Saturday, 11 May 2013

Country Billboard Chart News May 2, 2013

Country Billboard Chart News May 2, 2013

In Brief

Billboard Country Album Chart ** No. 1 (3 week)**
BASED ON A TRUE STORY..  Blake Shelton
Billboard Hot Country Songs ** No. 1 (9 weeks) ** “Cruise”  Florida Georgia Line
Billboard Country Airplay ** No. 1 (1 weeks)** "If I Didn't Have You" Thompson Square
Billboard Hot Country Digital ** No. 1 **  “Cruise”  Florida Georgia Line  (137,000 sales)

RIAA Certifications
Luke Bryan's 2007 album I'LL STAY ME (GOLD) 500,000 units shipped to retail.
Thompson Square's 2010 single "Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not" (2X Platinum) for 2 million digital downloads.
Blake Shelton's single "Sure Be Cool If You Did" (Platinum)
Miranda Lambert's single "Fastest Girl In Town" (GOLD)

Billboard Top 200 / Billboard Country Album (Chart week of May 11, 2013)

Pop singer Michael Buble earned his fourth No. 1 album on the Billboard Top 200 chart (BB200)  with the arrival of TO BE LOVED. The set sold 195,669 copies in its debut week according to Nielsen SoundScan. Buble's last album, 2011's "Christmas," bowed at No. 3 with 141,000. It eventually rose to No. 1 four weeks later, remaining there for five consecutive frames.

Blake Shelton with his latest album BASED ON A TRUE STORY slipped 4-6 on the BB200 but his sales of  35,731 (down 16%) were enough for him to secure a second consecutive week at No.1 on the Billboard Country Chart. In 5 chart weeks he has racked up sales of 421,000.

The Band Perry’s PIONEER dropped 6-14 on the BB200 and held their No.2 country position. Their sales of 23,707 were down 35% with a 4-week total of 246,000. Brad Paisley’s WHEELHOUSE also fell 7-19 on the BB200, sales of 16,773 were down 51% as it approached a 152,000 3-week tally.

Tate Stevens, the winner of the U.S. 2012 version of The X Factor (second season) saw his self titled debut album (Syco Music/RCA Nashville) land at  No.18 (No.4 Country). His first week sales of 16,830 (13,094 Physical copies + 3,736 Digital copies) were described in some quarters as a “solid start” which might be considered more than expected after the lack of impact with his first 2 singles.
The album, produced by Blake Chancey, features his current single, “Power Of A Love Song” which has so far reached a peak of No.50 in seven weeks on the Billboard Country Airplay but has yet to show its face on the Top 50 Country Digital chart.

Stevens won a $5 million recording contract and more than 35 million votes were cast by viewers after the performance show on Dec 19, 2012. Pepsi premiered a 55th Annual Grammy Awards commercial featuring his music video for “Holler If You’re With Me” >> YouTube 
"Holler" bombed on the iTunes' Top 100 Songs (U.S.) chart where it floundered in the 90’s before the song dropped off of the chart and didn’t get any attention at country radio. It made a  #54 on The Billboard Country Digital Chart [note -The #30 song sold 14,000 downloads], and on Feb 13 it was at #469 on iTunes Top 1500 Singles and Albums

Promoting the album Tate performed on ABC's Good Morning America Friday, April 26 and when the “country music powerhouse” took the stage in Kansas City, MO he performed to a sold out crowd at Midland by AMC just two days before his major label self-titled debut hits the shelves. The 3,000 capacity crowd raucously welcomed their hometown hero!
Stevens co-wrote three songs on the album, which also features such acclaimed songwriters as Carson Chamberlain, Dallas Davidson, Drew Davis, Joe Diffie, Ashley Gorley, Ben Hayslip, Wade Kirby, Shane Minor, David Lee Murphy, and Rivers Rutherford, among others. “I am so proud of this album and so excited that music fans have chosen to spend their hard-earned money to buy it,” said Stevens. “It has been my life-long goal to record an album that people would enjoy, and to see it debut at No. 4 is truly a dream come true. I am a blessed man and so thankful for all my fans.”
Stevens shared:  I feel like the songs we selected for the album are a real reflection of my personality—they range from fun-loving to serious and everything in between”. 

Billboard music critic Chuck Dauphin writes, “what really sets Stevens apart is his way with a ballad. Whether it be on the stunning ‘Ordinary Angels’ or on his current single ‘Power of a Love Song,’” he demonstrates a depth that brings to mind artists such as one of his biggest influences, Garth Brooks. Tate Stevens shows on his debut album that he’s got the talent to be a long-term voice in this business.”
The Hollywood Reporter stated that Stevens “makes a country debut, that….shows he may have what it takes to hang in Nashville.” - Essential Broadcast Media 

Critical Reception for Tate Stevens’ Self-Titled Debut   Time: 34:39 
Allmusic (Rating: 2.5 STARS) - He's eager to please, as is his album, wanting to be something for everyone but the diversity doesn't suggest versatility, rather that Stevens has no particular song suit so the producers put him in every setting hoping that one sticks. Several of these songs are ingratiating enough to be a hit if they get the right break but, as a collection of songs, this suggests Stevens remains a country singer who is more at home on television than he is on record.

GAC by Daryl Addison - The album carries many easygoing, lighthearted moments. However, its emotional center is the gradually-building “Ordinary Angels” on the back half of the project. A touching song that starts with tender piano, the message, When you need it most, the world is full of ordinary angels, strikes just the right chord, with verses full of crisp imagery and people helping one another......Tate demonstrates an impressive feel for building tightly-woven and fluid melodies.... It provides the sort of takeaway that gives the project insightful depth and marks a promising debut from a polished talent many are now hearing for the first time.

Taste Of Country (Rating: 3 STARS) - The debut effort from Tate Stevens is about as straight-forward of a country album as you’ll find. ‘Tate Stevens’ is an end cap-at-Walmart sort of record that proves the ‘X Factor‘ winner can compete with the big names in Nashville.....The 38-year-old rushed into the studio after winning the singing competition and it shows in little ways...The songs on ‘Tate Stevens’ range from average to above-average, with the exception of the lazy ‘El Camino.’ Stevens is an above-average singer, but more time between winning the show and kicking off his recording career may have allowed him to truly immerse himself in each story. Given the obstacles, this is a fine debut for a singer with promise.

Roughstock (Rating: 3 STARS) - I had high hopes for Tate Stevens to deliver a stunning album and perhaps the time constrains of winning a show in december and finishing recording by February is the reason it doesn't feel as good as hoped. Still, Tate Stevens is far from a disaster and is, instead, a decent debut from a talented vocalist Country Music most-certainly has room for.

Tate was ready to celebrate his album’s debut on May 1st when he performed at Renegades in West Palm Beach, Fla., and May 2nd at Joyland in Bradenton, Fla. 
Listen to "Power Of a Love Song" -
The album is available at Amazon UK CD - Amazon UK MP3 - CD - MP3

Tate Stevens (X Factor) versus Scotty McCreery (American Idol)

Reality Country TV showdown
(Graphic courtesy of Taste Of Country)

One thing that baffles me is why people spend their hard earned cash on the reality show phone votes and then don’t convert that loyality into going out and buying the singles or albums?
Cassadee Pope The Season 3 champion of NBC’s “The Voice,” did chart at No.3 on Billboard Hot Country songs and land a No.1 on Billboard Country Digital (152,128 downloads) of her cover of Miranda Lambert’s “Over You”  and scored a #1 country single for second time when “Stupid Boy” bowed in at No.1 selling 117,000 copies.

This week however provides a comparison with 2 male country winners from 2 opposing TV reality shows.

Tate Stevens Stats:
Stevens won a $5 million recording contract and more than 35 million votes were cast by viewers after the performance show on Dec 19, 2012.
Single - "Holler If You're with Me" #50 peak on Hot Country Songs; sales unknown
Single - "Power of a Love Song" #50 peak Country Airplay (7 weeks on chart); In its 4th week at retail it sold 761 copies; down 24% with a total at 5,189
Album - Self titled album , #18 Billboard Top 200; #4 Billboard Country 16,830 sales (0.0485% of the Phone vote bought the album)

Scotty McCreery Stats
Following last night’s final performance show of American Idol, a record 122.4 million votes were cast for finalists Lauren Alaina and Scotty McCreery.
Single - "I Love You This Big" (2011) #15 Hot Country Songs (HCS); #11 Hot 100;  851,000+ sales US GOLD
Single – “The Trouble with Girls” #17 HCS 714,000 ; certified US: Gold 
Single – “See You Tonight”; #28 HCS (46,000 debut sales)
Album - Scotty McCreery  American Idol; No 10 Bilboard debut with 23,196 sales
Album - American Idol 10/Highlights;  40,408 sales; No.2 Billboard Country chart
Album - CLEAR AS DAY; 196,739 debut sales; No.1 Billboard Top 200 #1 Billboard Country (0.16% of the Phone vote bought the album) as of  21 April 2013 it is certified Platinum with sales to date of 1.166 million

Water Tower connection - Tate Stevens was never shy about his small town upbringing and pride in his hometown Belton, Missouri. Belton is so proud of their shining star that they painted the town’s water tower in honour of Mr. Stevens.
The 160 foot water tower stands over the sitting, reading “Home of Tate Stevens, Live the Dream!” 

Country fans know that a water tower isn’t just a water tower in small towns. It can define these places as well as be the only landmark in the entire town.
Idol winner Scotty McCreery explains the importance of this landmark in his single “Water Tower Town”. !  >> [LISTEN]

LOVE HAS COME FOR YOU by Steve Martin & Edie Brickell debuts at No.21 on the BB200 and landed at No.1 on the Billboard Bluegrass album chart with first week sales of 15,609. This is Martin’s highest-charting album since A WILD AND CRAZY GUY spent six consecutive weeks at #2 in 1978-1979. It’s Brickell’s highest-charting album since Edie Brickell & the New Bohemians’ Shooting Rubberbands At The Stars reached #4 in February 1989. This is Martin’s highest-charting musical album. The Crow: New Songs For The 5-String Banjo reached #93 in 2009.
Rare Bird Alert hit #43 in 2011. Brickell is married to Martin’s pal (and fellow SNL frequent guest) Paul Simon.

Rounder Records Blurb: Love Has Come for You' offers 13 eloquently rootsy Martin/Brickell compositions that combine the former's inventive, expressive five-string banjo work with the latter's heart-tugging vocals and vivid, detail-rich lyrics.
Produced by legendary musician and producer, Peter Asher, and featuring the guest stylings of Esperanza Spalding, Waddy Wachtel, Nickel Creek alumni Sara Watkins and Sean Watkins, as well as the Steep Canyon Rangers, “Love Has Come For You” is playful, spacious, and irresistibly accessible.
Mixing the traditional with the modern, Brickell and Martin find a comfortable groove on what may seem like an unlikely collaboration but that turns out to be a perfect fit. Brickell's ability to create vivid characters and spin a tale in the confines of a 3-minute song melds well with Martin's five-string banjo stylings." - Associated Press

In promoting the album Steve Martin & Edie Brickell performed the opening track "When You Get to Asheville" with The Steep Canyon Rangers and members of the CBS Orchestra on the Late Show with David Letterman April 23, 2013.
Steve & Edie discuss the Martin Mull painting that inspired the album cover
 >> YouTube

Critical reception for “Love Has Come For You   Time: 36:13
Allmusic (Rating: 4 STARS) - This is a sweet-sounding album with subtle depths, not really bluegrass, but a precisely gentle folk album that grows more graceful and revealing with each listen.

In their second week on the Billboard Country Chart Steve Earle & The Dukes (& Duchesses) with LOW HIGHWAY fell 12 places, moving 12-24 (3,856 sales, down 65%), Willie Nelson’s LET'S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE fell 16-22 (4,032 sales, down 58%) , The Casey Donahew Band with STANDOFF dropped 7-26 (3,696 sales, down 72%),  Granger Smith’s set DIRT ROAD DRIVEWAY fell from No.15 to No.29 (2,714 sales, down 72%) and other new titles fell out of the Top 75 sellers including Kim Richey’s THORN IN MY HEART which sold 355 copies, down 62% for a 2 week total of 1,302.

Released on 23rd April The Statler Brothers BEST FROM THE FAREWELL CONCERT (Spring House / EMI) debuted at No.45 on the Country chart with sales of 1,286. After a 39-year career, The Statler Brothers - Harold, Don, Phil and Jimmy bring their touring days to a close with this live concert event. This celebration highlights the songs, the moments and the legacy of their incredible musical journey, and features many of their well-loved classics, including: 'Class of 57' 'Bed of Roses' 'Whatever Happened to Randolph Scott' 'Flowers On the Wall', and many others - Amazon UK

Four George Jones compilations enter or re-enter the chart in the wake of his death last week at age 81. His albums Jones' sold 35,000; up 1,002% from 3,000 the week previous.
The 1998 compilation 16 Biggest Hits finally enters the chart at #42. Even without cracking The Billboard 200 (until this week) the album has sold a healthy 1,181,000 copies.
The album went to #1 on this week’s Billboard Catalog Albums chart. 16 BIGGEST HITS sold 8,903 (1,735 Physical sales +  7,168 Digital sales)
George Jones sold 40,000 albums in the past week, bringing his SoundScan era total to 11,434,000.
Jones had two albums on the very first Hot Country Albums chart when it was introduced on Jan. 11, 1964.

Billboard Top 200 albums - On the chart, Jones logs his highest-charting set ever on the tally, as the 1998 release 16 BIGGEST HITS debuts at No. 42
Jones never previously went higher than No. 53 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart, with his 1999 album COLD HARD TRUTH.
On the Billboard 200 this chart week:
No.42 - 16 BIGGEST HITS (8,903 sales compared to last weeks 441; up 1,918%; Total sales 1,181,174)
No.56 - Super Hits (1987) (6,989 sales compared to last weeks 726; up 862%, Total to date 2,265,940).
No.92 - The Essential George Jones (5,014 sales compared to last weeks 51; up 9,731%, Total to date 36,801)
No.183 - Hits I Missed . . . And One I Didn't (2,614 compared to last weeks 392; up 567%, Total to date 171,696).

Billboard Hot Country Songs - Jones’ signature song “He Stopped Loving Her Today” (Epic), written by Bobby Braddock and Curly Putman and produced by Billy Sherrill entered the chart for a second time at No.21. Jones writes a new chapter in the song’s legacy with his best rank on in 23 years.

Billboard Top 200  (Issue dated Chart week of May 11, 2013)

(Country Album positions #1 - #25)

(TW) This Week, (LW) Last Week, Co (Country Album Chart placing / Movement)

Top 25 Hot Country Songs (week of May 11, 2013)

 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, according to BDS it results in:

Florida Georgia Line’sCruise” (Republic Nashville) collects a nineth week at the top and four weeks consecutive in its 40th week on the chart.

With airplay, sales and streaming activity following his April 26 death, George Jones writes a new chapter in the song’s legacy with his best rank on Hot Country Songs in 23 years as “ He Stopped Loving Her Todayre-enters at No. 21. Under the chart’s present rules, older songs with renewed activity can re-enter when they gain enough traction to rank inside the upper half of the 50-position list.

This is Jones highest ranking since “A Few Ole Country Boys”—a duet with Randy Travis—peaked at No. 8 in October 1990, and Jones’ best solo rank since he took an affectionate cover of Johnny Horton’s 1956 classic “I’m a One Woman Man” to No. 5 in March 1989.
Widely considered to be Jones’ signature song—no small feat for an artist with 166 charted singles and 97 entries on Top Country Albums—“Loving Her” first peaked at No.1 on the July 5, 1980, Hot Country Songs tally.

Florida Georgia Line with “Cruise” stays Top The Chart #1
Darius Rucker  with former No.1 “Wagon Wheel” stays at #2
Blake Shelton with “Boys ‘Round Here” is up three, #6 - #3
Miranda Lambert with “Mama’s Broken Heart” is down one, #3 - #4
Florida Georgia Line with “Get Your Shine On” stays at #5
Tim McGraw & Taylor Swift with “Highway Don’t Care” is up one,  #7 - #6
Lady Antebellum with “Downtown” is down three places, #4 - #7
Thompson Square with “If I Didn’t Have You” is up one,  #9 - #8
Kenny Chesney with “Pirate Flag” is up two, #11 - #9
Blake Shelton with former No.1 “Sure Be Cool If You Did” drops, #8 - #10
Jason Aldean with “1994” is down one place, #10 - #11
Luke Bryan with “Crash My Party” is up one slot, #13 - #12
George Strait with “Give It All We Got Tonight” is up one, #14 - #13
The Band Perry with “Done” is down two,  #12 - #14
Hunter Hayes with “I Want Crazy” is up three, #18 - #15
Eric Church with “Like Jesus Does” is down one, #15 - #16
Brad Paisley with “Beat This Summer” is down one notch, #16 - #17
Jake Owen with “Anywhere With You” is up two, #20 - #18
Lee Brice with “I Drive Your Truck” is down two, #17 - #19
Kip Moore with “Hey Pretty Girl” is up four slots, #24 - #20
George Jones with “He Stopped Loving Her Today” re-enters at #21
Chris Young with “I Can Take It From Here” is down three, #19 - #22
Brantley Gilbert with “More Than Miles” is down one, #22 - #23
The Band Perry with former #1 “Better Dig Two” drops, #21 - #24
Carrie Underwood with “Two Black Cadillacs” is down two, #23 - #25

Hot Country Songs
*** No.1 (9 weeks) / Airplay Gainer /  ***  “Cruise”  Florida Georgia Line
** Digital Gainer ** No.2 "Wagon Wheel" Darius Rucker
** Streaming Airplay  ** No.3  “Boys ‘Round Here” Blake Shelton
** Hot Shot Debut **  No.47 “Hey Girl” Billy Currington

Billboard Country Airplay Chart Week of May 11, 2013

Thompson Square claimed their second leader on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart with “If I Didn’t Have You” (Stoney Creek), which gains 1.2 million audience impressions and steps 2-1 in its 28th chart week.
First released on October 29, 2012 the song written by Keifer Thompson, Shawna Thompson, Jason Sellers and Paul Jenkins
Was the first single from their and recently released second album, JUST FEELS GOOD.
The song reached a 40.098 million audience (+1.154); receiving 6,288 plays (+148) in this chart week.
 The husband/wife duo first topped the Nielsen BDS-driven chart with “I Got You,” which peaked in its 36th week on the April 9, 2011, list. In between chart-toppers, the pair took “I Got You” to No. 8 in December 2011 and peaked at No. 15 with “Glass” last summer.
Top local audience contributors for the new No. 1 are WUSN Chicago (1.3 million impressions), WNSH New York (812,000), KKGO Los Angeles (800,00), KKBQ Houston (786,000) and KEEY Minneapolis (698,000).
“If I Didn’t Have You” has sold approximately 570,000 downloads, and peaked at No. 10 on the April 13 Country Digital Songs chart. It’s the lead single from the couple’s second album, Just Feels Good, which opened at No. 4 a month ago on Top Country Albums. Keifer and Shawna Thompson are the reigning Country Music Assn. and Academy of Country Music vocal duo of the year—it’s the second straight year the couple has won the ACM Award.

Tim McGraw with Taylor Swift with “Highway Don't Care" won the “Increased Audience” honours reaching a 27.915 million audience (+3.705) and received 4,412 plays (+511)

Carrie Underwood landed the trophy for “Most Added” reaching a 9.403 million audience (+3.302); gaining 1,791 plays (+626) thanks to 37 new Radio station ADDS for her pop sounding "See You Again".

Brad Paisley celebrates his 30th top 10 on Country Airplay as “Beat This Summer” (Arista Nashville) moved 13-10 in its ninth chart week.
Since his first week inside the top 10 in November 1999, Paisley has earned the third-most top 10s on the chart, outpaced solely by Kenny Chesney (37) and Tim McGraw (31) during that time frame. Paisley ranks ninth among all artists during the 23-year-old Nielsen BDS era, a list dominated by George Strait (61). Other artists ranking in the top 10 on the list: Alan Jackson (second, with 51), McGraw (49), Chesney (45), Toby Keith (42), Brooks & Dunn (41), Reba McEntire (36), Garth Brooks (34) and Clint Black (28).

As the news of George Jones’ death spread across the country on April 26, stations overwhelmingly chose his 1980 signature weeper “He Stopped Loving Her Today” as musical homage to the late Country Music Hall of Fame honoree who died that morning in Nashville at age 81.
BDS tracked 241 plays among all U.S. monitored stations. (The song was only played six times at those same stations on April 25.) As the artist’s death happened on a Friday, the second-most-played track that day (228 plays) was “Finally Friday,” which has been a 5:01 PM Friday afternoon staple at many country stations to signal the end of the work week since it first appeared on Jones’ 1992 album WALLS CAN FALL. (It was never an official, promoted single.) “Friday” was played 158 times the previous Friday (April 19), according to BDS.
Note: If the track were a current title making its chart debut based on that airplay, it would have been the Hot Shot Debut at No. 42 with 1.7 million audience impressions (224 total plays).

Country Airplay
*** No. 1 (1 weeks)*** "If I Didn't Have You" Thompson Square
** Most Increased Audience ** No.7 "Highway Don't Care" Tim McGraw with Taylor Swift 
** Most Added ** No.24 "See You Again" Carrie Underwood
** Hot Shot Debut ** No.43 "It Goes Like This" Thomas Rhett
Debut No.53 "Parking Lot Party" (Curb) Lee Brice
Debut No.57 "Friday Night" (EMI Nashville) Eric Paslay
Debut No.60 "Sunny And 75" (Red Bow) Joe Nichols

Billboard Country Digital Singles Chart Week of May 11, 2013

The Top 6 places remained exactly the same on The Bilboard Country Digital Chart.
Staying at No.1 Florida Georgia Line with “Cruise” sold 136,764 copies up 6% with a new total of 2,991,753 and was the weeks 5th biggest all genre digital seller. 

Darius Rucker’sWagon Wheel,” at No.2, continued to roll along nicely with healthy sales of 99,719, up 10% on the previous week to nudge past 900,000 total sales.
Former No.1 Blake Shelton’sBoys ‘Round Here” is still selling well in its fifth week. He held at No.3 with sales of 99,718, up 10% to go past the 400K mark.

The power of TV showed itself once more as Lady Antebellum’sWanted You More” re-enters the Top 50 appearing on the chart at No.22 after show front-runner Sarah Simmons performed the track on NBC’s “The Voice.” It sold 21,375 copies having sold just 804 copies the week before to reach a new tally of  354,165. Their Billboard Airplay No.1 “Downtown” sold 53,749 copies, down 7% and has sold 684,368 copies in its 12 week chart life.

George JonesHe Stopped Loving Her Today” landed a No.15 slot, one of four Jones singles on the Top 200 chart as fans rushed to buy his albums and signature tracks.
“Loving Her” sold 34,288 copies, up 2926% ,compared to 1,133 the week previous to reach a new tally of 450,112 units. 
Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes” was the weeks No.157 best selling digital track and landed a No.39 slot on the country digital placing with 11,316 sales, up 3,550%, having sold 310 copies the week before the late legend’s death.
Jones sold more songs this past week than he did in all of 2013 up until his death (91,000).

Top 30 Digital Singles In Country Music (May 2, 2013)

 (LW) Last Week  (TW) This Week 
*Numbers are rounded to nearest 1000th

Billboard Boxscores (Selective Country concerts)

Rank Artist: #5
Event Venue City/State:
Shania Twain The Colosseum at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Nev.
Dates: April 2-3, 5-6, 2013  Gross Sales: $1,994,300    Attend: 14,252 / 15,951
Capacity Shows:4 / 0       Sellouts Prices: $250, $150, $125, $55
Promoters: Concerts West/AEG Live/Caesars Entertainment

Rank Artist:#11
Event Venue City/State:
George Strait, Martina McBride The Pit Albuquerque, N.M.
Dates: April 5, 2013     Gross Sales: $1,243,086     Attend: 13,630 / 13,630
Capacity Shows: 1 /1   Sellouts Prices: $89.50, $69.50  
Promoters: The Messina Group/AEG Live

Rank Artist: #22
Event Venue City/State:
Kenny Chesney, Kacey Musgraves Austin360 Amphitheater Austin, TX
Dates: April 5, 2013     Gross Sales: $809,830               Attend: 13,022 / 13,022
Capacity Shows: 1 / 1  Sellouts Prices: $150, $85, $45 
Promoters: COTA Events/The Messina

Rank Artist #26
Event Venue City/State:
Brantley Gilbert, Kip Moore Schottenstein Center Columbus, Ohio
Dates: April 27, 2013     Gross Sales: $296,206          Attend: 10,349 / 10,349
Capacity Shows: 1 / 1     Sellouts Prices:  $37, $24.75 
Promoters: Frank Productions/NS2

Rank Artist: #116
Event Venue City/State:
Holly Williams, The Hems Stubb's Bar-B-Q Austin, Texas
Dates: April 3, 2013       Gross Sales: $1,694   Attend: 129 / 350
Capacity Shows: 1 / 0     Sellouts Prices: $14, $12   Promoters: C3 Presents

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