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August 17, 2020, Issue 718

Even In A Pandemic: Country Cares

Looking toward the new radiothon roadmap being developed, Country Aircheck spoke with KRST/Albuquerque, NM PD Bev Rainey and WRWD/Poughkeepsie, NY PD Chase Daniels – both of whom have executed Country Cares For St. Jude Kids radiothons during the pandemic. Additionally, ALSAC/St. Jude Mgr./Radio & Music Development John Ortiz offers insight into how the organization is adapting along with radio. Wired For Sound: At the beginning of March, Rainey was just a few weeks into her new gig at KRST and looking forward to Bev Rainey executing her first (the station’s second) St. Jude radiothon. Then, the world closed. The first move was postponement, but when it became clear the quarantine wasn’t ending soon, Rainey made the call to move forward. As she told her staff, “I don’t see why we can’t do this, even if it’s remotely. Raising some money is better than none, so let’s just pick a date and, no matter what is going on in the world, let’s do this for St. Jude.” Chase Daniels KRST personalities live-streamed the twoday event from their home studios on-air and across all their social media platforms. Not only could people listen on the radio, but “people could visually see us in our homes, all coming together, working together, split-screen – even if we were eating lunch,” Rainey says. An engineer at the station coordinated guest appearances and created a virtual green room to let personalities know who was ready John Ortiz to join and when. They also had a staff-only live chat on the side of each screen for internal communication. “We had special guests including Brantley Gilbert, and clients were able to join during the hours they had sponsored,” Rainey says. (continued on page 9)

IT Phone Home: Warner/Nashville Chairman/CEO John Esposito is surprised with the 2020 CMA Jo Walker Meador International Award by CMA’s Sarah Trahern (top) and Milly Olykan during a WMN virtual staff meeting Friday (8/14). “I am teary-eyed,” admitted Esposito. “I promise you, our commitment to this has only just begun. Thank you, thank you, thank you.”

Non-Profit Feeds The Music

Last month, a drive-through food distribution event in Nashville provided 22,000 meals – assisting music industry professionals facing food insecurity during the pandemic (CAT 7/20). The organization behind it, Musically Fed, started as a passion project for Insight Management Owner/CEO Maria Brunner, but has morphed into a 501(c)(3) non-profit that feeds the underserved by repurposing food from music industry events and concerts. Brunner and Warner Music Nashville VP/Radio & Streaming Marketing Chad Schultz – who serves on the board for Musically Fed – detail the organization’s mission, purpose and how Maria Brunner the industry can help. “I started Musically Fed in honor of my husband, who was a proud Vietnam veteran,” says Brunner. “I truly didn’t understand

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the meaning of that until his sudden passing. In reaching out to other Vietnam vets in Phoenix, I learned that many of them were in need. Those who live on the streets don’t eat on a regular basis, and what they do eat isn’t necessarily healthy. Many local organizations were – and still are – struggling to help.” It was when Brunner looked around backstage at a U2 concert and saw the amount of unused food in catering that she hit upon the idea for Musically Fed. “I thought I could feed a lot of people if I were to take the unused food from catering concerts, events and music industry gatherings – meetings and awards shows – and repackage and repurpose it for local non-profit organizations and those in need,” explains Brunner. The mission grew quickly, and Schultz was Chad Schultz among the first recruits. “She was doing the tour stops that came through Phoenix but wanted to expand, and I told her Blake [Shelton] would absolutely be into it.” Schultz connected Brunner to Shelton’s team, as well as to Kenny Chesney’s and Zac Brown Band’s camps. “[WMN Chairman/CEO] John Esposito was instrumental early on, as well, as he’s very passionate about the environment and saw this as an opportunity to not only do good but also reduce waste,” Schultz says. Warner’s “Green Team” has since volunteered for Musically Fed at multiple events. The label has also donated food from all its events. Musically Fed quickly grew from providing approximately 800 meals per year in the Phoenix area to nearly 40,000 meals nationwide via tours. “We’ve been invited to the Grammy Awards weekend and CMA Fest, and we have mobilized volunteers quickly in both instances,” says Brunner. “Warner again stepped up for us during CMA Fest and allowed us to base our operations out of their

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building on Music Row. From the Grammy events, we were able to provide more than 8,400 meals. The amount of good we can do with unused catering is massive.” Participating tours/artists include Brantley Gilbert, Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, Justin Timberlake, Shawn Mendes, Florida Georgia Line, Heart, Iron Maiden, Journey, Rascal Flatts, Darius Rucker, Keith Urban and Lady A. (Complete list here.) Local distribution varies. “We typically look at who the venue has previously partnered with, if anyone, but I have been shocked to find that most venues have never donated food before,” explains Brunner. She and her team do the leg work to find nearby veterans’ organizations, food pantries, missions and charitable organizations to which they can donate. “Fortunately, most of these stadiums and arenas are in downtown areas where there are multiple organizations within a couple miles,” she says. When COVID-19 shut down the touring industry, Brunner and her team were more determined than ever. “We emptied out refrigerators and freezers at both arenas in Phoenix and distributed more than 14,000 meals in the valley area, and we worked with three entities in Los Angeles to repurpose everything they had onsite, as well,” Brunner says. “With UCLA Food Services alone, we were able to provide more than 16,000 meals, and at the Staples Center, we distributed 22,000.” Brunner understood the need was growing in Nashville and worked with Schultz to bring similar relief. “Maria is a master of logistics, and she has worked wonders with getting food donated from restaurants and other organizations,” says Schultz. “No one can stretch a dollar further.” The Nashville event included a partnership with Brad and Kimberly Paisley’s The Store, but the drive-through event itself was specifically for industry workers directly affected by the loss of touring revenues. “We wanted to take care of riggers and

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production crews, stage managers and roadies, and all of the people that keep these acts rolling,” says Brunner. After securing a warehouse and working with Minneapolis-based Loaves & Fishes food pantry, Brunner and her Musically Fed team of volunteers – including the Warner Music Nashville team – were able to execute a drivethrough where cars were gifted with three food drops including fresh produce, dry goods and pre-packed meals. “To me, success is the ability to feed those who are in need, whether it is 10 or 10,000,” says Brunner. “The Nashville event was definitely a success, and we are looking to duplicate it in Atlanta next.” Brunner notes and applauds the participation and assistance from Rhine Productions, Jake Berry and Charlie Hernandez, as well as Ben Jumper from Soundcheck. “They were absolutely key to the Nashville initiative, and without them, we would not have been able to pull it off.” Find out more about Musically Fed’s mission and directives here, watch the Musically Fed video here and contact Brunner about donating food or money – or with general inquiries – here. –Monta Vaden

Chart Chat

Congratulations to Maddie & Tae’s Maddie Marlow and Taylor Dye, Royce Risser, Damon Moberly, David Friedman, Chris Schuler and the Mercury promotion team on landing at No. 1 with “Die From A Broken Heart.” The song is the second single from the duo’s second

Maddie and Tae

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studio album, The Way It Feels. Songwriters are Deric Ruttan, Jonathan Singleton, Marlow and Dye. And kudos to Katie Dean and the MCA crew on notching 58 adds for Taylor Swift’s “Betty,” landing atop this week’s board.

News & Notes

Austin Radio Network KOKE/Austin night host Scott Bennett has been added to the Fishnet Syndication lineup with his two-hour weekly The Dance Hall show, which is being made available for barter. Details here. And Austin Radio Network KOKE/Austin afternoon co-host Rita Ballou has been named Fishnet Syndication The Red Dirt Flirt host. The weekly show is available on an all-barter basis. More here. Impact/Boise has rebranded as Iliad Media Boise, LLC. or Iliad Media Group. The cluster includes Country KQBL. The National Association of Broadcasters Leadership Foundation (NABLF) has launched the Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Resource Center, a website dedicated to helping media companies and industry professionals create and sustain a diverse and inclusive workplace. The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) has transitioned its 28th Annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival to a free, virtual event. Set for October 20-24, the festival will feature pre-recorded performances from songwriters nationwide. More here. Nashville-based Venture Music will launch Venture Academy Online, a 12-week course surrounding digital strategies in the industry, September 10. Information here. Brooke Mansfield and Meagan Bennington have joined Nashville-based artist management first The AMG as Sr. Mgr./

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WI TH A day in the self-isolated life of Big Machine/BMLGR’s Danielle Bradbery: My life went from traveling and seeing people all the time to not doing that at all. We’re figuring out different ways we can continue to do things like writing or playing shows virtually. I typically wake up, make myself some breakfast, (hopefully) get a workout in, write a song that day… it depends. Go get Starbucks — with a mask on, of course — and try to stay creative. It’s different every day.  I have a roommate, but he’s been back home in Texas for most of quarantine, so it feels like I’m by myself most of the time. Although, with everything being shut down, I’ve been able to spend a lot more time with my family and boyfriend, which has been really nice.   

Some days I feel super creative, and some I don’t at all. It’s a roller coaster of a time right now. I write here and there, and we’re in the process of gathering songs for my next project and working on new ideas. The ability to go live has helped keep my connection with fans. It’s the only way we have right now to communicate, and I feel like people appreciate it. We’re trying to find ways to be there for our fans any way we can.   I binged the show Outer Banks on Netflix recently, and now I’m bouncing back and forth between other shows. I’m also trying to read a lot more. My go-to quarantine snack is watermelon. I love some good fruit!  The silver lining I’ve experienced is spending more time with my family and boyfriend, and I love it!

Digital Marketing and Mgr./Marketing, respectively. Reach Mansfield here and Bennington here. Havas Sports & Entertainment Managing Dir. Daniel Dao has joined entertainment marketing agency FlyteVu in the newly created EVP/Accounts role. Futuri boasts audience engagement technology has seen rapid growth as many continue to work remotely during the pandemic. More here. Syndicated Knox Country 360 host Michael Knox has launched the Knox Country App to deliver a personalized experience for his radio and podcast audience. The free app is available in the Apple App and Google Play stores. Writer/journalist Rob Simbeck’s latest book, The Southern Wildlife Watcher: Notes of a Naturalist, is being released Aug. 28. Ole Red is launching a new competition series, Ole Red Battle of the Bands, Aug. 19.

The Week’s Top Stories

Full coverage at countryaircheck.com. • An update on the Top 100 Power Gold songs and how married couple Charlie and Debbie Nance make it work behind the mics and at home are included in last week’s (8/10) Country Aircheck Weekly.  • WGNA/Albany, NY’s Matty Jeff was elevated to Dir./Content for the cluster. (CAT 8/14) • Zac Davis was named iHeartMedia/Greensboro, NCVP/ Programming. (CAT 8/13) • The 2020 Country Music Hall of Fame inductees are Marty Stuart, Hank Williams Jr. and Dean Dillon. (CAT 8/12) • Brian Davis joined Cumulus/Appleton-Oshkosh, WI as OM and Country WPKR PD. (CAT 8/11) • Tommy BoDean was named Cumulus/Melbourne, FL OM and Country WHKR & Top 40 WAOA PD. (CAT 8/10) • Jeff Davis and Roger Fregoso joined Riser House as Dir./ East Coast Regional Promotion and Dir./West Coast Regional Promotion, respectively. (CAT 8/10) • Chronicle: J. Douglas “J. Doug” Williams, Reggie Bates, Tom Annastas.

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Filming the “Never Have I Ever” music video during a pandemic.

Even In A Pandemic: Country Cares (continued from page 1)

“We had people popping in the whole time, so it’s like they were joining us in the studio but all from remote locations.” The station raised more than $87,000, slightly below 2019’s total but far exceeding their expectations. Distance Learning: In Poughkeepsie, Daniels’ team knew the station’s 30th annual Country Cares radiothon would be vastly different than the previous 29. The event had been hosted in the high-traffic center court of a local mall, making it easy for St. Jude staff, patients, families, sponsors and listeners to take part. Originally scheduled for March, the event was pushed to May as Daniels hoped for full reopening. Like KRST, the WRWD team soon realized a quick resolution was unlikely and began work on a new plan. “We set up a remote operation for the radiothon outside the studio in the station’s large performance room so that if there was more than one person in the room, they were safely distanced,” Daniels says. “Not only did we have a lot of material that needed to be pre-recorded that would typically be ‘live in the moment,’ but we had to get more aggressive on our digital game to make up for the presence we would typically have at our local mall.” Guest appearances were live-streamed, and social platforms were consistently updated with special moments and large donations. “We couldn’t deny the climate created by the pandemic, but we didn’t let that drag us down,” Daniels says. “The best message we could provide was that no matter what was happening right now, childhood cancer wasn’t taking a break. The ‘we are all in this together’ messaging really rang true in getting our listeners involved and knowing they were making a difference.” The station raised more than $150,000 after topping $174,000 last year. Tour Support: This was also the year the Country Cares seminar planned to move from January to October, but pandemic safety means plans for the fall have been cancelled. Those in-

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A day in the self-isolated life of Griffin KVOO/Tulsa morning co-host Cash “Brooks” Williams: I’ve been working from the station the entire time, although at the beginning, I would leave immediately following my show. Any meetings were happening via Zoom or Microsoft Teams. Some of that is still happening, but we’ve had some small group meetings in person recently. We changed up some programming initially and did away with certain features that seemed out-of-touch at the onset of everything, but we reached a point that our audience was drained by talk of the pandemic. We understood people were no longer coming to us for information but to avoid the tiring story, so we transitioned into talking about new information that was impossible to avoid but tried to focus on the good of everything and bringing back some normalcy. It has been a fine line to walk of not having our heads buried in the sand, but also giving our listeners a much-needed escape. We’ve been able to do Zoom calls with artists and hosted a trivia night on Facebook with a few listeners featuring The Office-themed questions. It was awesome … that’s what she said! And, I live about two-and-half hours from my family and a good portion of my friends, so my trips back have been few and far between. We’ve used technology to stay connected. In Oklahoma, we haven’t been as affected as some other areas have, so my non-work

routine is still similar to pre-quarantine. I’ve spent a lot of time outside working in my yard, playing with my dogs, golfing and adventuring. I wouldn’t be doing anything too different had the pandemic not hit, because most of my hobbies weren’t really affected. Also, I’ve gotten a lot done around the house and put in a fire pit and fill in a pit in my backyard – shout-out to Leslie Knope. I golfed as a kid and would go once or twice a year with my dad and brothers. Recently, I went on a streak of playing threeto-five times per week. Now, though, it’s too hot. Also, I’m bad. I did almost get a holein-one recently, though! My two dogs have enjoyed having me home more. With the amount of time we’ve spent together lately, I had hoped they’d listen to me more. That is not the case; they still do whatever they want. You won’t believe this, but I haven’t binge-watched a single thing, because I don’t have internet at home. Go ahead and pick your jaw up off the floor. I have internet on my phone if I need to do anything, but I just don’t trust myself with binging. It starts with one episode, then all of the sudden, it’s 4am, and I have to work in an hour. I have started reading a book about The Office, though, but after starting off hot, I got distracted. That happens to me a lot. I also don’t keep a lot of food in my house, because I’m not quite an adult. I do

person experiences at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital are invaluable, so the organization developed a work-around. “When a DJ says to the listener, ‘We really need you to support St. Jude ... I was there last month or last week and here’s what I saw,’ listeners believe them,” Ortiz says. Now, personalities, sponsors and even listeners can and take a virtual tour. “We have everything from a self-guided tour where you can watch a video, or you can take a tour with a patient – in many cases now an employee of St. Jude – who takes you through the hospital to show you the work being done.” View here. Like radio and many other business and charities, the financial impact of the pandemic has been felt at ALSAC/St. Jude. “We’ve certainly been affected, especially as stations began to postpone events,” says Ortiz. “But now most are rescheduling, and so far, the events we’ve had have exceeded our expectations.  “The most important thing is that St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital continues its research and treatment of our patients,” he continues. “That has not let up. If anything, there has been the added need to be sure that they are protecting St. Jude patients from exposure to COVID-19.” In sum, critical work is still underway, and Country stations and listeners still have the will to support it. “Truthfully, we were blown away,” says Daniels. “So many different factors effected this year, but hearing so many different names, towns, and cities coming in to donate was very moving. We made sure we didn’t lose sight of the main focus: raising money for the children and families of St. Jude.” 

... CASH WILLIAMS

co mic broo ks have a great ice cream place within a mile of my neighborhood, so I get a lot of chocolate shakes. Again…not quite an adult. I still have a job, and that’s my silver lining. I’ve felt so much guilt with so many people being laid off or furloughed, not only in our business, but in all businesses. Forward all of the internet bundle package deals you can find to Williams here.

Pandemic Primer: Here are a few best practices shared by our panel. • Be passionate, be true and be you! We opened up about everything, right down to conversations we had about feeling uncertain of having a radiothon this year. There was no sugar coating. We were upfront with our listeners, and they responded with mass generosity. (Daniels) • Take the virtual tour. So many artists, PDs, GMs and on-air personalities have been to St. Jude and walked the walk. That validates it for the listener. (Ortiz)   • Take advantage of the fact that many are listening from home by live streaming to your social media platforms for greatest reach. (Rainey) • Pre-record as much as possible for quality sound on interview segments and stories with patients and families. (Daniels) • When featuring an artist, limit an actual performance unless they can do a soundcheck and you can be assured of quality sound. (Rainey) • Ask listeners to be a Partner in Hope with a $19 monthly donation. While many stations want to ask for more, we’ve found that $19 is doable for many people right now. (Ortiz)  Reach Rainey here, Daniels here and Ortiz here. –Sue Wilson CAC

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AVAILABLE JOBS MIDWEST Summit KFDI/Wichita OM Justin Case is searching for a morning co-host. See the complete posting here; send résumés and airchecks to Case here. Hubbard WIL/St. Louis OM Tommy Mattern is looking for an MD/afternoon personality with a minimum of two years on-air experience, demonstrable ratings success stories and impeccable references. See the complete posting and apply here. Federated WQHK/Ft. Wayne, IN OM Jimmy Knight is searching for a morning co-host to join incumbent Josh Michaels. Send résumés and airchecks to Knight here. Alpha KIAI/Mason City, IA is in need of a PD/morning host. See the complete posting and apply here. Griffin KVOO/Tulsa OM Steve Hunter is seeking a morning show host or team. See the complete job description here; send résumés and airchecks to Hunter here. NORTHEAST Forever WFGI/Johnstown, PA is seeking a full-time morning co-host. Send résumés, airchecks and salary requirements here. WVRC WKKW/Morgantown, WV PD Mike Vincent is seeking part-time on-air talent for weekend and fill-in positions. Send résumés and airchecks to him here. iHeartMedia/Baltimore RSVPP Jeff Kapugi is seeking a Dir./Creative Services

for Country WPOC; programming duties and weekend/fill-in airshifts are also possible. Apply here; send résumés and creative composites to Kapugi here. SOUTHEAST Cumulus WKAK/Albany, GA PD Bill Dollar is looking for an afternoon personality/ Production Dir. Apply here. Alpha/Fredericksburg, VA is looking for a Market Mgr. for the cluster, which includes Country WFLS. Interested candidates can see a complete job description and apply here. SOUTHWEST Radio Ranch KRNH/Kerrville, TX is in need of a PD/morning host with a strategic programming mind and strong on-air skills. Send résumés and airchecks here. WEST COAST Badlands/Rapid City, SD is searching for a GM/DOS who can build, train and motivate a team for the cluster that includes Country KRKI. Interested parties can send résumés and references here. Cameron KFLG/Big River, CA is looking for a morning personality with five-plus years of onair experience. See the complete posting here. Ruby Radio/Elko, NV VP/Programming Tom Chase is seeking on-air talent for the cluster that includes Country KBGZ and Classic Country

translator K263BD. Applicants can send cover letters, résumés and airchecks to Chase here. Bonneville KYGO/Denver PD Brian Michel is searching for a morning co-host to join incumbent Tracy Dixon. Reach Michel here, and apply here. Frontier/Juneau, AK GM Cherie Curry is seeking an OM/PD/on-air talent for the cluster that includes Country KTKU. Send résumés with references and an aircheck to Curry here. OTHER RWPC Co-President and consultant Scott Huskey is on the hunt for a Country PD/on-air talent in a medium market in the South. Send résumés and airchecks to him here. RWPC Pres. JJ Jobe is seeking a GM for a small market radio cluster in the South. Interested parties can send a résumé with references to him here. Cherry Creek Media Group PD Mark Elliott is searching for experienced OMs and PDs for future openings. The company’s Country properties include KAAR/Butte, MT; KCIN & KIYK/ St. George, UT; KMON/Great Falls, MT; KGGL/ Missoula, MT; KKXK/Montrose, MT; KWCD/Sierra Vista, AZ; KYSN/Wenatchee, WA; KYYZ/Williston, ND; and Classic Country KMON-AM/Great Falls, MT. Candidates with a minimum of threeto-five years of experience and a background in programming multiple formats in small to medium sized markets can send résumés, airchecks and programming philosophies to Elliott here.

SEEKING JOBS •Cactus Jack Former Entercom/Phoenix Dir./ Production GoGoJack@msn.com 602-430-5908 •Heather Stevens Former WQXK/Youngstown, OH middays Heather.Stevens2019@gmail.com •Tony Kelly Former WUSN/Chicago morning producer KellyT_60468@yahoo.com 708-642-8518 •Greg Cole Former WKCQ/Saginaw, MI OM/PD GCole27000@gmail.com 916-502-4734 •Jonathan West Former WKTI/Milwaukee afternoons JSWest33@yahoo.com 320-774-9300 •Doug Dodds Former ZFKY/Grand Cayman PD/ morning host DougDoddsEmail@gmail.com

•Marc Lavik (aka Dave Marcus) Former on-air talent ZimaGuy@gmail.com 401-467-6737 •Denis “Catfish” Miller Former KSNI/Santa Maria, CA afternoon host DenisMil@hotmail.com •Cory Mikhals Former KIZN/Boise morning co-host CoryProductions@icloud.com •Katie Carmichael Former WTVY/Dothan, AL morning co-host KatieOnTheRadio@outlook.com

•AJ McCloud Former WWFF/Huntsville, AL APD/ afternoons AJ.McCloud@charter.net 256-503-2301 •Kristin Monica Former WQNU/Louisville APD/ mornings Kristin@RadioKristin.com •Paul Cannell Former WRKN/New Orleans PD PFCannell@gmail.com •Mac Daniels Former KPLX & KSCS/Dallas PD MacDaniels@me.com

•”Big” John Horton •Tim “Tiny” Burger Former KFSA/Ft. Smith, AR afternoon Former KFDI/Wichita mornings host SendItToTim@gmail.com BigJohn@TheBigJohnShow.com •Tom Travis •Kris Richards Former iHeartMedia/Oklahoma City Former WKJO/Smithfield, NC SVPP afternoons TomTTravis@gmail.com FireCop947@yahoo.com •Chuck Knight •Jason Ryan Former iHeartMedia/Austin-San Former WWQM/Madison, WI nights Antonio RSVPP JROnTheAir@gmail.com ChuckKnightMedia@gmail.com

•Dan Mason Former iHeartMedia/Mobile, ALPensacola, FL SVPP DLafayette@yahoo.com •Dave Schaefer Former iHeartMedia/Farmington, NM SVPP & Country KTRA PD DRSchaefer@gobrainstorm.net •Ginny Rogers Brophey Former WBWL/Boston PD GinnyBrophey@gmail.com •Brittany Tully Former WYNK/Baton Rouge PD BriLynn718@gmail.com •Brian Cleary Former WEZL/Charleston, SC PD BRCleary@aol.com •Steve Knoll Former KMAG/Ft. Smith, AR PD/ on-air talent SteveKnoll@cox.net •Bree Wagner Former KAJA & KRPT/San Antonio APD/MD/on-air and KASE & KVET/ Austin APD/MD/on-air Bree_1120@yahoo.com

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SEEKING JOBS

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•Tige Rodgers Former iHeart Custom Tige & Daniel afternoon personality ClearedForTakeoff@yahoo.com

•Dan Jessop Former KKUT/Pleasant, UT Station Mgr. DanJessop@msn.com

•Daniel Baker Former iHeart Custom Tige & Daniel afternoon personality BanielDaker@aol.com

•Kasper Former WUSN/Chicago afternoons KasperShow@gmail.com and www. KasperShow.com

•HJ “JoJo” Meza Former KAJA/San Antonio morning co-host TheHouseOfJoJo@gmail.com

•Toni Marie Former KWJJ/Portland APD/middays ToniMarieRadio@gmail.com

•Bill Hickok Former KBMR/Bismark, ND morning host BillHickok1950@gmail.com •Dave Conrad Former WBCT/Grand Rapids, MI afternoon host DConrad82@gmail.com •Amy Nic Former WAMZ/Louisville afternoon host AmyNicRadioChick@gmail.com •Ron “Keyes” Stevens Former WQRB/Eau Claire, WI afternoon host RonStvns@yahoo.com •Lee France Former KAGG/Bryan, TX PD/ midday host LeeFranceWV@gmail.com

•Brian “Wookie” Kostek Former WDSY/Pittsburgh APD/MD/ afternoons BKostek24@gmail.com •Cadillac Jack Former WYCD/Detroit APD/middays CadillacJackK@gmail.com •Chuck Edwards Former WYCD/Detroit mornings ChuckOn995@yahoo.com •Terry Phillips Former Entercom/Detroit Dir./ Creative Services Terry@TerryPhillips.com

Former iHeartMedia/Oklahoma City SVPP TomTTravis@gmail.com 570-309-4698 Connect via LinkedIn here.

“My strongest skill is going to be experience. I have 37 years in the industry, the last 23 of which were with the same company. What sets me apart is music discipline, strategic thinking and systems knowledge.”

•Jake Byron Former KUPL/Portland mornings JakeByronMedia@gmail.com •Adam Rondeau Former WCVL/Charlottesville, VA mornings BrondeauShow@gmail.com •Corey Dillon Former KNUC/Seattle afternoons/ Social Media Mgr. CoreyDillonRadio@gmail.com

•Jeff Pierce Former Saga/Portland, ME OM JefferyPierce@me.com

•Jeff “Reyn” Reynolds Former Brewer WQLK/Richmond, IN mornings JNolds0509@gmail.com 765-465-0568

•Blair Thomas Former WXCY/Wilmington, DE mornings BThomas330@yahoo.com

•Trace Hamilton Former WEBG/Chicago night host TheTraceHamilton@gmail.com

•Joe Bleacher Former WXCY/Wilmington, DE Dir./Promotions Joe_Bleacher_Jr@hotmail.com

•Shawn Carey Former KXXY/Oklahoma City on-air talent Shawntze@sbcglobal.net

TOM TRAVIS

•Bernadette Gibbons Former Entercom/New York Coord./Promotions BernGibbons23@gmail.com

•Scott Davidson Former WHOF-HD2/Canton, OH PD/on-air host Davidson1023@gmail.com

•Daryl Thomas Ledyard Former WBBS/Syracuse on-air talent DarylLedyard@gmail.com

SEEKER SPOTLIGHT

•John Shomby Former Nash Dir./Programming & WKDF/Nashville PD JohnShomby@gmail.com •Brad King Former WBYT/South Bend, IN APD/ MD/middays BradKingRadio@yahoo.com

•Christian “CHoff” Hoffer Former WBCT/Grand Rapids, MI weekender Christian@heychoff.com

•Dr. Don Carpenter Former WYCD/Detroit mornings Dr.DonCarpenter@gmail.com

•Ryan McCall Former WGLR/Platteville, WI MD/ afternoons RyanMcCall@yahoo.com

•Joseph Pitt Former WRTB/Rockford, IL Regional MD/middays JoePi7t@gmail.com 312-869-9728

•David Dean Former KXDD/Yakima, WA afternoons DaviDean5@gmail.com

•Tony Russell Former KUPL/Portland mornings Tony@TonyRussellInsurance.com 425-999-6127

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August 17, 2020 LW

TW

2

1

1

Artist/Title (Label)

MADDIE & TAE

Total Points +/- Points Total Plays +/- Plays Audience +/- Aud Stations ADDS

Die From A Broken Heart (Mercury)

28550

2444

8995

789

54.855 5.232

157

0

2

CHRIS JANSON/Done (Warner/WAR)

23888

-4353

7258

-1539

46.952 -6.965

157

0

3

3

JUSTIN MOORE/Why We Drink (Valory) ✔

23239

1670

7317

509

3.402

157

0

4

4

FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE/I Love My Country (BMLGR)

21149

1008

6733

358

37.896 2.287

157

0

5

5

T. RHETT f/McENTIRE, SCOTT, URBAN & TOMLIN/Be A Light (Valory) 19415

126

6302

61

34.027 0.135

156

0

7

6

KANE BROWN/Cool Again (RCA)

18891

1273

5854

389

33.386 3.312

157

0

9

7

LUKE COMBS/Lovin' On You (River House/Columbia) ✔

18720

2417

5867

708

35.861 5.518

156

0

6

8

KEITH URBAN/God Whispered Your Name (Capitol)

17739

84

5593

24

33.427 1.055

157

0

11

9

TIM MCGRAW/I Called Mama (Big Machine)

14657

570

4575

127

26.725 1.253

157

0

15

10

LEE BRICE/One Of Them Girls (Curb)

14605

1340

4587

431

25.434 2.432

157

0

13

11

JASON ALDEAN/Got What I Got (Macon Music/Broken Bow)

14524

539

4732

166

24.652 1.441

157

0

12

12

ASHLEY MCBRYDE/One Night Standards (Warner/WMN)

14171

110

4541

50

24.018 0.131

155

0

14

13

JAMESON RODGERS/Some Girls (River House/Columbia)

14089

610

4429

177

24.282 -0.111

157

0

16

14

MATT STELL/Everywhere But On (Records/Arista)

12234

485

3838

137

21.878 1.414

156

0

17

15

CHASE RICE/Lonely If You Are (Dack Janiels/Broken Bow)

11931

404

3764

106

21.241 1.259

154

1

8

16

LOCASH/One Big Country Song (Wheelhouse)

11366

-4939

3260

157

0

18

17

PARKER MCCOLLUM/Pretty Heart (MCA)

11000

659

3356

-1497 25.904 -7.867 -224 18.874 1.325

149

1

19

18

HARDY f/L. ALAINA & D. DAWSON/One Beer (Big Loud)

10646

703

3275

207

16.769 1.525

149

2

20

19

KIP MOORE/She's Mine (MCA)

9830

146

3045

59

16.367 -0.123

154

0

22

20

B. SHELTON f/G. STEFANI/Happy Anywhere (Warner/WMN) ✔ 9727

1441

2982

510

4.274

156

5

23

21

JON PARDI/Ain't Always The Cowboy (Capitol)

8652

731

2676

266

15.147 1.968

153

1

21

22

BRAD PAISLEY/No I In Beer (Arista)

8576

33

2739

15

14.269 0.244

153

0

24

23

RUSSELL DICKERSON/Love You Like I Used To (Triple Tigers)

8149

683

2534

223

13.196 1.749

151

4

27

24

MORGAN WALLEN/More Than My Hometown (Big Loud)

7821

1010

2386

334

14.144 1.654

139

8

25

25

LADY A/Champagne Night (BMLGR)

7275

129

2218

48

11.646 0.505

148

1

44.92

17.63

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August 17, 2020 LW

TW

Artist/Title (Label)

26

26

MIDLAND/Cheatin' Songs (Big Machine)

6967

59

2171

13

10.949 0.264

146

1

32

27

DAN + SHAY/I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner/WAR) ✔

6803

1932

2091

674

11.298 3.213

139

18

28

28

CHRIS LANE/Big, Big Plans (Big Loud)

6700

719

2125

234

10.811 1.639

132

7

29

29

KENNY CHESNEY/Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner/WEA)

6387

745

1886

240

9.832

1.099

129

8

30

30

DUSTIN LYNCH/Momma's House (Broken Bow)

5366

232

1594

67

7.902

0.826

137

1

33

31

ERIC CHURCH/Stick That In Your Country Song (EMI Nashville)

5038

186

1624

40

6.876

-0.19

134

2

31

32

LAUREN ALAINA/Getting Good (Mercury)

4949

-11

1642

6

6.59

0.516

133

0

35

33

RASCAL FLATTS/How They Remember You (Big Machine)

4667

98

1347

18

7.69

0.885

141

5

38

34

NIKO MOON/Good Time (RCA)

4042

396

1205

124

5.598

0.587

103

1

39

35

TENILLE ARTS/Somebody Like That (19th & Grand)

3918

288

1301

68

4.677

0.197

127

3

40

36

BRETT ELDREDGE/Gabrielle (Warner/WMN)

3552

-7

1084

9

5.139

0.018

106

1

41

37

DYLAN SCOTT/Nobody (Curb)

3526

146

1176

36

4.51

-0.048

111

2

42

38

KELSEA BALLERINI/Hole In The Bottle (Black River)

3353

66

1043

38

4.033

0

105

3

43

39

BROTHERS OSBORNE/All Night (EMI Nashville)

3318

151

1031

53

4.051

0.417

106

5

34

40

JON LANGSTON/Now You Know (32 Bridge/EMI Nashville)

2968

-1810

948

-552

4.406 -2.205

137

0

45

41

JORDAN DAVIS/Almost Maybes (MCA)

2817

198

918

45

3.367

0.121

99

2

46

42

MAREN MORRIS/To Hell & Back (Columbia)

2724

188

866

77

2.702

0.258

92

1

44

43

BRETT YOUNG/Lady (BMLGR)

2602

-22

812

-11

4.392

-0.52

92

1

47

44

PARMALEE f/B. BROWN/Just The Way (Stoney Creek)

2572

144

835

10

3.229

0.204

80

2

48

45

RUNAWAY JUNE/We Were Rich (Wheelhouse)

2395

-17

737

0

2.72

-0.031

91

8

36

46

DARIUS RUCKER/Beers And Sunshine (Capitol)

2352

-2106

628

-715

3.168 -5.789

90

14

49

47

BRANTLEY GILBERT/Hard Days (Valory)

2324

110

747

32

2.647

0.161

99

3

GABBY BARRETT/The Good Ones (Warner/WAR)

2229

200

729

73

2.628

0.179

75

5

J. ALLEN & N. CYRUS/This Is Us (Records/Columbia/Stoney Creek)

2109

-2

728

1

1.968

0.059

83

0

123

712

65

2.22

0.163

65

6

Debut 48 50

49

Debut 50

Total Points +/- Points Total Plays +/- Plays Audience +/- Aud Stations ADDS

ZAC BROWN BAND/The Man Who... (Home Grown/19th & Grand) 2022

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August 17, 2020 Country Aircheck Add Leaders

Activator Top Point Gainers

Adds

1924 ✔

TAYLOR SWIFT/Betty (Republic/MCA)

58

DAN + SHAY/I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner/WAR)

ROBERT COUNTS/What Do I Know (Arista)

33

B. SHELTON f/G. STEFANI/Happy Anywhere (Warner/WMN) 1098 ✔

DAN + SHAY/I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner/WAR)

18

LUKE COMBS/Lovin' On You (River House/Columbia)

911 ✔

DARIUS RUCKER/Beers And Sunshine (Capitol)

14

MORGAN WALLEN/More Than My Hometown (Big Loud)

612 ✔

KENNY CHESNEY/Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner/WEA)

508 ✔

JASON ALDEAN/Got What I Got (Macon Music/Broken Bow)

466

PARKER MCCOLLUM/Pretty Heart (MCA)

464

KANE BROWN/Cool Again (RCA)

444

KENNY CHESNEY/Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner/WEA)

8

MORGAN WALLEN/More Than My Hometown (Big Loud)

8

RUNAWAY JUNE/We Were Rich (Wheelhouse)

8

A THOUSAND HORSES/A Song To Remember (Elektra/Warner/WEA)

7

CHRIS LANE/Big, Big Plans (Big Loud)

7

CAM/Classic (RCA/Triple Tigers)

6

FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE/I Love My Country (BMLGR)

420

ZAC BROWN BAND/The Man Who... (Home Grown/19th & Grand)

6

JON PARDI/Ain't Always The Cowboy (Capitol)

378

Activator Top Spin Gainers

Country Aircheck Top Point Gainers MADDIE & TAE/Die From A Broken Heart (Mercury)

2444

LUKE COMBS/Lovin' On You (River House/Columbia)

2417

DAN + SHAY/I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner/WAR)

1932

JUSTIN MOORE/Why We Drink (Valory)

1670

B. SHELTON w/G. STEFANI/Happy Anywhere (Warner/WMN)

1441

✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔

DAN + SHAY/I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner/WAR)

364

B. SHELTON w/G. STEFANI/Happy Anywhere (Warner/WMN)

225

LUKE COMBS/Lovin' On You (River House/Columbia)

163

MORGAN WALLEN/More Than My Hometown (Big Loud)

111

KENNY CHESNEY/Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner/WEA)

109 106 100

LEE BRICE/One Of Them Girls (Curb)

1340

KANE BROWN/Cool Again (RCA)

KANE BROWN/Cool Again (RCA)

1273

FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE/I Love My Country (BMLGR)

MORGAN WALLEN/More Than My Hometown (Big Loud)

1010

JASON ALDEAN/Got What I Got (Macon Music/Broken Bow)

99

1008

JON PARDI/Ain't Always The Cowboy (Capitol)

84

JUSTIN MOORE/Why We Drink (Valory)

73

FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE/I Love My Country (BMLGR) KENNY CHESNEY/Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner/WEA)

745

Country Aircheck Top Spin Gainers

Country Aircheck Top Recurrents

Points

MADDIE & TAE/Die From A Broken Heart (Mercury)

789

LUKE BRYAN/One Margarita (Capitol)

21298

LUKE COMBS/Lovin' On You (River House/Columbia)

708

SAM HUNT/Hard To Forget (MCA)

16744

DAN + SHAY/I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner/WAR)

674

MORGAN WALLEN/Chasin' You (Big Loud)

15828

B. SHELTON w/G. STEFANI/Happy Anywhere (Warner/WMN)

510

B. SHELTON w/G. STEFANI/Nobody But You (Warner/WMN)

13205

JUSTIN MOORE/Why We Drink (Valory)

509

GABBY BARRETT/I Hope (Warner/WAR)

12198

LEE BRICE/One Of Them Girls (Curb)

431

MIRANDA LAMBERT/Bluebird (RCA)

10980

KANE BROWN/Cool Again (RCA)

389

L. COMBS f/E. CHURCH/Does To Me (River House/Columbia)

9890

FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE/I Love My Country (BMLGR)

358

MAREN MORRIS/The Bones (Columbia)

9767

MORGAN WALLEN/More Than My Hometown (Big Loud)

334

TRAVIS DENNING/After A Few (Mercury)

9516

266

T. RHETT & J. PARDI/Beer Can't Fix (Valory/Capitol)

8065

JON PARDI/Ain't Always The Cowboy (Capitol)

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August 17, 2020

COUNTRY AIRCHECK ACTIVITY RUNAWAY JUNE/We Were Rich (Wheelhouse) Moves 48-45* 2,395 points, 737 spins 8 adds: KDRK, KFDI, KKGO, KTTS, WKHK, WLHK, WQNU WZZK DARIUS RUCKER/Beers And Sunshine (Capitol) Debuts at 46 2,352 points, 628 spins 14 adds including: *KATM, KJUG, KNCI, *KPLX, KRYS, KUZZ, KXKT, WCTK, WOGK, WQIK BRANTLEY GILBERT/Hard Days (Valory) Moves 49-47* 2,324 points, 747 spins 3 adds: KJKE, KKWF, WKIS GABBY BARRETT/The Good Ones (Warner/WAR) Debuts at 48* 2,229 points, 729 spins 5 adds: *KWEN, WAVW, WGTY, WLHK, WSIX

A D D DAT E S August 24 MICKEY GUYTON/Heaven Down Here (Capitol) LAINEY WILSON/Things A Man Oughta Know (Broken Bow)

August 31

THREE DAYS DIRTY/Bumper Crop (Copper 1 Music) LOCASH/Beers To Catch Up On (Wheelhouse) TRACE ADKINS/Better Off (Verge Records) OLD DOMINION/Never Be Sorry (RCA)

September 8

CODY JOHNSON/Dear Rodeo (Warner/CoJo/WMN)

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J. ALLEN & N. CYRUS/This Is Us (Records/Columbia/Stoney Creek) Moves 50-49* 2,109 points, 728 spins; no adds

CHECK OUT 8/21

ZAC BROWN BAND/The Man... (Home Grown Music/19th & Grand) Debuts at 50* 2,022 points, 712 spinsHere On Earth (BMLGR) Tim McGraw 6 adds: KTEX, WDAF, WKXC, WQYK, WWGR, WXCY The album is his first solo project in five years and first project since returning to Big Machine earlier this year. JAKE OWEN/Made For You (Big Loud) The 16-track collection includes lead single “I Called 1,865 points, 537 spins Mama” and boasts contributions from writers including 3 adds: WGTY Luke Laird,KWJJ, ShaneWAVW, McAnally, Lori McKenna, Ross Copperman and Jon Nite. COLE SWINDELL/Single Saturday Night (Warner/WMN) 1,513 points, spins Josh 461 Turner Country State of Mind (MCA) 4 adds: KSSN, WAVW, WBBS, pays WDSY The 12-song collection homage to Turner’s “Mount Rushmore of Country Music.” Collaborations TAYLOR SWIFT/Betty (Republic/MCA) include John Anderson (“I’ve Got It Made”), Kris 1,445 points, 347 spins Kristofferson (“Why Me”), Randy Travis (“Forever And 58 Amen”), adds including: KASE, (“Country KBEQ, KBQI, KDRK, KFRG, Ever, Chris Janson StateKCYE, Of Mind”), Maddie KHEY, KHGE, KILT, KJUG & Tae (“Desperately”) and Runaway June (“You Don’t Seem To Miss Me”).

CHECK OUT 8/21 Kree Harrison Chosen Family Tree (One Vision) Harrison produced her sophomore album alongside Jordan Lehning and Skylar Wilson. It features 12 songs including the title track — co-written with Fancy Hagood, Audra Mae and Skylar Wilson — and the Harrison, Joey Hyde and Trent Dabs-penned latest single “Lie With Me.” Tucker Beathard King (Warner/WAR) The second installment of his debut double album sees Beathard with co-producer, co-writer and lead guitar and drum credits throughout the 13-song set. The project is titled in tribute to the middle name of Beathard’s late brother, Clay, who also inspired the album’s final track, ”I Ain’t Without You,” written with his father Casey.

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August 17, 2020 LW

TW

Artist/Title (Label)

Points

1

1

Die From A Broken Heart (Mercury)

2

2

T. RHETT f/McENTIRE, SCOTT, URBAN & TOMLIN/Be A Light (Valory)

10707

4

3

JUSTIN MOORE/Why We Drink (Valory)

9875

MADDIE & TAE

3rd Week at No. 1

11291

+/- Points

Plays

197

2230

-4 151

+/- Plays Stations ADDS

32

46

0

2045

5

47

0

1909

73

46

0

3

4

CHRIS JANSON/Done (Warner/WAR)

9538

-1059

1881

-211

46

0

5

5

FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE/I Love My Country (BMLGR)

9452

420

1862

100

46

0

7

6

LUKE COMBS/Lovin' On You (River House/Columbia) ✔

8710

911

1659

163

47

0

KANE BROWN/Cool Again (RCA)

7850

444

1504

106

46

0

LEE BRICE/One Of Them Girls (Curb)

7804

245

1476

63

47

0

JASON ALDEAN/Got What I Got (Macon Music/Broken Bow)

7733

466

1469

99

48

0

10 7 8

8

12 9

KEITH URBAN/God Whispered Your Name (Capitol)

7214

-638

1388

-93

45

0

11 11

6

10

TIM MCGRAW/I Called Mama (Big Machine)

7056

-286

1326

-49

46

0

13 12

ASHLEY MCBRYDE/One Night Standards (Warner/WMN)

6896

-143

1340

-22

46

0

14 13

JAMESON RODGERS/Some Girls (River House/Columbia)

6754

-84

1271

-6

46

0

LOCASH/One Big Country Song (Wheelhouse)

5646

-1879

1093

-369

42

0

17 15

MATT STELL/Everywhere But On (Records/Arista)

5186

95

1036

28

44

1

9

14

22 16

BLAKE SHELTON f/G. STEFANI/Happy Anywhere (Warner/WMN) ✔

5121

1098

928

225

48

3

16 17

CHASE RICE/Lonely If You Are (Dack Janiels/Broken Bow)

5110

-15

960

2

41

0

18 18

JON PARDI/Ain't Always The Cowboy (Capitol)

5027

378

885

84

47

0

19 19

PARKER MCCOLLUM/Pretty Heart (MCA)

5012

464

967

69

47

1

20 20

BRAD PAISLEY/No I In Beer (Arista)

4489

-11

880

0

45

0

21 21

KIP MOORE/She's Mine (MCA)

4444

154

859

43

45

0

23 22

HARDY f/L. ALAINA & D. DAWSON/One Beer (Big Loud)

3871

372

725

63

46

2

26 23

KENNY CHESNEY/Happy Does (Blue Chair/Warner/WEA) ✔

3614

508

645

109

45

3

25 24

ERIC CHURCH/Stick That In Your Country Song (EMI Nashville)

3368

182

564

25

39

0

24 25

LADY A/Champagne Night (BMLGR)

3331

74

644

5

46

1

37 26

DAN + SHAY/I Should Probably Go To Bed (Warner/WAR) ✔

3130

1924

556

364

42

17

29 27

MORGAN WALLEN/More Than My Hometown (Big Loud) ✔

2848

612

532

111

48

6

28 28

RUSSELL DICKERSON/Love You Like I Used To (Triple Tigers)

2817

282

522

50

42

1

27 29

MIDLAND/Cheatin' Songs (Big Machine)

2736

-274

530

-45

41

0

33 30

RASCAL FLATTS/How They Remember You (Big Machine)

1759

107

339

11

37

0

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August 17, 2020 LW

Artist/Title (Label)

Points +/- Points

31 31

TW

BROTHERS OSBORNE/All Night (EMI Nashville)

1715

-18

Plays

289

+/- Plays

6

Stations Adds

23

2

32 32

KELSEA BALLERINI/Hole In The Bottle (Black River)

1662

1

256

-4

31

0

34 33

BRETT YOUNG/Lady (BMLGR)

1323

-79

188

-16

15

0

39 34

CHRIS LANE/Big, Big Plans (Big Loud)

1271

213

296

59

33

0

38 35

LITTLE BIG TOWN/Wine, Beer, Whiskey (Capitol)

1208

55

169

6

13

1

35 36

LAUREN ALAINA/Getting Good (Mercury)

1194

-59

271

-17

31

0

30 37

OLD DOMINION/Some People Do (RCA)

1158

-722

215

-152

36

0

41 38

JORDAN DAVIS/Almost Maybes (MCA)

1156

141

159

25

20

1

36 39

JON LANGSTON/Now You Know (32 Bridge/EMI Nashville)

938

-271

208

-43

30

0

40 40

DUSTIN LYNCH/Momma's House (Broken Bow)

933

-94

208

-9

30

0

43 41

MAREN MORRIS/To Hell & Back (Columbia)

763

25

134

4

17

1

50 42

COLE SWINDELL/Single Saturday Night (Warner/WMN)

689

160

86

21

5

1

42 43

DARIUS RUCKER/Beers And Sunshine (Capitol)

673

-229

103

-63

13

2

44 44

TENILLE ARTS/Somebody Like That (19th & Grand)

671

-3

158

-3

32

1

TAYLOR SWIFT/Betty (Republic/MCA)

622

358

106

65

12

1

Debut 45 46 46

RUNAWAY JUNE/We Were Rich (Wheelhouse)

616

11

130

0

24

1

47 47

ZAC BROWN BAND/The Man Who Loves You... (Home Grown/19th & Grand)

592

6

126

1

14

0

53 48

GABBY BARRETT/The Good Ones (Warner/WAR)

590

105

107

25

22

0

45 49

PARMALEE f/B. BROWN/Just The Way (Stoney Creek)

580

-62

115

-15

15

0

55 50

BRANTLEY GILBERT/Hard Days (Valory)

530

79

88

10

15

1

51 51

DYLAN SCOTT/Nobody (Curb)

503

-17

120

7

15

0

60 52

TIFFANY WOYS/Loved By You (Tiffany Woys)

497

86

91

16

8

0

49 53

JIMMIE ALLEN & NOAH CYRUS/This Is Us (Records/Columbia/Stoney Creek)

485

-53

49

-8

2

0

59 54

RANDALL KING/Hey Cowgirl (Warner/WEA)

470

51

99

11

9

0

57 55

CAM/Till There's Nothing Left (RCA/Triple Tigers)

470

30

47

3

1

0

OLD DOMINION/My Heart Is A Bar (RCA)

450

40

45

4

1

0

BRELAND/My Truck (Atlantic)

450

20

45

2

1

0

DANIELLE BRADBERY/Never Have I Ever (Big Machine/BMLGR)

423

12

52

1

5

0

JAKE OWEN/Made For You (Big Loud)

417

-120

76

-16

7

0

SHY CARTER/Good Love (Warner/WAR)

410

20

41

2

1

0

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