Thursday, 17 January 2019

Blue Moon Rising release new single “Louisville Rambler” on Mountain Fever Records

For nearly six years, fans of Blue Moon Rising have been waiting for new music from the band. Well, today is the day!  Mountain Fever Records is honored to release a new single from Blue Moon Rising. It's titled, "Louisville Rambler" and is available on all major digital music sites as well as by request on radio.

"Louisville Rambler" is a lively, grassy tune written by Jerry Dill. It's the story of a man who can't seem to make love work as long as he loves his whiskey more. There's a surprising twist at the end the listener won't hear coming. Chris West performs the lead vocal to perfection with his band of pros providing the back up. 

Release Date: 15 Jan. 2019

Label: Mountain Fever Records

Time: 3:59

Genres: Country/ Bluegrass / Traditional Country / Acoustic Country
written by: Jerry Dill - Mountain Fever Music Pub. BMI

She tried twice to warn me once when the whiskey took control she'd be leaving
I never tried to stop her she just walked right out the door and left me standing on my knees in Louisville

Blue Moon Rising has been making great music for almost two decades and has six albums to its credit.  The band consists of the powerhouse team of Tim Tipton (Bass), Chris West (Guitar), Keith Garrett (Mandolin), Justin Jenkins (Banjo), Brandon Bostic (Dobro), and Randall Massengill (Guitar).  Fans can expect more exceptional music from Blue Moon Rising on Mountain Fever Records in the coming months.

If you had been wondering what singer/songwriter Keith Garrett would do following the breakup of Highland Travelers, wonder no more. He has rededicated himself to Blue Moon Rising, the group with whom he first drew notice in bluegrass.
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Loretta Lynn to celebrate Birthday with friends at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on April 1


AEG Presents “Loretta Lynn: An All-Star Birthday Celebration Concert” with Performances by Alan Jackson, Brandy Clark, Darius Rucker, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Jack White, 
Kacey Musgraves, Keith Urban, Little Big Town, Margo Price, Martina McBride, 
Miranda Lambert, Pistol Annies and Trisha Yearwood  

Tickets On-Sale Friday, January 18 at 10 a.m. CT

Loretta Lynn: An All-Start Birthday Celebration Concert, Monday, April 1, 2019

Monday, January 14, 2019 
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Music icon Loretta Lynn will celebrate her birthday this April with a once-in-a-lifetime music event. On the heels of one of the most deeply personal albums of her career, Wouldn’t It Be Great (Legacy Recordings/Sony Music Entertainment)the 2019 GRAMMY nominee celebrates this year’s birthday being honored by her friends. Alan JacksonBrandy ClarkDarius RuckerGarth BrooksGeorgeStraitJack WhiteKacey MusgravesKeith UrbanLittle Big TownMargo PriceMartina McBrideMiranda LambertPistol Annies and Trisha Yearwood are among the first guests announced for “Loretta Lynn: An All-Star Birthday Celebration Concert” on Monday, April 1 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, produced by AEG Presents. Acclaimed music producer Dave Cobb will serve as musical director for the evening of celebration and song. Net proceeds from ticket sales benefit the Opry Trust Fund and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum®.

"I am so excited to celebrate my 87th birthday with all my friends,” shares Lynn. “This is the first time I've ever had a birthday party! My birthday wish has come true. The only other wish I have is that Keith Urban jumps out of my birthday cake!"

Garth Brooks was on hand at the press conference to surprise Lynn with a birthday cake to kick-off the celebration. In describing Lynn’s immense contribution to American music, Brooks said, “She's the queen of Country music, there's not a level she hasn't crushed, no matter how big this party is, it ain't gonna be big enough! This is going to be an honor and a blast!”

Sally Williams, SVP Programming & Artist Relations Opry Entertainment and GM, Grand Ole Opry added, “Loretta’s been warming hearts and putting smiles on faces since she joined the Opry in 1962. There’s no one who deserves a big birthday throwdown more than her. And by generously including the Opry Trust Fund in the festivities, it will be the country music community that will receive the gifts this year as she helps us fulfill the mission of helping those in our community who are in need.”

Lisa Purcell (VP of Development, Education and Community Outreach for the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum), Sally Williams (SVP Programming & Artist Relations and GM, Grand Ole Opry), Garth Brooks, Loretta Lynn and Ali Harnell (SVP, AEG Presents) / Photo Credit: Chris Hollo

“Country Music Hall of Fame member Loretta Lynn is a beloved and important figure in American music,” said Kyle Young, CEO of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. “Loretta’s gift helps assure the success of our ongoing education mission, as we relate her story and the stories of other vital music-makers to generations of listeners and learners. In our museum, Loretta will always be a precious presence, as the memories and artistry of a coal miner’s daughter continue to inspire.”

AEG Presents’ Ali Harnell serves as executive producer of the event noted the significance of the timing, “Producing this event is an absolute pride-filled highlight of my career. I have always looked to Loretta as an inspiration on so many fronts. She is a boundary-pushing, trailblazing, surviving, undeniable superstar and I can’t wait to celebrate her and all her many achievements on April 1 at Bridgestone Arena.”

Loretta Lynn has long been established as the undisputed Queen of Country Music, with more than 50 years of recording and touring to her name. A self-taught guitarist and songwriter, Lynn was one of the most distinctive performers in Nashville in the 1960s and 1970s. She shook up Nashville by writing her own songs, many of which tackled boundary-pushing topics drawn from her own life experiences as a wife and mother. "Coal Miner's Daughter," "Fist City" and "Don't Come Home A' Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)" are just three of her 16 country No. 1 singles.

Lynn is also one of the most awarded musicians of all time. She has been inducted into more music Halls of Fame than any female recording artist, including The Country Music Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and was the first woman to be named the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year in 1972.
Lynn received Kennedy Center Honors in 2003 and a Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2013. In 2015, she was named recipient of Billboard's inaugural Women in Music "Legend" Award.
Lynn has won four GRAMMY Awards (including a GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010) and sold more than 45 million records worldwide.

Tickets to “Loretta Lynn: All-Star Birthday Celebration Concert” go on sale Friday, January 18 at 10:00 a.m. (central) with prices ranging from $29.50 to $149.50 (plus applicable fees) and limited VIP packages available. To purchase tickets, visit

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Gossip: Keith Urban was at the top of Loretta Lynn's wish list for birthday party performers
Keith Urban jumped at the chance to perform at Loretta Lynn's birthday tribute concert in Nashville, Tennessee in April (19) after learning she had specifically asked for him to be on the bill.
Loretta has made it clear there was only one guy she wanted to see on the bill.
In a press release announcing the show, Lynn writes: "I am so excited to celebrate my 87th birthday with all my friends. This is the first time I've ever had a birthday party! My birthday wish has come true.
"The only other wish I have is that Keith Urban jumps out of my birthday cake!"
The Blue Isn't Your Color singer was quick to sign up, replying: "Your wish is always my command Miss Loretta!!!!" underneath a picture of himself embracing the icon.
The tribute concert will also feature performances by country superstars George Strait and Alan Jackson, and Jack White, who produced the Coal Miner’s Daughter singer's 2004 comeback album Van Lear Rose.
Lynn, who is not yet billed to perform, will celebrate her 87th birthday on 14 April, but she will get the party started on 1 April with the All-Star Birthday Celebration Concert.

Bobby Bones unveils The Bobby Bones Show Class of 2019


Tastemaker Selects Abby Anderson, Caylee Hammack, Lauren Jenkins, Tenille Townes and Rachel Wammack

NASHVILLE, TN – January 11, 2019 – iHeartMedia's Bobby Bones is continuing to show his support for new talent, revealing the five artists who will make up his all-female “The Bobby Bones Show Class Of 2019″ this week. “With the power to turn new artists into breakout stars,” (Texas Monthly), Bones identified Abby Anderson, Caylee Hammack, Lauren Jenkins, Tenille Townes and Rachel Wammack as the artists he believes have what it takes to break through and become the next big thing. Each year, Bones rallies behind his picks, providing various opportunities and platforms to give each artist continued exposure. "When it comes to breaking new artists, Bones’ track record is impressive…” (Forbes), as past members have gone on to see noteworthy career milestones and become some of Country’s hottest acts, including Jimmie Allen, Kelsea Ballerini, Luke Combs, LANCO, Old Dominion, Maren Morris, Jon Pardi and Brothers Osborne.

“It’s been a long road from playing Buck’s liquor store in my little hometown of Ellaville, GA to hearing Bobby Bones say my name on the radio this morning," Caylee Hammack shared. "Never in my wildest dreams did I expect to be put into a category with these wonderful and talented women. I’m so excited for 2019 and can’t thank Bobby enough for all the support.”

“I’m really freaking grateful to be included in this group of artists. And I think it’s great how many women Bobby is highlighting with his platform this year, because women’s voices and stories and songs need to be heard,” shared Lauren Jenkins.

"I can’t explain how excited I am to be a part of this group of artists. They are stellar and unique, and Bobby is just awesome,” said Rachel Wammack.

"It is an honour to be a part of Bobby’s Class of 2019,” added Tenille Townes. "Having him be such a champion of this music and this path from the beginning means so much!! Also, being alongside such talented friends of mine is incredible! I look forward to cheering everybody on this year!”

“Bobby Bones is a busy man and SOMEHOW he makes time for brand new artists like myself,” said Abby Anderson. "I think everyone in country music can agree that Bobby is giving and gracious and I think the most precious gift someone could give is their time. So thank you THANK YOU Mr. Bobby Bones for giving your time and attention. Thank you for sharing your platform and being a champion.”

Bobby Bones, Vice President, Creative Director of iHeartCountry, has a “fiercely devoted following” (Washington Post) tuning in to his nationally syndicated radio show, The Bobby Bones Show, which broadcasts to almost 140 stations and is the #1 Country morning show with millions of weekly listeners. The show garnered its third ACM Award for National On-Air Personality of the Year, a 2017 Country Music Association award for National Broadcast Personality of the Year and earned Bones the title of youngest ever inductee into the prestigious National Radio Hall of Fame. The “media multitasker” (Billboard) also launched his own podcast, BobbyCast, which features candid long-form interviews with top artists and industry figures and has been downloaded millions of times. The podcast’s overwhelming success has paved the way for Bones to launch the Nashville Podcast Network, an eclectic collection of podcasts from a variety of Nashville-savvy hosts, giving listeners an inside look at the lifestyle and pop culture in Nashville. Bones recently won Season 27 of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars and is set to lend his expertise to the latest season of ABC’s American Idol as the official in-house mentor. Bones is also a two-time New York Times #1 bestselling author, touring stand-up comedian, philanthropist and chart-topping comedy artist – a true “jack of all trades” (ESPN). Visit for more information.

Country Billboard Chart News January 7, 2019

Country Billboard Chart News January 7, 2019

In Brief: Billboard Country Charts (Chart issue week of January 12, 2019)

Country Album Chart ** No.1 (22 non-consecutive weeks) ** THIS ONE’S FOR YOU Luke Combs
Hot Country Songs ** No.1 (7 weeks) ** “Speechless” Dan + Shay
Country Airplay ** No.1 (4 weeks) ** “Speechless” Dan + Shay
Country Digital Songs ** No.1 (9 non-consecutive weeks) “Speechless” Dan + Shay

Billboard Top 200 / Country Album Chart News (Chart issue week of January 12, 2019)

The Billboard 200 chart measures multi-metric album consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).

21 Savage spends a second week atop the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart (BB200) with I Am > I Was, earning 65,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Jan. 3, according to Nielsen Music. The set slips by 51 percent in its second week on the tally after debuting at No. 1 with 131,000 units.
The Billboard 200 chart’s new top 10 was full of movement, though devoid of debuts, as the tally adjusted back to normal business post the Christmas season.

Billboard Top Country Albums (Chart issue week of January 12, 2019)
Top Country Albums now ranks the most popular country albums of the week, as compiled by Nielsen Music, based on multi-metric consumption (blending traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA), and streaming equivalent albums (SEA)).
10 digital track sales from an album = 1 track equivalent album (TEA) “sale”
1,500 on demand song streams from an album to one streaming equivalent album (SEA) “sale”.
Nielsen Music compiles the sales and streaming data. Billboard continues to publish pure album sales charts (subscription to billboard biz ), exclusively comprising Nielsen’s sales data.

With the Christmas and New Year season over the charts emphasised a period of sales levels post-iTunes and store gift cards (although digital songs sales are in severe decline). Artists witnessed drastic sales dips over the previous week (Carrie Underwood's Cry Pretty was #1 based purely on sales).
Previous weeks’ No1 Gene Autry with Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer And Other Christmas Classics plummeted 1-40. 1 (#24 to off the Billboard 200; 11 chart frames)

Based on consumption units Luke Combs with THIS ONE’S FOR YOU (River House/ Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville) moved 2-1 (#32-18 Billboard 200; 3,600 sales; 83-week total 399,000) to head the chart for a 21st non-consecutive week No.1 in the albums 83rd chart frame.

Propelled by their 4-week #1 hit "Speechless" former No1 Dan + Shay with their self-titled album (Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville) climbed 5-2 (#52-27 BB200; 5,100 sales; 28-week total 91,900) and additionally returned to No.1 on the Country Sales list.

Former No.1 Kane Brown with sophomore album, entitled EXPERIMENT rose 8-3 (#65-48 BB200; 3,900 sales; 8-week total 166,700). His self titled debut Kane Brown climbed 10-6 (#104-68 BB200; 1,800 sales; 109-week total 496,900).

Chris Stapleton with the 192-week TRAVELLER (MERCURY/ UMGN) rose 9-4 (#74-53 BB200; 3,300 sales; total 2,425,400) as his set From A Room: Volume 1 (Mercury/Universal Music Group Nashville) held at No.17 (#138-168 BB200) and From A Room: Volume 2 fell 20-36 (2,200 sales; 57-week total 480,200).

Thomas Rhett with LIFE CHANGES (Valory) rose 11-5 (#74-53 BB200; 2,100 sales; 69-week total 314,400) in his 69th frame.

Former 6-week non-consecutive week No.1 Jason Aldean with REARVIEW TOWN (Macon/Broken Bow Records) rose 12-7 (#116-77 BB200; 1,500 sales; 38-week total 462,700) in its 38th week.
Mitchell Tenpenny with TELLING ALL MY SECRETS climbed 14-8 (#129-90 Billboard 200; 1,600 sales; 3-week total 17,800) in his third frame.

Former No.1 Carrie Underwood with CRY PRETTY fell 7-9 (#60-92 BB200; 4,700 sales; 16-week total 400,800).
Brett Young with his self-titled Brett Young (BMLG) pushed 19-10 (#168-99 BB200; 1,300 sales; 99-week total 253,400) as his former No.1 Ticket to L.A. (BMLG) rebounded 18-12 (#150-117 BB200; 2,500 sales; 4-week total 40,600) in his fourth frame.

Outside the Top 10
Kacey Musgraves with GOLDEN HOUR (MCA Nashville) climbed 16-11 (#137-113 BB200; 4,200 sales; 35-week total 141,100) in her 35th frame.

Eric Church with DESPERATE MAN (EMI Nashville) rose 15-13 (#131-146 BB200; 3,400 sales; 13-week total 179,000) in his 13th frame.
Jimmie Allen with his debut album MERCURY LANE (Stoney Creek/BMG/BBMG) rocketed 43-19 (#198 Re-Entry BB200; 400 sales; 10-week total 10,000).

Outside the Top 25
Dolly Parton with DUMPLIN' (Soundtrack) made a #37 Re-Entry (1,800 sales; 4-week total 18,000)

On the Country Album Sales list (pure sales; old methodology)

In his second frame Upchurch with 12-track Hip-Hop & Rap set RIVER RAT [Explicit] (Redneck Nation Records | Amazon UK - UK iTunes) fell off the top 50 after a debut at No.21 and dropped #8-11 Country Album sales (2,300 sales; 2-week total 9,200).

Jill Martin with her 6-track EP THE LOCALS  (Big J Records | Amazon UK - UK iTunes - made a Hot Shot Debut at #49 Country sales (#20 on the Heatseeker chart) selling 400 copies.

She wrote every song on the EP, The Locals, with husband Logan Mize (“The Girl With You” and “Meet Me In Montana” were co-written with Blake Chaffin). The EP was produced by Logan Mize & Ryan Gore.
A while back, Jill auditioned for Nashville Star and made it to the round right before the final cut – John Rich pulled her aside and told her to get her ass to Nashville.

Year-To-Date Albums
240,000 (Physical sales 160,000 (down -26.6%) + Digital sales 80,000 (down -3.6%) which is 20.3% down at the same point in 2018 (301,000 sales) 

Year-To-Date Digital Tracks
809,000 down 21.6% at the same point in 2018 (1,032,000)

Billboard Hot Country Songs (Chart issue week of January 12, 2019)

On Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart - which blends:
a) All-format airplay, as monitored by BDS
b) Sales, as tracked by Nielsen SoundScan and
c) Streaming, (tracked by Nielsen BDS from such services as Spotify, Muve, Slacker, Rhapsody, Rdio and Xbox Music, among others) according to BDS it results in:

Speechless” controled Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart for a seventh week. Along with its airplay gain, the song increased by 19 percent to 10.5 million U.S. streams in the week ending Jan. 3 as it returned to its No.2 peak on Country Streaming Songs (8-2) and spent a ninth week atop Country Digital Song Sales (17,000 sold, down 26 percent).

Hot County Songs
** No.1 (7 weeks) ** “Speechless” Dan + Shay 
** Streaming Gainer ** No.2 “Tequila” Dan + Shay  
** Airplay Gainer” No.10 “Good Girl” Dustin Lynch  
** Digital Gainer ** No.23 “Miss Me More” Kelsea Ballerini

Billboard Country Airplay (Chart issue week of January 12, 2019)

Dan + Shay, the duo of Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney, continue their domination of Billboard’s Country Airplay chart and the airplay-, streamingand sales-fueled Hot Country Songs survey (dated Jan. 12) with “Speechless” (Warner Bros./WAR).

The love song inspired by the duo’s wives, which Smyers and Mooney cowrote with Jordan Reynolds and Laura Veltz, led Country Airplay for a fourth week. It increases by 15 percent to 39.4 million audience impressions in the week ending Jan. 6, according to Nielsen Music. (All but two songs gain on the chart, reflecting the first full tracking week after holiday music returned to hibernation.)

“It’s very fitting to start the new year with ‘Speechless’ still at No.1,” says Warner Music Nashville senior vp promotion and streaming Kristen Williams. “The guys have worked immensely hard to get to this point, and the entire team has been tireless in its efforts to execute their vision. Plus, thanks to country radio for its unending support. It’s going to be an exciting year.”
“Speechless” hit No. 1 for the first time on the Dec.22, 2018-dated Country Airplay list.
The track became the first four-week leader since Luke Combs’ “She Got the Best of Me,” which led for four frames beginning on the chart dated Oct. 27, 2018.
As far as duos go, Dan + Shay is the first to stretch a stay atop Country Airplay to four weeks since 2014, when Florida Georgia Line’s “Stay” ruled for four frames that January. The pair with the longest-running No.1 on Country Airplay is Brooks & Dunn, whose 2001 hit “Ain’t Nothing ’Bout You” held at the apex for six weeks.
Among all acts, the longest reign atop Country Airplay, which launched on Jan. 20, 1990, is eight weeks. Two songs share the honor: Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett’s “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” (2003) and Lonestar’s “Amazed” (1999).
As Dan + Shay have now topped both Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay for four weeks running, the act is the first to simultaneously spend that much time atop those tallies since Thomas Rhett, who led the lists for a record six consecutive weeks in January and February 2016 with “Die a Happy Man.”

Luke Combs’She Got the Best of Me” (River House/Columbia Nashville) has now ranked in the Country Airplay top five for 15 weeks as it dipped 4-5 with 34 million audience impressions, up 17 percent. “Best” now stands alone in second place for the longest run in the top five and is a week from tying the record, held by Sam Hunt’s “Body Like a Back Road”: 16 weeks, in 2017.

Country Airplay
*** No.1 (4 weeks) *** “Speechless” Dan + Shay 39.416 million audience (+5.197 million) / 7,442 radio plays (+916)
** Most Increased Audience ** No.2 “Good Girl” Dustin Lynch +7.926 million audience
** Most Added ** No.19 “Beautiful Crazy” Luke Combs (47 ADDS)
** Hot Shot Debut ** No.54 “Some Of It” Eric Church  
Debut No.55 “Good As You” Kane Brown

Billboard Country Digital Singles Chart 
(Chart issue week of January 12, 2019)

Dan + Shay (Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney) with “Speechless” held at No.1 (#10 non-mover Digital Songs; 17,000 sales; 28-week total 278,000) to head the chart for an 9th non-consecutive week as their hit “Tequila” held at No.2 (#28-21 Digital Songs; 11,000 sales; 50-week total 509,000) in its 50th frame.
Speechless was nine places behind Post Malone and Swae Lee's "Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)"which hit a new Hot 100 high at No. 3, up from No. 5, and took over atop Digital Song Sales (40,000, down 8 percent), where it's Post Malone's third leader and Swae Lee's first.

Luke Combs with “She Got The Best Of Me” held No.3 (#31-34 Digital Songs; 8,000 sales; 22-week total 322,000) and “Beautiful Crazy” held at No.4 (#34-37 Digital Songs; 8,000 sales; 35-week total 268,000) in its 34th frame.
Jake Owen with “Down To The Honkytonk” held at No.5 (#50-40 Digital Songs; 7,000 sales; 19-week total 110,000).

The former 22 non-consecutive week No1 Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line with “Meant to Be" (Warner Bros. | BMLG) climbed 10-6 (#40 Re-Entry Digital Songs; 7,000 sales; 58-week total 1,379,000) as FGL’s “Simple” lifted 18-8 (6,000 sales; 28-week total 364,000).
Kelsea Ballerini with “Miss Me More” advanced 21-9 (#47 Re-Entry Digital Songs; 6,000 sales; 9-week total 78,000)
Chris Stapleton’s Tennessee Whiskey” dropped 8-9 (6,000 sales; 156-week total 1,743,000) as “Millionaire” rose 17-13 (5,000 sales; week total 187,000).
Mitchell Tenpenny with “Drunk Me” fell 6-10 (6,000 sales; 24-week total 182,000) in its 24th frame.

Outside the Top 10
Kane Brown with “Lose It” fell 7-11 (6,000 sales; 27-week total 189,000).
Dierks Bentley feat. Brothers Osborne with “Burning Man” fell 11-12 (5,000 sales; 21-week total 120,000).
Kane Brown feat. Lauren Alaina with “What Ifs” made a re-entry at No.14 (5,000 sales; total 886,000).

Country Aircheck MEDIABASE Chart

January 7, 2019

Dan + Shay Hold At #1 With 'Speechless'
Congrats to Dan + Shay’s Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney, Kristen Williams, Tom Martens, James Marsh and the WAR promotion staff on bookending the break with a second week at No.1 for “Speechless.” The song is the second chart-topper from the duo’s current self-titled album. Writers are Jordan Reynolds, Laura Veltz, Smyers and Mooney.

Speechless” (Warner Bros./WAR) held at No.1 logging 7,902 radio spins, 48.995 million audience impressions with 25190 Total Points from 156 tracking stations (156 ADDS) for the tracking week December 30 to January 5, 2018 and published chart dated January 7, 2019.

Kane Brown Is Most-Added With 'Good As You'
And kudos to Dennis Reese and the RCA crew on securing 64 adds for Kane Brown’s Good As You”. The song topped the "Most Added" board this chart week.

Mediabase Adds (Selective)

Artist/Title (Label) TW Total Historic Adds
KANE BROWN/Good As You (RCA)      64         64        
BRANTLEY GILBERT & LINDSAY ELL/What Happens In A Small Town (Valory)  36         36        
LUKE COMBS/Beautiful Crazy (River House/Columbia)   34         139      
KELSEA BALLERINI/Miss Me More (Black River)            23         140      
TOBY KEITH/Don't Let The Old Man In (Show Dog)       22         22        
ASHLEY MCBRYDE/Girl Goin' Nowhere (Atlantic/WAR)  18         22        
CARLY PEARCE/Closer To You (Big Machine)   18         92        
PISTOL ANNIES/Got My Name Changed Back (RCA)     18         46        
LEE BRICE/Rumor (Curb)          14         112      
RUSSELL DICKERSON/Every Little Thing (Triple Tigers)            13         72        
ERIC CHURCH/Some Of It (EMI Nashville)         11         11        
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE/Talk You Out Of It (BMLGR)   11         104      
ADAM HAMBRICK/Rockin' All Night Long (Buena Vista/Capitol)  10         65        
CODY JOHNSON/On My Way To You (CoJo Music/WMN)          10         136      
COLE SWINDELL/Love You Too Late (Warner Bros./WMN)        10         75        
ELI YOUNG BAND/Love Ain't (Valory)    10         133      
OLD DOMINION/Make It Sweet (RCA)    10         150      
BRETT ELDREDGE/Love Someone (Atlantic/WMN)        9          128      
MADDIE & TAE/Friends Don't (Mercury) 9          110      
RUNAWAY JUNE/Buy My Own Drinks (Wheelhouse)      7          99        
AARON WATSON/Kiss That Girl Goodbye (Big Label)    2          2         
WALKER HAYES/90's Country (Monument/Arista)          2          45        
DAN + SHAY/All To Myself (Warner Bros./WAR) 1          1         
LAUREN ALAINA/Ladies In The '90s (19/Mercury)           1          70        
MITCHELL TENPENNY/Alcohol You Later (Riser House/Columbia)         1          1         
RAELYNN/Tailgate (Warner Bros./WMN)            1          18        
TEGAN MARIE/Keep It Lit (Warner Bros./WAR)  1          1         
WALKER MONTGOMERY/You Heard It Here First (Stringtown)   1          1

For a detailed report check out Country Aircheck Weekly January 7, 2019, Issue 634 - Magazine View

For the very latest up to the minute Mediabase Chart (Past 7 Days) go here -

Billboard Boxscores (Selective Country concerts)

Rank Artist: #4  
Event Venue City/State: Florida Georgia Line Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas
Dates: Dec. 1, 5, 7-8. 11, 2018 Gross Sales: $2,298,931 Attend: 22,927/ 24,966
Shows/ Sellouts: 5/0 (2,039 unsold tickets) Prices: $188, $145, $92, $66, $53
Promoters: Caesars Entertainment/Live Nation  
Rank Artist: #20
Event Venue City/State: John Prine Grand Ole Opry House Nashville
Dates: Dec. 31, 2018 Gross Sales: $625,721 Attend: 4,257/ 4,257
Shows/ Sellouts: 1/1 ** SOLD OUT ** Prices: $256.50, $81.50
Promoters: NS2

Rank Artist: #35
Event Venue City/State: Cole Swindell TaxSlayer Center Moline, Ill
Dates: Dec. 7, 2018 Gross Sales: $302,901 Attend: 7,397/ 10,364
Shows/ Sellouts: 1/0 (2,967 unsold tickets) Prices: $56, $50.75, $36.75, $26.75
Promoters: Live Nation

Rank Artist: #41
Event Venue City/State: Chris Young Ford Center Evansville, Ind.
Dates: Oct. 25, 2018 Gross Sales: $262,274 Attend: 4,272/ 8,982
Shows/ Sellouts: 1/0 (4,710 unsold tickets) Prices: $79.50, $39.50
Promoters: Concerts West                         

Rank Artist: #42
Event Venue City/State: Kane Brown The Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort & Casino Las Vegas
Dates: Dec. 15, 2018 Gross Sales: $260,706 Attend: 6,170/ 6,170
Shows/ Sellouts: 1/1 ** SOLD OUT ** (1** unsold tickets) Prices: $95, $42.50
Promoters: AEG        

Rank Artist: #48
Event Venue City/State: Willie Nelson Orpheum Theatre Memphis, Tenn.
Dates: Jan. 5, 2019 Gross Sales: $226,810 Attend: 2,308/ 2,308
Shows/ Sellouts: 1/1 ** SOLD OUT ** Prices: $125, $55
Promoters: Beaver Productions
Latest Billboard Boxscore Chart