Monday, 9 July 2018

Country Billboard Chart News July 2, 2018


Country Billboard Chart News July 2, 2018

RIAA Certifications

Multi-Platinum = 2,000,000 plus units
Platinum = 1-million units
Gold = 500,000 units
Note: For ALBUM certifications the RIAA base their figures on the number of units SHIPPED together with, track sales and on demand audio/ video stream units and NOT based purely on traditional retail sales.
1,500 on-demand audio and/or video song streams = 10 track sales = 1 album sale.
150 on-demand streams = 1 track download

Dawson's Streak: Atlantic/WMN's Devin Dawson celebrates the gold certification of his debut single "All On Me." 
Pictured (front, l-r) are songwriters Jacob Durrett, Dawson and Austin Taylor-Smith; (back, l-r) BMG's Noah Dewey, BMI's Josh Tomlinson, Warner/Chappell's Travis Carter, BMI's Leslie Roberts, WC's Ben Vaughn, Sandbox's Todd Ramey and WC's Alison Junker.


Kane Brown Leads June RIAA Gold And Platinum Honors
The RIAA GOLD and PLATINUM honours for the full month of JUNE 2018 were have been unveiled, and RCA NASHVILLE's Kane Brown led the honours. Brown earned 3X PLATINUM Single honors for "What Ifs" featuring Lauren Alaina, 2X PLATINUM Single honours for "Heaven," and GOLD Single honors for "Found You" and "There Goes My Everything." VALORY MUSIC CO.'s Brantley Gilbert earned 4X PLATINUM Single recognition for "Bottoms Up," while label mate Thomas Rhett garnered 2X PLATINUM Single honors for "Get Me Some Of That" and PLATINUM Single recognition for "Star Of The Show." BMLG RECORDS' A Thousand Horses also earned PLATINUM Single honors for "Smoke."

RIAA GOLD Single awards were given to BIG LOUD's Morgan Wallen for "The Way I Talk," WARNER BROS./WEA's High Valley for "Make You Mine," The Band Perry for "Don't Let Me Be Lonely," and Southern Ground/Elektra/WAR's Zac Brown Band for "My Old Man." Additionally, EMI RECORDS NASHVILLE's Rodney Carrington earned RIAA GOLD Album certification for "Hangin' with Rodney."

MULTI-PLATINUM SINGLES:
Brantley Gilbert Bottoms Up | released Dec 17, 2013 The Valory Music Co | certified 4x Multi-Platinum June 14, 2018 4 Million units 
Thomas Rhett Get Me Some Of That | released Oct 29, 2013 The Valory Music Co | certified 2x Multi-Platinum June 14, 2018 2 Million units
Kane Brown Heaven | released Oct 6, 2017 RCA Nashville | certified 2x Multi-Platinum June 21, 2018 2 Million units
Kane Brown What Ifs (Feat. Lauren Alaina) | released Dec 2, 2016 RCA Nashville | certified 3x Multi-Platinum June 21, 2018 3 Million units     

PLATINUM SINGLES:
Thomas Rhett Star Of The Show | released Oct 28, 2016 Valory Music Group | certified Platinum June 14, 2018 1 Million units
A Thousand Horses Smoke | released Dec 19, 2014 Republic Nashville | certified Platinum June 26, 2018 1 Million units

GOLD SINGLES:
Zac Brown Band My Old Man | released Feb 3, 2017 Elektra / Atlantic Records | certified Gold June 8, 2018, 0.5 Million
The Band Perry Don't Let Me Be Lonely | released April 2, 2013 Big Machine Label Group | certified Gold June 14, 2018 0.5 Million units
Kane Brown Found You | released Sept 8, 2017 | certified Gold June 21, 2018 0.5 Million units
Kane Brown There Goes My Everything | released March 18, 2016 RCA Nashville | certified Gold June 21, 2018 0.5 Million units
High Valley Make You Mine | released Dec 1, 2015 Atlantic | certified Gold June 28, 2018, 0.5 Million

GOLD ALBUMS:
Rodney Carrington HANGIN' WITH RODNEY | released June 2, 1998 EMI Records Nashville | certified Gold June 8, 2018 Comedy 0.5 Million units

In Brief: Billboard Country Charts (Chart issue week of July 7, 2018)

Country Album Chart ** No.1 (1 week) ** SELF-TITLED Dan + Shay
Hot Country Songs ** No.1 (31 weeks) ** “Meant To Be” Bebe Rexha feat. Florida Georgia Line
Country Airplay *** No.1 (1 week) *** “Tequila” Dan + Shay
Country Digital Songs ** No.1 (22 non-consecutive weeks) ** “Meant To Be” Bebe Rexha feat. Florida Georgia Line

Billboard Top 200 / Country Album Chart News (Chart issue week of July 7, 2018)

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

Panic! at the Disco Bundle To Top
Panic! at the Disco bowed atop the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart (BB200) with PRAY FOR THE WICKED, earning the act its second No.1 album on the tally. Panic previously hit the top of the list with its last studio effort, Death of a Bachelor, which opened at No.1 in 2016.
Pray for the Wicked -- which was released on June 22 via DCD2/ Fueled by Ramen -- launched with 180,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending June 28, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 151,000 were in traditional album sales. Both figures represent the biggest week for an alternative rock album in 2018. Pray’s handsome sales were encouraged by a pre-order campaign for the album via the act’s official merch store, where pre-orders made by June 21 included early access to purchase tickets to the act’s tour.

POP/Country duo Dan + Shay collected its third top 10 effort, as its SELF-TITLED third studio set debuted at a career-best-tying No.6 with 44,000 units (24,000 in traditional album sales). The act previously visited the top 10 with its first two albums: OBSESSED (No. 8 in 2016) and WHERE IT ALL BEGAN (No. 6, 2014).

Billboard Top Country Albums (Chart issue week of July 7, 2018)
Top Country Albums now ranks the most popular country albums of the week, as compiled by Nielsen Music, based on multi-metric consumption (blending traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA), and streaming equivalent albums (SEA)).
10 digital track sales from an album = 1 track equivalent album (TEA) “sale”
1,500 on demand song streams from an album to one streaming equivalent album (SEA) “sale”.
Nielsen Music compiles the sales and streaming data. Billboard continues to publish pure album sales charts (subscription to billboard biz ), exclusively comprising Nielsen’s sales data.

Dan + Shay with their new self-titled album (Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville) bounded in at No.1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart (dated July 7), earning 44,000 equivalent album units in the week ending June 28, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 24,000 were from traditional album sales.
The third studio album from the duo of Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney (produced by Smyers and Scott Hendricks) is the pair’s second Top Country Albums No. 1.

CHART HISTORY
WHERE IT ALL BEGAN debuted at No. 1 on April 19, 2014 (with 28,648 copies sold). That feat made them the first duo to debut at #1 on that tally since SoundScan began tracking sales digitally in 1991. The project was also the highest-charting debut project released in 2014.
While the No.1 launch marked a first in the tally’s 50-year history, for a rookie duo Dan + Shay were just the third duo to reach No.1 with a full-length debut album, following Big & Rich’s “Horse of a Different Color”, which reached the summit in its 16th chart week (Sept. 4, 2004), and Florida Georgia Line’s “Here’s to the Good Times”, which finally reigned in its 28th week (June 29, 2013).
OBSESSED released on June 3, 2016 Warner Bros. Nashville opened and peaked at No. 2 on June 25, 2016 (25,848 sold).

Warner Bros' Dan + Shay celebrate
chart-topping success in
Holmdel, NJ 3 July 2018
Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney’s self-titled third studio album was co-produced by Smyers and Warner Music Nashville EVP/A&R Scott Hendricks (Blake Shelton, Michael Ray, William Michael Morgan). The 11-song project includes the lead single “Tequila,” written by Smyers, Nicolle Galyon and Jordan Reynolds, “Keeping Score,” featuring Kelly Clarkson, and “Speechless,” the >> video for which uses footage from their weddings. The hit single, “Tequila,” has accumulated a staggering 131 million on-demand streams and is currently nearing the top spot at country radio as the most-streamed song on the chart. The official video has earned nearly 25 million YouTube views.
PROMOTION: Dan + Shay have performed the song on Ellen, the 2018 ACM Awards and the 2018 CMT Music Awards, where they took home the award for Duo Video of the Year.

Concurrently, “Tequila,” the first single from the new album, became the duo’s fourth Country Airplay leader, lifted 2-1. On the Hot Country Songs chart, “Tequila” held at its No.2 high.
“When we first moved to Nashville, we would walk around the office on Music Row and see Billboard charts printed out, only dreaming of one day seeing our names listed,” said Smyers. “To watch ‘Tequila’ climb the [Country Airplay] chart and launch a new chapter in our career has been surreal. Our fans are relentless, and we’re so thankful for their passion and belief. It takes an army to push a song to the top, so this is a big win for us and our team. Celebratory tequila shots are certainly in our future!”
“We knew we had something really special with ‘Tequila,’ ” mused Mooney.
“But it wouldn’t have amounted to anything without the people who heard it and connected with it. We’re forever grateful.”

Critical reception for Dan + Shay’s Self-Titled:  
11 Tracks/Time: 35:16 Amazon UK - UK iTunes - Amazon.com

Sounds Like Nashville (Rating: Very Positive) When immersing oneself in each track on Dan + Shay’s self-titled project, it becomes clear that the duo of Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney know how to capture the story of a song not only through the power of their vocals, but in their ability to create meaningful lyrics that make their work feel like poetry.....Dan +
Shay not only demonstrate how they’ve evolved musically on their self-titled record, but prove the purity that lives in their songwriting. There’s a sense of light and positivity that’s immersed in the album, and perhaps the most convincing aspect is how they evoke emotion through passionate lyrics and the striking images that accompany them. The way Smyers and Mooney are able to exude the qualities of truthfulness, sincerity and love reflects their authenticity not just as artists, but who they are as people.

Rollingstone (Rating: 3.1/2 STARS) .... transcending obvious comparisons to Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox with a voice that is both lithe and brawny, yet steeped in contemporary vernacular. Co-producer Smyers bridges adult-contemporary pop, power balladry and modern country, dabbling in vaguely Caribbean sounds on “All to Myself” and adding record-scratching loops to “No Such Thing.” Dan + Shay are at their most collectively potent on the soulful cuts “What Keeps You Up at Night” and “Speechless,” their groove-oriented production giving Mooney plenty of space to proclaim his love in soaring fashion.

Allmusic (Rating; 3 STARS)....may not be much more than aural wallpaper but that's all it's intended to be and, on that level, it's well executed: it's so slick and smooth, it doesn't make a single wave

Roughstock (Rating: Very Positive) With simple artwork and simple storytelling, "Dan + Shay" is the record Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney have been building to and truly represents who they are as a duo. ...Standouts on the album include “Keeping Score,” a song they recorded with Kelly Clarkson. This song, which isn’t a traditional duet, is nonetheless a brilliantly written song in which the couple within the narration which is all about the less quantifiable things and all about experiences with the one(s) you love....If there was ever an album released in country music that is going to take any artist to the A-list of the entire music world, it will be this, Dan+Shay’s self-titled third album.

Former No.1, Luke Combs with THIS ONE’S FOR YOU (River House/ Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville) held at No.2 (#17-15 Billboard 200) in his 56th frame.

Former 6 non-consecutive week No.1 Jason Aldean with REARVIEW TOWN (Macon/Broken Bow Records) fell 1-3 (10-27 Billboard 200)
Kane Brown with his 10 non-consecutive week No.1 SELF-TITLED held at No.4 (#29-31 Billboard 200) in his 81nd week.
Former No.1 Thomas Rhett with LIFE CHANGES (Valory/Big Machine Label Group) moved 6-5 (#51-48 BB200) in his 42nd frame.

Chris Stapleton with TRAVELLER (MERCURY/ UMGN) fell 5-6 (#49-51 BB200) as his set From A Room: Volume 1 (Mercury/Universal Music Group Nashville) fell 16-19 (#136-153 BB200) and From A Room: Volume 2 fell 17-23 (145-180 BB200) in its 30th frame.
Brett Young with self- titled BRETT YOUNG (BMLG) held at No.7 (#64-62 BB200) in his 72nd week.
In his third week Dierks Bentley with THE MOUNTAIN (Capitol Nashville | UMGN) fell 3-8 (26-75 BB200).
Former No.1 Keith Urban with GRAFFITI U (Hit Red/Capitol Nashville/Universal Music Group Nashville) fell 8-9 (#84-89 BB200) in his 9th week.
Former No.1 Luke Bryan with WHAT MAKES YOU COUNTRY (Capitol Nashville | UMGN) held at No.10 (#90-93 BB200) in his 29th frame.

Outside the Top 10
In their third week Sugarland with BIGGER (Big Machine/Big Machine Label Group/ UMGN) fell 12-15 (#97-137 BB200).
Various Artists, NOW THAT’S WHAT I CALL COUNTRY, Volume 11 fell 9-16 (#87-137 BB200) in its third frame.
Morgan Wallen with IF I KNOW ME (Big Loud Records) advanced held at No.20 (#162 non-mover BB200) in his nineth frame.
Former No1 from Kacey Musgraves with GOLDEN HOUR (MCA Nashville/Universal Music Group Nashville) rose 25-24 (#192-186 BB200) in her 13th week.

FALLING SHORT of Top 50:
On the Country Album Sales list (pure sales; old methodology)

Paul Cauthen with 7-track HAVE MERCY (EP; Lightning Rod Records | Amazon UK - UK iTunes - Amazon.com ) made a debut at No.32 on Country Album Sales

A native of East Texas, Paul Cauthen was raised in Tyler, Texas, learning how to sing and play at the hands of his grandfather, a songwriter from Lubbock who associated with that town's local legends Buddy Holly & the Crickets. Cauthen recorded Have Mercy -- a seven-song collection of originals that was somewhere between an album and EP -- with Bedford at Modern Electric Studios in Dallas, supported by the collective of DFW musicians calling themselves the Texas Gentlemen.

Saving Country Music (Rating 5/10) … Paul Cauthen and this Have Mercy EP are far from the problem. Many will find favor with it, and shouldn’t have their opinions discounted or questioned. These types of efforts are still much better than most mainstream alternatives, while revitalizing the sound and appreciation of classic country music by proxy. Paul Cauthen is a fun artist both recorded and live, serving a sound that clearly appeals to certain people. The question is how to swell the amount of people who appreciate Paul Cauthen by finding a more authentic and compelling way to present his irrefutable God-given talents.

Year-To-Date Albums
8,074,000 (Physical sales 5,738,000 (down -16.3%) + Digital sales 2,329,000 (down -30.4%) which is 20.9% down at the same point in 2017 (10,203,000 sales) 

Year-To-Date Digital Tracks
26,333,000 down 27.2% at the same point in 2017 (36,158,000)

2018’s Mid-Year Top 10 Selling Albums

1. Soundtrack, The Greatest Showman (1,064,000)
2. Justin Timberlake, Man of the Woods (403,000)
3. Jason Aldean, Rearview Town (328,000) Released 13 April 2018
4. Dave Matthews Band, Come Tomorrow (316,000)
5. P!nk, Beautiful Trauma (287,000)
6. Post Malone, beerbongs & bentleys (258,000)
7. Ed Sheeran, ÷ (Divide) (254,000)
8. J. Cole, KOD (241,000)
9. Soundtrack, Black Panther: The Album (209,000)
10. Keith Urban, Graffiti U (199,000) Released 27 April 2018

2018’s Mid-Year Top 10 Selling Digital Songs
#1. Ed Sheeran, “Perfect” (1,013,000)
#2. Drake, “God’s Plan” (959,000)
#3. Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line, “Meant to Be” (846,000) released Oct 24, 2017
#5. Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey, “The Middle” (621,000)
#10. Jason Aldean, “You Make It Easy” (493,000)

2018’s Mid-Year Top 10 On-Demand Audio Streams
#8. Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line, “Meant to Be” (259,401,000)


Billboard Hot Country Songs (Chart issue week of July 7, 2018)

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:

Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line with “Meant to Be” (Warner Bros./BMLG) held at No.1 for a 31st week on Hot Country Songs.
The reign is now just 3-weeks short of Sam Hunt’s “Body Like a Back Road” (34 weeks in 2017).

NEW TOP 10s Jason Aldean with “Drowns the Whiskey,” featuring Miranda Lambert (Macon/ Broken Bow), bumped 11-10 on Hot Country Songs. It increased by 13 percent to 4.8 million U.S. streams in the week ending June 28. The track’s official video debuted June 15. “Whiskey” marks Aldean’s 29th Hot Country Songs top 10 and Lambert’s 14th.

Keith Urban’s duet “Coming Home” feat. Julia Michaels jumped 19-13 for a new peak on Hot Country Songs. It was fueled by an 81 percent burst to 3.4 million U.S. streams and an 11 percent hike to 5,000 sold. Urban performed the song on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on June 26.
Hot County Songs
** No.1 (31 weeks) ** “Meant To Be” Bebe Rexha feat. Florida Georgia Line
** Digital Gainer/ Streaming Gainer ** No.2 “Tequila” Dan + Shay
** Airplay Gainer” No.4 “Get Along” Kenny Chesney  
** Hot Shot Debut ** No.50 “What Keeps You Up At Night” Dan + Shay

CHART HISTORY
Billboard Top Ten For Week Ending July 7, 1984:
1. Somebody's Needin' Somebody Conway Twitty (WARNER BROS)
2. I Don't Want To Be A Memory Exile (Epic)
3. Just Another Woman In Love Anne Murray (Capitol)
4. Atlanta Blue Statler Brothers (Mercury)
5. Angel In Disguise Earl Thomas Conley (RCA)
6. I Can Tell By The Way You Dance You're Gonna Love Me Tonight Vern Gosdin (Compleat)
7. Mama He's Crazy The Judds (RCA)
8. B-B-B-Burnin' Up With Love Eddie Rabbitt (Warner Bros.)
9. If The Fall Don't Get You Janie Frickie (Columbia)
10. That's The Thing About Love Don Williams (MCA)

Billboard Country Airplay (Chart issue week of July 7, 2018)

Dan + Shay with “Tequila” (Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville) moved 2-1 in their 25th frame to become the duo’s fourth Country Airplay leader. It lagged 43.9 million audience impressions (up 14 percent) in the tracking week ending July 1.

With “Tequila” ascending to No.1 and Dan + Shay’s new LP debuting atop the country albums chart, the act is the first to achieve the feat since Blake Shelton, whose If I’m Honest bowed at No. 1 on Top Country Albums while “Came Here to Forget” hopped 4-1 on Country Airplay on June 11, 2016.
Before Dan + Shay, the last duo or group to earn such a double was Rascal Flatts, whose UNSTOPPABLE launched at No. 1 on Top Country Albums as “Here Comes Goodbye” flew 6-1 on Country Airplay on April 25, 2009.

As it reached the Country Airplay penthouse in its 25th week, “Tequila” marked Dan + Shay’s fastest trip to No. 1. Their first leader, “Nothin’ Like You,” reached the summit in its 42nd frame (Dec. 19, 2015), followed by next single “From the Ground Up” (29 weeks; Sept. 3, 2016). Third straight No. 1 “How Not To” reached the pinnacle in its 38th week (July 1, 2017), with all leaders having ruled for a week each.
The duo first charted on Country Airplay with “19 You + Me,” which peaked at No. 11 in April 2014.

Morgan Evans achieved his first top 10 as his debut track, “Kiss Somebody” (Warner Bros./WEA), climbed 11-9 (23.6 million, up 8 percent).
Brett Young with “Mercy” (Big Machine Label Group) darted 14-10 (23.6 million, up 25 percent). He tallied his fourth top 10 in as many visits, following his No. 2-peaking debut “Sleep Without You” and the No. 1s “In Case You Didn’t Know” (two weeks on top) and “Like I Loved You” (three).

Country Airplay
*** No.1 (1 week) *** “Tequila” Dan + Shay 43.822 million audience (+5.316 million) / 8,117 radio plays (+772)
** Most Increased Audience ** No.2 “Get Along” Kenny Chesney 6.221 million audience gain
** Most Added ** No.36 “Lose It” Kane Brown (22 ADDS)

Billboard Country Digital Singles Chart
(Chart issue week of July 7, 2018)

Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line returned to the summit moving 2-1 (#14-6 Digital Songs) with their now 22 non-consecutive week No.1 Meant to Be" (Warner Bros. | BMLG). It sold 23,000 copies for a 31-week total of 1,183,000.
It was five places behind Maroon 5's "Girls Like You," featuring Cardi B which ruled Digital Song Sales for a fourth week (46,000, down 12 percent)
Last weeks’ No.1 Florida Georgia Line with “Simple” (BMLG) slipped 1-2 (#8-9 Digital Songs; 20,000 sales; 4-week total 95,000).

Dan + Shay (Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney) with “Tequila” (Warner Bros. | WAR) held at No.3 (#18 non-mover Digital Songs; 14,000 sales; 23-week total 274,000)
Brett Young with “Mercy” (BMLG) pushed 9-4 (#33-22 Digital Songs; 13,000 sales; 16-week total 264,000).
David Lee Murphy & Kenny Chesney with “Everything's Gonna Be Alright” climbed 8-5 (32-25 Digital Songs; 13,000 sales; 21-week total 217,000).

Kenny Chesney with “Get Along” fell 5-6 (#28-26 Digital Songs; 13,000 sales; 12-week total 189,000)
Jason Aldean feat. Miranda Lambert with “Drowns The Whiskey” (Macon | Broken Bow) fell 4-7 (#26-29 Digital Songs; 12,000 sales; 7-week total 81,000) as Aldean’s “You Make It Easy” rose 11-10 (#50 Re-entry Digital Songs; 8,000 sales; 22-week total 493,000.
Morgan Wallen feat. Florida Georgia Line with “Up Down” (Big Loud) advanced 10-8 (#38-30 Digital Songs; 12,000 sales; 28-week total 267,000).
Kane Brown with “Heaven” (Zone 4 | RCA Nashville) fell 7-9 (#31 non-mover Digital Songs; 12,000 sales; 32-week total 548,000).

Outside the Top 10
Luke Bryan with “Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset” climbed 17-11 (8,000 sales; 3-week total 36,000)
Sugarland feat. Taylor Swift with “Babe” rebounded 18-14 (7,000 sales; 7-week total 93,000) in its 6th week.
Jake Owen with “I Was Jack” (You Were Diane) The John Mellencamp-derived song re-entered Country Digital Song Sales at No. 23 (5,000 sold, up 2 percent) after debuting at its No.13 high in March 17.

Country Aircheck MEDIABASE Chart

July 2, 2018

Dan + Shay Earn Fourth Career #1 Hit With 'Tequila'
Congrats to Dan Smyers, Shay Mooney, Kristen Williams, Tom Martens and the WAR promotion team on landing the week’s No. 1 with Dan + Shay’s “Tequila.” The song is the first single from their self titled album, which debuted atop the country albums chart this week. Songwriters are Nicolle Galyon, Jordan Reynolds and Smyers. The song marks the duo's fourth career #1 hit.























Tequila” (Warner Bros./WAR) climbed 3-1 logging 8,520 radio spins (+728) and 58.937 million audience impressions (+5.239 million gain) with 23154 Total Points (+2030) from 157 tracking stations (157 ADDS) for the tracking week June 24 to June 30, 2018 and published chart July 2nd, 2018.

Dierks Bentley Is Most-Added With 'Burning Man'
Kudos to Bobby Young and the Capitol reps on landing 30 adds for Dierks Bentley’s “Burning Man,” which features Brothers Osborne.  
The song topped the "Most Added" board this chart week.

UMG Nashville Celebrate Pictured L-R: Capitol Nashville Dir./Midwest Promotion Brent Jones and VP/Promotion Bobby Young; UMG Nashville VP/Promotion David Friedman and Dir./Promotion & Radio Marketing Chris Schuler























  
Mediabase Adds (Selective)

Artist/Title (Label) TW Total Historic Adds
DIERKS BENTLEY f/BROTHERS OSBORNE/Burning Man (Capitol)       30         31
MICHAEL RAY/One That Got Away (Atlantic/WEA)         28         31
KANE BROWN/Lose It (RCA)     20         103
TYLER RICH/The Difference (Valory)     14         100
GARTH BROOKS/All Day Long (Pearl)   10         145
EVERETTE/Slow Roll (Broken Bow)       8          49
LUKE COMBS/She Got The Best Of Me (River House/Columbia) 8          9
TRAVIS DENNING/David Ashley Parker From... (Mercury)           8          100
ELI YOUNG BAND/Love Ain't (Valory)    7          39
OLD DOMINION/Hotel Key (RCA)          6          147
BRETT ELDREDGE/Love Someone (Atlantic/WMN)        5          45
CRAIG CAMPBELL/See You Try (Red Bow)       5          107
DUSTIN LYNCH/Good Girl (Broken Bow)           5          78
LITTLE BIG TOWN/Summer Fever (Capitol)       5          82
BRANDON LAY/Yada Yada Yada (EMI Nashville)           3          49
BLACKJACK BILLY/Straight Line Sober (1608/Reviver)   2          6
MADDIE & TAE/Friends Don't (Mercury) 2          62
RILEY GREEN/There Was This Girl (BMLGR)     2          12
SMITHFIELD/Hey Whiskey (Deluge/In2une)        2          37
UNCLE KRACKER/Floatin' (---)  2          3
ABBY ANDERSON/Make Him Wait (Black River)            1          46
CASEY DONAHEW/That Got The Girl (Alm.Country/Thirty Tigers)           1          2
CHRIS YOUNG/Hangin' On (RCA)         1          110
CLARE DUNN/More (MCA)        1          44
KRYSTAL KEITH & LANCE CARPENTER/Anyone Else (Show Dog)       1          22
STEPHANIE QUAYLE/Selfish (Rebel Engine)     1          26

For a detailed report check out Country Aircheck Weekly Issue 608 - July 2, 2018
For the very latest up to the minute Mediabase Chart (Past 7 Days) go here - www.mediabase.com

Billboard Boxscores (Selective Country concerts)

Rank Artist: #97
Event Venue City/State: John Prine, Amanda Shires AT&T Performing Arts Center Dallas, Texas
Dates: 29 June 2018 Gross Sales: $180,959 Attend: 2,111/ 2,232
Shows/ Sellouts: 1/0 (121 unsold tickets) Prices: $109, $69
Promoters: NS2
Latest Billboard Boxscore Chart 



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