accountability to the
other staff,” Allen adds, “but because usually they know there was
an issue and they appreciate the manager’s ability to see it and
resolve it, even if it results in someone leaving.”
Individual Mandate: Seeing and treating people as
individuals – the “human part,” as Morgan affectionately calls it
– carries significant benefits. “That’s hard,” he admits. “It’s easier
to see ‘the programming team’ or ‘the sales team.’ The reality is
that it’s a hairy, interesting cocktail of unique
individual personalities with stuff going on
every day in their real lives that matters to
them. You’ve got to stay centered on that to
have maximum impact.”
How? Start with regular trips around
the office or “talking straight,” as MTSU
management professor Dr. Jackie Gilbert
Dr. Jackie
puts it. “And not simply to those who polish
Gilbert
your managerial apple. Just five minutes a
day – each time with a different member
of your team – will make you appear less like an inaccessible
Oz and more like a workplace partner.” Gilbert says that
“management by wandering around” is mutually beneficial
because it shows engagement on the manager’s part while
providing a better sense of the organization’s inner workings.
It also helps in identifying individual employee talents, work
preferences, dispositions and motivators, something Morgan has
been working overtime on since adding interim Market Manager
duties at Emmis/New York, which brought another 120 people
under his supervision. “For me it’s part art and part science,” he
says. “I’ve learned and observed enough to understand what
certain talent themes and behaviors look like in people and that’s
one part. The other really is allowing people to know you. Then
you’re in the position to ask questions about what makes them tick
or what’s frustrating them.”
The Struggle Is Real: In a recent investor call, Cumulus
CEO Mary Berner acknowledged that some view workplace
culture as a “soft elusive concept” when it comes to improving
an organization’s bottom line, but she vehemently disagrees. So
does Allen, especially when radio’s current challenges are taken
into account. “Morale at radio right now is tough and it creates an
extreme challenge for management,” he says. “They’re fighting
consolidation, syndication and talk of bankruptcy. Employee
turnover is high and there haven’t been regular pay raises for
years in some cases. Employees know these things and keeping
them engaged in that environment makes good management all
the more important.”
Reach Morgan here, Gentry here and and Allen here. Explore
a variety of management issues on Dr. Gilbert’s searchable blog
here. Pick up the Morgan-recommended Good to Great: Why
Some Companies Make the Leap...and Others Don’t by Jim Collins
here and Robert Greenleaf’s The Servant As Leader here.
–Russ Penuell
Folk On The Water: RCA’s Jake Owen (third from left) with (l-r)
Sony’s Fount Lynch, Jim Catino, Rachel Fontenot, Randy Goodman, Sarah Westbrook, Keith Gale and Paul Barnabee after
playing the CMA Riverfront Stage.
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May 2016 PPM Scoreboard
Country radio shares were up 2.5 % compared to April 2016. Of the 89
subscribing stations listed, 42 increased, 35 decreased and 11 were flat.
Station/City
April 6+
Share
May 6+ Share
Share
Rank
April
Cume
May
Cume
Station/City
WKHX/Atlanta
3.613 3.2 14667,300 639,200
WUBL/Atlanta
4 10 4.2 10665,800 713,700
KASE/Austin^
4.6 7t5.0 6 331,200 343,900
KVET/Austin^
4.6 7t5.2 5 312,600 346,800
KOKE/Austin
2.715 2.8 15110,900 102,100
WPOC/Baltimore
7.1 3t7.7 3 538,500 550,000
WKLB/Boston
4.2 7t4.2 8 730,000 801,600
WBWL/Boston
3 13t 2.9 14t469,900 499,100
WCTK/Providence (Boston) 0.9
22
0.8
22
149,000
174,700
WKKT/Charlotte
5.9 37.02 475,800 508,300
WSOC/Charlotte
7 16.63 529,800 509,000
WEBG/Chicago
1.823t2.0 22819,300 814,200
WUSN/Chicago
2.814t2.9 111,060,200 1,135,900
WNNF/Cincinnati
2.514 2.6 14280,900 289,900
WUBE/Cincinnati^ 8.6 38.43 548,000 535,800
WYGY/Cincinnati^ 1.4 17 1.3 18t172,100 160,600
WGAR/Cleveland
7.4 47.24 454,800 449,300
WCOL/Columbus, OH
11.4
1
12.3
1
453,800
504,700
KPLX/Dallas^
4.7 34.7 3t 1,267,4001,294,300
KSCS/Dallas^
3.5 8t3.5 9t 977,800 1,095,200
KWOF/Denver
2.4 20 2.0 20t247,000 242,400
KYGO/Denver
4.8 4t5.0 4 508,700 488,700
WDRQ/Detroit
2.717 2.5 18543,600 532,300
WYCD/Detroit
4.310t5.3 5t 724,700 835,700
WPAW/Greensboro 4.8 74.57 227,400 240,000
WTQR/Greensboro 6.7 56.75 299,900 288,800
WWYZ/Hartford
7.9 37.93 261,800 267,900
KILT/Houston
3.512t3.7 121,005,800 996,500
KKBQ/Houston^
5.8 45.5 5 1,244,6001,088,400
KTHT/Houston^+ 2.917t2.9 18657,700 612,700
WFMS/Indianapolis 5 95.57t331,900 338,600
WLHK/Indianapolis 5.7 66.35 349,900 373,900
WUBG/Indianapolis 1 17t0.9 18101,900 111,300
WGNE/Jacksonville 4.9 95.77 270,700 272,400
WQIK/Jacksonville
8.4 38.23t335,600 329,500
KBEQ/Kansas City^
3.6
13t
4.1
13
305,200
306,700
KFKF/Kansas City^
4.3
8t
3.7
15
291,500
299,600
WDAF/Kansas City
3.1
16
4.2
12
281,100
290,100
500
KCYE/Las Vegas
2.8
14t
2.9
13
217,700
218,500
KWNR/Las Vegas
3.4
12
3.9
10
208,200
224,300
KKGO/Los Angeles
2.2
20
2.1
20
1,168,800
1,230,700
WGKX/Memphis
4.5 84.28 195,600 210,300
WLFP/Memphis
2.810t2.5 13114,900 119,000
WKIS/Miami
2.7 16 2.5 16t508,100 441,200
WNSH/New York (Middlesex) 4.1
8
3.5
10
183,200
175,700
KKGO
411.2
398.4
407.2 403.8
407.4
392.2
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The cume leader was Cumulus’ KPLX/Dallas with 1,294,300. Mt. Wilson’s
KKGO/Los Angeles was second with 1,230,700.
Legend: A “+” indicates a Classic Country outlet; a “^” designates coowned Country stations in the metro; “t” indicates a tie; and a “*” indicates a
station best in that statistic. Ranks are among subscribers.
392.0
May 6+ Share
Share
Rank
April
Cume
WKTI/Milwaukee
2.614 2.9 14243,700
WMIL/Milwaukee
6.4 3t6.6 3 364,500
KEEY/Minneapolis
6.1 56.05 617,700
KMNB/Minneapolis
5.1 8t4.7 13628,800
WKDF/Nashville^
2.9 13 2.9 13t252,700
WSIX/Nashville
4.510 4.6 9 288,200
WSM-FM/Nashville^ 4.9 95.85 300,700
WSM-AM/Nashville
2.416 2.1 1656,200
WNSH/New York (Nassau) 2.6
18
2.5
17t
193,800
WNSH/New York
1.9
20
2.0
20
1,075,300
WGH/Norfolk
5.2 55.06 284,300
WOTW/Orlando
1.119 1.3 1 118,900
WWKA/Orlando
4.1 9t3.7 9 264,200
KMLE/Phoenix
4 10t4.9 6 674,600
KNIX/Phoenix
3.613 4.3 7 681,500
WXTU/Philadelphia 5 6t4.9 7t 920,400
WDSY/Pittsburgh
5 75.76 390,200
WPGB/Pittsburgh
3.910 4.3 10305,300
KWJJ/Portland
5.6 36.03 511,000
KUPL/Portland
4.7 6t5.3 5 442,500
WCTK/Providence
7 47.24 385,600
WNCB/Raleigh
3.415 3.1 15221,700
WQDR/Raleigh
5.9 66.06 342,400
KFRG/Riverside
4.2 53.95 354,800
KBEB/Sacramento
2.416 3.3 11226,500
KNCI/Sacramento
4.5 64.37t365,700
KNTY/Sacramento
2.217 2.2 16212,600
KEGA/Salt Lake City
1.5
22
1.9
19
162,100
KSOP/Salt Lake City ^
4.6
8
4.6
8
317,500
KSOP-AM/Salt Lake City ^+1.9
21
1.9
19
65,700
KUBL/Salt Lake City
4.2
9
4.4
11
377,800
KAJA/San Antonio
5.7
4
5.4
3
576,100
KCYY/San Antonio^
5.8
3
6.3
2
592,200
KKYX-AM/San Antonio^+ 2.1
17
1.7
19
154,000
KSON/San Diego
4
6t
3.8
10
455,700
KRTY/San Jose
3.8
7t
3.4
8t
186,400
KKWF/Seattle
3.6 9t 3.0 17t569,500
KMPS/Seattle
4.3 64.09 581,500
KSD/St. Louis
3.8
14
4.1
11t
496,500
WIL/St. Louis
4.4
10
4.4
10
499,600
WFUS/Tampa
4.7 64.76 512,200
WQYK/Tampa
5.4 45.73 489,700
WMZQ/Washington
3.1 15 3.3 12t584,300
WIRK/West Palm Beach
6.2
3
6.6
2
174,700
May
Cume
256,000
367,100
692,500
655,400
265,800
280,400
297,800
499,000
220,600
1,176,600
285,200
124,600
254,100
683,000
679,700
909,700
396,600
311,400
571,800
463,000
395,600
233,900
350,900
370,700
225,000
349,300
202,100
194,500
315,900
59,300
393,500
595,100
628,700
97,000
477,000
179,500
541,000
548,400
544,500
533,300
494,300
483,900
585,700
176,800
Format-Wide PPM
Aggregate share for Nielsen Audio
subscribing stations month to month.
385.4
368.6
400
April 6+
Share
361.5
359.9
Jan
Feb
358.9 363.3
316.1
300
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Hol
Mar
Apr
May
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LW
TW
Artist/Title (Label)
Chart Page 1
Total Points +/- Points Total Plays +/- Plays Audience +/- Aud Stations ADDS
4
1
TIM MCgRAW/Humble And Kind (Big Machine) ✔
27247
3526
8563
1172
58.204 6.323
158
0
1
2
THOMAS RHETT/T-Shirt (Valory)
26351
-1841
8199
-733
57.341 -3.401
158
0
3
3
LUKE BRYAN/Huntin', Fishin' And Lovin'... (Capitol)
25744
444
8181
264
56.107 1.455
158
0
5
4
KEITH URBAN/Wasted Time (Capitol)
23212
1450
7215
503
51.051 3.461
158
0
2
5
BLAKE SHELTON/Came Here To Forget (Warner Bros./WMN)
22871
-2927
7281
-887
47.691 -8.152
158
0
7
6
JASON ALDEAN/Lights Come On (Broken Bow) ✔
22461
2673
6969
875
49.221 5.465
158
0
9
7
CARRIE UNDERWOOD/Church Bells (19/Arista) ✔
20669
3296
6244
1088
44.777 6.563
158
0
10
8
KENNY CHESNEY/Noise (Blue Chair/Columbia)
18881
1537
6048
537
40.577 2.295
158
0
13
9
FlORIDA gEORgIA lINE/H.O.L.Y. (Republic) ✔
17299
2078
5204
680
38.6
3.473
158
0
12
10
JON PARDI/Head Over Boots (Capitol)
17034
516
5332
162
36.713
1.5
158
0
14
11
ERIC CHURCH/Record Year (EMI Nashville)
16837
1843
5259
468
36.933 4.268
158
0
16
12
DAVID NAIl/Night's On Fire (MCA)
13111
468
4222
186
27.708 0.898
158
0
15
13
CHRIS lANE/Fix (Big Loud)
13108
412
4179
197
28.828 1.297
153
0
8
14
MAREN MORRIS/My Church (Columbia)
12888
-6692
4086
-2159
28.364 -12.699
158
0
17
15
JAKE OWEN/American Country Love Song (RCA)
12860
715
4093
261
28.168 0.982
156
0
18
16
DAN + SHAY/From The Ground Up (Warner Bros./WAR)
12596
933
3925
293
26.266 2.152
157
0
19
17
FRANKIE BAllARD/It All Started With A Beer (Warner Bros./WAR) 12305
775
3911
176
25.007 1.691
158
0
21
18
SAM HUNT/Make You Miss Me (MCA)
11670
671
3514
208
25.737 3.204
157
1
20
19
JUSTIN MOORE/You Look Like I Need A Drink (Valory)
11371
116
3558
23
24.239 0.734
156
0
22
20
KIP MOORE/Running For You (MCA)
10381
301
3287
95
20.572 1.802
154
0
23
21
KElSEA BAllERINI/Peter Pan (Black River)
9864
1400
3098
481
19.514 2.802
154
1
24
22
TUCKER BEATHARD/Rock On (BMLG/Dot)
8661
469
2814
138
0.643
141
12
26
23
ZAC BROWN BAND/Castaway (SG/Varvatos/Dot)
8344
1149
2633
387
17.379 2.329
145
1
30
24
BRAD PAISlEy f/DEMI lOVATO/Without A Fight (Arista)
7714
971
2324
303
16.471 2.325
154
2
27
25
JENNIFER NETTlES/Unlove You (Big Machine)
7350
417
2193
113
13.825 1.298
153
0
17.58
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Artist/Title (Label)
Chart Page 2
Total Points +/- Points Total Plays +/- Plays Audience +/- Aud Stations ADDS
28
26
WIllIAM MICHAEl MORgAN/I Met A Girl (Warner Bros./WMN) 7168
317
2421
89
14.668 1.083
133
3
29
27
BIg & RICH f/TIM MCgRAW/Lovin' Lately (B&R/New Revolution)
6876
76
2233
19
12.985
142
0
31
28
DRAKE WHITE/Livin' The Dream (Dot)
5577
-82
1788
28
9.321 -0.187
133
0
32
29
BIlly CURRINgTON/It Don't Hurt Like It Used To (Mercury)
5460
360
1736
98
10.943 2.051
133
2
34
30
BRETT YOUNG/Sleep Without You (Republic Nashville)
5229
604
1452
223
9.271
1.142
117
4
33
31
LOCASH/I Know Somebody (Reviver)
4759
124
1527
124
8.884
0.332
118
2
49
32
DIERKS BENTlEy f/E. KINg/Different For Girls (Capitol) ✔
4317
2606
1277
764
8.673
4.978
126
27
35
33
CAM/Mayday (Arista)
4301
259
1362
47
7.284
1.634
132
1
37
34
BROTHERS OSBORNE/21 Summer (EMI Nashville)
4050
384
1213
121
6.452
0.583
116
6
38
35
COlE SWINDEll/Middle Of A Memory (Warner Bros./WMN)
3973
390
1186
164
7.461
0.646
116
5
39
36
JORDAN RAGER w/JASON ALDEAN/Southern Boy (Broken Bow) 3094
-144
1033
-32
4.328 -0.632
116
1
42
37
HIgH VAllEy/Make You Mine (Atlantic/WEA)
2980
305
858
68
4.554
0.576
83
0
43
38
CHRIS STAPlETON/Parachute (Mercury)
2977
499
957
131
4.36
0.712
100
5
41
39
gRANgER SMITH/If The Boot Fits (Wheelhouse)
2977
200
995
62
4.56
0.473
113
1
BRANDY CLARK/Girl Next Door (Warner Bros./WMN)
2882
-54
881
38
3.688 -0.718
96
8
4.159 -1.868
118
0
0.55
36
41
KANE BROWN/Used To Love You Sober (RCA)
2598
-1264
768
-358
44
42
JERROD NIEMANN & lEE BRICE/A Little More Love (Curb)
2574
286
788
94
3.478
0.262
91
7
45
43
BRETT ELDREDGE/Wanna Be That Song (Atlantic/WMN)
2463
517
734
159
4.344
0.82
71
6
BLAKE SHELTON/She's Got A Way With... (Warner Bros./WMN)
2336
1604
646
452
5.132
3.605
77
53
Debut 44
46
45
DREW BAlDRIDgE/Dance With Ya (Cold River)
1950
55
780
15
2.09
0.014
82
3
48
46
CRAIg CAMPBEll/Outskirts Of Heaven (Red Bow)
1938
150
722
57
2.649
0.319
87
1
47
47
RANDY HOUSER/Song Number 7 (Stoney Creek)
1933
101
639
25
2.474
0.429
96
1
Debut 48
CHRIS JANSON/Holdin' Her (Warner Bros./WAR)
1691
363
576
97
2.284
0.516
74
3
Debut 49
MICHAEl RAy/Think A Little Less (Atlantic/WEA)
1676
101
580
19
2.21
0.137
70
2
Debut 50
MADDIE & TAE/Sierra (Dot)
1647
94
429
37
2.193
0.301
54
7
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Country Aircheck Add Leaders
Chart Page 3
Activator Top Point Gainers
Adds
BLAKE SHELTON/She's Got A Way With... (Warner Bros./WMN)
53
BLAKE SHELTON/She's Got A Way... (Warner Bros./WMN)
1547 ✔
THOMAS RHETT/Vacation (Valory)
38
CARRIE UNDERWOOD/Church Bells (19/Arista)
1460 ✔
THOMPSON SQUARE/You Make It Look So Good (Stoney Creek)
37
JASON ALDEAN/Lights Come On (Broken Bow)
1327 ✔
GARY ALLAN/Do You Wish It Was Me? (EMI Nashville)
30
DIERKS BENTlEy f/E. KINg/Different For Girls (Capitol)
1054 ✔
DIERKS BENTlEy f/E. KINg/Different For Girls (Capitol)
27
FlORIDA gEORgIA lINE/H.O.L.Y. (Republic Nashville)
1050 ✔
CHRIS yOUNg f/V. gIll/Sober Saturday Night (RCA)
17
ZAC BROWN BAND/Castaway (SG/Varvatos/Dot)
825
TUCKER BEATHARD/Rock On (BMLG/Dot)
12
KEITH URBAN/Wasted Time (Capitol)
809
OlD DOMINION/Song For Another Time (RCA)
11
KENNY CHESNEY/Noise (Blue Chair/Columbia)
752
JOE NICHOlS/Undone (Red Bow)
9
SAM HUNT/Make You Miss Me (MCA)
728
BRANDY CLARK/Girl Next Door (Warner Bros./WMN)
8
KElSEA BAllERINI/Peter Pan (Black River)
622
Country Aircheck Top Point Gainers
Activator Top Spin Gainers
TIM MCgRAW/Humble And Kind (Big Machine)
3526
CARRIE UNDERWOOD/Church Bells (19/Arista)
3296
JASON ALDEAN/Lights Come On (Broken Bow)
2673
DIERKS BENTlEy f/E. KINg/Different For Girls (Capitol)
2606
FlORIDA gEORgIA lINE/H.O.L.Y. (Republic Nashville)
2078
ERIC CHURCH/Record Year (EMI Nashville)
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
BLAKE SHELTON/She's Got A Way... (Warner Bros./WMN)
348
CARRIE UNDERWOOD/Church Bells (19/Arista)
334
JASON ALDEAN/Lights Come On (Broken Bow)
298
FlORIDA gEORgIA lINE/H.O.L.Y. (Republic Nashville)
257
DIERKS BENTlEy f/E. KINg/Different For Girls (Capitol)
214
1843
KEITH URBAN/Wasted Time (Capitol)
182
BLAKE SHELTON/She's Got A Way With... (Warner Bros./WMN)
1604
KENNY CHESNEY/Noise (Blue Chair/Columbia)
165
KENNY CHESNEY/Noise (Blue Chair/Columbia)
1537
SAM HUNT/Make You Miss Me (MCA)
154
KEITH URBAN/Wasted Time (Capitol)
1450
ZAC BROWN BAND/Castaway (SG/Varvatos/Dot)
153
KElSEA BAllERINI/Peter Pan (Black River)
1400
KElSEA BAllERINI/Peter Pan (Black River)
135
Country Aircheck Top Spin Gainers
Country Aircheck Top Recurrents
Points
TIM MCgRAW/Humble And Kind (Big Machine)
1172
DIERKS BENTlEy/Somewhere On A Beach (Capitol)
18019
CARRIE UNDERWOOD/Church Bells (19/Arista)
1088
OlD DOMINION/Snapback (RCA)
15398
JASON ALDEAN/Lights Come On (Broken Bow)
875
C. yOUNg & C. POPE/Think Of You (RCA/Republic Nashville)
13859
DIERKS BENTlEy f/E. KINg/Different For Girls (Capitol)
764
DUSTIN lyNCH/Mind Reader (Broken Bow)
13043
FlORIDA gEORgIA lINE/H.O.L.Y. (Republic Nashville)
680
THOMAS RHETT/Die A Happy Man (BMLG/Republic)
9751
KENNY CHESNEY/Noise (Blue Chair/Columbia)
537
COlE SWINDEll/You Should Be Here (Warner Bros./WMN)
9206
KEITH URBAN/Wasted Time (Capitol)
503
RASCAL FLATTS/I Like The Sound Of That (Big Machine)
8675
KElSEA BAllERINI/Peter Pan (Black River)
481
LOCASH/I Love This Life (Reviver)
7940
ERIC CHURCH/Record Year (EMI Nashville)
468
FlORIDA gEORgIA lINE/Confession (Republic Nashville)
7716
BLAKE SHELTON/She's Got A Way With... (Warner Bros./WMN)
452
gRANgER SMITH/Backroad Song (Wheelhouse)
7475
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Chart Page 4
COUNTRY AIRCHECK ACTIVITY
DREW BAlDRIDgE/Dance With Ya (Cold River)
Moves 46-45*
1,950 points, 780 spins
3 adds: KRST*, WKDF*, WRNX
CRAIg CAMPBEll/Outskirts of Heaven (Red Bow)
Moves 48-46*
1,938 points, 722 spins
1 add: WGNA
RANDY HOUSER/Song Number 7 (Stoney Creek)
Remains at 47*
1,933 points, 639 spins
1 add: WCKT
CHRIS JANSON/Holdin’ Her (Warner Bros./WAR)
Debuts at 48*
1,691 points, 576 spins
3 adds: WDXB, WLFP, WQDR
MICHAEl RAy/Think A Little Less (Atlantic/WEA)
Debuts at 49*
1,676points, 580 spins
2 adds: KHEY, WLHK
MADDIE & TAE/Sierra (Dot)
Debuts at 50*
1,647 points, 429 spins
7 adds: KDRK, KHEy, KKIX, KRST*, WCTO, WPOC, WWgR
CLARE DUNN/Tuxedo (MCA)
1,588 points, 556 spins
2 adds: WDXB, WRNX
EASTON CORBIN/Are You With Me (Mercury)
1,536 points, 435 spins
3 adds: KKGO, WGTY, WTGE
JOSH TURNER/Hometown Girl (MCA)
1,338 points, 486 spins
4 adds: KBEQ, WgTy, WMIl, WTHT
A D D DAT E S
June 20
the last bandoleros/Where Do You Go? (Warner Bros./ WAR)
sarabeth/You Rock My Rodeo (Circle S)
Mickey guyton/Heartbreak Song (Capitol)
Old Dominion/Song For Another Time (RCA)
June 27
maren morris/80s Mercedes (Columbia)
Michael Tyler/Crazy Last Night (Reviver)
Steve Moakler/Suitcase (CN Records/New Revolution)
July 5
chase bryant/Room To Breathe (Red Bow)
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Jon Pardi California Sunrise (Capitol)
Pardi recorded each song on his 12-track second
album live with a full band. The project includes
current gold single “Head Over Boots” and was
co-produced by Pardi and Bart Butler.
LoCash The Fighters (Reviver)
Duo Chris Lucas and Preston Brust’s 11-song
record kicks off with “I Love This Life” and also
includes “I Know Somebody” plus fan favorites
“Shipwrecked” and “Drunk Drunk.”
Kris Kristofferson The Cedar Creek Sessions
(KK Records)
The double album comes days before
Kristofferson’s 80th birthday and is the result of a
three-day jam session in 2014 at Austin’s Cedar
Creek Studios. The 25 song-project includes
classics “Me And Bobby McGee,” “For The Good Times” and a
duet with Sheryl Crow on “The Loving Gift.”
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Chart Page 5
LW
TW
Artist/Title (Label)
1
1
LUKE BRYAN/Huntin', Fishin' And Lovin'... (Capitol)
11908
284
2501
58
54
0
4
2
TIM MCgRAW/Humble And Kind (Big Machine)
11075
610
2338
135
55
0
5
3
KEITH URBAN/Wasted Time (Capitol)
10642
809
2242
182
55
0
2
4
THOMAS RHETT/T-Shirt (Valory)
10618
-446
2263
-120
51
0
7
5
JASON ALDEAN/Lights Come On (Broken Bow) ✔
9742
1327
2063
298
55
0
10
6
CARRIE UNDERWOOD/Church Bells (19/Arista) ✔
9310
1460
1972
334
54
0
8
7
KENNY CHESNEY/Noise (Blue Chair/Columbia)
9121
752
1931
165
54
0
9
8
ERIC CHURCH/Record Year (EMI Nashville)
8344
316
1759
89
55
0
12
9
FlORIDA gEORgIA lINE/H.O.L.Y. (Republic Nashville) ✔
7675
1050
1605
257
54
0
11
10
JON PARDI/Head Over Boots (Capitol)
7616
503
1607
121
53
0
6
11
MAREN MORRIS/My Church (Columbia)
7460
-1994
1555
-437
51
0
13
12
JAKE OWEN/American Country Love Song (RCA)
6496
23
1380
55
55
0
14
13
DAVID NAIl/Night's On Fire (MCA)
6095
232
1281
53
52
0
16
14
FRANKIE BAllARD/It All Started With A Beer (Warner Bros./WAR)
5897
321
1224
87
52
0
15
15
DAN + SHAY/From The Ground Up (Warner Bros./WAR)
5808
118
1225
30
53
0
17
16
JUSTIN MOORE/You Look Like I Need A Drink (Valory)
5573
64
1163
12
53
1
18
17
CHRIS lANE/Fix (Big Loud)
5244
-129
1057
-6
50
0
20
18
KElSEA BAllERINI/Peter Pan (Black River)
5172
622
1070
135
53
1
21
19
SAM HUNT/Make You Miss Me (MCA)
5134
728
1105
154
50
1
19
20
KIP MOORE/Running For You (MCA)
4928
349
1078
76
49
0
23
21
ZAC BROWN BAND/Castaway (SG/Varvatos/Dot)
4189
825
866
153
51
6
22
22
TUCKER BEATHARD/Rock On (BMLG/Dot)
3868
176
789
51
43
5
24
23
BRAD PAISlEy f/DEMI lOVATO/Without A Fight (Arista)
3687
391
806
90
51
2
26
24
WIllIAM MICHAEl MORgAN/I Met A Girl (Warner Bros./WMN)
2883
130
608
31
44
2
27
25
BIg & RICH f/TIM MCgRAW/Lovin' Lately (B&R/New Revolution)
2657
12
552
4
39
0
28
26
JENNIFER NETTlES/Unlove You (Big Machine)
2648
5
531
21
39
1
35
27
DIERKS BENTlEy f/E. KINg/Different For Girls (Capitol) ✔
2556
1054
508
214
46
12
29
28
COlE SWINDEll/Middle Of A Memory (Warner Bros./WMN)
2504
298
505
77
46
4
30
29
CAM/Mayday (Arista)
2141
120
439
20
39
0
31
30
DRAKE WHITE/Livin' The Dream (Dot)
2110
94
438
15
41
0
2nd Week at No. 1
Points +/- Points
Plays
+/- Plays
Stations Adds
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Chart Page 6
LW
TW
Artist/Title (Label)
Points +/- Points
Plays
+/- Plays
Stations Adds
32
31
BIlly CURRINgTON/It Don't Hurt Like It Used To (Mercury)
2079
73
438
15
38
3
57
32
BLAKE SHELTON/She's Got A Way With Words (Warner Bros./WMN) ✔
1980
1547
398
348
21
19
33
33
BROTHERS OSBORNE/21 Summer (EMI Nashville)
1877
-65
366
7
39
2
34
34
LOCASH/I Know Somebody (Reviver)
1752
175
365
40
38
4
37
35
BRETT YOUNG/Sleep Without You (Republic Nashville)
1750
340
329
81
36
3
39
36
gRANgER SMITH/If The Boot Fits (Wheelhouse)
1198
130
272
27
24
1
38
37
JERROD NIEMANN & lEE BRICE/A Little More Love (Curb)
1167
42
229
17
24
1
41
38
BRETT ELDREDGE/Wanna Be That Song (Atlantic/WMN)
1035
107
191
32
18
1
40
39
CHRIS STAPlETON/Parachute (Mercury)
963
10
199
0
25
0
42
40
OlIVIA lANE/Make My Own Sunshine (Big Spark)
910
24
189
5
18
0
36
41
KANE BROWN/Used To Love You Sober (RCA)
909
-514
185
-88
26
0
43
42
AARON WATSON/Bluebonnets (Big/Thirty Tigers)
826
0
182
-2
17
1
47
43
THOMAS RHETT/Vacation (Valory)
768
112
128
60
12
8
53
44
BRANDY CLARK/Girl Next Door (Warner Bros./WMN)
713
173
139
40
17
3
50
45
CHRIS yOUNg f/V. gIll/Sober Saturday Night (RCA)
675
82
106
21
8
2
45
46
CLARE DUNN/Tuxedo (MCA)
615
-92
111
-12
13
0
44
47
OlD DOMINION/Song For Another Time (RCA)
596
-173
67
-12
7
0
49
48
JORDAN RAGER w/JASON ALDEAN/Southern Boy (Broken Bow)
592
-19
133
-2
17
1
56
49
CHRIS JANSON/Holdin' Her (Warner Bros./WAR)
572
93
102
30
18
1
54
50
MAREN MORRIS/80s Mercedes (Columbia)
554
34
59
7
7
0
52
51
JOSH ABBOTT BAND w/C. PEARCE/Wasn't That Drunk (PDT/1608)
542
-17
105
4
9
1
55
52
PARMALEE/Roots (Stoney Creek)
541
35
127
8
11
0
48
53
RANDY HOUSER/Song Number 7 (Stoney Creek)
515
-96
111
-18
15
0
51
54
EASTON CORBIN/Are You With Me (Mercury)
489
-100
71
-11
7
0
Debut 55
JOSH TURNER/Hometown Girl (MCA)
472
209
94
42
9
1
59
56
CRAIg CAMPBEll/Outskirts Of Heaven (Red Bow)
420
13
104
2
14
0
58
57
HIgH VAllEy/Make You Mine (Atlantic/WEA)
376
-40
85
0
8
1
60
58
SMITHFIElD/Nothing But The Night (---)
340
-60
34
-6
1
0
Debut 59
Debut 60
KEITH WAlKER/Friends With Boats (---)
273
39
65
10
7
0
DREW BAlDRIDgE/Dance With Ya (Cold River)
244
42
51
8
7
1
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