Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Country Billboard Chart News October 2, 2014

Country Billboard Chart News October 2, 2014

RIAA Certifications

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

Dierks Bentley's single “Drunk On A Plane” (PLATINUM)

In Brief:  Billboard Country Charts

Country Album Chart ** No. 1 (1 week) "The Big Revival” Kenny Chesney
Hot Country Songs ** No.1 (10 weeks) ** “Burnin’ It Down” Jason Aldean
Country Airplay ** No.1 (1 week) ** “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” Cole Swindell  
Country Digital Songs ** No.1 ** (1 week) ** "Tonight Looks Good On You" Jason Aldean

In this easy-to-use format discover where your favourite acts songs and album are charting across the four Billboard Country charts. It is prioritized by the first column showing the Hot Country Songs chart frame standings for the week of October 11, 2014.
There are also separate rows highlighting Women of Country music.

Scroll down for further details on each of the individual charts.







































Billboard Top 200 / Country Album Chart News

Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga's jazzy new duets album, CHEEK TO CHEEK, made a debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart (BB200). It's the second No.1 for Bennett and the third for Gaga. The standards album, released Sept. 23 on Streamline/Interscope/RPM/Columbia Records, sold 130,521 copies in the week ending Sept. 28, according to Nielsen
SoundScan. It also hit No. 1 on both the Jazz Albums and Traditional Jazz Albums charts.
88-year old Bennett is the oldest living act to earn a No.1 album, beating a record he set himself back in 2011. That year, a then 85-year old Bennett scored his first No. 1 album with Duets II (which included a collaboration with Gaga on "The Lady Is a Tramp"). Gaga previously led the list with ARTPOP, less than a year ago, and Born This Way, in 2011.

There was a tight race for No.1 on the Billboard 200, as three albums were vying for the pole position. “Cheek To Cheek” edged out Kenny Chesney's debut by 851 copies as THE BIG REVIVAL (Blue Chair/Columbia) blew in at No.2 (129,670 copies sold).
Last week's No. 1, Barbra Streisand's own duets album, Partners, slipped 1-3 with 127,368 copies sold (down just 35%) This is the first chart week in which three albums have each sold 125K or more copies since the week ending Dec. 22, 2013 when albums by Beyonce, Garth Brooks and One Direction were riding high.

For Chesney, “The Big Revival” is his 12th top 10 effort and followed 2013's No.1 debut LIFE ON A ROCK (152,805 sold in its first week).  On the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, The Big Revival landed at No.1 to mark Chesney's lucky 13th leader.

Kenny Chesney's The Big Revival debuts at #2 (130K). It’s his 12th top 10 album. The album also enters Top Country Albums at #1, displacing Tim McGraw's SUNDOWN HEAVEN TOWN which fell 3-13 on the BB200 (1-2 Country, sales down 68%). It’s Chesney’s 13th #1 on that chart. In Canada he made a debut at #6 selling 4,700 copies.

The coronation lifts Chesney to a tie with Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson for the third-most No.1s since Top Country Albums adopted SoundScan data on the May 25, 1991 chart. George Strait leads with 16 toppers in that span, followed by Tim McGraw (15). Aside from a No.52-peaking “Super Hits” in 2009 and a No.4 peak for 2003’s “All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan”, Chesney has topped the tally with 13 consecutive releases (including two best-of sets and concert recording Live: Live Those Songs Again). His streak started with 2000’s Greatest Hits, which spent its first two weeks at No. 1. He last missed the summit with his fourth charted album, 1999’s “Everywhere We Go”, which debuted and peaked at No.5. His debut, “All I Need to Know”, peaked at No. 39 in 1995. He followed with his first top 10, 1996’s “Me and You” (No. 9), and 1997’s “I Will Stand” (No.10).
With 28.7 million U.S. album sales, Chesney is the seventh-bestselling country albums artist since SoundScan began tracking sales. Garth Brooks leads the genre (and all acts) with 69.6 million, followed by Strait (45.3 million), McGraw (42.2 million), Shania Twain (34.4 million), Reba McEntire (30.3 million) and Toby Keith (30.2 million).

Chesney's last studio album “Life on a Rock” (his 16th) released on April 30, 2013 sold 152,805 copies (86,413 Physical copies + 66,392 Digital albums) in its first week for the chart week of May 18, 2013. Before that he landed No.2 on the BB200 with WELCOME TO THE FISHBOWL, which shifted 193,938 copies (chart week June 27, 2012). That marked Chesney's best sales week since 2007's "JUST WHO I AM: POETS & PIRATES" which started with 387,000 at No.3.

Critical reception for  Kenny Chesney's The Big Revival:
11 Tracks/ Time: 39:49 CD - MP3 - UK iTunes - Smart Choice Music  - Amazon.com 

Billboard (Rating; 3.5 STARS)  ...He began bringing the beach to landlocked flyover states more than 20 years ago, long before today's bros could legally drive a pickup or the Zac Brown Band dipped its toes in the water. He sells a lifestyle that, if not downright hedonistic, celebrates making the most of every moment. Chesney returns to that sentiment again and
again on his 15th studio album, The Big Revival. He's referring to life, not liquor, on "Drink It Up," while "Beer Can Chicken" isn't a recipe -- it's a reminder to embrace the "little things that make life worth living." Chesney bookends The Big Revival with two stories about entertainers preaching their own gospel. The stomping opening title track tells of a mountainside tent meeting led by a Pentecostal minister ("Praise the Lord and pass me a copperhead"). But the Word is much more personal on the album's closer, "If This Bus Could Talk." One of a handful of tracks that Chesney co-wrote, the song chronicles the artist's career on the road. "Twenty years of summers, and I hope it never ends," he sings, looking back on a travelogue of hopes, heartaches and high points. It's an intimate, sentimental love letter to all his fans -- even those who haven't been on the journey since that first night in 1993 when Chesney opened for Patty Loveless.

Rollingstone (Rating; 3.5 STARS) ..Here, he's back on more solid country ground with his strongest collection of songs since 2010's career-defining Hemingway's Whiskey. Whether he's making a religious leap of faith ("The Big Revival") or trying to make the most of his limited days on this lonely planet ("Til It's Gone") or just tailgating before a big college football game ("Flora-Bama"), country's number-one beach bum continuously brings a sense of musical energy and emotional urgency his previous
easygoing albums have sometimes lacked. Even paint-by-numbers moments like "Beer Can Chicken," a catchy echo of the hit "Chicken Fried" by Chesney imitator Zac Brown, are worth bringing out the grill for.

Big & Rich (Big Kenny and John Rich), collected their fifth Top Country Albums top 10, as GRAVITY (B&R/Kobalt) debuts at No.51 on the BB200 and No.8 Country (7,000 sold). They last reached the region with the No.4-peaking HILLBILLY JEDI (Warner Bros. Nashville) which was released on September 18, 2012. It opened at #25on the BB200 selling 16,457 copies.
Read the Press Release - 'Gravity' Set to Explode Its Way onto the Music Scene on Sept 23rd

Critical reception for  Big & Rich’s “Gravity”:
11 Tracks CD - UK iTunes - Amazon.com

Allmusic (Rating; 3.5 STARS)...Arriving a decade after their smash 2004 debut, Horse of a Different Color, Gravity abandons the gonzo party schtick that has been their stock in trade
since the beginning (they return to their roots for "I Came to Git Down," positioned at the end and playing like an afterthought) for soft melodies and smooth surfaces. It's country with adult contemporary aspirations and, old pros that they are, Big & Rich know how to craft this kind of music.... they've never indulged in pop as they do here, churning out song after song of easy, insistent melodies wrapped in glassy surfaces. Two things occasionally puncture the
mood. Sometimes, Rich's politics surface unexpectedly ... They still harmonize like they're smirking at a shared joke, their roughness providing not grit but an irritant in this romantic setting. Nevertheless, this is a minor point: it's possible to hear Gravity through those harmonies and appreciate it as the finely constructed piece of adult contemporary it is.

Texas country outfit the Josh Abbott Band made a debut at No.58 on the BB200 (No.12 Country) with their TUESDAY NIGHT EP (Atlantic Records) selling 5,500 copies. 
The band is composed of Josh Abbott (vocals, guitar), Austin Davis (banjo), Preston Wait (fiddle, guitar), Edward Villanueva (drums), James Hertless (bass guitar) and Caleb Keeter (guitar).
This first major label project was inspired by hard-partying and girl-chasing college years! The whole rhetoric behind this EP — and full album to come next year — is having fun, specifically what it was like in those college years," says Abbott, who formed the group eight years ago as a student at Texas Tech. "'Hangin' Around' is a 2 a.m., 'what are you doin', do you want to come over?' song. 'Where's the Party' kicks you in the teeth at live shows… 'Tuesday Night' makes you want to sit on a patio with a beer and tacos immediately. 'She Don't Break' is a sequel to 'She Will Be Free,' and encourages girls to not let some asshole get the best of them. Finally, 'Blush' is a sweet charmer about the beauty of a girl putting in the effort to get ready for the night. These songs line up with what we do, and that is to show up, entertain, swoon and own that stage."
Source: Read more and listen to the tracks at Rollingstone.com

Lee Ann Womack after a long absence made a debut at No.99 (#18 Country) selling a disappointing 3,400 copies of her highly acclaimed album THE WAY I'M LIVIN' (Sugar Hill). Now on a small Inde label and losing country airplay on the Billboard monitored stations has not helped its cause.
Rollingstone writes: The harsh realities of the ever-changing music business often mean that in spite of an artist's obvious talent, they're forced to trudge through a number of circumstances
beyond their control which conspire to delay the release of new music. Long regarded as one of country music's finest female vocalists, Womack finally returned with her first new album since 2008's Grammy-nominated “Call Me Crazy”. Produced by Womack's husband, Frank Liddell, famed for his work with Miranda Lambert, among others, the new album marks Womack's debut on Sugar Hill Records.
 "I wanted songs that talked about how life really is, the raw spots, the tough places, the meltdowns and messy parts," says the singer. "Hard, sad, rough… all the stuff people pretend doesn’t exist! Because once you embrace that, you can figure out what to do... or not do."

In 2005, she released her fifth studio album THERE'S MORE WHERE THAT CAME FROM which many people in the music industry called the album, "a return to tradition," winning the Country Music Association's "Album of the Year" award in 2005.
Her previous sixth studio album CALL ME CRAZY released Oct 21, 2008  via MCA Nashville Records made a Country debut at #4 (#23 BB200) selling 16,915 copies on the chart week Nov 8, 2008 and then 7,802 in its second.
Lee Ann left her longtime label, Universal Music Group (UMG), after more than 14 years with the record company’s MCA imprint. The songstress, who has scored more than 20 Top 40 singles and sold over five million albums in the last 14 years, maintained she was optimistic about her future - “[I'm] so appreciative to the wonderful MCA staff for giving me their all from my first days at Decca, through ‘I Hope You Dance,’ the awards for ‘I May Hate Myself in the Morning’ and There’s More Where That Came From,” said the angelic-voiced singer (quote via Country Weekly).

Critical reception for Lee Ann Womack’s The Way I'm Livin':
13 Tracks/ Time: 46:10 CD - MP3 - UK iTunes - Smart Choice Music  [16 tracks, Walmart US Exclusive Deluxe, £17.99] Amazon.com  Vinyl / Autographed Poster - Sugar Hill Records Store Packaging Image CD & Vinyl

The Telegraph (Rating: 4 Stars) ....And what terrific singing it is, too. Listen to the way she brings out the pain and uncertainty in classy compositions such as the biting Chances Are (Hayes Carll) and Neil Young's aching song of despair, Out on the Weekend. The 48-year-old from Jacksonville, Texas, also covers songs by Mindy Smith, Chris Knight, Buddy Miller, Mando Saenz and Grammy Country Song of the Year nominee Adam Wright. She also records two songs by Bruce Robison, including an excellent version of Nightwind. It's great to have Lee Ann Womack back with such a sad and lovely album, which has an eye-catching cover.

Billboard track-by-track review (Rating: 4 STARS)  ..The answer is a very definitive one, as the Texas native reclaims her spot as one of country's most expressive and distinctive vocalists.

Billboard by Chuck Dauphin ...It’s hard to believe, but it has been six years since Womack has been represented with a new album. And, to be honest, it’s a totally different world than it was
in 2008 when she released Call Me Crazy. That’s not a praise or an indictment, just a simple stating of the facts. However, be that as it might be, when you hear the stunning prelude to the album, “Fly,” it sounds as sweet and as welcome as an old friend. She sounds as gorgeous yet vulnerable as she ever has. It is a definite return to form....And, it gets only better from there. “All His Saints” offers a blistering vocal approach to a track with spiritual overtones – something that should be familiar to Womack fans through songs like “Get Up In Jesus’ Name” and “Stubborn.”......With all the changes in the Country Music landscape, mainstream radio might be a little tough to pick up here. And….that is an indictment. After all, when you hear something as real, as raw, as passionate as the tender and yearning “Nightwind,” you just might tend to get a little mad that it can’t all be like this. But, if it were, things would be a little bit boring – and my time would be a lot more limited – because writing 800 word reviews takes a lot of time. But, in this case, every word is warranted – and deserved. Welcome back, Lee Ann Womack. But don’t make it six years again. Like a fine wine, this spoils us a little too much!

2014 Country Album sales Year-To Date:
21,869,000 (Physical sales 14,525,000 (down 9%) + Digital sales 7,343,296 (down -14.9%)) which is 22.0% down at the same point in 2013 (28,035,000 sales)

Billboard Top 200 / Country Album Placings
(Issue dated Chart week of October 11, 2014)
(Country Album positions #1 - #25)
(TW) This Week, (LW) Last Week, Co (Country Album Chart placing / Movement)
































Billboard Catalog Albums Chart (week of October 11, 2014)


This Week, Last Week, 2 Weeks Ago, Title, Artist (Total Weeks on Catalog)
#1 1 - The Ultimate Hits, Garth Brooks (59)
#2 2 5 The Legend Of Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash (109)
#4 3 8 Red River Blue, Blake Shelton (61)

Garth Brooks fell back to #42 on the Billboard 200 (8,000 sales) with the re-issued Garth Brooks' 2007 hits collection but retained the #1 position by a long way over Johnny Cash's "The Legend Of Johnny Cash" which spent its 50th straight week on the Billboard 200. It's been off the Catalog chart  for only one week since December 29, 2012.


Top 25 Hot Country Songs (week of October 11, 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:

Jason Aldean lead the Hot Country Songs for a 10th week with “Burnin’ It Down” (Broken Bow). The song is just the 15th No. 1 to reign for a double-digit weeks count since the chart was designed as a multimetric ranking in 1958. (It’s the fourth such leader since Hot Country Songs adopted its present sales/airplay/streaming-based methodology in October 2012.) The last song to spend more weeks at #1 was Luke Bryan's “That's My Kind Of Night,” which spent 12 weeks on top last year.
Aldean also landed the chart’s Hot Shot Debut at No. 8 with “Tonight Looks Good on You,” which arrived as his fifth No.1 on Country Digital Songs (90,000). It’s the fifth charted preview track (including “Burnin’ ”) to hit Hot Country Songs from his Oct. 7 album OLD BOOTS, NEW DIRT.
On The Billboard Hot 100 “Burnin’”rebounded from #21 to #19 in its 10th week. The song has climbed as high as #12. Aldean also had the week's second-highest new entry on the Hot 100, with a debut at #53.

Top 25 Hot Country Songs:

Jason Aldean with “Burnin’ It Down” stays Top the chart! 
Florida Georgia Line with former #1“Dirt” holds at #2
Kenny Chesney with “American Kids” holds at #3
Sam Hunt with “Leave The Night On” was a non-mover at #4
Luke Bryan with “Roller Coaster” was stationary at #5
Blake Shelton with “Neon Light” is up two slots, #8 - #6 p
Cole Swindell with “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” stays at #7
Jason Aldean with “Tonight Looks Good On You” debuts at #8 NEW
Chase Rice with “Ready Set Roll” climbs two, #12 - #10 p
Dustin Lynch with “Where It’s At” (Yep, Yep) drops four, #6 - #10 q
Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood’s former #1 “Somethin’ Bad” holds #11
Lady Antebellum with “Bartender” falls three #9 - #12 q
Frankie Ballard with “Sunshine & Whiskey” lifts one, #14 - #13 p
Maddie & Tae with “Girl In A Country Song” is up one, #15 - #14 p
Keith Urban with “Somewhere In My Car” climbs four, #19 - #15 p
Brantley Gilbert with “Small Town Throwdown” is up one, #17 - #16 p
Dierks Bentley with “Drunk On A Plane” falls four, #13 - #17 q
Little Big Town with “Day Drinking” stays at #18
Florida Georgia Line with “Anything Goes” debuts at #19 NEW
Tim McGraw feat Faith Hill with “Meanwhile Back At Mama’s” falls, #16 - #20 q
Big & Rich with “Look At You” sticks at #21
Scotty McCreery with “Feelin’ it” is up two, #24 - #22 p
Parmalee with “Close Your Eyes” is down one, #22 - #23 q
Brad Paisley with “Perfect Storm” climbs three, #27 - #24 p
Tim McGraw with “Shotgun Rider” holds at #25

Hot County Songs
** No.1 (10 weeks) ** “Burnin’ It Down” Jason Aldean
** Digital Gainer ** No.2 “Dirt” Florida Georgia Line
** Hot Shot Debut ** No.8 “Tonight Looks Good On You” Jason Aldean
** Streaming Gainer ** No.15 “Somewhere In My Car” Keith Urban
** Airplay Gainer ** No.25 “Shotgun Rider” Tim McGraw
Debut No.19 “Anything Goes” Florida Georgia Line
Debut No.35 “Sangria” Blake Shelton
Debut No.44 “Buzzin'” Blake Shelton featuring RaeLynn
Debut No.48 “Something InThe Water” Carrie Underwood


Billboard Country Airplay Chart Week of October 11, 2014

Cole Swindell celebrated his first No.1 as “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” (Warner Bros./WMN) rose 2-1 in its 30th chart week. The song logged 50.609 million audience impressions (+1.644 million) and received 7,995 radio plays (+412). 
The song written by Cole Swindell, Brian Kelley, Tyler Hubbard and Michael Carter was first released on March 24, 2014 as the second single from Swindell's self-titled debut album (No.3 Billboard 200 & No.2 Country entry dated March 8 with 63,247 copies sold). The start for Swindell also scored the highest debut for a new country male artist since Scotty McCreery bowed at No.1 with his first album, Clear as Day, in 2011
Bronwood, Georgia native Cole reached No.2 with his breakthrough single and first entry on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart, “Chillin’ It,” in March.
Swindell’s maiden coronation with a 3% gain to 50.6 million made chart history in the week ending Sept.28, “Hope” posted the biggest weekly audience sum since the chart switched from ranking total plays to audience impressions in January 2005. The figure tops that of the previous week’s leader, Dustin Lynch’s “Where It’s At (Yep, Yep)” (Broken Bow), which rewrote its own mark with 50.3 million. “Where” dropped 1-5 after two weeks at No.1 with an 18% dip to 41.5 million in audience. Top local audience contributors to Swindell’s record-breaking frame: WUSN Chicago (1.6 million impressions), KKBQ Houston (1.4 million), WNSH New York (1.3 million), WUBL Atlanta (1.2 million) and KPLX Dallas (992,000).












  • Blake Shelton freshened the Country Airplay top 10 as “Neon Light” leapt 12-8 in just its sixth week, tying for the fastest climb to the top tier of his 13-year chart career and the speediest ascent by any act this year. Shelton first roared to the top 10 in six weeks with “Honey Bee,” which went on to a four-week reign in 2011, and repeated the feat with “Boys ’Round Here” (featuring Pistol Annies & Friends), which led for a week in 2013. Among all artists in 2014, the four fastest flights to the top 10 have made their arrivals in the region since August: Shelton’s rise follows six-week jaunts by Kenny Chesney’s “American Kids” (Blue Chair/Columbia Nashville) on Aug. 9, Florida Georgia Line’s “Dirt” (Republic Nashville) on Aug. 30 and Jason Aldean’s “Burnin’ It Down” (Broken Bow) on Sept. 13. “Light” introduces Shelton’s ninth studio set, Bringing Back the Sunshine (Sept. 30).
  • Tim McGraw with “Shotgun Rider” moved 31-24 in his 4th chart frame and snagged both Most Increased Audience and Most Added stripes logging 11.508 million audience impressions, a gain of +4.135 million and received 1,819 radio plays (+640) thanks to 37 fresh radio commitments (ADDS)
  • Kenny Chesney with "Til It’s Gone” landed the week’s Hot Shot Debut honours with his No.40 first week bow
Women of Country 2014 Watch:
There were no solo female artists on the Top 30 Country Airplay songs Miranda Lamberts’ duet with Carrie Underwood Somethin’ Bad” rose 11-10. “Girl In A Country Song” by Maddie & Tae climbed one 17-16
RaeLynn #36, Jana Kramer #39, Lindsay Ell #52, Trisha Yearwood #53, Lucy Hale #55 and Kelleigh Bannen at No.59 were the six solo females in the remaining 31-60 slots, to make it just 10.0% of the entire Top 60 chart.

Country Airplay
Country Airplay
*** No. 1 (1 week) *** "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” Cole Swindell
** Most Increased Audience/ Most Added ** No.24 “Shotgun Rider” Tim McGraw
** Hot Shot Debut ** No.40 "Til It’s Gone Kenny Chesney
Debut No.58 "When I’ve Been Drinkin’” John Pardi
Debut No.60 “Broken Windshield View” Chris Lane


Billboard Country Digital Singles Chart Week of October 11, 2014

  • Jason Aldean's new track "Tonight Looks Good On You" made a bow at No1 with 90,000 downloads sold replacing his own 9 week #1 “Burnin’ It Down’” (stationary sales) which moved 1-2 (77,000 sold, 10-week total 970,000) . Over on the all genre Digital Songs chart “Tonight” made a debut at No.6  4 slots behind Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" which fell 1-2 with 224,000 (down 24%) she also held at #2 for the fourth week in its sixth week on the Hot 100. The song topped the 2 million mark in digital sales this week.
  • The week’s chart shows a sprinkling of presale/ preview iTunes downloads from Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line (FGL) and Blake Shelton with Jason holding down four of the Top 10 slots, FGL (3) and Shelton (2) who shifted 23,000 copies of latest track “Sangria” after one week of iTunes pre-sales to land at No.9
  • Dierks Bentley's 22-week “Drunk On A Plane” (18-23) sold another 16,000 copies to top the 1 million mark in digital sales and land a PLATINUM selling single this week, the song reached #27 on the Hot 100.
Women Of Country Watch
There were no solo female artists on the Top 30 placings. On the Top 50 the lone female was RaeLynn with “God Made Girls” which fell 40-42

Dropping off the Top 30:

27-32 Brantley Gilbert feat Justin Moore - “Small Town Throwdown” 
26-33 Sam Hunt - “Break Up In A Small Town”  
13-34 Blake Shelton f. Ashley Monroe - “Lonely Tonight” 
30-36 Brett Eldredge - “Mean To Me” 
29-43 Eric Church - “Cold One” 

Top 30 Digital Singles in Country Music (published October 2, 2014)
 (LW) Last Week (TW) This Week
*Numbers are rounded to nearest 1000th

































Mediabase / Country Aircheck Chart

Cole Swindell moved 2-1 to land the No1 on Mediabase with “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” (Warner Bros./ WMN). The song logged 8,074 radio spins (+400) and 57.822 million audience impressions (+2.754 million) from 149 tracking stations for the tracking week September 21 to September 27, 2014 and published chart September 29th.
Congratulations to Warner Music Nashville (WMN) SVP/Promotion Kevin Herring, VP/Promotion Kristen Williams, Dir./National Katie Bright and the entire WMN promotion staff for scoring the week’s #1 single on the MEDIABASE Country singles charts with Cole Swindell’s "Hope You Get Lonely Tonight." The single is Swindell's second consecutive #1 MEDIABASE song, and also the second release from his self-titled debut album. Sweet treats were due to be delivered to the WMN office (Sept 29) to congratulate the staff on their success.














Congratulations to Arista Nashville VP/Promotion Lesly Simon, Dir./National Promotion John Sigler, Dir./National Promotion Jeri Cooper, Dir./National Promotion Andy Elliott, and the entire Arista Promo team for earning 57 MEDIABASE Country adds on Carrie Underwood's "Something In The Water." Those adds give Carrie the "Most Added" title for the week.
Bagels were due to be delivered to the Arista Nashville office (Sept 30) to congratulate the staff on their success.

For a detailed report check out Country Aircheck Weekly Issue 416 - September 29, 2014 [PDF File]
For the very latest up to the minute Mediabase Chart (Past 7 Days) go here - www.mediabase.com

Billboard Boxscores 
(Selective Country concerts, published Chart Week of Oct 11, 2014)

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