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Monthly Archives: July 2013

JULY 30, 2013

 

 

 

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TW

Artist Title (Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Streams

2

1

Turnpike Troubadours Before the Devil Knows We’re Dead (Bossier City)

481

482

7

-1

22

4

2

Granger Smith Silverado Bench Seat (GS)

468

459

11

+9

20

6

3

Josh Grider Summer & Sixteen (AMP)

430

444

9

-14

21

1

4

JB and the Moonshine Band The Only Drug (Average Joe’s)

427

531

12

-104

21

8

5

Mario Flores I Didn’t Pick This Life (MF)

413

412

17

+1

19

5

6

The Departed Prayer For The Lonely (Vision Ent./Underground Sound)

385

454

18

-69

19

7

7

Roger Creager For You I Do (Roger Creager Music)

357

414

11

-57

19

11

8

The Damn Quails Me And The Whiskey (598 Recordings)

343

363

22

-20

20

19

9

Rosehill Did You Ever Turn Around (Cypress Records)

337

326

13

+11

18

12

10

Uncle Lucius Keep The Wolves Away (Entertainment One Music)

337

358

20

-21

17

26

11

Josh Ward Promises (Buckshot Records)

335

289

4

+46

17

10

12

Jason Boland & the Stragglers Dark & Dirty Mile (Vision Ent./Proud Souls Ent.)

333

383

15

-50

19

3

13

William Clark Green She Likes the Beatles (Bill Grease Records)

332

466

12

-134

20

15

14

Josh Abbott Band She Will Be Free (Pretty Damn Tough Records)

325

336

7

-11

18

22

15

Aaron Watson Summertime Girl (Thirty Tigers)

321

307

7

+14

19

24

16

Curtis Grimes Home To Me (CG)

319

295

8

+24

20

13

17

Zane Williams Overnight Success (ZW)

316

353

9

-37

16

9

18

Randy Rogers Band Fuzzy (Mercury)

296

391

15

-95

17

16

19

Chris Knight Nothing On Me (Drifter’s Church Prod.)

295

335

18

-40

16

17

20

Jamie Richards Never Gonna Hear It (JR)

291

328

14

-37

16

14

21

Casey Donahew Band Whiskey Baby (Almost Country)

285

345

14

-60

17

23

22

Phil Hamilton Back of a ’73 (Winding Road)

284

305

8

-21

17

25

23

No Justice Songs on the Radio (Smith Ent.)

283

289

6

-6

18

21

24

Cody Jinks Glad to Say (CJ)

280

320

19

-40

15

18

25

Eleven Hundred Springs Anybody Going to San Antone (EHS)

278

327

17

-49

19

28

26

Chapter 11 w/Aubrey Lynn England Whiskey and You (C11)

267

273

9

-6

17

20

27

Reckless Kelly She Likes Money, He Likes Love (No Big Deal)

266

322

20

-56

14

31

28

Mark Allan Atwood Loser (MAA)

263

254

12

+9

13

29

29

Kyle Bennett Hard to Let You Go (KB)

242

269

13

-27

15

34

30

Thieving Birds In The Summer (TB)

240

232

4

+8

18

30

31

Brian Keane Easy to Say Goodbye (BK)

230

262

16

-32

16

35

32

Jenny Simms Goodbye Letter (JS)

228

231

5

-3

9

42

33

Aaron Kothmann I Can’t Take Me Anywhere (Nicol Rae Records)

212

181

3

+31

12

33

34

Mike Ryan 57 Songs (MR)

208

244

9

-36

12

41

35

George Ducas White Lines and Road Signs (GD)

207

194

4

+13

10

39

36

Sam Riggs When The Lights Go Out (SR)

206

200

6

+6

14

40

37

Brett Mullins What A Little Lonely Can Do (BM)

197

195

4

+2

11

27

38

Jeremy Steding Lyin’ (JS)

193

275

14

-82

10

37

39

Ray Johnston Band Bye Bye City Lights (RJB)

191

205

6

-14

13

38

40

TJ Broscoff This Is The Moment (BGM Records)

191

203

5

-12

10

N

41

Mark McKinney Stolen Cash (MM)

182

137

1

+45

16

N

42

Bart Crow Loving You’s A Crime (Smith Ent.)

177

115

1

+62

14

44

43

Callahan Divide Party on the River (CD)

174

165

3

+9

10

48

44

Rich O’Toole I Love You (PTO Records)

170

149

2

+21

11

N

45

John Slaughter Hasn’t Everyone (Winding Road)

170

138

1

+32

11

43

46

Brad Dunn Band Barstool (BDB)

168

173

9

-5

10

N

47

Kylie Rae Harris Slide Over (KRH)

161

143

1

+18

11

N

48

Brandon Jenkins Tattoo Tears (Smith Ent.)

154

119

1

+35

9

N

49

Bri Bagwell Hound Dog (BB)

146

135

1

+11

11

N

50

Matt Caldwell I Know Mexico (MC)

141

116

1

+25

11

N

51

Melissa Brooke Don’t Waste Your Time (BGM Records)

141

140

1

+1

9

50

52

The Beau Walker Band Lost, Lovesick and Lonely (TBWB)

141

144

2

-3

7

Copyright © 2013, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX

Album

LW

TW

Artist Title (Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

1

1

Granger Smith Silverado Bench Seat (GS)

1,216

1,298

14

-82

65

 

3

2

Turnpike Troubadours Before The Devil Knows We’re Dead (Bossier City)

1,127

1,147

8

-20

63

 

2

3

Roger Creager For You I Do (Roger Creager Music)

1,104

1,254

14

-150

67

 

6

4

Josh Grider Summer & Sixteen (AMP)

990

984

11

+6

65

 

4

5

JB and the Moonshine Band The Only Drug (Average Joe’s)

939

1,110

14

-171

58

 

9

6

Aaron Watson Summertime Girl (Thirty Tigers)

900

831

8

+69

58

 

10

7

Josh Ward Promises (Buckshot Records)

874

820

6

+54

58

 

13

8

Josh Abbott Band She Will Be Free (Pretty Damn Tough Records)

831

763

7

+68

62

 

8

9

Uncle Lucius Keep The Wolves Away (Entertainment One Music)

814

839

21

-25

50

 

7

10

The Departed Prayer for the Lonely (Vision Ent./Underground Sound)

813

883

18

-70

53

 

17

11

Curtis Grimes Home to Me (CG)

758

704

11

+54

52

 

12

12

Mario Flores I Didn’t Pick This Life (MF)

747

793

17

-46

51

 

5

13

William Clark Green She Likes The Beatles (Bill Grease Records)

697

1,099

14

-402

58

 

15

14

Zane Williams Overnight Success (ZW)

687

719

10

-32

49

 

14

15

Jason Boland & the Stragglers Dark & Dirty Mile (Vision Ent./Proud Souls Ent.)

570

720

16

-150

48

 

18

16

Ray Johnston Band Bye Bye City Lights (RJB)

552

647

13

-95

46

 

11

17

Randy Rogers Band Fuzzy (Mercury)

528

794

16

-266

43

 

22

18

Sam Riggs When The Lights Go Out (SR)

525

523

8

+2

46

 

19

19

Brian Keane Easy to Say Goodbye (BK)

521

598

18

-77

44

 

30

20

Green River Ordinance It Ain’t Love (GRO)

508

432

6

+76

44

 

21

21

Rosehill Did You Ever Turn Around (Cypress Records)

502

531

12

-29

44

 

20

22

Casey Donahew Band Whiskey Baby (Almost Country)

495

582

16

-87

40

 

24

23

Jamie Richards Never Gonna Hear It (JR)

478

496

12

-18

46

 

25

24

Phil Hamilton Back of a ’73 (Winding Road)

459

491

8

-32

47

 

16

25

Reckless Kelly She Likes Money, He Likes Love (No Big Deal)

456

709

22

-253

43

 

29

26

Chapter 11 w/Aubrey Lynn England Whiskey and You (C11)

438

439

6

-1

34

 

28

27

The Rusty Brothers Little Sister (TRB)

428

441

10

-13

34

 

35

28

Bri Bagwell Hound Dog (BB)

423

401

3

+22

44

 

32

29

Kyle Bennett Hard to Let You Go (KB)

387

421

15

-34

37

 

48

30

Matt Caldwell I Know Mexico (MC)

377

247

2

+130

35

 

40

31

Clayton Gardner Something About You (CG)

376

344

3

+32

43

 

37

32

Thieving Birds In the Summer (TB)

368

378

5

-10

42

 

36

33

No Justice Songs On The Radio (Carved Records)

368

385

4

-17

41

 

33

34

Mike Ryan 57 Songs (MR)

363

417

8

-54

36

 

N

35

Kyle Park Fit For The King (Indie/Thirty Tigers)

353

180

1

+173

36

 

31

36

Chris Knight Nothing On Me (Drifter’s Church Prod.)

347

431

17

-84

30

 

34

37

Cody Jinks Glad to Say (CJ)

340

402

11

-62

31

 

45

38

Mark McKinney Stolen Cash (MM)

338

272

2

+66

41

 

27

39

Eleven Hundred Springs Anybody Going to San Antone (EHS)

331

446

15

-115

33

 

26

40

The Damn Quails Me and the Whiskey (598 Recordings)

328

453

22

-125

37

 

N

41

John Slaughter Hasn’t Everyone (Winding Road)

294

211

1

+83

31

 

42

42

Kylie Rae Harris Slide Over (KRH)

291

299

3

-8

32

 

N

43

Bart Crow Band Loving You’s a Crime (Smith Ent.)

288

197

1

+91

33

 

41

44

Jesse Raub Jr Blame It On the Music (JR)

280

307

9

-27

21

 

43

45

Aaron Einhouse The Worst I Can Do (AE)

270

293

4

-23

30

 

N

46

Rich O’Toole I Love You (PTO Records)

256

201

1

+55

24

 

R

47

Dolly Shine Spinning My Wheels (DS)

245

209

2

+36

21

 

47

48

Callahan Divide Party on the River (CD)

244

257

3

-13

23

 

50

49

Aaron Kothmann I Can’t Take Me Anywhere (Nicol Rae Records)

233

222

2

+11

25

 

46

50

Cyrus James Lickety Split (CJ)

218

257

12

-39

27

Copyright © 2013, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX

Music Charts Magazine – BREAKING NEWS
 
Coming Soon – only to MusicChartsMagazine.com – we will show you, the reader, the listener, the true blooded music fans.. Proof without any reasonable doubt.. that for a Fact.. There Does Exist.. A Tennessee Bird Walk.
 
 
Coming soon: The Tennessee Bird Walk Discoverers get on the phone with the staff here at Music Charts Magazine and tell us their story on how they discovered these birds that are walking “all over Tennessee”,,, This interview will be audio as are our other interviews and we just know this is one interview you will want to hear. If your looking for a hot vacation spot please visit Tennessee and you never know.. maybe you will run into a Tennessee walking bird or one of these Tennessee Bird Walk Discoverers as you never know where they will be next???
 

Find out more about the Tennessee Bird Walk Coming soon to www.MusicChartsMagazine.com.


Rita Reys (born Maria Everdina Reijs; 21 December 1924 – 28 July 2013) was a jazz singer from the Netherlands.  At the 1960 French jazz festival of Juan-les-Pins, she received the title, “Europe’s first lady of jazz”.

Reys was born in Rotterdam in 1924 into an artistic family. Her father was a violin player and conductor, her mother a dancer. At home, there was virtually no jazz music. Her parents preferred light classical music, so Rita grew up with the sounds of Tchaikovsky and Chopin.  As a teenager, Rita nonetheless entered and won many local talent competitions.

In the Netherlands, Rita started to perform more regularly with the trio of pianist Pim Jacobs, whom she already knew from his playing with Wessel.  After a show in the city of Groningen, during the drive back home in a minivan, he suddenly proposed to her, while guitarist Wim Overgaauw and Pim’s brother, bassist Ruud Jacobs, were sleeping in the back. Their “marriage in jazz” even made news headlines.  On their wedding day, the mayor of Hilversum (one of the Dutch music ’headquarters’) presented the happy couple with the first copy of their album Marriage in Modern Jazz (the album that would win Rita her first Edison award).

That same year, Rita and the Pim Jacobs Trio won the Juan Les Pins Jazz Festival in France, where Rita was named Europe’s first lady of jazz, a title she would carry with grace for the rest of her career.  The 1960s ended with one of the greatest high points in Rita’s career: in 1969 she was the first Dutch jazz singer to perform at the New Orleans Jazz Festival, where she played with, among others, Zoot Sims and Milt Hinton, accompanied by Pim on piano.   She became a Citizen of Honor of New Orleans in 1980.

Read more at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rita_Reys

Eileen Brennan (September 3, 1932 – July 28, 2013) was an American actress of film, television, and theater. Brennan is best known for her role as Doreen Lewis in Private Benjamin, for which she received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. She reprised the role for the TV adaptation, winning both a Golden Globe and Emmy for her performance. She received Emmy nominations for her guest starring roles on Newhart, Thirtysomething, Taxi and Will & Grace.

Brennan was born Verla Eileen Regina Brennen on September 3, 1932 in Los Angeles, California, daughter of Regina “Jeanne” Menehan, a silent film actress, and John Gerald Brennen, a doctor. Of Irish descent, she was raised Roman Catholic.

Brennan also worked with director Robert Moore and writer Neil Simon, appearing in Murder by Death as Tess Skeffington (1976); and The Cheap Detective (1978). Both of these movies also starred James Coco, James Cromwell and Peter Falk. She had a starring role, playing ‘Mutha’ in the 1978 movie, FM, about rock radio.

In 1980, Brennan received a best supporting actress Oscar nomination for her role as Goldie Hawn’s nasty commanding officer in Private Benjamin. She reprised the role in the television adaptation (1981–1983), for which she won an Emmy (supporting actress) as well as a Golden Globe (lead actress). She has one additional Golden Globe nomination and six Emmy nominations.

Brennan received an Emmy nomination for her guest starring role in Taxi episode “Thy Boss’s Wife” (1981). Brennan guest starred on two Murder, She Wrote episodes, “Old Habits Die Hard” (1987) and “Dear Deadly” (1994), and in 1987 she also appeared in the Magnum, P.I. episode, “The Love That Lies”.

Read more at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eileen_Brennan

John Weldon Cale (December 5, 1938 – July 26, 2013), known as JJ Cale or J.J. Cale, was a Grammy Award-winning American singer-songwriter and musician. Cale was one of the originators of the Tulsa Sound, a loose genre drawing on blues, rockabilly, country, and jazz influences. Cale’s personal style has often been described as “laid back”.

Songs written by Cale that have been covered by other musicians include “After Midnight” and “Cocaine” by Eric Clapton, “Clyde” by Waylon Jennings and Dr. Hook, and “Call Me the Breeze” by Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Cale was born on December 5, 1938, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He was raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and graduated from Tulsa Central High School in 1956. Along with a number of other young Tulsa musicians, Cale moved to Los Angeles in the early 1960s, where he first worked as a studio engineer. Finding little success as a recording artist, he later returned to Tulsa and was considering giving up the music business until Clapton recorded Cale’s “After Midnight” in 1970. His first album, Naturally, established his style, described by Los Angeles Times writer Richard Cromelin as a “unique hybrid of blues, folk and jazz, marked by relaxed grooves and Cale’s fluid guitar and laconic vocals. His early use of drum machines and his unconventional mixes lend a distinctive and timeless quality to his work and set him apart from the pack of Americana roots-music purists.” In 2013 Neil Young remarked that of all the musicians he had ever heard, J.J. Cale and Jimi Hendrix were the two best electric guitar players.

Read more at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JJ_Cale

JULY 23, 2013

 

LW

TW

Artist Title (Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Streams

1

1

JB and the Moonshine Band The Only Drug (Average Joe’s)

531

544

11

-13

23

4

2

Turnpike Troubadours Before the Devil Knows We’re Dead (Bossier City)

482

461

6

+21

23

2

3

William Clark Green She Likes the Beatles (Bill Grease Records)

466

502

11

-36

23

5

4

Granger Smith Silverado Bench Seat (GS)

459

460

10

-1

20

3

5

The Departed Prayer For The Lonely (Vision Ent./Underground Sound)

454

464

17

-10

21

10

6

Josh Grider Summer & Sixteen (AMP)

444

416

8

+28

22

6

7

Roger Creager For You I Do (Roger Creager Music)

414

432

10

-18

20

11

8

Mario Flores I Didn’t Pick This Life (MF)

412

414

16

-2

21

8

9

Randy Rogers Band Fuzzy (Mercury)

391

426

14

-35

20

13

10

Jason Boland & the Stragglers Dark & Dirty Mile (Vision Ent./Proud Souls Ent.)

383

396

14

-13

22

7

11

The Damn Quails Me And The Whiskey (598 Recordings)

363

430

21

-67

21

14

12

Uncle Lucius Keep The Wolves Away (Entertainment One Music)

358

396

19

-38

17

16

13

Zane Williams Overnight Success (ZW)

353

347

8

+6

17

12

14

Casey Donahew Band Whiskey Baby (Almost Country)

345

407

13

-62

17

17

15

Josh Abbott Band She Will Be Free (Pretty Damn Tough Records)

336

330

6

+6

19

19

16

Chris Knight Nothing On Me (Drifter’s Church Prod.)

335

322

17

+13

18

20

17

Jamie Richards Never Gonna Hear It (JR)

328

320

13

+8

16

9

18

Eleven Hundred Springs Anybody Going to San Antone (EHS)

327

424

16

-97

20

18

19

Rosehill Did You Ever Turn Around (Cypress Records)

326

323

12

+3

18

15

20

Reckless Kelly She Likes Money, He Likes Love (No Big Deal)

322

395

19

-73

17

23

21

Cody Jinks Glad to Say (CJ)

320

293

18

+27

16

22

22

Aaron Watson Summertime Girl (Thirty Tigers)

307

295

6

+12

20

21

23

Phil Hamilton Back of a ’73 (Winding Road)

305

310

7

-5

18

26

24

Curtis Grimes Home To Me (CG)

295

285

7

+10

20

31

25

No Justice Songs on the Radio (Smith Ent.)

289

258

5

+31

20

28

26

Josh Ward Promises (Buckshot Records)

289

272

3

+17

18

25

27

Jeremy Steding Lyin’ (JS)

275

287

13

-12

16

30

28

Chapter 11 w/Aubrey Lynn England Whiskey and You (C11)

273

271

8

+2

16

29

29

Kyle Bennett Hard to Let You Go (KB)

269

272

12

-3

17

24

30

Brian Keane Easy to Say Goodbye (BK)

262

287

15

-25

18

33

31

Mark Allan Atwood Loser (MAA)

254

236

11

+18

13

27

32

Cody Johnson I Don’t Care About You (CJB)

244

273

20

-29

16

34

33

Mike Ryan 57 Songs (MR)

244

226

8

+18

13

36

34

Thieving Birds In The Summer (TB)

232

211

3

+21

17

32

35

Jenny Simms Goodbye Letter (JS)

231

239

4

-8

9

35

36

Deryl Dodd Somethin’ Ain’t Always Better Than Nothin’ (Smith Ent.)

210

222

16

-12

12

38

37

Ray Johnston Band Bye Bye City Lights (RJB)

205

205

5

—–

13

37

38

TJ Broscoff This Is The Moment (BGM Records)

203

207

4

-4

10

44

39

Sam Riggs When The Lights Go Out (SR)

200

183

5

+17

14

41

40

Brett Mullins What A Little Lonely Can Do (BM)

195

190

3

+5

11

40

41

George Ducas White Lines and Road Signs (GD)

194

193

3

+1

10

47

42

Aaron Kothmann I Can’t Take Me Anywhere (Nicol Rae Records)

181

164

2

+17

10

39

43

Brad Dunn Band Barstool (BDB)

173

202

8

-29

12

49

44

Callahan Divide Party on the River (CD)

165

158

2

+7

9

48

45

Tejas Brothers Don’t Be So Mean (TB)

158

162

5

-4

11

N

46

Austin Allsup In This Deep (AA)

150

111

1

+39

8

42

47

The Statesboro Revue Fade My Shade Of Black (Vision Ent./Shalley Records)

150

190

22

-40

8

N

48

Rich O’Toole I Love You (PTO Records)

149

140

1

+9

9

46

49

Cameran Nelson Happy to Beer (CN)

144

166

14

-22

10

N

50

The Beau Walker Band Lost, Lovesick and Lonely (TBWB)

144

113

1

+31

7

Copyright © 2013, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX

Album

LW

TW

Artist Title (Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

3

1

Granger Smith Silverado Bench Seat (GS)

1,298

1,289

13

+9

71

 

1

2

Roger Creager For You I Do (Roger Creager Music)

1,254

1,324

13

-70

72

 

4

3

Turnpike Troubadours Before The Devil Knows We’re Dead (Bossier City)

1,147

1,121

7

+26

68

 

5

4

JB and the Moonshine Band The Only Drug (Average Joe’s)

1,110

1,104

13

+6

67

 

2

5

William Clark Green She Likes The Beatles (Bill Grease Records)

1,099

1,300

13

-201

71

 

9

6

Josh Grider Summer & Sixteen (AMP)

984

941

10

+43

68

 

6

7

The Departed Prayer for the Lonely (Vision Ent./Underground Sound)

883

1,002

17

-119

58

 

10

8

Uncle Lucius Keep The Wolves Away (Entertainment One Music)

839

932

20

-93

54

 

13

9

Aaron Watson Summertime Girl (Thirty Tigers)

831

766

7

+65

56

 

12

10

Josh Ward Promises (Buckshot Records)

820

773

5

+47

59

 

7

11

Randy Rogers Band Fuzzy (Mercury)

794

958

15

-164

52

 

14

12

Mario Flores I Didn’t Pick This Life (MF)

793

765

16

+28

55

 

19

13

Josh Abbott Band She Will Be Free (Pretty Damn Tough Records)

763

723

6

+40

61

 

8

14

Jason Boland & the Stragglers Dark & Dirty Mile (Vision Ent./Proud Souls Ent.)

720

943

15

-223

56

 

15

15

Zane Williams Overnight Success (ZW)

719

765

9

-46

52

 

11

16

Reckless Kelly She Likes Money, He Likes Love (No Big Deal)

709

887

21

-178

55

 

18

17

Curtis Grimes Home to Me (CG)

704

741

10

-37

51

 

17

18

Ray Johnston Band Bye Bye City Lights (RJB)

647

742

12

-95

51

 

22

19

Brian Keane Easy to Say Goodbye (BK)

598

670

17

-72

48

 

16

20

Casey Donahew Band Whiskey Baby (Almost Country)

582

764

15

-182

46

 

26

21

Rosehill Did You Ever Turn Around (Cypress Records)

531

539

11

-8

45

 

25

22

Sam Riggs When The Lights Go Out (SR)

523

550

7

-27

44

 

23

23

Cody Johnson I Don’t Care About You (CJB)

511

619

21

-108

44

 

29

24

Jamie Richards Never Gonna Hear It (JR)

496

464

11

+32

46

 

27

25

Phil Hamilton Back of a ’73 (Winding Road)

491

514

7

-23

50

 

21

26

The Damn Quails Me and the Whiskey (598 Recordings)

453

677

21

-224

45

 

20

27

Eleven Hundred Springs Anybody Going to San Antone (EHS)

446

698

14

-252

43

 

35

28

The Rusty Brothers Little Sister (TRB)

441

410

9

+31

34

 

33

29

Chapter 11 w/Aubrey Lynn England Whiskey and You (C11)

439

427

5

+12

32

 

32

30

Green River Ordinance It Ain’t Love (Good Time Entertainment)

432

435

5

-3

42

 

30

31

Chris Knight Nothing On Me (Drifter’s Church Prod.)

431

464

16

-33

35

 

34

32

Kyle Bennett Hard to Let You Go (KB)

421

423

14

-2

43

 

36

33

Mike Ryan 57 Songs (MR)

417

400

7

+17

39

 

37

34

Cody Jinks Glad to Say (CJ)

402

386

10

+16

36

 

42

35

Bri Bagwell Hound Dog (BB)

401

332

2

+69

40

 

40

36

No Justice Songs On The Radio (Carved Records)

385

354

3

+31

44

 

31

37

Thieving Birds In the Summer (TB)

378

440

4

-62

44

 

39

38

Jeremy Steding Lyin’ (JS)

366

377

12

-11

38

 

38

39

Deryl Dodd Somethin’ Ain’t Always Better Than Nothin’ (Smith Ent.)

359

383

18

-24

34

 

47

40

Clayton Gardner Something About You (CG)

344

305

2

+39

39

 

44

41

Jesse Raub Jr Blame It On the Music (JR)

307

310

8

-3

24

 

48

42

Kylie Rae Harris Slide Over (KRH)

299

297

2

+2

30

 

41

43

Aaron Einhouse The Worst I Can Do (AE)

293

335

3

-42

32

 

43

44

Mark Allan Atwood Loser (MAA)

288

318

5

-30

28

Photo

Coming

 Soon

N

45

Mark McKinney Stolen Cash (MM)

272

233

1

+39

35

 

46

46

Cyrus James Lickety Split (CJ)

257

306

11

-49

29

 

45

47

Callahan Divide Party on the River (CD)

257

310

2

-53

24

Photo

Coming

Soon

N

48

Matt Caldwell I Know Mexico (MC)

247

228

1

+19

25

 

49

49

Tejas Brothers Don’t Be So Mean (TB)

227

270

12

-43

31

 

N

50

Aaron Kothmann I Can’t Take Me Anywhere (Nicol Rae Records)

222

200

1

+22

24

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Album

LW

TW
Artist Title (Label)
TW SPINS
LW SPINS
Weeks on Chart
Spin +/-
Stations
 
4
1
Roger Creager For You I Do (Roger Creager Music)
1,324
1,225
12
+99
70
 
1
2
William Clark Green She Likes The Beatles (Bill Grease Records)
1,300
1,387
12
-87
72
 
3
3
Granger Smith Silverado Bench Seat (GS)
1,289
1,292
12
-3
68
 
13
4
Turnpike Troubadours Before The Devil Knows We’re Dead (Bossier City)
1,121
868
6
+253
67
 
10
5
JB and the Moonshine Band The Only Drug (Average Joe’s)
1,104
1,005
12
+99
67
 
7
6
The Departed Prayer for the Lonely (Vision Ent./Underground Sound)
1,002
1,079
16
-77
57
 
2
7
Randy Rogers Band Fuzzy (Mercury)
958
1,334
14
-376
56
 
6
8
Jason Boland & the Stragglers Dark & Dirty Mile (Vision Ent./Proud Souls Ent.)
943
1,136
14
-193
60
 
11
9
Josh Grider Summer & Sixteen (AMP)
941
900
9
+41
65
 
8
10
Uncle Lucius Keep The Wolves Away (Entertainment One Music)
932
1,019
19
-87
55
 
9
11
Reckless Kelly She Likes Money, He Likes Love (No Big Deal)
887
1,013
20
-126
63
 
23
12
Josh Ward Promises (Buckshot Records)
773
651
4
+122
53
 
25
13
Aaron Watson Summertime Girl (Thirty Tigers)
766
621
6
+145
55
 
16
14
Mario Flores I Didn’t Pick This Life (MF)
765
778
15
-13
54
 
19
15
Zane Williams Overnight Success (ZW)
765
734
8
+31
51
 
5
16
Casey Donahew Band Whiskey Baby (Almost Country)
764
1,168
14
-404
53
 
14
17
Ray Johnston Band Bye Bye City Lights (RJB)
742
818
11
-76
54
 
26
18
Curtis Grimes Home to Me (CG)
741
608
9
+133
49
 
20
19
Josh Abbott Band She Will Be Free (Pretty Damn Tough Records)
723
688
5
+35
57
 
15
20
Eleven Hundred Springs Anybody Going to San Antone (EHS)
698
817
13
-119
52
 
12
21
The Damn Quails Me and the Whiskey (598 Recordings)
677
878
20
-201
50
 
21
22
Brian Keane Easy to Say Goodbye (BK)
670
678
16
-8
49
 
17
23
Cody Johnson I Don’t Care About You (CJB)
619
758
20
-139
48
 
18
24
The Statesboro Revue Fade My Shade of Black (Vision Ent./Shalley Records)
556
744
20
-188
43
 
35
25
Sam Riggs When The Lights Go Out (SR)
550
411
6
+139
42
 
28
26
Rosehill Did You Ever Turn Around (Cypress Records)
539
552
10
-13
42
 
29
27
Phil Hamilton Back of a ’73 (Winding Road)
514
525
6
-11
47
 
24
28
Hudson Moore Doin’ Just Fine (Vision Ent.)
476
626
17
-150
40
 
32
29
Jamie Richards Never Gonna Hear It (JR)
464
456
10
+8
44
 
30
30
Chris Knight Nothing On Me (Drifter’s Church Prod.)
464
502
15
-38
33
 
41
31
Thieving Birds In the Summer (TB)
440
388
3
+52
46
 
37
32
Green River Ordinance It Ain’t Love (Good Time Entertainment)
435
404
4
+31
39
 
43
33
Chapter 11 w/Aubrey Lynn England Whiskey and You (C11)
427
377
4
+50
31
 
31
34
Kyle Bennett Hard to Let You Go (KB)
423
460
13
-37
42
 
40
35
The Rusty Brothers Little Sister (TRB)
410
397
8
+13
33
 
33
36
Mike Ryan 57 Songs (MR)
400
436
6
-36
38
 
45
37
Cody Jinks Glad to Say (CJ)
386
358
9
+28
35
 
27
38
Deryl Dodd Somethin’ Ain’t Always Better Than Nothin’ (Smith Ent.)
383
582
17
-199
36
 
34
39
Jeremy Steding Lyin’ (JS)
377
433
11
-56
39
 
48
40
No Justice Songs On The Radio (Carved Records)
354
341
2
+13
40
 
50
41
Aaron Einhouse The Worst I Can Do (AE)
335
287
2
+48
33
 
N
42
Bri Bagwell Hound Dog (BB)
332
202
1
+130
31
 
44
43
Mark Allan Atwood Loser (MAA)
318
362
4
-44
28
 
46
44
Jesse Raub Jr Blame It On the Music (JR)
310
356
7
-46
25
 
N
45
Callahan Divide Party on the River (CD)
310
268
1
+42
22
 
39
46
Cyrus James Lickety Split (CJ)
306
401
10
-95
31
 
N
47
Clayton Gardner Something About You (CG)
305
235
1
+70
35
 
N
48
Kylie Rae Harris Slide Over (KRH)
297
234
1
+63
25
 
36
49
Tejas Brothers Don’t Be So Mean (TB)
270
409
11
-139
33
 
N
50
Dolly Shine Spinning My Wheels (DS)
260
251
1
+9
17

Copyright © 2013, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Friday, July 19, 2013) – Country singer/songwriter Chuck Wicks will debut his brand new music video for “Salt Life” today on CMT Pure, CMT Mobile and CMT.com. The exclusive premiere was directed by Marcel Chagnon and shot in Destin, Fla. The video can be viewed here.  
 
“Salt life” is the first single from Wicks’ EP Rough, released in April. Wicks partnered with the ocean lifestyle brand, Salt Life, to give 20,000 fans a complimentary copy of Rough with their purchase of Salt Life branded products. 
 
“Salt Life is the ultimate lifestyle! I’ve lived it since I was a kid growing up near Dewey Beach in Delaware every Summer,” says Wicks. “I believe we captured the love for summertime, beach, fishing and just plain having a good time with this video and song.”
 
Wicks is also a co-host of Cumulus’ “America’s Morning Show” on New York City’s NASH FM 94.7 alongside Blair Garner, Terri Clark, Sunny Sweeney and Lee Ann Womack. The show airs live from Nashville from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. ET every weekday. 
 
For more information, please visit www.chuckwicks.com.  Follow him on Facebook @ChuckWicks and on Twitter @ChuckWicksMusic.

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