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Monthly Archives: August 2013

About Fred’s Country program:

Le program Fred’s Country: La musique Country de Tradition avec Frederic (Fred) Moreau. Le program Fred’s Country est diffusé sur 65 fréquences FM, 54 radios ou webradios.

Radio Show Host: Fred Moreau

Program Fred’s Country w35-13 30 août 2013 à 15:00

 

 

Music Charts Magazine is proud to be friends with Mr. Moreau and glad to now be one of the many to host Program Fred’s Country. ( French/English)

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AUGUST 27, 2013

 

 

 

LW

 

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Streams

1

1

Turnpike Troubadours

Before the Devil Knows We’re Dead

(Bossier City)

502

512

11

-10

23

9

2

Chapter 11 w/Aubrey Lynn England

Whiskey and You

(C11)

448

362

13

+86

19

5

3

Josh Ward

Promises

(Buckshot Records)

430

399

8

+31

18

3

4

Zane Williams

Overnight Success

(ZW)

408

404

13

+4

17

6

5

Phil Hamilton

Back of a ’73

(Winding Road)

397

378

12

+19

18

2

6

Josh Grider

Summer & Sixteen

(AMP)

382

457

13

-75

19

4

7

Granger Smith

Silverado Bench Seat

(GS)

367

400

15

-33

18

8

8

Josh Abbott Band

She Will Be Free

(Pretty Damn Tough Records)

361

364

11

-3

19

12

9

Aaron Watson

Summertime Girl

(Thirty Tigers)

357

344

11

+13

18

11

10

Curtis Grimes

Home To Me

(CG)

347

348

12

-1

20

13

11

Roger Creager

For You I Do

(Roger Creager Music)

333

343

15

-10

18

18

12

No Justice

Songs on the Radio

(Smith Ent.)

318

308

10

+10

20

15

13

Jamie Richards

Never Gonna Hear It

(JR)

309

331

18

-22

16

29

14

Will Hoge

Strong

(WH)

293

250

4

+43

16

10

15

The Departed

Prayer For The Lonely

(Vision Ent./Underground Sound)

291

356

22

-65

14

24

16

Sam Riggs

When The Lights Go Out

(SR)

277

269

10

+8

16

17

17

JB and the Moonshine Band

The Only Drug

(Average Joe’s)

274

310

16

-36

17

22

18

Rich O’Toole

I Love You

(PTO Records)

272

276

6

-4

18

14

19

William Clark Green

She Likes the Beatles

(Bill Grease Records)

272

332

16

-60

17

7

20

Rosehill

Did You Ever Turn Around

(Cypress Records)

270

378

17

-108

15

26

21

Thieving Birds

In The Summer

(TB)

268

259

8

+9

18

30

22

Mark McKinney

Stolen Cash

(MM)

254

239

5

+15

17

19

23

Uncle Lucius

Keep The Wolves Away

(Entertainment One Music)

253

296

24

-43

12

23

24

Mike Ryan

57 Songs

(MR)

234

271

13

-37

13

49

25

Cody Johnson

Ride With Me

(CJB)

230

163

2

+67

16

44

26

Kyle Park

Fit For The King

(Indie/Thirty Tigers)

229

177

3

+52

17

37

27

Bri Bagwell

Hound Dog

(BB)

219

204

5

+15

13

28

28

Bart Crow

Loving You’s A Crime

(Smith Ent.)

210

251

5

-41

16

31

29

Brian Keane

Easy to Say Goodbye

(BK)

210

225

20

-15

13

39

30

Six Market Blvd.

Mailbox

(Vision Ent.)

206

199

4

+7

13

35

31

Brandon Jenkins

Tattoo Tears

(Smith Ent.)

202

211

5

-9

13

N

32

Green River Ordinance

It Ain’t Love

(GRO)

201

151

1

+50

12

27

33

Aaron Kothmann

I Can’t Take Me Anywhere

(Nicol Rae Records)

200

254

7

-54

11

36

34

TJ Broscoff

This Is The Moment

(BGM Records)

198

209

9

-11

12

33

35

The Damn Quails

Me And The Whiskey

(598 Recordings)

196

218

26

-22

9

16

36

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Dark & Dirty Mile

(Vision Ent./Proud Souls Ent.)

195

312

19

-117

11

21

37

Chris Knight

Nothing On Me

(Drifter’s Church Prod.)

195

281

22

-86

8

42

38

John David Kent

Until We Turn Around

(Blackland/Roustabout)

194

187

3

+7

12

34

39

George Ducas

White Lines and Road Signs

(GD)

193

216

8

-23

10

20

40

Mario Flores

I Didn’t Pick This Life

(MF)

191

292

21

-101

12

43

41

John Slaughter

Hasn’t Everyone

(Winding Road)

190

182

5

+8

12

38

42

Chris Brazeal Band

Sounds Like Home

(CBB)

189

204

3

-15

11

N

43

Reckless Kelly

The Last Goodbye

(No Big Deal)

187

148

1

+39

15

41

44

Brett Mullins

What A Little Lonely Can Do

(BM)

183

188

8

-5

10

47

45

Clayton Gardner

Something About You

(CG)

180

170

4

+10

16

40

46

Kyle Bennett

Hard to Let You Go

(KB)

178

194

17

-16

12

R

47

Austin Allsup

In This Deep

(AA)

173

158

2

+15

9

N

48

Dolly Shine

Spinning My Wheels

(DS)

161

160

1

+1

8

R

49

Kylie Rae Harris

Slide Over

(KRH)

153

147

2

+6

12

46

50

Melissa Brooke

Don’t Waste Your Time

(BGM Records)

150

171

5

-21

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

 

4

1

Josh Ward

Promises

(Buckshot Records)

1,155

1,003

10

+152

67

 

3

2

Aaron Watson

Summertime Girl

(Thirty Tigers)

1,131

1,032

12

+99

68

 

2

3

Josh Grider

Summer & Sixteen

(AMP)

1,021

1,172

15

-151

65

 

6

4

Zane Williams

Overnight Success

(ZW)

975

885

14

+90

61

 

9

5

Phil Hamilton

Back of a ’73

(Winding Road)

968

805

12

+163

68

 

1

6

Turnpike Troubadours

Before The Devil Knows We’re Dead

(Bossier City)

940

1,175

12

-235

59

 

5

7

Josh Abbott Band

She Will Be Free

(Pretty Damn Tough Records)

928

906

11

+22

64

 

10

8

Curtis Grimes

Home to Me

(CG)

876

805

15

+71

56

 

11

9

Chapter 11 w/Aubrey Lynn England

Whiskey and You

(C11)

855

705

10

+150

50

 

7

10

Roger Creager

For You I Do

(Roger Creager Music)

768

861

18

-93

50

 

16

11

Cody Johnson

Ride With Me

(CJB)

758

595

4

+163

59

 

8

12

Granger Smith

Silverado Bench Seat

(GS)

754

840

18

-86

52

 

12

13

Green River Ordinance

It Ain’t Love

(GRO)

731

630

10

+101

52

 

21

14

Kyle Park

Fit For The King

(Indie/Thirty Tigers)

683

538

5

+145

62

 

26

15

Will Hoge

Strong

(WH)

670

510

4

+160

51

 

14

16

Sam Riggs

When The Lights Go Out

(SR)

619

618

12

+1

50

 

29

17

No Justice

Songs On The Radio

(Carved Records)

611

489

8

+122

51

 

19

18

Mark McKinney

Stolen Cash

(MM)

607

556

6

+51

53

 

22

19

Bri Bagwell

Hound Dog

(BB)

607

535

7

+72

51

 

30

20

John Slaughter

Hasn’t Everyone

(Winding Road)

572

459

5

+113

42

 

20

21

Jamie Richards

Never Gonna Hear It

(JR)

568

551

16

+17

49

 

23

22

Rosehill

Did You Ever Turn Around

(Cypress Records)

556

518

16

+38

42

 

31

23

Reckless Kelly

The Last Goodbye

(No Big Deal)

546

456

4

+90

55

 

18

24

Brian Keane

Easy to Say Goodbye

(BK)

541

564

22

-23

43

 

17

25

JB and the Moonshine Band

The Only Drug

(Average Joe’s)

520

580

18

-60

41

 

28

26

Mike Ryan

57 Songs

(MR)

518

498

12

+20

43

 

13

27

William Clark Green

She Likes The Beatles

(Bill Grease Records)

511

620

18

-109

46

 

27

28

Thieving Birds

In the Summer

(TB)

509

504

9

+5

45

 

33

29

Rich O’Toole

I Love You

(PTO Records)

506

423

5

+83

45

 

34

30

Clayton Gardner

Something About You

(CG)

488

413

7

+75

44

 

32

31

Matt Caldwell

I Know Mexico

(MC)

481

428

6

+53

43

 

37

32

The Rusty Brothers

Little Sister

(TRB)

449

373

14

+76

35

 

36

33

Bart Crow

Loving You’s a Crime

(Smith Ent.)

447

388

5

+59

43

 

41

34

TJ Broscoff

This is the Moment

(BGM Records)

421

323

3

+98

36

 

38

35

John David Kent

Until We Turn Around

(Blackland/Roustabout)

398

370

4

+28

39

 

35

36

Brandon Jenkins

Tattoo Tears

(Smith Ent.)

395

410

4

-15

40

 

15

37

Mario Flores

I Didn’t Pick This Life

(MF)

393

618

21

-225

35

 

25

38

Uncle Lucius

Keep The Wolves Away

(Entertainment One Music)

367

513

25

-146

31

 

44

39

Six Market Blvd.

Mailbox

(Vision Ent.)

358

304

2

+54

34

 

24

40

The Departed

Prayer for the Lonely

(Vision Ent./Underground Sound)

352

518

22

-166

30

 

42

41

Aaron Einhouse

The Worst I Can Do

(AE)

345

322

8

+23

33

 

49

42

Taylor Hodak Band

Good Man

(THB)

340

267

3

+73

33

 

46

43

Kylie Rae Harris

Slide Over

(KRH)

319

300

7

+19

36

 

45

44

Callahan Divide

Party on the River

(CD)

303

304

7

-1

25

 

43

45

Aaron Kothmann

I Can’t Take Me Anywhere

(Nicol Rae Records)

302

313

6

-11

26

 

N

46

Rankin Twins

Jezebel

(RT)

298

169

1

+129

26

 

50

47

Charlie Montague

Beautiful Noise

(CM)

296

262

2

+34

32

 

47

48

Dolly Shine

Spinning My Wheels

(DS)

294

278

4

+16

20

 

N

49

Shane Smith & The Saints

Coast

(SSS)

277

210

1

+67

32

 

N

50

LiveWire

Whiskey Sunday

(Way Out West Records)

274

228

1

+46

26

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

William Froug (May 26, 1922 – August 25, 2013) was an Emmy award-winning American television writer and producer. His producing credits include the series The Twilight Zone, Gilligan’s Island and Bewitched. In addition he wrote teleplays for The Dick Powell Show, Charlie’s Angels and The New Twilight Zone. He authored numerous books on screenwriting, including Screenwriting Tricks of the Trade, Zen and the Art of Screenwriting I and II, The Screenwriter Looks at The Screenwriter and How I Escaped from Gilligan’s Island: Adventures of a Hollywood Writer-Producer, published in 2005 by the University of Wisconsin Press.

William Froug was born in Brooklyn borough of New York City in May 1922 and placed for adoption through the Louise Wise agency there. Soon after he was adopted by William and Rita Froug of Little Rock, Arkansas where he spent his childhood before the family moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma (Froug’s Department Stores). He graduated from Little Rock Senior High School in 1939. The family home of Froug’s grandfather, Abraham Froug, has been preserved as a Historic Home and is located adjacent to the Governor’s Mansion in the Little Rock Historic District.

Froug attended, and graduated from, the renowned Journalism School at the University of Missouri, Columbia in 1943 before enlisting in the U.S. Navy. He was selected for the V7 Navy Officer Training Program at Columbia University and graduated as one of the “90 Day Wonder’s”. He served as an officer aboard a Subchaser stationed at Pearl Harbor before taking command of his own ship, USS PC800, in 1945 at Eniwetok Atoll.

For decades, Froug’s books were used as textbooks in film schools around the World. In, “The Ultimate Writer’s Guide to Hollywood”, the author, Skip Press, describes “Screenwriting Tricks of the Trade” as, “one of the best screenwriting books I’ve ever read” and in his “Top 10 Hollywood Reads”. He taught advanced screening writing courses in several countries in addition to colleges in Hawaii and Florida after his retirement. He found much joy in mentoring and was proud of the success of so many of his students.

Roger Ebert once wrote of Froug, ” I know an old writer. His name is William Froug, he lives in Florida and if you look him up on Amazon, you will see he is still writing brilliant and useful books about screenwriting and teleplays. He is not merely as sharp as a tack, he is the standard by which they sharpen tacks. If he had been advising the kid, the kid would have made a better movie, and if he had been advising the director of, “The Man in the Chair” we would have been spared the current experience. Just because you’re old doesn’t mean you have to be a decrepit caricature. One thing that keeps Froug young is that, unlike Flash Madden, he almost certainly does not sit on an expressway overpass guzzling Jack Daniels from a pint bottle”.

In 2011, Froug was selected as one of the Emmy Legends of Television by the Archive of American Television. His interview is available online at EmmyLegends.org

Bill Froug was a multi-talented, highly successful and creative presence across the many mediums of, Radio, Television and Film and an effective and talented educator and mentor during his years of teaching. He made a difference and a large contribution.

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

Julia Ann “Julie” Harris (December 2, 1925 – August 24, 2013) was an American stage, screen, and television actress. She won five Tony Awards, three Emmy Awards and a Grammy Award, and was nominated for an Academy Award. In 1994, she was awarded the National Medal of Arts. She was a member of the American Theatre Hall of Fame and received the 2002 Special Lifetime Achievement Tony Award.

Harris’s screen debut was in 1952, repeating her Broadway success as the monumentally lonely teenage girl Frankie in Carson McCullers’ The Member of the Wedding, for which she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress. That film also preserves the original Broadway cast performances of Ethel Waters and Brandon deWilde. That same year, she won her first Best Actress Tony for originating the role of insouciant Sally Bowles in I Am a Camera, the stage version of Christopher Isherwood’s Goodbye to Berlin (later adapted as the musical Cabaret on Broadway in 1966 and, in the 1972 film, with Liza Minnelli as Sally Bowles). Harris repeated her stage role in the film version of I Am a Camera (1955). She also appeared in such films as East of Eden (also 1955), with James Dean (with whom she became close friends), Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962), with Paul Newman in the private-detective film Harper (1966), and Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967).

Harris played the ethereal Eleanor Lance in The Haunting (1963), director Robert Wise’s screen adaptation of a novel by Shirley Jackson, a classic film of the horror genre. Another cast member recalled Harris maintaining a social distance from the other actors while not on set, later explaining that she had done so as a method of emphasizing the alienation from the other characters experienced by her character in the film.

She reprised her Tony-winning role as Mary Todd Lincoln in 1973’s play The Last of Mrs. Lincoln in the film version, which appeared in 1976. Another noteworthy film appearance was in the World War II drama The Hiding Place (1975).

Harris received ten Tony Award nominations, more than any other performer. She also held the record for most Tony wins (five) until Angela Lansbury tied her in 2009. Lansbury and Audra McDonald are the only other performers to have had five acting Tony Award wins. In 1966, Harris won the Sarah Siddons Award for her work in Chicago theatre. Her Broadway credits include The Playboy of the Western World, Macbeth, The Member of the Wedding, A Shot in the Dark, Skyscraper, And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, Forty Carats, The Glass Menagerie, A Doll’s House and The Gin Game.

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

About Fred’s Country program:

Le program Fred’s Country: La musique Country de Tradition avec Frederic (Fred) Moreau. Le program Fred’s Country est diffusé sur 65 fréquences FM, 54 radios ou webradios.

Radio Show Host: Fred Moreau

Program Fred’s Country w34-13

 

 

Music Charts Magazine is proud to be friends with Mr. Moreau and glad to now be one of the many to host Program Fred’s Country. ( French/English)

Radio Program “Fred’s Country” – Now at Music Charts Magazine!

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

AUGUST 20, 2013

 

 

 

LW

 

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Streams

1

1

Turnpike Troubadours

Before the Devil Knows We’re Dead

(Bossier City)

512

543

10

-31

22

2

2

Josh Grider

Summer & Sixteen

(AMP)

457

511

12

-54

20

8

3

Zane Williams

Overnight Success

(ZW)

404

390

12

+14

17

3

4

Granger Smith

Silverado Bench Seat

(GS)

400

459

14

-59

19

6

5

Josh Ward

Promises

(Buckshot Records)

399

393

7

+6

18

14

6

Phil Hamilton

Back of a ’73

(Winding Road)

378

363

11

+15

17

5

7

Rosehill

Did You Ever Turn Around

(Cypress Records)

378

404

16

-26

17

10

8

Josh Abbott Band

She Will Be Free

(Pretty Damn Tough Records)

364

386

10

-22

19

11

9

Chapter 11 w/Aubrey Lynn England

Whiskey and You

(C11)

362

375

12

-13

17

16

10

The Departed

Prayer For The Lonely

(Vision Ent./Underground Sound)

356

340

21

+16

15

12

11

Curtis Grimes

Home To Me

(CG)

348

374

11

-26

20

13

12

Aaron Watson

Summertime Girl

(Thirty Tigers)

344

371

10

-27

19

9

13

Roger Creager

For You I Do

(Roger Creager Music)

343

386

14

-43

17

20

14

William Clark Green

She Likes the Beatles

(Bill Grease Records)

332

316

15

+16

19

15

15

Jamie Richards

Never Gonna Hear It

(JR)

331

347

17

-16

17

19

16

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Dark & Dirty Mile

(Vision Ent./Proud Souls Ent.)

312

322

18

-10

17

7

17

JB and the Moonshine Band

The Only Drug

(Average Joe’s)

310

390

15

-80

18

21

18

No Justice

Songs on the Radio

(Smith Ent.)

308

310

9

-2

20

17

19

Uncle Lucius

Keep The Wolves Away

(Entertainment One Music)

296

333

23

-37

14

4

20

Mario Flores

I Didn’t Pick This Life

(MF)

292

444

20

-152

16

24

21

Chris Knight

Nothing On Me

(Drifter’s Church Prod.)

281

277

21

+4

11

22

22

Rich O’Toole

I Love You

(PTO Records)

276

291

5

-15

19

25

23

Mike Ryan

57 Songs

(MR)

271

276

12

-5

15

23

24

Sam Riggs

When The Lights Go Out

(SR)

269

288

9

-19

16

18

25

Cody Jinks

Glad to Say

(CJ)

269

326

22

-57

13

26

26

Thieving Birds

In The Summer

(TB)

259

265

7

-6

18

29

27

Aaron Kothmann

I Can’t Take Me Anywhere

(Nicol Rae Records)

254

243

6

+11

13

28

28

Bart Crow

Loving You’s A Crime

(Smith Ent.)

251

251

4

—–

19

33

29

Will Hoge

Strong

(WH)

250

226

3

+24

16

32

30

Mark McKinney

Stolen Cash

(MM)

239

229

4

+10

18

27

31

Brian Keane

Easy to Say Goodbye

(BK)

225

259

19

-34

15

36

32

Randy Rogers Band

Fuzzy

(Mercury)

222

209

18

+13

9

34

33

The Damn Quails

Me And The Whiskey

(598 Recordings)

218

223

25

-5

10

39

34

George Ducas

White Lines and Road Signs

(GD)

216

207

7

+9

12

43

35

Brandon Jenkins

Tattoo Tears

(Smith Ent.)

211

188

4

+23

13

35

36

TJ Broscoff

This Is The Moment

(BGM Records)

209

213

8

-4

11

40

37

Bri Bagwell

Hound Dog

(BB)

204

197

4

+7

13

48

38

Chris Brazeal Band

Sounds Like Home

(CBB)

204

175

2

+29

11

38

39

Six Market Blvd.

Mailbox

(Vision Ent.)

199

208

3

-9

13

30

40

Kyle Bennett

Hard to Let You Go

(KB)

194

237

16

-43

13

37

41

Brett Mullins

What A Little Lonely Can Do

(BM)

188

209

7

-21

10

42

42

John David Kent

Until We Turn Around

(Blackland/Roustabout)

187

191

2

-4

12

45

43

John Slaughter

Hasn’t Everyone

(Winding Road)

182

182

4

—–

12

44

44

Kyle Park

Fit For The King

(Indie/Thirty Tigers)

177

186

2

-9

16

R

45

Callahan Divide

Party on the River

(CD)

173

170

5

+3

9

47

46

Melissa Brooke

Don’t Waste Your Time

(BGM Records)

171

179

4

-8

8

46

47

Clayton Gardner

Something About You

(CG)

170

180

3

-10

14

R

48

Hogg Maulies

Voodoo Girl

(HM)

170

168

2

+2

9

N

49

Cody Johnson

Ride With Me

(CJB)

163

96

1

+67

13

N

50

Saints Eleven

Man In The Water

(SE)

162

162

1

—–

10

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Album

LW

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

2

1

Turnpike Troubadours

Before The Devil Knows We’re Dead

(Bossier City)

1,175

1,146

11

+29

65

 

1

2

Josh Grider

Summer & Sixteen

(AMP)

1,172

1,258

14

-86

69

 

5

3

Aaron Watson

Summertime Girl

(Thirty Tigers)

1,032

999

11

+33

65

 

4

4

Josh Ward

Promises

(Buckshot Records)

1,003

1,004

9

-1

64

 

7

5

Josh Abbott Band

She Will Be Free

(Pretty Damn Tough Records)

906

917

10

-11

64

 

8

6

Zane Williams

Overnight Success

(ZW)

885

864

13

+21

61

 

6

7

Roger Creager

For You I Do

(Roger Creager Music)

861

951

17

-90

53

 

3

8

Granger Smith

Silverado Bench Seat

(GS)

840

1,085

17

-245

54

 

11

9

Phil Hamilton

Back of a ’73

(Winding Road)

805

728

11

+77

59

 

9

10

Curtis Grimes

Home to Me

(CG)

805

850

14

-45

55

 

17

11

Chapter 11 w/Aubrey Lynn England

Whiskey and You

(C11)

705

609

9

+96

44

 

13

12

Green River Ordinance

It Ain’t Love

(GRO)

630

625

9

+5

51

 

16

13

William Clark Green

She Likes The Beatles

(Bill Grease Records)

620

614

17

+6

53

 

14

14

Sam Riggs

When The Lights Go Out

(SR)

618

620

11

-2

49

 

10

15

Mario Flores

I Didn’t Pick This Life

(MF)

618

745

20

-127

48

 

28

16

Cody Johnson

Ride With Me

(CJB)

595

489

3

+106

52

 

12

17

JB and the Moonshine Band

The Only Drug

(Average Joe’s)

580

667

17

-87

44

 

18

18

Brian Keane

Easy to Say Goodbye

(BK)

564

583

21

-19

47

 

27

19

Mark McKinney

Stolen Cash

(MM)

556

507

5

+49

50

 

20

20

Jamie Richards

Never Gonna Hear It

(JR)

551

559

15

-8

50

 

24

21

Kyle Park

Fit For The King

(Indie/Thirty Tigers)

538

520

4

+18

54

 

23

22

Bri Bagwell

Hound Dog

(BB)

535

523

6

+12

48

 

22

23

Rosehill

Did You Ever Turn Around

(Cypress Records)

518

543

15

-25

40

 

15

24

The Departed

Prayer for the Lonely

(Vision Ent./Underground Sound)

518

617

21

-99

37

 

19

25

Uncle Lucius

Keep The Wolves Away

(Entertainment One Music)

513

573

24

-60

37

 

34

26

Will Hoge

Strong

(WH)

510

413

3

+97

44

 

25

27

Thieving Birds

In the Summer

(TB)

504

512

8

-8

44

 

26

28

Mike Ryan

57 Songs

(MR)

498

512

11

-14

42

 

30

29

No Justice

Songs On The Radio

(Carved Records)

489

473

7

+16

48

 

31

30

John Slaughter

Hasn’t Everyone

(Winding Road)

459

446

4

+13

40

 

41

31

Reckless Kelly

The Last Goodbye

(No Big Deal)

456

356

3

+100

50

 

32

32

Matt Caldwell

I Know Mexico

(MC)

428

419

5

+9

40

 

39

33

Rich O’Toole

I Love You

(PTO Records)

423

370

4

+53

43

 

33

34

Clayton Gardner

Something About You

(CG)

413

418

6

-5

42

 

42

35

Brandon Jenkins

Tattoo Tears

(Smith Ent.)

410

355

3

+55

40

 

40

36

Bart Crow

Loving You’s a Crime

(Smith Ent.)

388

363

4

+25

42

 

35

37

The Rusty Brothers

Little Sister

(TRB)

373

410

13

-37

31

 

46

38

John David Kent

Until We Turn Around

(Blackland/Roustabout)

370

322

3

+48

33

 

29

39

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Dark & Dirty Mile

(Vision Ent./Proud Souls Ent.)

364

475

19

-111

32

 

38

40

Casey Donahew Band

Whiskey Baby

(Almost Country)

331

380

19

-49

31

PHOTO COMING SOON

50

41

TJ Broscoff

This is the Moment

(BGM Records)

323

271

2

+52

30

 

45

42

Aaron Einhouse

The Worst I Can Do

(AE)

322

323

7

-1

32

 

43

43

Aaron Kothmann

I Can’t Take Me Anywhere

(Nicol Rae Records)

313

325

5

-12

27

PHOTO COMING SOON

N

44

Six Market Blvd.

Mailbox

(Vision Ent.)

304

255

1

+49

30

 

44

45

Callahan Divide

Party on the River

(CD)

304

324

6

-20

27

 

48

46

Kylie Rae Harris

Slide Over

(KRH)

300

291

6

+9

32

PHOTO COMING SOON

R

47

Dolly Shine

Spinning My Wheels

(DS)

278

266

3

+12

21

 

36

48

Kyle Bennett

Hard to Let You Go

(KB)

268

405

18

-137

31

PHOTO COMING SOON

49

49

Taylor Hodak Band

Good Man

(THB)

267

271

2

-4

31

PHOTO COMING SOON

N

50

Charlie Montague

Beautiful Noise

(CM)

262

202

1

+60

24

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The Queen of England, Prince Charles, Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter have all enjoyed being in the presence of the iconic country music legend Lynn Anderson.

Whether you have heard Lynn Anderson and Johnny Cash doing the duet “I’ve Been Everywhere” or have seen Lynn Anderson as a regular on The Lawrence Welk Show, most of the world has seen her and Lynn holds a place in the hearts of all true country artists and fans.

The Brady Bunch TV Show featured Lynn Anderson and if you need proof just ask Marsha Brady and she will tell you all about it.  

Lynn Anderson is the 1st female to sell out Madison Square Gardens and CMT (Country Music Television) rates Lynn Anderson as #29 out of the Top 40 most powerful women in country music.  Lynn Anderson was actually the 1st female country singer to be on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson – very impressive.  Lynn was named “Top Female Vocalist” by the Academy of Country Music twice.

Bob Hope, being on Starsky and Hutch, Karen Carpenter, Mega Hit Grammy Award Winner, the list just goes on and on of amazing things this Lady has accomplished.

What makes Lynn Anderson unique beyond her many accomplishments is that she is a pure hearted country girl, whom is kind, pleasing to talk with, and very much does all she can to please and love on her fans.

Some of Lynn Anderson’s hit songs are – Top Of The World – 1973, I Never Promised You A Rose Garden – 1970, Your My Man, Cry – 1972 and Ride, Ride, Ride, – 1967

We hope you enjoy this almost one hour Celebrity Interview as we enjoyed so much doing here at Music Charts Magazine.  Lynn Anderson is not only The Great Lady of Country Music but just plain and simply put a Great Lady in general!

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