Sunday, 4 May 2014

Country Billboard Chart News May 1, 2014

Country Billboard Chart News May 1, 2014

RIAA Certifications

Platinum = Sales of over 1-million units
Gold = Sales of over 500,000 units

DAN + SHAY's single "19 You + Me" (GOLD)
Dierks Bentley’s single "I Hold On" (GOLD)  
In Brief:  Billboard Country Charts

Country Album Chart ** No. 1 (10 cumulative weeks) Crash My Party Luke Bryan
Hot Country Songs ** No.1 (3 weeks) ** “Play It Again” Luke Bryan
Country Airplay ** No. 1 (1 week) ** “Bottoms Up" Brantley Gilbert
Country Digital Songs ** No.1 (4 weeks) ** Play It Again” Luke Bryan

Billboard Top 200 / Country Album Chart News

Disney's soundtrack to "Frozen" continued to chill for a 12th week at No.1 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart (BB200), selling 114,943 copies (down 56% on previous week 258,807 sales) in the week ending April 27, according to Nielsen SoundScan. "Frozen" is just the eighth album to have spent at least 12 weeks at No. 1 since SoundScan started tracking sales in 1991.
With album sales declining, saw an album making the top 10 on BB200 this week after selling a little less than 14,000 copies. That's a new low in the Nielsen SoundScan era for the numbers to secure the top 10. Bethel Music's "You Make Me Brave (Live)," which was recorded live at the Bethel Women's Conference sold 13,809 copies to debut at #10. The previous low was set in January 2012 when Nickelback's "Here And Now" ranked in the top 10 after selling a little less than 17K.

Easter Holiday retail helped to boost sales last week but this chart week the album sales dropped off.
Luke Bryan continued his dominant streak on Billboard Top Country Albums, as CRASH MY PARTY (Capitol Nashville/Universal Music Group Nashville) spent a 10th cumulative week at the summit with 18,000 sold (and 1.8 million in total sales in 38 weeks). On the BB200 "Party" slid down one rung to 6-7.

In her third chart week Martina McBride with EVERLASTING sold 4,000 (50% down on previous week) after a #7 BB200 and #1 Country debut opening with 20,880 sales.
Last weeks chart debuts are fell down the Country Album rankings:
The stunning Jessie James Decker with “Comin Home” (EP) moved 5-11 (28-94 BB200), The Secret Sisters “Put Your Needle Down” (Beladroit/ Republic) fell 18-29 (1-5 Heatseekers Albums), Ray Price’s Beauty Is...: The Final Sessions (AmeriMonte) slipped 22-42, Rodney Crowell’s “Tarpaper Sky” (New West) dropped 25-44 and the Randy Rogers Band with “Homemade Tamales: Live At Floore's” (Thirty Tigers) nosedived 11-50.

Five cast albums from ABC’s Nashville sprinkled Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart, led by NASHVILLE: On the Record (ABC Studios/Lions Gate/Big Machine/Big Machine Label Group), which made a bow as the Hot Shot Debut at No.2 Country (No.8 BB200) with 17,790 copies sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Songs from the live set were featured in a special episode of the series on April 23, on the ABC Television Network, in which cast members were shown performing at iconic Nashville venues the Bluebird Cafe and Ryman Auditorium. The cast members performed acoustic performances which took an intimate look at the song writing process with the songwriters themselves, talking candidly about how this music found its way to the show and what it means to the actors and songwriters.
Among the songwriters appearing on the special were Trent Dabbs and Caitlyn Smith, who co-wrote the anthem, “Don’t Put Dirt on My Grave Just Yet,” which Hayden Panettiere and Jonathan Jackson’s characters have performed, as well as Striking Matches (duo Sarah Zimmerman and Justin Davis) who’ve co-written “I Ain’t Leaving Without Your Love” with Cary Barlowe, performed by Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio and Chaley Rose on the TV show. Also slated to appear were notable songwriter Ashley Monroe, solo artist and member of the Pistol Annies, who co-wrote “A Life that’s Good” with Sarah Siskind, which has been performed by Lennon and Maisy Stella and Charles Esten on the series. (See Press Release) 
The album is available on US iTunes -

While "Nashville" has spawned three earlier soundtrack albums, none have reached the top 10 on the Billboard 200. The highest-charting "Nashville"-related album, until this week, had been "Nashville: Season 1 Volume 2," which hit No.13 on May 25, 2013.

That prime-time airing and new album release spurred interest and sales boosts for Nashville: Season 2: Volume 1 (first released Dec 10, 2013; #34 BB200 and #6 Country debut; 17,621 sales) which moved 50-15 Country, sales of 3,000 copies (up 174%) .
It also prompted a re-entry at Nos. 25 (Nashville: Season 1: Volume 2; first released May 7, 2013; #13 BB200 and #5 Country debut; sales 27,199; total sales 70,567 in 37 chart weeks) and #41 (Nashville: Season 1: Volume 1; first released December 11, 2012; #4 Country debut; sales 55,896; total sales 326,779 end of March 2014).

Finally there was a debut for Nashville: The Nashville Cast (feat.Clare Bowen as Scarlett O’Connor) at #43 Country. Concurrently, Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart sports three Nashville tracks, led by Bowen’s No. 29 re-entry with >> “Black Roses” (and titles at Nos. 40 and 46). Bowen’s song re-enters Billboard’s Country Digital Songs at No.12 with 29,000 sold, a new best weekly sum. A multi-city Nashville cast tour kicked off April 25 in Chicago.
Related Post: 'Nashville: On the Record' special pays its dues to the songwriters behind the hit songs.

A fourth Volume of music from ABC's Nashville is on its way, according to Big Machine Records, which revealed the new collection’s track list (April 25). An 11-track standard version of The Music of Nashville: Season 2, Volume 2 will be released to all digital retailers Tuesday, May 6, while a 21-track deluxe version will be available exclusively at Target. See track list for the Target version at Country Weekly – Preorder at US iTunes

Taylor Swift’s impressive run on the Billboard 200 has come to a halt after 7.5 years (with at least one album on the chart) as RED fell off the chart and it has now disappeared from Billboard Country Album listings as it has become a Billboard Catalog album see below. 
Rachele Lynae who released her self titled debut album on April 22nd does not appear on the Top 50 Billboard Country albums or Heatseeker charts.

2014 Country Album sales Year-To Date:
9,772,000 (Physical sales 6,401,000 (down 9%) + Digital sales 3,372,000 (down 14.9%)) which is 21.9% down at the same point in 2013 (12,512,000 sales)

Billboard Top 200 / Country Album Placings

(Issue dated Chart week of May 10, 2014)
(Country Album positions #1 - #25)

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

Billboard Top Catalog Album Chart (Country interest)
(Issue dated Chart week of May 10, 2014)

TW, LW, Weeks on chart, Album, Artist
1  3  87  The Legend Of Johnny Cash  -  Johnny Cash 
4  RE 116  The Foundation  -  Zac Brown Band 
17  19  17  Halfway To Heaven  -  Brantley Gilbert 
19  17  23  Chief  -  Eric Church  
20  21  76  Loaded: The Best Of Blake Shelton  -  Blake Shelton 
24  29  23  Tailgates & Tanlines  -  Luke Bryan  
25  23  7  Hunter Hayes  -  Hunter Hayes 
37  42  70  You Get What You Give  -  Zac Brown Band
43  Re-Entry  110  Super Hits  -  Willie Nelson 
45  New  1  Red  -  Taylor Swift 

Back In Black: Johnny Cash's "The Legend Of Johnny Cash" returned to the top spot on the Catalog chart which it first gained on June 22 of 2013. Cash's "16 Biggest Hits" was #1 for 26 weeks on the Catalog chart in 2003, after his death, and in 2006, when Cash's popularity spiked due in large part to the movie "Walk The Line". "The Legend Of Johnny Cash" proved that the market for Cash's music remained strong; it spent 78 weeks on the Billboard 200, with a surprising 31 weeks in the top 40 and a peak position of #5. This week marks its first return to the top 40 sellers since 2006, as it rose 58-38 on the BB200 in its 163rd chart week

New On The Charts: This week's only debut, Taylor Swift's RED made the transition to Catalog status this week in the same week that it fell off the Billboard 200 for the first time since its late 2012 release. 
It had a 78-week run on the BB200, but Swift's other albums (with the exception of a Christmas EP) all spent more time on the Billboard 200 and were moved to Catalog when they slipped below #100 on the Billboard 200.

Consequently, they all had much higher initial entries on the Catalog chart. "Taylor Swift" entered at #7 in 2010, "Fearless" at #8 in 2011, and "Speak Now" at #11 in 2012. These albums eventually all made it to the top three on the Catalog chart. "Red" has some work cut out for it to match those marks, as it entered at lowly #45. It's also only the second appearance on the chart for Taylor during 2014.
Note: Billboard magazine ranks the best selling catalog titles, regardless of genre and defines a catalog title as one that is more than 18-months old and that has fallen below position 100 on the Billboard 200. Albums which meet this criteria are removed from the Billboard Current Albums rankings and begin a new chart runs on Top Pop Catalog Albums.
RED reached #1 on the iTunes sales charts in 42 countries, and reached #1 on the national sales charts in the UK (61,779 copies sold), Canada, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Malaysia, Ireland, Argentina, New Zealand, Ireland, and Australia, among others totalling an estimated 1.46-million worldwide copies in its debut week .

Although Taylor Swift's nominated RED didn't win at the Grammys or the Country Music Assn. Awards for the chart week March 1, 2014 the album accomplished something that made up for those slights: It topped the 4 million mark in U.S. sales. By the chart week dated May 3, 2014 it had amassed 4,027,000 copies selling 2,800 units (up 25% on the previous week with Easter sales) .
All four of Swift's studio albums have reached that threshold. As of the beginning of March 2014 Swift's eponymous debut album had sold 5,419,000 copies since its release in 2006. "Fearless" had sold 6,818,000 copies since its release in 2008 (6,825,693 copies by April 12, 2014). "Speak Now" had sold 4,405,000 since its release in 2010. Swift is just the third artist to top the 4-million mark with his or her first four studio albums since Nielsen SoundScan began

Catalog Chart History - Taylor Swift:
1. The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection (44 weeks, Peak #1, Years on chart 2008-13) (BB200: 4 weeks, Peak #46, Debut year 2007)
2. TAYLOR SWIFT (115 weeks, Peak #3, Years on chart 2010-2014) (Released Oct 24, 2006; BB200: 176 weeks, Peak #5 after a #19 debut, Debut year 2006; first week sales [chart Nov 11, 2006] 39,062 copies). Note: In the UK it sold only 38 copies the week of its release date, and peaked 94 weeks later at #81(12/09/2009) and has spent 3 weeks on the Official UK Album Chart.
3. FEARLESS (108 weeks, Peak #3, Years on chart 2011-13) (Released Nov 11, 2008; BB200: 116 weeks, Peak #1, Debut year 2008; first week sales [chart Nov 29, 2008] 592,304 copies (129,000 copies were digital) )
4. SPEAK NOW (44 weeks, Peak #2, Years on chart 2012-13) (Released Oct 25, 2010; BB200: 81 weeks, Peak #1, Debut year 2010; first week sales [chart Nov 13, 2010] 1,046,718 copies)
5. RED (1 week, Peak #45, Years on chart 2014) (Released Oct 22, 2012; BB200: 78 weeks, Peak #1, Debut year 2012; first week sales [chart Oct 31, 2012] 1,208,290 copies) Worldwide sales for RED at the end of 2013 were 5,707,000.

Top 25 Hot Country Songs (week of May 10, 2014)

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:

  • Luke Bryan collected a third straight week at No.1 on with “Play It Again” (Capitol Nashville), and held onto Streaming Gainer stripes for a third consecutive week (1.7 million U.S. streams, up 13%). The track spends a fourth straight week atop Country Digital Songs, with 96,000 downloads sold (down 8%) during the tracking week.
  • Brett Eldredge claimed his second top 10 on Hot Country Songs, as “Beat of the Music” (Atlantic/Warner Music Nashville) stepped 11-10. He scored his first top 10 when “Don’t Ya” peaked at No.5 last summer. With 25,000 sold during the tracking week (and 321,000 sold to date), “Beat” logged a second straight and third cumulative week at its No.14 peak ranking on Country Digital Songs.
  • The late Kevin Sharp entered the Country Streaming Songs chart at No. 25 with “Nobody Knows” (481,000, up 81%) following his death on April 19 at age 43. His cover of the 1996 Tony Rich Project song spent four weeks at No. 1 on the Country Airplay tally in January/February 1997.
Top 25 Hot Country Songs:

Luke Bryan with “Play It Again” stays at the Top of the Chart #1
Florida Georgia Line feat Luke Bryan with former #1 “This Is How Me Roll” holds at #2
Brantley Gilbert with former No1 “Bottoms Up” stays at #3
Eric Church with “Give Me Back My Hometown” is up one, #5 - #4 p
Thomas Rhett with “Get Me Some Of That” is down one, #6 - #5 q
Jerrod Niemann with “Drink To That All Night” drops two, #4 - #6 q
Keith Urban with “Cop Car” parks at #7
Rascal Flatts with “Rewind” stays at #8
Miranda Lambert with “Automatic” holds at #9
Brett Eldredge with “Beat Of The Music” is up one, #11 - #10 p
Jake Owen  with “Beachin’” is up two, #13 - #11 p
Justin Moore with “Lettin’ The Night Roll” is up two, #14 - #12 p
Blake Shelton with “Doin’ What She Likes” falls one, #12 - #13 q
Tyler Farr with “Whiskey In My Water” is up 1 slot, #15 - #14 p
Lee Brice with “I Don’t Dance” moves up two, #17 - #15 p
Hunter Hayes with “Invisible” holds at #16
Chris Young with “Who I Am With You” jumps up five, #22 - #17 p
Billy Currington with “We Are Tonight” clims six, #24 - #18 p
Luke Bryan with former No.1 “Drink A Beer” is down one, #18 - #19 q
Joe Nichols with “Yeah” climbs three, #23 - #20 p
Craig Morgan with “Wake Up Lovin’ You” stays at #21
Craig Campbell with “Keep Them Kisses Comin’” is up three, #25 - #22 p
Sara Evans with “Slow Me Down” is down three, #20 - #23 q
The Band Perry with “Chainsaw” is up two, #26- #24 p
Dustin Lynch with “Where It’s At” falls six, #19 - #25 q

Hot County Songs
** No.1 (3 weeks) / Streaming Gainer ** “Play It Again” Luke Bryan
** Airplay Gainer ** No.9 “Automatic” Miranda Lambert
** Digital Gainer ** No.15 “I Don’t Dance” Lee Brice
** Hot Shot Debut ** No.34 “You Think You Know Somebody” Hunter Hayes
Debut No.38 “Stay” Kristen Merlin
Debut No.42 “Anymore” Jake Worthington
Debut No.48 “Drunk On A Plane” Dierks Bentley

Billboard Country Airplay Chart Week of May 10, 2014

Brantley Gilbert returned to the Billboard Country Airplay chart summit for a third time and makes his fastest flight to the top, as “Bottoms Up” (Valory), released December 17, 2013, stepped 2-1 in its 19th chart week. It logged 46.113 million audience impressions (+1.699 million) and received 7,192 radio plays (+25) 
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He most recently topped the chart with “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do,” which reigned in its 32nd chart week two years ago (July 21, 2012). He first led with “Country Must Be Country Wide,” which crowned the Dec. 3, 2011 Country Airplay scorecard in its 33rd week.
Brantley Gilbert, back with a bang, said once he finished writing "Bottoms Up" with his co-writer Justin Weaver he it should be the lead single from his upcoming album, JUST AS I AM, due May 19. He told ABC News Radio, "It got stuck in my head. You know, everybody we played it for, it kinda stuck to their eardrum. When you get those, you just count your blessings."
Thankfully, Brantley's fans confirmed his hunch about "Bottoms Up" and downloaded the song and video in droves.  He feels such a connection to them, Brantley even considers his fans to be his friends.
Top local audience contributors for “Bottoms Up” during the Nielsen BDS tracking week were: KKBQ Houston (1.5 million impressions), KKGO Los Angeles (1.4 million) and WNSH New York (862,000)
Gilbert’s new No. 1 has been commercially vigorous since its release last December, selling 982,000 downloads through the Nielsen SoundScan tracking week ending April 20. It has spent six cumulative weeks atop Billboard’s Country Digital Songs tally, scoring its biggest weekly sum with 67,000 downloads on the March 22 chart. It has already spent two weeks atop the sales/airplay/streaming hybrid Hot Country Songs survey (March 15 and March 22) and nine cumulative weeks at No. 1 on Country Streaming Songs. The track previews Gilbert’s third album,

  • Keith Urban increased his lead as the artist with the most consecutive top 10 singles on Country Airplay as “Cop Car” (Hit Red/Capitol Nashville) shifted 11-10 to become his 31st title to reach the chart’s upper region. Each of those were achieved consecutively since “Your Everything” became his first top 10 on the Aug. 12, 2000 chart. Urban’s 31 top 10s include 16 No. 1 songs, a feat most recently achieved with “We Were Us” (with Miranda Lambert) in December. With 18 consecutive top 10s, Carrie Underwood boasts the second-longest active top 10 streak (2006-13).
  • Brad Paisley with "River Bank" (Arista Nashville) No.20, bagged the weeks “Most Increased Audience” honours logging 14.023 million audience impressions, a gain of +3.665 million and received 2,258 radio plays (+621) 
  • Blake Shelton feat.Gwen Sebastian with “My Eyes” at No.23 took home the weeks “Most Added” trophy as the song logged 11.265 million audience impressions (+3.046 million) and received 1,743 radio plays (+562)  thanks to 25 fresh radio commitments (ADDS)
  • Zac Brown Band snagged the “Hot Shot Debut" at No.53 with “All Alright” (Southern Ground), the lead radio single from The Grohl Sessions, Vol. 1, a four-song EP released in December. The four songs were produced by Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, and “Alright” was co-written by Eric Church. The track opens with airplay at 28 of the 145 stations monitored by BDS for the chart.
Women of Country 2014 Watch:
Miranda Lambert at No.9 ("Automatic"), Sara Evans at No.18 (“Slow Me Down”) were the only 2 solo female artists in the Top 30 Country Airplay songs. Cassadee Pope #41, Maggie Rose #46, Kacey Musgraves #48, Lucy Hale #50, Kelleigh Bannen #52, Danielle Bradbery #54 and Jamie Lynn Spears #57 were an additional seven females in the remaining 31-60 slots, to make it 15% of the entire Top 60 chart.

Country Airplay
*** No. 1 (1 week) *** “Bottoms Up" Brantley Gilbert
** Most Increased Audience ** No.20 "River Bank" Brad Paisley 
**  Most Added ** No.23 “My Eyes” Blake Shelton feat. Gwen Sebastian  
** Hot Shot Debut ** No. 53 "All Alright" Zac Brown Band
Debut No.54 “Young In America” Danielle Bradbery
Debut No.60 "Dirt Road" Kip Moore

Billboard Country Digital Singles Chart Week of May 10, 2014

  • Luke Bryan’s single “Play It Again” extended its No.1 ride to four weeks, shifting another 96,000 downloads (down 8%; 22-week total of 821,000). It also stands at #8 on the all genre Digital Songs Chart
  • Florida Georgia Line featuring Luke Bryan held at No.2 with “This Is How We Roll” (sales 72,000; down 12%). In 22 chart weeks it has sold now 1,010,000 to pass the PLATINUM 1-million mark. All 5 FGL singles have hit Platinum with single sales heading for 14 million.
  • Brantley Gilbert’sBottoms Up” (Valory) which stayed at #3, sold 58,000 copies in its 19th chart week to reach 1,040,000 and earn PLATINUM eligibility. It’s his first million-seller though "You Don't Know Her Like I Do" (999K) and "Country Must Be Country Wide" (985K) are very close.
  • Gaining GOLD eligibilty were Blake Shelton with “Doin’ What She Likes” and Frankie Ballard’sHelluva Life” who both strode past the ½-million mark.
  • Clare Bowen withBlack Roses” jumped 85 spots to re-enter at #12 thanks to the live Nashville performance to sell 29,000 units (542% more than previous week).
  • Hunter Hayes debuts with “You Think You Know Somebody” which is the final preview track before the album Storyline drops May 6th.
  • The Voice’s Kristen Merlin cover of “Stay” (Republic Records) landed on the Top 30 with a #23 bow and Voice coach Blake Shelton’s latest hit, “My Eyes” jumped 41-27 this week. For the tracks featured vocalist Gwen Sebastian it marked her first Top 40 Country single and digital single to date.
Women Of Country Watch
Only 3 solo female artists on the Top 30 placings:
Miranda Lambert with her new single "Automatic" in its eleventh week at retail sold  down 24% and fell 8-9
Clare Bowen with “Black Roses” entered the chart at No.12
Kristen Merlin with “Stay” debuts at No.23

Dropping off the Top 30:
26-31 Luke Bryan “Drink A Beer”  
28-37 Jason Aldean “When She Says Baby”   
23-39 Tim McGraw “Lookin’ For That Girl”  
30-43 Randy Houser “Goodnight Kiss”  
27-49 Florida Georgia Line Stay  
21-50 Kip Moore Dirt Road  

Top 30 Digital Singles in Country Music (published May 1, 2014)
 (LW) Last Week  (TW) This Week
*Numbers are rounded to nearest 1000th

Country Aircheck/ Mediabase chart

Brantley Gilbert with “Bottoms Up” (Valory Music) moved 2-1 to top the Mediabase Country chart for the tracking week April 20th to the 26th. The song logged 7,352 radio spins (+124) and 60.373 million audience impressions (+1.78 million) from 148 tracking stations.
So it’s congrats to Valory Music’s VP/Promotion George Briner and his entire promo team for grabbing this week’s #1 chart topper. Brantley’s debut single, from his upcoming JUST AS I AM album (out May 20th), “Bottoms Up” is his third career #1 and follows 2011’s chart toppers, “Country Must Be Country Wide” and “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do.”

It was also congrats to to Southern Ground Artists’ Mara Sidweber, Chuck Swaney and the entire promo team for achieving 43 MEDIABASE Country ADDS on Zac Brown Band's "All Alright." Those adds earned the "Most Added" title for this week.
Bagels were due to be delivered to Southern Ground's Big Machine's office (April 29th) to congratulate the staff on their success.

For a detailed report check out Country Aircheck Weekly Issue 394 - April 28, 2014 [PDF File]
For the very latest up to the minute Mediabase Chart (Past 7 Days) go here -

Billboard Boxscores (Selective Country concerts)

Rank Artist: #32
Event Venue City/State: Florida Georgia Line Rexall Place, Edmonton, Alberta
Dates: April 15, 2014  Gross Sales: $515,824   Attend: 11,880 /11,880
Capacity Shows: 1/1 SOLD OUT  Sellouts Prices: $53.76, $35.54
Promoters: Gold & Gold Productions/Live Nation
Rank Artist: #57
Event Venue City/State: Justin Moore, Randy Houser, Josh Thompson Santander Arena, Reading, Pa.
Dates: April 18, 2014 Gross Sales: $156,706  Attend: 4,493 /5,385
Capacity Shows: 1/ 0 (892 unsold tickets)  Sellouts Prices: $49.75, $26.75
Promoters: Police Productions

Rank Artist: #62
Event Venue City/State: Brantley Gilbert, Thomas Rhett, Eric Paslay Stockton Arena, Stockton, Calif.
Dates: April 24, 2014  Gross Sales: $131,922  Attend: 4,264/ 5,000
Capacity Shows:  1/ 0  (736 unsold tickets)  Sellouts Prices: $37, $24.75
Promoters: Frank Productions/NS2/Richter Entertainment Group

Rank Artist: #75
Event Venue City/State: Emmylou Harris, Daniel Lanois Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, Calif.
Dates: April 5, 2014     Gross Sales: $80,288  Attend: 1,545/ 1,824
Capacity Shows: 1/ 0 (279 unsold tickets)   Sellouts Prices: $69.50, $42.50
Promoters: Goldenvoice/AEG Live

Rank Artist: #100
Event Venue City/State: Nickel Creek, The Secret Sisters Johnny Mercer Theatre, Savannah, Ga.
Dates: April 22, 2014  Gross Sales: $45,752  Attend: 1,285/ 2,515
Capacity Shows: 1/ 0: (1,230 unsold tickets) Sellouts Prices: $44.50, $34.50, $27.50
Promoters: AEG Live

Rank Artist: #146
Event Venue City/State: Lydia Loveless High Noon Saloon, Madison, Wis.
Dates: April 23, 2014 Gross Sales: $1,380   Attend: 138/ 400
Capacity Shows:  1/ 0 (262 unsold tickets)  Sellouts Prices: $10
Promoters: Frank Productions/True Endeavors

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