Thursday, 28 July 2016

Country Billboard Chart News July 25, 2016

Country Billboard Chart News July 25, 2016

In Brief: Billboard Country Charts (Chart issue week of August 6, 2016)

Country Album Chart ** No.1 (1 week) ** We’re All Somebody From Somewhere Steven Tyler
Hot Country Songs ** No.1 (12 weeks) ** H.O.L.Y.  Florida Georgia Line
Country Airplay ** No.1 (1 week) ** H.O.L.Y.  Florida Georgia Line
Country Digital Songs ** No.1 (1 week) ** “Vice” Miranda Lambert

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 July 30, 2016.
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 (Chart issue week of August 6, 2016)

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

Drake’s VIEWS remained steady at No.1 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart (BB200) for an 11th non-consecutive week, as the set earned another 88,901 equivalent album units (down 3%) in the week ending July 21, according to Nielsen Music.
Views has now earned the most weeks at No.1 for an album since Taylor Swift’s 1989 spent its 11th and final week atop the list on the chart dated Feb. 21, 2015. The last album to lead for more than 11 weeks was the FROZEN soundtrack (13 weeks, 2014).
As noted previously, Views has the most weeks at No.1 for an album by a solo male artist since Billy Ray Cyrus’ SOME GAVE ALL wrapped a 17-week run at No. 1 on Oct. 30, 1992. Furthermore, in the last 20 years, only eight albums (including Views) have spent 11 or more weeks at No.1.
The bulk of Views’ weekly units are derived from streaming equivalent album units, as the set continued to be hugely popular on streaming services. In the latest tracking week, 64% of the album’s units came from streams (85,510,726). 18% are from track equivalent albums (156,231 song sales), and another 18% came from traditional album sales (16,271). 8 other albums outsold "Views"..
The Billboard 200 utilizes industry benchmarks for digital and streaming data, equating 10 digital track sales from an album to one equivalent album sale, and 1,500 song streams from an album to one equivalent album sale. All of the major on-demand audio subscription services are considered, including Spotify, Beats Music, Google Play and Xbox Music.

85,510,726 steams/ 1500 = 57,007 units
156,231 song sales / 10   = 15,623 units
Traditional album sales    = 16,271 units
VIEWS Total equivalent album units = 88,901

The top-selling album of the week was NeedToBreathe’s HARDLOVE, which made a debut at No.1 on the Top Album Sales chart and at No.2 on the Billboard 200. The set earned 50,000 units, of which 46,021 were in traditional album sales.

Billboard Top Country Albums (Chart issue week of August 6, 2016)

Steven Tyler with his first solo album from WE’RE ALL SOMEBODY FROM SOMEWHERE (Dot/Big Machine Label Group), bounded in at No.1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart (dated Aug. 6), selling 16,771 copies in its first week (ending July 21), according to Nielsen Music. 
On the all-genre, consumption-based Billboard 200, it started at No.19, with 17,964 equivalent album units (Album sales 16,771 + Song Sales 9,901/10 + Streams 305,250/ 1500)

The long-time leader of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Aerosmith co-produced the album, which was recorded in Nashville, and co-wrote 12 of its 15 tracks. The first two singles, “Love Is Your Name” and “Red, White & You,” peaked at Nos. 19 and 29 on Hot Country Songs and Nos.33 and 46 on Country Airplay, respectively. The title track is the newly released third single.

Tyler, who confirmed in a June 21 interview on SiriusXM’s The Howard Stern Show that Aerosmith will embark on a farewell tour in 2017, is currently touring solo. Steven Tyler… Out on a Limb kicked off July 2 at the Venetian Theatre in Las Vegas, and will hit 19 cities.
Tyler followed a trail of artists from other genres (typically rock) that have landed in Nashville, including fellow Rock and Roll Hall of Famers and Big Machine labelmates Cheap Trick. In recent years, Darius Rucker has notably conquered country radio after leading Hootie & The Blowfish to mainstream success. He has earned six No.1s on Country Airplay and four on Top Country Albums.

Critical reception for Steven Tyler’s We’re All Somebody From Somewhere:
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Entertainment Weekly (Rating: 83/100) ...It's a neat surprise that Steven Tyler's swerve into the genre comes off as organic as it does, less like a borrowed costume than a slide into something comfortably worn.

Boston Globe (Rating: 7/10) On paper, the prospect of a country-music album from Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler seems worrisome. A ploy for radio? A pandering gesture toward the only brick-and-mortar establishments that still move units — say, Walmart? Best not to jump to conclusions about “We’re All Somebody From Somewhere,” released July 15 on Big Machine. When Tyler, 68, explains Nashville’s appeal in a press release about the LP, you can’t just dismiss his argument. “Country music is the new rock ’n’ roll,” he claims. “It’s not just about porches, dogs, and kicking your boots up. . . . It’s about being real.”.....For an album that credits five producers — Tyler, seasoned hands T Bone Burnett and Dann Huff, longtime collaborator Marti Frederiksen, and the Cadillac Three’s Jaren Johnston — much of “Somewhere” sounds remarkably consistent, even organic.....A dark recasting of “Janie’s Got a Gun” falls flat, curiously, indicating what made the original vital was its deft balance of gripping topic and glossy vehicle. Tyler sounds like a visitor on the guest-penned “Love Is Your Name,” the album’s anodyne first single, and “I Make My Own Sunshine,” whose banal twinkle is best suited to a TV spot for a budget-travel website. But when he gets his Janis on for an ecstatic “Piece of My Heart” with the Loving Mary Band (now backing Tyler on his solo tour), he demonstrates exactly the “Somewhere” he’s coming from.

Roughstock (Rating: Positive) ..It is easy to be sceptical of Steven Tyler trying a late career move to country music as a solo artist yet with 9 of the 15 tracks co-produced by T-Bone Burnett (Dann Huff, Marti Frederiksen and Jaren Johnston co-produce the other 6 with Tyler), We're All Somebody From Somewhere feels like a modern rootsy, rockin’ record that longtime fans probably hoped Steven Tyler would release. There’s a bit of country sounds to the project yet it’s still very much a Steven Tyler record. Songs like “It Ain’t Easy,” written with Hillary Lindsey, Cary Barlowe and Nathan Barlowe, showcase a sturdy heartfelt approach to songwriting and allows room for Steven Tyler to sing the lonesome lyric with verve and aplomb.,.....Featuring a generous 15 tracks, We're All Somebody From Somewhere, Steven Tyler’s long-gestating solo debut, is pretty much what we would’ve expected from a Steven Tyler album. It’s bluesy, it’s soulful and it showcases his ability to sing strongly. Add in the rootsy elements that the Country/Americana genre allows for and what we have is a really strong effort.

The Observer (Rating: 2/5) Steven Tyler’s solo debut, recorded in Nashville and leaning heavily on radio-friendly country music, is refreshingly distinct from the stadium hard rock he’s been making for almost half a century as Aerosmith’s frontman. It starts very
promisingly: the self-doubt expressed on the stripped-back opener My Own Worst Enemy is genuinely affecting, while Love Is Your Name boasts an irrepressibly upbeat chorus. I Make My Own Sunshine, meanwhile, might resemble a backwoods take on Catatonia’s Road Rage, yet it still possesses a certain charm. But the quality control suffers elsewhere: Only Heaven is teeth-grindingly formulaic AOR, while Red, White & You’s flag-waving lyrics sound like a winning board of US patriotism cliche bingo (“American girls!” “The fourth of July!” “Good ol’ boys!”). And a 68-year-old man calling a song Gypsy Girl in 2016 is wearyingly anachronistic.

The Independent (Rating: 2/5) We’re All Somebody From Somewhere is Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler’s brazen attempt to make inroads into the lucrative country market, a genre in which he’s previously shown little interest, and for which, on this evidence, he displays scant affinity. Despite the production attentions of T-Bone Burnett and others, Tyler just can’t help reverting to type, with song after song opening in low-key, acoustic manner – the chipper mandolin strum of the title-track, the guitar and accordion of opener “My Own Worst Enemy” - before resolving into leaden heavy rock bristling with squally lead guitar. The songs rely on cringeworthy conceits like “Red, White & You” or rote expressions like “Sweet Louisiana”, while the refurbishing of the domestic abuse anthem “Janie’s Got A Gun” just tips it further over into queasy melodrama.
Download: My Own Worst Enemy; We’re All Somebody From Somewhere

David Nail with his fourth studio album FIGHTER (MCA Nashville/ Wrasse Records) made a debut at No.3 Country and selling 12,205 copies and No.26 Billboard 200 with 15,221 units (Album sales 12,205 + Song Sales 19,056 /10 + Streams 1,666,643/ 1500).
Fighter features 11 tracks overall including Nail's current hit single "Night's On Fire" written by Jonathan Singleton and Deric Ruttan. Nail wrote or co-wrote seven songs for Fighter and teamed up with the same producer from his previous successful albums, Frank Liddell, for the project.
David Nail’s last album I’M A FIRE (MCA Nashville/Universal Music Group Nashville), fuelled by his No.1 Country Airplay single "Whatever She's Got", debuted at No.13 on the BB200 (#3 Country) selling 23,434 copies, marking his highest rank and fattest sales week, surpassing his No.50 BB200 (#8 Country) arrival with THE SOUND OF A MILLION DREAMS (Dec. 3, 2011; 13,376 copies)

Critical reception for David Nail’s Fighter:
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Allmusic (Rating: 3.1/2 STARS)..  The very title Fighter suggests David Nail is defiant, a trait it has in common with its 2014 predecessor I'm a Fire. This 2016 album also opens with a bit of fury, as Nail taps into the calamitous stomp of the Lumineers for the opening "Good at Tonight," but that's about as noisy as the record gets, as much of Fighter mines a sentimental vein. Nail is suited for such emotions. Not a forceful singer but also not a featherweight, his easy touch sounds best on ballads, where he never seems to be trading in cheap emotions......his habit of underselling his delivery accentuates the underlying feelings in the songs, turning the record into something quiet and insinuating. Fighter doesn't command attention but if it's given attention, it is seductive, even compelling: a mature, confident record from a singer who sees no reason to grandstand.

Sounds Like Nashville (by CHUCK DAUPHIN)…There are few words that can be used to describe the talent of David Nail. When you hear him on a record – or better yet, see him live – you come away with a deep appreciation for his vocal talent. Simply put, one could make the argument that he’s not one of us. On a ballad, his vocals soar into the stratosphere, and on the up-tempo songs, he takes the ordinary lyric and arrangement, and transfers it into a tour de force....On his fourth album for MCA, the Missouri native continues to develop his craft. There’s a mix of both styles on the album, with “Good At Tonight” and lead-off single “Night’s On Fire” showcasing the groove side of what Nail does so exceedingly well. Seriously, I don’t know if there is any style of music that the singer can’t master. He’s simply that good....perhaps the highlight of the album, he dazzles with the highly underrated Logan Brill on the seductive “Champagne Promise.” Gorgeous and stunning are two words you could use to describe their collaborative effort……and you still wouldn’t be doing it justice.   It might be a little too heavy – or adult – for Country Radio, but it’s a true gem in every sense of the word. So, David Nail has done it again. With Fighter, he delivers another sterling example of why industry insiders consider him to be one of the most effective vocalists in town.

Taste Of Country Critic’s Pick (Rating: Positive): …You won’t find much fluff on David Nail’s Fighter album. In fact, lack of levity is about all a country fan can complain about on the singer’s personal fourth studio album. Brothers Osborne join Nail for “Good at Tonight,” a rocker that represents the best of the uptempo. It’s a waterfall of ballads after that, with lyrics that require focus to full appreciate...“Babies” is the album’s centerpiece. During this song he recounts he and wife Catherine’s struggle to conceive and how his life has changed since becoming a father to twins.....The Vince Gill collaboration (“I Won’t Let You Go”) is equally personal, but more approachable. In some ways, the singer uses his voice like Gill does the guitar. Both are patient, expressive and artistic.
A melodic one-night stand song called “Champagne Promise” is the album’s unicorn — a break before “Old Man’s Symphony,” a ballad written to his father. Key Tracks: “Good at Tonight,” “Home,” “Babies,” “Champagne Promise”

Chris Stapleton with TRAVELLER fell 1-2 Country (#14-17 Billboard 200) in its 64rd frame selling another 13,900 copies (64-week total 1,474,000).
Blake Shelton with IF I’M HONEST (Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville) slipped 2-4 (20-28 Billboard 200) selling 9,385 copies (9-week total 324,600).
Keith Urban with RIPCORD (Hit Red/Capitol Nashville/ Universal Music Group Nashville) held at #5 Country (#50 non-mover BB200; 6,030 sales; 11-week total 214,900)
Various Artists: NOW That’s What I Call Country, Volume 9 (Sony Music/Universal/UMe) dropped 3-6 Country selling 5,400 copies (6-week total 57,300)
Dierks Bentley with BLACK (Capitol Nashville/Universal Music Group [UMG] Nashville), fell 4-7 Country (33-39 BB200) with sales of 5,260 copies (8-week total 154,200)
Thomas Rhett with TANGLED UP held at #8 Country (#30 non mover BB200; 4,600 sales; 43-week total 435,200)
Sam Hunt with MONTEVALLO fell 7-9 Country (#31 non-mover BB200; 4,600 sales; 91-week total 1,182,300)
Luke Bryan with KILL THE LIGHTS (Capitol Nashville | UMGN) rounded out the top 10 Country (49-52 BB200; 4,400 sales; 50-week total 1,012,700)

Maren Morris with HERO (Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville) fell 9-12 Country (75-77 BB200; 4,000 sales; 7-week total 74,700)
Joey + Rory with HYMNS (Farmhouse/Gaither | Capitol CMG) dropped 12-14 Country (3,500 sales; 23-week total 426,600)

In their second week’s at retail Mark Chesnutt with TRADITION LIVES (Row/BFD) fell off the top 50 from last week’s No.22 selling another 500 copies. Kree Harrison with THIS OLD THING (Plaid Flag Records) also disappeared from the top 50 after a debut at No.28.

Outside Top 25 Country Albums

Brandy Clark with BIG DAY IN A SMALL TOWN (Slate Creek/ Warner Brothers) fell 32-40 on Top Country Albums selling 700 copies (6-week total 13,600).

Multi-platinum recording group Confederate Railroad made their return to radio and retail with the 12 track Lucky To Be Alive (BFD; Amazon UK - ) which made a debut at #49 Country selling 600 copies.
The project marked the first album release in nine years for the Grammy-nominated group. The ACM award-winning band also brought the star power on the album, with guest appearances from Willie Nelson, John Anderson, Colt Ford and former NFL coach, Jerry Glanville, on a special 20th Anniversary version of the signature smash, “Trashy Women.” - 

Year-To-Date Albums
13,259,000 (Physical sales 8,685,000 (down 9%) + Digital sales 4,574,000 (down -18.0%)) which is 12.3% down at the same point in 2016 (15,122,000 sales)
Year-To-Date Digital Tracks

52,499,000 down 23.7% at the same point in 2015 (68,816,000)

Billboard Hot Country Songs (Chart issue week of August 6, 2016)

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:

Florida Georgia Line with “H.O.L.Y.” paced Hot Country Songs and Country Streaming Songs for a 12th week each, leading the latter list with 6.9 million U.S. streams (up 4%). On Country Digital Songs, it dropped to No.2 after 11 frames on top (61,000 sales, down 1%).
Miranda Lambert with “Vice” (RCA Nashville), released July 18, swooped in at No.1 on Country Digital Songs with 64,000 sold in its first week, marking her second No.1; “Somethin’ Bad,” with Carrie Underwood, also launched at the summit (June 7, 2014). On Hot Country Songs, “Vice” opened at No. 2 to become her highest debut, passing the No.5 start for “Bad.”
Chris Lane with his debut single, “Fix” (Big Loud), entered the Hot Country Songs top 10 (11-10). On Country Airplay, it bumped 5-4 (42.3 million, up 5%).

Hot County Songs

** No.1 (12 weeks) ** H.O.L.Y. Florida Georgia Line
** Hot Shot Debut ** No.2 “Vice” Miranda Lambert
** Digital Gainer ** No.3 “From The Ground Up” Dan + Shay
** Airplay Gainer ** No.9 “Make You Miss Me” Sam Hunt
** Streaming Gainer ** No.22 “It Don't Hurt Like It Used To” Billy Currington
Debut No.16 “A Little More Summertime” Jason Aldean
Debut No.27 “May We All” Florida Georgia Line featuring Tim McGraw
Debut No.45 “In Case You Didn't Know” Brett Young
Debut No.47 “If He Ain't Gonna Love You” Jake Owen
Debut No.49 “If The Boot Fits” Granger Smith

Billboard Country Airplay (Chart issue week of August 6, 2016)

H.O.L.Y.’ SMOKES THE COMPETITION Florida Georgia Line (Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley) collected their ninth No.1 on Country Airplay, as “H.O.L.Y.” (Republic Nashville) rose 2-1 in its 13th week, increasing by 4% to 47.6 million audience impressions. The duo completed its fastest flight to the top, besting “Dirt,” which reached No.1 in its 14th week (Oct. 25, 2014).

“H.O.L.Y” (penned by busbee, Nate Cyphert and William Wiik Larsen), is the lead single from FGL’s third studio album, DIG YOUR ROOTS, due Aug. 26.

The set’s “May We All,” with its more traditional country sound, signals the pair progressing from the party-oriented style it sported on its 2012 debut smash, “Cruise.” “May,” which was released July 15 and features Tim McGraw, arrived at No.6 on Country Digital Songs with 22,000 downloads sold. “ ‘H.O.L.Y.’ has worked very well for us, and sales are fantastic,” Entercom Communications vp programming Mike Moore told Billboard. “It feels like a musical evolution, or maturity, for them. I’m really excited to hear the whole project.”
KKBQ Houston director of operations Johnny Chiang concurred. “ ‘H.O.L.Y.’ has consistently tested power for us, which obviously meant a lot to me as a programmer,” he said. “However, the song has had far greater implications for FGL. If there were any doubts about Brian and Tyler’s potential longevity in the format, ‘H.O.L.Y’ should put those to rest.”

Miranda Lambert with “Vice” arrived as her highest debut on Country Airplay, at No.18 (14.7 million in audience), fueled in part by hourly plays following its release on participating iHeartMedia-owned stations. The entrance topped the No.26 start of “Automatic” (Feb. 22, 2014).
Penned by Lambert, Josh Osborne and Shane McAnally, “Vice” is the first single from her forthcoming sixth studio album, expected later in 2016. It’s also Lambert’s first new music since her divorce from Blake Shelton.
Kelsea Ballerini with “Peter Pan” (Black River) hopped 11-10 on Country Airplay (28.7 million, up 12%). Her third top 10 follows the career launching No.1s “Love Me Like You Mean It” and “Dibs.”

Women of Country 2016 Watch:
Carrie Underwood at No.2 ("Church Bells"), Kelsea Ballerni at No.10 (“Peter Pan”), Miranda Lambert at #18 (“Vice”) and Jennifer Nettles at #27 (“Unlove You”) were the only 4 solo female artists in the Top 30 Country Airplay songs.
Clare Dunn at #59 (“Tuxedo”) was the only additional solo female in the remaining 31-60 slots, to make it 8.3% of the entire Top 60 chart who were lone females. Runway Jane at #49 “(“Lipstick”) and Maddie & Tae at #56 (“Sierra”) were the other all-female group and duo to be represented.
Forbes Magazine has come out with an article (published July 26 by Brittany Hodak ) about the Gender Gap in country music:
In the past six months, exactly five female artists have appeared in the Top 30 on the Billboard Country Airplay charts: Carrie Underwood, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris, Jennifer Nettles and duo Maddie & Tae. Only the first 3 acts have broken into the Top 20 in those 26 chart weeks. By contrast, literally dozens of male acts have accomplished the same.
The average number of women appearing on any single chart is three. When factoring in chart positions, and the extra spins songs at the top of the chart get compared to those lower down, female voices account for less than 10% of all charted songs in 2016.
In January, two more female artists, Jana Kramer and Cam, made appearances on the chart, bringing the total number of women to crack the Top 30 in 2016 to a mere seven-totalling nine songs (two each for Underwood and Ballerini)-with 60% of the year's charts accounted for.

Country Airplay
*** No. 1 (1 week) *** "H.O.L.Y” Florida Georgia Line 47.512 million audience (+1.894 million) / 8,030 radio plays (+303)
** Hot Shot Debut/ Most Increased Audience/ Most Added ** No.18 “Vice” Miranda Lambert 14.650 million audience gain thanks to 86 fresh radio commitments (ADDS)
Debut No.38 “The Weekend” Brantley Gilbert
Debut No.53 “There’s A Girl” Trent Harmon

Billboard Country Digital Singles Chart (Chart issue week of August 6, 2016)

Miranda Lambert with “Vice” (RCA Nashville), blew in at No.1 on Billboard Country Digital Songs and No.6 on the all genre Digital Songs Chart with 64,000 sold in its first week, marking her second No.1. Her previous chart topper “Somethin’ Bad” (with Carrie Underwood) launched at the summit (June 7, 2014).

Florida Georgia Line (Tyler Hubbard, Brian Kelley) with “H.O.L.Y.” (Republic Nashville) weren’t #1 single falling 1-2 (#5-7 Digital Songs; 61,000 sales; 12-week total 920,000) as new pre-grat track from their Aug 27 album DIG YOUR ROOTS titled “Smooth” fell 3-34 (8,000 sales; down 64%; 2-week total 30,000). 
However FGL’s new single with Tim McGraw, "May We All" made a debut at #6 (#42 Digital Songs; 22,000 sales)

Jason Aldean with "A Little More Summertime" made a debut at #3 (#23 Digital Songs; 35,000 sales)
Dan+Shay with “From The Ground Up” rose 7-4 (#50-24 Digital Songs; 32,000 sales; 24-week total 396,000) boosted after the song was used by ABC TV's Bachelorette program.
Kelsea Ballerini with “Peter Pan” (Black River) fell 2-7 (#32-45 Digital Songs; 21,000 sales; 16-week total 311,000).
Thomas Rhett with “Vacation” lifted 12-8 (#49 NE Digital Songs; 19,000 sales; 11-week total 156,000).
Jon Pardi with “Head Over Boots” fell 5-9 (#47-50 Digital Songs; 18,000 sales; 37-week total 529,000)
Carrie Underwood with "Church Bells" fell 6-10 (18,000 sales; 16-week total 301,000).

Chris Young &  Vince Gill with “Sober Saturday Night was new at #19 with 12,000 sales (46,000 total)
Maren Morris with "80s Mercedes" was at #44 in her third Top 50 chart frame (60K Total)
RaeLynn with new single "Love Triangle" was at #62 (8K sales)

Country Aircheck MEDIABASE Chart

25 July 2016
Congratulations to Tyler Hubbard, Brian Kelley, Matthew Hargis and the entire Republic Nashville promo crew on landing “H.O.L.Y.” at No. 1. "H.O.L.Y." is FGL's tenth career #1 and the song is the first single from Florida Georgia Line’s DIG YOUR ROOTS, out Aug. 26.
The song logged 8,700 radio spins (+501) and 58.977 million audience impressions (+3.22) with 29820 Total Points from 159 tracking stations for the tracking week July 17 to July 23, 2016 and published chart July 25th 2016.

Kudos to Keith Gale and the RCA team on notching 91 adds for Miranda Lambert’s Vice”. The song topped the week’s "Most Added" board.
Miranda Lambert RCA Office
Most Added Mediabase 91 ADDS

For a detailed report check out Country Aircheck Weekly Issue 509 - July 25, 2016 [PDF File]
For the very latest up to the minute Mediabase Chart (Past 7 Days) go here -

Billboard Boxscores (Selective Country concerts)

Rank Artist: #25
Event Venue City/State: Keith Urban, Brett Eldredge, Maren Morris Molson Canadian Amphitheatre Toronto, Ontario
Dates: July 8-9, 2016 Gross Sales: $961,690 Attend: 27,299/ 31,312 (4,013 unsold tickets)         
Shows/ Sellouts: 2/0 Prices: $69.06, $22.76 Promoters: Live Nation

Rank Artist: #83
Event Venue City/State: Rascal Flatts Harrah's Cherokee Cherokee, N.C.
Dates: May 27, 2016 Gross Sales: $130,668 Attend: 2,287/ 3,024 (737 unsold tickets)
Shows/ Sellouts: 1/0 Prices: $125, $65
Promoters: C3 Presents/Caesars Entertainment                                     

Rank Artist: #96
Event Venue City/State: Aaron Lewis, Blackberry Smoke Harrah's Stir Concert Cove Council Bluffs, Iowa
Dates: May 27, 2016 Gross Sales: $92,264 Attend: 3,214/ 4,000 (786 unsold tickets)
Shows/ Sellouts: 1/0 Prices: $43, $38
Promoters: C3 Presents/Caesars Entertainment             

Rank Artist: #98
Event Venue City/State: Justin Moore Casino Rama Rama, Ontario
Dates: May 7, 2016 Gross Sales: $88,446 Attend: 4,403/ 4,974 (571 unsold tickets)
Shows/ Sellouts: 1/0 Prices: $48.23, $28.06
Promoters: C3 Presents

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