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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Album

LW

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

1

1

Kevin Fowler

Love Song

(Kevin Fowler Records)

1,346

1,348

11

-2

76

 

2

2

Zane Williams

Little Too Late

(ZW)

1,295

1,333

13

-38

69

 

4

3

Brian Keane

Bar Lights

(BK)

1,133

1,088

15

+45

62

 

8

4

Green River Ordinance

Flying

(GRO)

1,096

1,008

9

+88

70

 

5

5

Mark McKinney

Lonely Bones

(Texas Evolution)

1,084

1,069

10

+15

73

 

3

6

Josh Ward

Hard Whiskey

(Buckshot Records)

1,055

1,247

15

-192

65

 

7

7

Cameran Nelson

35 Runs Both Ways

(CN)

1,027

1,028

10

-1

64

 

12

8

Josh Grider

White Van

(AMP)

986

845

6

+141

68

 

10

9

Reckless Kelly

Every Step of the Way

(No Big Deal)

981

941

9

+40

69

 

9

10

JB and the Moonshine Band w/Angaleena Presley

Black and White

(Light It Up Records)

872

955

16

-83

58

 

6

11

Aaron Watson

July in Cheyenne

(Thirty Tigers)

854

1,056

20

-202

49

 

15

12

Brandon Rhyder

Leave

(Reserve Records)

774

721

10

+53

58

 

14

13

Wade Bowen w/Brandy Clark

Love in the First Degree

(Lightning Rod Records)

764

750

6

+14

59

 

13

14

Sam Riggs

Angola’s Lament

(SR)

737

755

16

-18

55

 

16

15

John Slaughter

Ghost Town

(JS)

711

712

7

-1

55

 

18

16

Jason Eady

OK Whiskey

(JE)

681

691

12

-10

47

 

17

17

Uncle Lucius

Somewhere Else

(Entertainment One Music)

647

691

15

-44

45

 

11

18

Curtis Grimes

The Cowboy Kind

(CG)

610

882

18

-272

53

 

20

19

Cody Johnson

Dance Her Home

(CJB)

598

631

14

-33

46

 

22

20

Dolly Shine

Should’ve Known

(DS)

575

561

7

+14

46

 

23

21

Michael Coleman w/Jody Booth

Radio Don’t Sound Like Me

(DMG/CaneyCreek)

573

559

11

+14

42

 

19

22

The Statesboro Revue

Huck Finn

(Vision Ent./Shalley Records)

523

641

24

-118

38

 

25

23

Clayton Gardner

Table for Two

(CG)

520

509

9

+11

48

 

31

24

Jamie Richards

I’ll Have Another

(JR)

520

435

4

+85

46

 

38

25

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Lucky I Guess

(Proud Souls Ent.)

514

407

3

+107

47

 

30

26

Mario Flores

Got A Bad Feeling

(MF)

502

439

4

+63

39

 

24

27

Kylie Rae Harris

Waited

(KRH)

499

531

12

-32

41

 

35

28

Adam Fears

Middle of Nowhere

(LandStar Entertainment)

484

417

3

+67

41

 

28

29

Prophets And Outlaws

Soul Shop

(Seven Set Jam Records)

482

458

5

+24

38

 

33

30

Matt Caldwell

Drink Another

(AMP)

456

430

6

+26

43

 

21

31

Casey Donahew Band

Small Town Love

(Almost Country)

455

590

19

-135

34

 

43

32

Adam Hood

Trying To Write A Love Song

(Adam Hood Music)

452

371

3

+81

43

PHOTO COMING SOON

29

33

Rodney Parker & 50 Peso Reward

Things You Make Me Do

(Smith Ent.)

443

448

8

-5

33

 

34

34

Mike McClure Band

Silver and Blue

(598 Recordings)

432

429

8

+3

36

 

26

35

Rob Baird

Same Damn Thing

(Carnival Music)

413

479

14

-66

40

 

40

36

Aubrey Lynn England

Sad Little Girl

(ALE)

406

393

6

+13

29

 

32

37

Granger Smith

Miles and Mud Tires

(GS)

397

434

23

-37

35

 

44

38

American Aquarium

I Hope He Breaks Your Heart

(Last Chance Records)

394

354

8

+40

34

 

50

39

Charla Corn

In My Heart

(Sixth Street Syndicate)

374

298

2

+76

36

 

42

40

Tommy Joe Wilson

Cold Beer

(River Wild Records)

367

373

6

-6

35

 

46

41

Jake Kellen

Whiskey Night

(Horny Toad Records)

363

347

2

+16

38

 

N

42

TJ Broscoff

Falling Down

(BGM Records)

355

247

1

+108

37

 

39

43

Clay Thrash

My Heart

(Grange Records)

351

407

12

-56

34

 

49

44

Zach Coffey

I Love You Anyway

(ZC)

349

301

2

+48

31

 

45

45

The Dusty Smirl Band

Lubbock Lights

(TDSB)

340

352

4

-12

36

 

N

46

Riders Ford

This Ain’t a Song

(RF)

305

275

1

+30

25

 

N

47

Midnight River Choir

Circles

(MRC)

296

236

1

+60

27

 

N

48

Matt Kimbrow

Abilene

(MK)

295

236

1

+59

27

 

41

49

Ray Johnston Band

Crush

(RJB)

288

386

16

-98

31

 

47

50

The Rusty Brothers

Revival

(Vision Ent.)

287

313

8

-26

27

Non Reports:

1st Week:  KCTI, KEOK, KITX, KTCS, KTFX

 

Freezes:

KACO, KBCY, KTKO, KYBI, TXRDR

Copyright © 2014, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX

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 w13-2014 - 28 Mars 2014 à 15:00 - March 28th, 2014

 

 

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!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

LW

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

1

1

Kevin Fowler

Love Song

(Kevin Fowler Records)

1,348

1,252

10

+96

75

 

4

2

Zane Williams

Little Too Late

(ZW)

1,333

1,193

12

+140

68

 

3

3

Josh Ward

Hard Whiskey

(Buckshot Records)

1,247

1,204

14

+43

68

 

7

4

Brian Keane

Bar Lights

(BK)

1,088

1,050

14

+38

63

 

8

5

Mark McKinney

Lonely Bones

(Texas Evolution)

1,069

1,032

9

+37

73

 

2

6

Aaron Watson

July in Cheyenne

(Thirty Tigers)

1,056

1,245

19

-189

62

 

9

7

Cameran Nelson

35 Runs Both Ways

(CN)

1,028

977

9

+51

64

 

11

8

Green River Ordinance

Flying

(GRO)

1,008

848

8

+160

68

 

6

9

JB and the Moonshine Band w/Angaleena Presley

Black and White

(Light It Up Records)

955

1,065

15

-110

61

 

10

10

Reckless Kelly

Every Step of the Way

(No Big Deal)

941

893

8

+48

66

 

5

11

Curtis Grimes

The Cowboy Kind

(CG)

882

1,085

17

-203

59

 

17

12

Josh Grider

White Van

(AMP)

845

679

5

+166

64

 

12

13

Sam Riggs

Angola’s Lament

(SR)

755

750

15

+5

57

 

16

14

Wade Bowen w/Brandy Clark

Love in the First Degree

(Lightning Rod Records)

750

682

5

+68

58

 

18

15

Brandon Rhyder

Leave

(Reserve Records)

721

678

9

+43

57

 

20

16

John Slaughter

Ghost Town

(JS)

712

654

6

+58

55

 

15

17

Uncle Lucius

Somewhere Else

(Entertainment One Music)

691

686

14

+5

47

 

21

18

Jason Eady

OK Whiskey

(JE)

691

645

11

+46

46

 

13

19

The Statesboro Revue

Huck Finn

(Vision Ent./Shalley Records)

641

719

23

-78

41

 

19

20

Cody Johnson

Dance Her Home

(CJB)

631

666

13

-35

46

 

14

21

Casey Donahew Band

Small Town Love

(Almost Country)

590

715

18

-125

41

 

28

22

Dolly Shine

Should’ve Known

(DS)

561

498

6

+63

45

 

24

23

Michael Coleman w/Jody Booth

Radio Don’t Sound Like Me

(DMG/CaneyCreek)

559

529

10

+30

42

 

27

24

Kylie Rae Harris

Waited

(KRH)

531

502

11

+29

44

 

29

25

Clayton Gardner

Table for Two

(CG)

509

483

8

+26

50

 

25

26

Rob Baird

Same Damn Thing

(Carnival Music)

479

521

13

-42

42

 

22

27

William Clark Green

Rose Queen

(Bill Grease Records)

469

579

19

-110

43

 

32

28

Prophets And Outlaws

Soul Shop

(Seven Set Jam Records)

458

429

4

+29

39

PHOTO COMING SOON

34

29

Rodney Parker & 50 Peso Reward

Things You Make Me Do

(Smith Ent.)

448

420

7

+28

33

 

41

30

Mario Flores

Got A Bad Feeling

(MF)

439

369

3

+70

38

 

33

31

Jamie Richards

I’ll Have Another

(JR)

435

425

3

+10

42

 

26

32

Granger Smith

Miles and Mud Tires

(GS)

434

504

22

-70

40

 

37

33

Matt Caldwell

Drink Another

(AMP)

430

399

5

+31

43

 

38

34

Mike McClure Band

Silver and Blue

(598 Recordings)

429

399

7

+30

37

 

46

35

Adam Fears

Middle of Nowhere

(LandStar Entertainment)

417

329

2

+88

39

 

30

36

Phil Hamilton

Hold On Tight

(Winding Road)

410

464

16

-54

42

 

23

37

Whiskey Myers

Home

(Wiggy Thump)

408

533

18

-125

38

 

49

38

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Lucky I Guess

(Proud Souls Ent.)

407

289

2

+118

40

 

40

39

Clay Thrash

My Heart

(Grange Records)

407

378

11

+29

36

 

39

40

Aubrey Lynn England

Sad Little Girl

(ALE)

393

395

5

-2

31

 

31

41

Ray Johnston Band

Crush

(RJB)

386

432

15

-46

34

 

42

42

Tommy Joe Wilson

Cold Beer

(River Wild Records)

373

354

5

+19

37

 

50

43

Adam Hood

Trying To Write A Love Song

(AH)

371

289

2

+82

37

 

43

44

American Aquarium

I Hope He Breaks Your Heart

(Last Chance Records)

354

339

7

+15

34

 

45

45

The Dusty Smirl Band

Lubbock Lights

(TDSB)

352

338

3

+14

36

 

N

46

Jake Kellen

Whiskey Night

(Horny Toad Records)

347

287

1

+60

38

 

48

47

The Rusty Brothers

Revival

(Vision Ent.)

313

300

7

+13

29

 

44

48

Sean Franks & Chapter 11

Catch This Train

(WarRoom Records)

306

339

8

-33

27

 

N

49

Zach Coffey

I Love You Anyway

(ZC)

301

242

1

+59

30

 

N

50

Charla Corn

In My Heart

(Sixth Street Syndicate)

298

233

1

+65

27

Non Reports:

1st Week:  KAGG, KBIM, KKCN, KYBI, WACO

 

Freezes:

KDCD, KECO, KFLP, KMKS, KSTV, KWEY

Copyright © 2014, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX

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 w12-2014 – 21 Mars 2014 à 18:40 – March 21th, 2014

 

 

 

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!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Music Charts Magazine® History

- Song for the month of March 2014:

Hank Williams - "Hey Good Lookin'"

Old WSM Hank Williams Promotional Photo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Hey, Good Lookin'" is a song created and recorded by Hank Williams as a variation of a song of the same name, similar lyrics, and similar melody written by Cole Porter in 1942. Williams' version was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2001. Since its original 1951 recording it has been covered by a variety of artists.

The song is about a man who feels like he's got what it takes to cook up some homemade love.

 

Read more at:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hey,_Good_Lookin%27_(song)

Album

LW

TW

Artist

Title

(Label)

TW SPINS

LW SPINS

Weeks on Chart

Spin +/-

Stations

 

4

1

Kevin Fowler

Love Song

(Kevin Fowler Records)

1,252

1,191

9

+61

74

 

1

2

Aaron Watson

July in Cheyenne

(Thirty Tigers)

1,245

1,326

18

-81

69

 

3

3

Josh Ward

Hard Whiskey

(Buckshot Records)

1,204

1,213

13

-9

69

 

5

4

Zane Williams

Little Too Late

(ZW)

1,193

1,094

11

+99

68

 

2

5

Curtis Grimes

The Cowboy Kind

(CG)

1,085

1,238

16

-153

66

 

6

6

JB and the Moonshine Band w/Angaleena Presley

Black and White

(Light It Up Records)

1,065

1,060

14

+5

66

 

7

7

Brian Keane

Bar Lights

(BK)

1,050

1,022

13

+28

64

 

9

8

Mark McKinney

Lonely Bones

(Texas Evolution)

1,032

933

8

+99

72

 

10

9

Cameran Nelson

35 Runs Both Ways

(CN)

977

902

8

+75

63

 

11

10

Reckless Kelly

Every Step of the Way

(No Big Deal)

893

802

7

+91

66

 

12

11

Green River Ordinance

Flying

(GRO)

848

799

7

+49

64

 

13

12

Sam Riggs

Angola’s Lament

(SR)

750

792

14

-42

56

 

15

13

The Statesboro Revue

Huck Finn

(Vision Ent./Shalley Records)

719

739

22

-20

42

 

8

14

Casey Donahew Band

Small Town Love

(Almost Country)

715

965

17

-250

51

 

19

15

Uncle Lucius

Somewhere Else

(Entertainment One Music)

686

646

13

+40

48

 

20

16

Wade Bowen w/Brandy Clark

Love in the First Degree

(Lightning Rod Records)

682

621

4

+61

51

 

26

17

Josh Grider

White Van

(AMP)

679

553

4

+126

54

 

24

18

Brandon Rhyder

Leave

(Reserve Records)

678

580

8

+98

54

 

14

19

Cody Johnson

Dance Her Home

(CJB)

666

780

12

-114

49

 

21

20

John Slaughter

Ghost Town

(JS)

654

613

5

+41

54

 

22

21

Jason Eady

OK Whiskey

(JE)

645

612

10

+33

43

 

17

22

William Clark Green

Rose Queen

(Bill Grease Records)

579

682

18

-103

49

 

16

23

Whiskey Myers

Home

(Wiggy Thump)

533

696

17

-163

46

 

27

24

Michael Coleman w/Jody Booth

Radio Don’t Sound Like Me

(DMG/CaneyCreek)

529

552

9

-23

39

 

30

25

Rob Baird

Same Damn Thing

(Carnival Music)

521

513

12

+8

44

 

23

26

Granger Smith

Miles and Mud Tires

(GS)

504

585

21

-81

47

 

25

27

Kylie Rae Harris

Waited

(KRH)

502

556

10

-54

44

 

32

28

Dolly Shine

Should’ve Known

(DS)

498

474

5

+24

43

 

34

29

Clayton Gardner

Table for Two

(CG)

483

460

7

+23

47

 

18

30

Phil Hamilton

Hold On Tight

(Winding Road)

464

672

15

-208

44

 

31

31

Ray Johnston Band

Crush

(RJB)

432

476

14

-44

40

 

35

32

Prophets And Outlaws

Soul Shop

(Seven Set Jam Records)

429

414

3

+15

38

 

45

33

Jamie Richards

I’ll Have Another

(JR)

425

341

2

+84

38

PHOTO COMING SOON

36

34

Rodney Parker & 50 Peso Reward

Things You Make Me Do

(Smith Ent.)

420

413

6

+7

31

 

28

35

Deryl Dodd

Loveletters

(Smith Ent.)

415

534

23

-119

31

 

33

36

Mike and the Moonpies

The Hard Way

(MATM)

405

471

11

-66

39

 

40

37

Matt Caldwell

Drink Another

(AMP)

399

371

4

+28

39

 

39

38

Mike McClure Band

Silver and Blue

(598 Recordings)

399

382

6

+17

37

 

38

39

Aubrey Lynn England

Sad Little Girl

(ALE)

395

399

4

-4

29

 

37

40

Clay Thrash

My Heart

(Grange Records)

378

410

10

-32

33

 

43

41

Mario Flores

Got A Bad Feeling

(MF)

369

344

2

+25

33

 

46

42

Tommy Joe Wilson

Cold Beer

(River Wild Records)

354

324

4

+30

34

PHOTO COMING SOON

44

43

American Aquarium

I Hope He Breaks Your Heart

(Last Chance Records)

339

342

6

-3

34

 

41

44

Sean Franks & Chapter 11

Catch This Train

(WarRoom Records)

339

350

7

-11

29

 

48

45

The Dusty Smirl Band

Lubbock Lights

(TDSB)

338

311

2

+27

38

 

N

46

Adam Fears

Middle of Nowhere

(LandStar Entertainment)

329

220

1

+109

30

 

42

47

Dirty River Boys

Desert Wind

(DRB)

306

349

12

-43

32

 

49

48

The Rusty Brothers

Revival

(Vision Ent.)

300

299

6

+1

29

 

N

49

Jason Boland & the Stragglers

Lucky I Guess

(Proud Souls Ent.)

289

223

1

+66

30

 

N

50

Adam Hood

Trying To Write A Love Song

(Carnival)

289

202

1

+87

26

Non Reports

1st Week:  KOXE, KTCU, KXIT

 

Freezes:

KAGG, KBIM, KECO, KKCN, KOKE, KSEL, KTKO, KXOX, WACO

Copyright © 2014, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX

Cole Swindell - A Music Charts Magazine® Country Music Album ReviewCole Swindell recently released his self-titled, debut album. This is a CD fans have been waiting for since Cole's first single, "Chillin' It", started climbing to the top of country music charts. That single has been certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America and Music Canada.

Northeast Tennessee fans had an opportunity to see Cole in concert, when he opened for his Georgia Southern University fraternity brother, Luke Bryan, at Thompson-Bolling Arena in Knoxville. Luke had something to do with Cole's start in country music. For three years, Cole Swindell was Luke's merchandise guy, selling Luke Bryan CDs and tee-shirts at all of his shows. 

Cole is about as normal, and down-to-earth as any neighborhood kid in a ball cap. He said that he didn't think he was cut out to be an artist. "I was worried I didn't have a cool story, cause I didn't start off singing when I was a kid," Cole said. But for Cole, the story of his college years and not being a superstar as a child isn't nearly as important as the story he tells with his music.

Like most of today's country artists, Cole didn't just wake up one morning and find himself a success. He has been working at this for more than six years, and has spent a lot of time writing. One of the hits he co-wrote was "This is How I Roll", with Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley.

He tells us that "Hey Y'all is a song he has been opening his live shows with. It's a fun song, and one he said came from an idea he had watching concerts. "I can imagine being in an arena and singing a song and making everyone wave, and thought this was just a cool, party song. It has good lines that I think people will remember," Cole said.

"I Just Want You" is the one Cole describes as the love song on this album. He co-wrote this one with Luke Bryan and Michael Carter. Cole said it's a special song to him, it is just 'straight-up feelings, nothing about back roads or moonlight. The song is from an artist’s point of view, but Cole believes it could really be sung by any guy to his girl. It's about love, and trust.

About his current hit, “Chillin’ It”, Cole said there wasn't really much of a story behind that one. He came up with a title, took it to his co-writer. They got the melody and one line, and just went from there.

The 12 songs on Cole's new album are Hey Y'all, Chillin' It, Swayin', Hope You Get Lonely Tonight, Let Me See Ya Girl, Ain't Worth the Whiskey, Brought To You By Beer, I Just Want You, Get Up, A Dozen Roses and a Six Pack, Down Home Boys and The Back Roads and the Back Row.

All of the music on this CD is good. The music is modern enough that radio stations playing country music’s Top 40 will air it, but it is still close enough to real country that traditional country music fans will enjoy it.

You can keep up with all the news about Cole at www.coleswindell.com, and follow him on Twitter @coleswindell.  Find out what all your favorite country artists are doing with the music news and reviews at www.countryschatter.com, and follow us on twitter @countryschatter.

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