Thursday 29 November 2018

Roisin O’Hagan releases new single 'Miss You Like June'

Roisin O'Hagan London and Essex based country/pop artist and Fender Undiscovered Artist 2018 finalist.

New single, 'Miss You Like June', dropped 23rd November 2018.

‘Miss You Like June’ is the latest single from country/pop artist and Fender Undiscovered Artist 2018 finalist Roisin O’Hagan. The release follows a busy summer for the London and Essex based singer-songwriter which included becoming a Fender Undiscovered Artist 2018 finalist, airplay on various BBC Radio Stations and on Chris Country Radio as Baylen Leonard’s Record Of The Week, support from BBC Music Introducing and the endorsement of Matt Malley (Counting Crows bassist and Oscar-nominated songwriter) followed by a visit to his LA home and studios.

“Miss You Like June is a song full of country sparkle that charts the course of a long-term relationship. It’s about going through the first fights and the bumps in the road together and, ultimately, valuing that person all the more for it. All of those moments, the good and the bad, can flash by and you want to experience and remember everything. Loving someone should be about looking forward to the future, living in the now and missing the early days.” - Roisin O’Hagan

Roisin O’Hagan is a country/pop singer-songwriter and Fender Undiscovered Artist of the Year 2018 finalist.

Able to produce lyrical hooks seemingly in her sleep, she writes catchy, heart-felt songs delivered with a voice that aches and captivates. 

June 2018 saw the release of Roisin’s sparkly single ‘Drive’, which grabbed the attention of BBC Music Introducing in Essex and has received airplay on BBC Radio in Essex, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.

In July 2018, Roisin placed in the final three of the Fender Undiscovered Artist of the Year 2018 contest and was tipped by industry judges Max Helyer (You Me At Six) and Georgie Rogers (BBC 6 Music, Beats 1) for her vocals and songwriting ability.

She released a 4-track EP BLUE & GREY (Wet Feet Records | iTunes) on 10 Feb 2017 followed by single “Drive” on June 1, 2018 (iTunes)

“Roisin has been slowly gaining fans and support across the country and across the industry and, if your ears are anything like mine, you’ll hear why.” - Baylen Leonard (TV & Radio Presenter, Creative Director of The Long Road Festival)

“If I had my own record label, I would sign Roisin immediately. She’s the half Irish daughter I never had. Her songwriting is top notch, vocal phrasing is brilliant and arrangements are ready for the world to discover. Join this party’s going to be a great one!” - Matt Malley (Counting Crows bass player and Oscar-nominated songwriter).

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The Wandering Hearts announce Deluxe Album + new single






“Harmonies that hark back to Fleetwood Mac” – Sunday Times Culture  

“They evoke the poignancy of early 1970’s alternative country” – Times

“Within 30 minutes of uploading their first demo online, the London band were discovered. When you hear them perform, it’s easy to see why” – Telegraph

Following the announcement of their UK headline tour, Folk-Americana four-piece The Wandering Hearts have sold out London’s Islington Assembly Hall on 28 November. Having already sold out their three previous London headline dates, most recently Bush Hall, this will be their biggest headline performance yet.

The band have also announced the release of a Deluxe edition of Wild Silence, out on 25 January 2019.
The deluxe album includes three brand new tracks: ‘Til The Day I Die, Run and Heart Stops Beating, acoustic versions of album tracks Wild Silence and Fire and Water, plus live recordings of Burning Bridges and The Wonder Of You from the band’s show in Memphis earlier this year. 

Release Date: 25 Jan. 2019

Label: Decca (UMO)

20 Tracks / Total Length: 1:10:07

Genres: Indie & Alternative

The Wandering Hearts recently returned from Americanafest in Nashville, where they led the UK charge of talent, playing multiple shows at this year’s celebration of the best of Americana and roots music. Over summer, the band performed at a string of UK festivals, including BST Hyde Park headlined by Eric Clapton, Latitude, Black Deer and Standon Calling.

In June, The Wandering Hearts became the first UK band ever to debut at Nashville’s iconic venues, the Ryman Auditorium and Grand Ole Opry, in the same week. They received a standing ovation for their performance at Marty Stuart’s infamous Late Night Jam at the Ryman where they shared the stage with Marty Stuart And His Fabulous Superlatives, Margo Price, John Prine and Chris Stapleton, as well as country-rock legends Chris Hillman and Roger McGuinn of The Byrds.

After a brilliant Opry debut, The Wandering Hearts were invited back to the iconic venue to perform for a second time a week later. In addition, the band added slots at CMAFestThe Basement and The Bluebird CafĂ© to their whirlwind tour, earning a rapturous welcome at each show. The band travelled to the US after receiving a personal invitation from legend Marty Stuart to join him on the Nashville and Memphis dates of his tour after they supported him in the UK.

The Wandering Hearts were discovered in the UK within half an hour of uploading their first demo online, and shortly after were signed to Decca Records.  Over the past 18 months, The Wandering Hearts have built a loyal fan base with their signature sound that transcends genres: this is what makes them so special. With their seamless vocal harmonies, The Wandering Hearts are reminiscent of First Aid Kit and Of Monsters and Men, whilst channelling Fleetwood Mac’s pop sensibility and the storytelling of Chris Stapleton, all the while keeping their British roots at heart.

In February, the band released their debut album Wild Silence and picked up the coveted Bob Harris Emerging Artist award at the UK Americana Awards 2018, a prize hand-picked by the legendary broadcaster himself. Bob Harris stated, “I was just blown away by them, by their harmonies, their energy, their enthusiasm and of course the fantastic quality of their music. I am truly thrilled for them and their new album is everything I hoped it would be.”

The Wandering Hearts Win Big At 2018 BCMA Awards

This years’ British Country Music Association Awards (BCMA Awards 2018 | Website: took place at the Harrogate Convention Centre on Saturday 24th November.
It was good night for the 4-piece Tara (Tara Wilcox), Chess (Francesca Whiffin), AJ (Alexander John Dean-Revington) and Tim (Timothy Prottey-Jones) who were not present, playing in Exeter on their current UK Tour which kicked off on Nov 21) on winning 3 of the 5 categories they were nominated in.
They snagged UK Album of the Year for WILD SILENCE (4 STARS Country Music Issue 09 “a dozen uniformly impressive pieces”; 1 STAR Country Music People) and with some fine festival appearances bagged both Group of the Year and the highly coveted Entertainer of the Year.

See BLOG: 2018 British Country Music Association Awards Winners – Report & Fashion

Wed, 28 November 2018 - Islington Assembly Hall, London (Upper Street Islington N1 2UD) £17.50
Fri, 30 November 2018 - The Globe, Cardiff (125 Albany Rd CF24 3NS)
Sat, 1 December 2018 - Arts Club, Liverpool (90 Seel Street L1 4BH)
Mon, 3 December 2018 - Riverside, Newcastle upon Tyne (Neptune House, 1 The Close NE1 3RQ)
Tue, 4 December 2018 - The Caves, Edinburgh (8-10 Niddry St EH1 1NS)
Wed, 5 December 2018 - O2 Institute2, Birmingham (78 Digbeth, Birmingham B5 6DY)
All shows £15.00 (£12.50 Ticket + £2.50 Fees) except London (£17.50 *)

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Country Bites News snippets November 19, 2018 – November 25, 2018


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Full Details on BLOG POST

Country Billboard Chart News November 19, 2018

In Brief: Billboard Country Charts (Chart issue week of November 24, 2018)

Country Album Chart ** No.1 (1 week) ** EXPERIMENT Kane Brown 
Hot Country Songs ** No.1 (1 week) ** “Lose It” Kane Brown
Country Airplay ** No.1 (1 week) ** “Best Shot” Jimmie Allen
Country Digital Songs ** No.1 (1 week) ** “Someone I Used to Know” Zac Brown Band

Billboard Top 200 / Country Album Chart News (Chart issue week of November 24, 2018)

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

Kane Brown Earns First No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart as 'Experiment' Bundles To The Top

Kain Brown’s EXPERIMENT earned his first No.1 album on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart (BB200), as his second full-length studio effort, Experiment, bows in the top slot. The set, which was released on Nov. 9 via Zone 4/RCA Nashville, started with 124,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Nov. 15, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 105,000 were in album sales.

It’s just the third country album to reach No.1 on the all-genre Billboard 200. It follows Carrie Underwood’s CRY PRETTY (Sept. 29; 266,000 units in its debut frame) and Jason Aldean’s REARVIEW TOWN (April 28; 183,000). There were four country leaders in 2017, but they all occurred in the last four months of the year: Luke Bryan’s WHAT MAKES YOU COUNTRY (Dec. 30; 108,000), Kenny Chesney’s LIVE IN NO SHOES NATION (Nov. 18; 219,000), Shania Twain’s NOW (Oct. 21; 137,000) and Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes (Sept. 30; 123,000).
Experiment bowed with the fourth-largest week for any country album in 2018, both in terms of overall units and album sales. Ahead of it are the debut frames of Cry Pretty (266,000 units, of which 251,000 were in album sales), Rearview Town (183,000 units, with 162,000 in album sales) and Keith Urban’s Graffiti U (May 12; 145,000 units, with 137,000 in album sales). All four albums received a first-week boost from sales generated by concert ticket/album sale redemption offers.
Experiment was led by the single “Lose It,” which has so far peaked at No.5 on both the Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts. It climbed 6-5 on the most recently published latter list (dated Nov. 17).

Billboard Top Country Albums (Chart issue week of November 24, 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.

RCA NASHVILLE artist Kane Brown's sophomore album, entitled EXPERIMENT debuted at #1 on the Top Country Albums chart this week with 124,000 units (105,000 were in album sales; pure retail numbers and internet sales).
Brown has set a new U.S. record on Apple Music with the newly-released "Experiment" which has been marked as the platform's largest Country album debut in the first 24 hours of release.
Brown teamed up with Apple Music to host an exclusive performance for fans at Nashville's 12th & Porter venue on Thursday, November 1st ahead of the album's Friday, November 9th release. He premiered new music from "Experiment" and showcased an advanced screening of the "Apple Music Presents: Kane Brown -- Experiment" project.
Brown signed to RCA Nashville in early 2016 after building a following through social media starting in 2014, mainly by posting covers of songs by such artists as George Strait, Brantley Gilbert and Alan Jackson. Prior to his deal with RCA, Brown independently released the six-song EP Closer, which debuted on Top Country Albums at No. 22 in June 2015 and peaked at
No. 7 that November. Five-song follow-up EP Chapter 1 (on RCA) debuted and peaked at No. 3 in April 2016.

In its 102nd chart frame Brown’s 10 non-consecutive week No.1 SELF-TITLED (released Dec 2, 2016) held at No.5 (#63-57 BB200). It has sold over 472,000 copies and opened at No.10 on the Billboard 200 with 51,000 units (45,457 pure sales)

17 non-consecutive week No.1 Luke Combs with THIS ONE’S FOR YOU (River House/ Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville) held at No.2 (#27-25 Billboard 200; 76-weeks).

Former No1 Dan + Shay with their self-titled album (Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville) held at No.3 (#46-48 BB200; 19-weeks).
Chris Stapleton with the 185-week TRAVELLER (MERCURY/ UMGN) held at No.4 (#52 Non mover BB200) as his set From A Room: Volume 1 (Mercury/Universal Music Group Nashville) moved 15-12 (#157-136 BB200) and From A Room: Volume 2 rose 23-22 in its 50th frame.

Former No.1 Carrie Underwood with CRY PRETTY fell 6-7 (75-90 BB200; 8-weeks).
Former No.1 Thomas Rhett with LIFE CHANGES (Valory/Big Machine Label Group) climbed 10-8 (#98-96 BB200; 62-weeks).
Brett Young with self- titled BRETT YOUNG (BMLG) lifted 11-9 (#106-99 BB200; 1,100 sales; 92-weeks).

Previous weeks’ No1 Pistol Annies with INTERSTATE GOSPEL (RCA Nashville/Sony Music Nashville) slumped 1-10 (#15-107 Billboard 200) in their second frame.

Outside the Top 10
2-week No.1 Eric Church with his DESPERATE MAN (EMI Nashville/Universal Music Group Nashville) fell 9-11 (94-114 Billboard 200; 6-weeks).
Kacey Musgraves with the 2018 CMA Album Of The Year GOLDEN HOUR made a re-entry at No.17 (#195 Re-entry BB200)

Dierks Bentley with THE MOUNTAIN fell 13-18 (23-weeks).
In his second week Josh Turner with first faith-based set, I SERVE A SAVIOR (MCA Nashville/ Universal Music Group Nashville | Amazon UK - UK iTunes -, fell 8-19. (#91 – off the top 200 BB200).

On the Country Album Sales list (pure sales; old methodology)

Stryker Brothers with 13-track BURN BAND made a debut at No.31 (Scriptorium Rex | Amazon UK)

Year-To-Date Albums
13,492,000 (Physical sales 9,608,000 (down -20.1%) + Digital sales 3,894,000 (down -32.9%) which is 24.3% down at the same point in 2017 (17,829,000 sales) 

Year-To-Date Digital Tracks
42,377,000? down 27.8% at the same point in 2017 (58,723,000)

Billboard Hot Country Songs (Chart issue week of November 24, 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:

There’s a New No.1!
Kane Brown concurrently crowns the airplay-, streaming and sales-based Hot Country Songs chart as Experiment lead single “Lose It” leapt 6-1.

“Lose” dethroned Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line’s country-pop crossover smash “Meant to Be” (Warner Bros./Big Machine Label Group), down 1-2, which debuted at the apex on Dec. 16, 2017, and spent a record 50 total weeks a No.1!

Hot County Songs
** No.1 (1 week)/ Digital Gainer/ Streaming Gainer ** “Lose It” Kane Brown
** Airplay Gainer” No.5 “Speechless” Dan + Shay
** Hot Shot Debut ** No.27 “Someone I Used To Know” Zac Brown Band  
Debut No.42 “Baby Come Back To Me” Kane Brown

Billboard Country Airplay (Chart issue week of November 24, 2018)

Jimmie Allen with “Best Shot” (Stoney Creek) rose 3-1 in its 40th week on Country Airplay. The song increased by 4 percent to 42 million audience impressions.

The 32-year-old Allen — who hails from Milton, Del. — co-wrote “Shot” with Josh Landon and JP Williams. It is the freshman single from his first LP, Mercury Lane, which debuted and peaked at No. 11 on Top Country Albums (dated Oct. 27).
“Shot” is the third debut hit to top Country Airplay in 2018, following Jordan Davis’ “Singles You Up” (April 21) and Russell Dickerson’s “Yours” (Jan. 27 and Feb. 3).

Country Airplay
*** No.1 (1 week) *** “Best Shot” Jimmie Allen 41.976 million audience (+1.478 million) / 8,046 radio plays (+322)
** Hot Shot Debut/ Most Increased Audience/ Most Added ** No.24 “Bucked Off” Brad Paisley 7.931 million audience gain thanks to 62 fresh radio commitments (ADDS).

Billboard Country Digital Singles Chart 
(Chart issue week of November 24, 2018)

The Zac Brown Band with 'Someone I Used to Know' entered Country Digital Song Sales (#8 New Entry Digital Songs;  17,000 sales) as the group’s second No.1, following “Homegrown” in 2015. The act debuted the track, which Zac Brown wrote with Shawn Mendes, among others, on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Nov. 6.
Someone I Used to Know”” was 7-places behind Ariana Grande who scored a repeat atop the Digital Song Sales chart, with 63.4 million U.S. streams (up 14 percent) and 43,000 downloads sold (down 47 percent) in the week ending Nov. 15, according to Nielsen Music.

Luke Combs with “She Got The Best Of Me” moved 3-2 (#38-17 Digital Songs).
Previous weeks No.1 Dan + Shay (Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney) with “Speechless” fell 1-3 (#20-18 Digital Songs) as “Tequila” which they performed at the 2018 CMAs rose 7-4.

Former 22 non-consecutive week No1 Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line with “Meant to Be" (Warner Bros. | BMLG) climbed 10-5 (#32 Re-Entry Digital Songs). 
Brett Young with Mercy advanced 15-6 (#40 Re-Entry Digital Songs).
Chris Stapleton with the CMA Single and Song of The Year “Broken Halos” made a re-entry at No.7 (#41 Re-Entry Digital Songs) as “Tennessee Whiskey” fell 4-9 in its 149th week (#42-45 Digital Songs).

Dierks Bentley feat. Brothers Osborne with “Burning Man” performed the song at the 52th annual Country Music Association Awards on Nov. 14, it surged by 51 percent to 7,000 sold and rose 11-8 on Country Digital Singles (#43 New Entry Digital Songs), 12-10 on Hot Country Songs. It marked Bentley’s 23rd top 10 and Brothers Osborne’s second.
Another live CMA performance propelled Kelsea Ballerini with “Miss Me More” to a re-entry at #10 (#43 Re-Entry Digital Songs).

Outside the Top 10
Jimmie Allen with “Best Shot” fell 2-11 in his 8th frame (#37-49 Digital Songs).
Mitchell Tenpenny withDrunk Mefell 6-12.  

New Entries:
Keith Urban with “Never Comin Down” made a debut at #14.
Kane Brown with “Baby Come Back To Me” arrived at #17.
Kacey Musgraves with “Slow Dance” made a bow at #22.

Country Aircheck MEDIABASE Chart

November 19, 2018

Jimmie Allen Earns First Career #1 With 'Best Shot'
Congrats to Jimmie Allen, Carson James, Byron Kennedy, Heather Propper and the Stoney Creek promotion team on landing this week’s No.1 with “Best Shot.” The song is Allen’s debut single from his first album Mercury Lane. Writers are Josh London, J.P. Williams and Allen.

Best Shot” (Stoney Creek) moved 3-1 logging 8,646 radio spins (+430), 53.812 million audience impressions (+1.899 million) with 27823 Total Points (+1375) from 155 tracking stations (155 ADDS) for the tracking week November 11 to November 17, 2018 and published chart dated November 19, 2018

In 2016, Jimmie Allen spent his last $100 to buy a ticket to the CMA Awards as a fan. Two years later, the rising country star stood on stage to present the CMA Award for Single of the Year and is currently holding the No. 1 spot at the top of the Billboard and Mediabase/Country Aircheck Country Airplay charts with his own "Best Shot," which has been the most Shazamed song in Country music for the past eight consecutive weeks. This impressive feat marks the first time a black artist has garnered a career No.1 hit with their debut single on Country radio. He joins only Darius Rucker to claim the top spot in Country with a debut single.

"If someone asked me two years ago if I thought that this would be my life today-that I'd be on the red carpet at the CMAs or my song would be the No. 1 song on country radio, I would have honestly said no," reflects Allen. "Did I think it would happen eventually? Absolutely! Just not this soon. I'm humbled and grateful- it's such an honor to get my first No. 1 and to know that my song is connecting with people and resonating in a way that hopefully makes us all better people in the end, because that's really what 'Best Shot' is all about."

Written by Allen, Josh London and JP Williams, "Best Shot" is the first single from Allen's label debut project Mercury Lane. Described as "a rare honest love song, with a catchy, melodic chorus that flirts with pop-rock power balladry" by Rolling Stone, "Best Shot" is a self-evaluation song that comes from a personal place in Allen's life and focuses on taking each day to be a better person.
 "When you're a better person, you can be a better husband, wife, parent or friend," injects Allen. "In writing this song, we just wanted to be honest with ourselves and write something that others can empathize with."

Dubbed "a self-made man" with "one of the most inspiring tales to come out of music row in the last decade" by CMT, Sounds Like Nashville declares that Allen "is on his way to becoming one of the most important young voices in country music" and Pandora states "it's only a matter of time before his is a household name."

Following an incredible co-hosting job, Allen will return for his fourth appearance (since October) on NBC's TODAY as part of Kathi Lee and Hoda's "Guys Tell All Panel" on November 28. Fans will have a chance to see Allen on the road this winter playing direct support to Scotty McCreery on his Seasons Change Tour and playing select dates on Kane Brown's Live Forever Tour.

And kudos to Josh Easler and the Arista reps on securing 65 adds on Brad Paisley’s Bucked Off”. The song topped the "Most Added" board this chart week.

Mediabase Adds (Selective)

Artist/Title (Label) TW Total Historic Adds
BRAD PAISLEY/Bucked Off (Arista)      65         65        
CARLY PEARCE/Closer To You (Big Machine)   42         47        
COLE SWINDELL/Love You Too Late (Warner Bros./WMN)        30         38        
RASCAL FLATTS/Back To Life (Big Machine)     14         122      
OLD DOMINION/Make It Sweet (RCA)    12         103      
GARTH BROOKS/Stronger Than Me (Pearl)       11         11        
BRETT YOUNG/Here Tonight (BMLGR) 10         114      
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE/Talk You Out Of It (BMLGR)   8          68        
LUKE BRYAN/What Makes You Country (Capitol)           8          149      
KEITH URBAN/Never Comin Down (Capitol)       7          131      
MICHAEL RAY/One That Got Away (Atlantic/WEA)         7          132      
JAKE OWEN/Down To The Honkytonk (Big Loud)           6          152      
CARRIE UNDERWOOD/Love Wins (Capitol)      5          129      
KELSEA BALLERINI/Miss Me More (Black River)            3          92        
PISTOL ANNIES/Got My Name Changed Back (RCA)     2          17        
JADE EAGLESON/Got Your Name On It (Universal Music Canada)         1          1         
RACHEL WAMMACK/Damage (RCA)     1          47        
RAELYNN/Tailgate (Warner Bros./WMN)            1          15        
RUNAWAY JUNE/Buy My Own Drinks (Wheelhouse)      1          85        
RUSSELL DICKERSON/Every Little Thing (Triple Tigers)            1          1         
TENILLE TOWNES/Somebody's Daughter (Columbia)    1          42        

For a detailed report check out Country Aircheck Weekly November 26, 2018; Issue 629  Magazine View  

For the very latest up to the minute Mediabase Chart (Past 7 Days) go here -

Billboard Boxscores (Selective Country concerts)

Rank Artist: #31
Event Venue City/State: Charley Pride    Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center      Midland, Texas
Dates: Nov.18, 2018 Gross Sales: $106,610 Attend: 1,439/ 1,774
Shows/ Sellouts: 1/0 (335 unsold tickets) Prices: $85, $50
Promoters: FMSquared
Latest Billboard Boxscore Chart