Idols In Concert – Stats – 03/22/12

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Tour results from American Idol, Canadian Idol, America’s Got Talent and The Voice. This is the daily numbers thread. Please post numbers when you find them. Thanks!

16 Hedley, Classified, Anjulie, My Name is Kay
Montreal, Quebec; Bell Centre
March 12, 2012
$427,706; 8,565 of 9,732 (88%); Ticket Prices: $49.94

31 Jackie Evancho, Josh Page
Indio, Calif.; Fantasy Springs Casino
Jan. 28, 2012
$222,929; 2,996 of 3,449 (87%); Ticket Prices: $89, $49

40 Kelly Clarkson, Matt Nathanson
Johnstown, Pa.; Cambria County War Memorial Arena
Jan. 28, 2012
$148,576; 3,299 of 4,243 (78%); Ticket Prices: $75, $49, $39

124 Xenia, Jamie Bendell, Rory Sullivan and the Second Season
Brooklyn, N.Y.; Knitting Factory
Nov. 9, 2011
$750; 75 of 300 (25%); Ticket Prices: $10

 
  • http://twitter.com/BIackAdam Theo Adam

    Xenia, 75 out of 300 (25%) and ticket sales were only $10. Hahaha!

  • Anonymous

    She is a new, young artist coming from a show that has given virtually no support post-TV. Her EP has managed to stay in the top 1000 albums for the majority of the time since its release, her music is well-received on youtube, and IMO, she is one of the most unique and talented vocalist to come from any singing show. Those are modest sales, sure, but I wouldn’t count her out just yet. She has a lot of years ahead of her to make her mark in the industry, and I look forward to following her career in the years to come. 

  • Anonymous

    Xenia’s dilemma is why Idol is the overall better product, IMO.  Idol has its flaws, but it understands that some of the contestants need to be successful in order to validate the show and does provide some suport.  The Voice hasn’t learned this lesson yet.

  • Listening

    I feel bad for Xenia it’s hard to believe after all the exposure she got 75 people is the result.

    I know like if she’d never been on the show new bands and  artists would be jumping up and down w/ those results. I remeber David Cook talking about how at times he’s only played for like 4 people and ine of the was his boss at the bar something like that. Now is their exaggeration for humor maybe but it had to be close.

    The sad thing about that number is she has to split it with 3 other acts, Jamie Bendell, Rory Sullivan and the Second Season, or 2  is the Second Season actually an act or some other description.

    I’m just curious is the problem that The Voice contestants don’t have a name brand yet. If you say i’m Idol it has some recognition and prestige associated w/ it most of the time if you say Idol all the Idols you ever liked pop into your head which puts you in a better light just by thin connection. Saying you have an Idol contestant playing at your bar/club/wedding can be an attention getting maybe not so much for a voice contestant

    Well whatever i’m sure this comes down to management and support was she even signed? At least she got some money from her itunes sales on the show.

  • http://twitter.com/eilonwya10 Eilonwy

    It’s time for the Twitter report

    During the week, the average gain was 17%, with a high of 30% for Josh Ledet (this is separate from his 29% gain the night of his WAMLAW performance). That percentage gains are dramatic during the first couple live weeks, then taper off, is the normal pattern established last year, so it’s not necessarily an indicator of the quality of the show as a whole. Rank order remained unchanged, with Heejun Han (then approaching 80,000 followers) at the top and Ledet, along with Elise Testone (both around 20,500), in a dead heat for the bottom of the list. Shannon Magrane’s Bye-Bye Boost was 13%.

    Pre-show to next morning gains, which might reasonably be attributed to the performances, clustered tightly around a 4.5% average. (As a reference point, Rosado and Magrane, now that they’re gone from the show, gained 1% each overnight.) Here is the rank order by percentage gain. Two stars = WNTS top 3. One star = WNTS bottom 3.

    1   Dixon, Colton   8% **
    2T   Phillips, Philip   6% 
    2T   Sanchez, Jessica   6% **
    4   Testone, Elise   5% **
    5T   Laine, Skylar   4% 
    5T   Ledet, Joshua   4% *
    7T   Cavanagh, Hollie   3% 
    7T   Brackensick, Deandre   3% *
    7T   Van Pelt, Erika   3% 
    7T   Han, Heejun   3% *

    The only resulting change to rank order is that Han’s lost his commanding hold on the #1 position. Phillips-Han-Dixon are now clustered so tightly in raw follower numbers that it’s essentially a tie. All three have passed 80,000 followers.

    If each viewer followed only one Idol (which we know is not the case), only ~3% of viewers would be following somebody still in the competition; so real viewer involvement as Twitter followers is less widespread than that.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SYFK77IYLRQIVATQ2MJKSW2J7Y Pam

    Here is the update.  Remember, I didn’t post one yesterday because some formats were not updated at All Access.  What you will see here is yesterday and today’s combined in order just to catch up.

    CHR/Pop
    1 1 KELLY CLARKSON Stronger (What Doesn… 13409 13520 -111 98.016
    -92 Spins
    -164 Bullet
    -0.251 AI

    23 19 ONE DIRECTION What Makes You Beaut… 4111 2748 1363 25.50
    +429 Spins
    +59 Bullet
    +2.471 AI

    42 37 CARLY RAE JEPSEN Call Me Maybe 1026 655 371 5.728
    +120 Spins
    0 Bullet
    +1.036 AI

    46 42 CHRIS RENE Young Homie 612 531 81 1.791
    +1 Position
    +31 Spins
    -1 Bullet
    +0.191 AI

    52 50 ADAM LAMBERT Better Than I Know M… 314 315 -1 1.06

    HAC
    1 1 KELLY CLARKSON Stronger (What Doesn… 5334 5000 334 37.004
    +19 Spins
    +41 Bullet
    +0.22 AI

    22 20 ADAM LAMBERT Better Than I Know M… 1120 966 154 4.479
    +29 Spins
    -3 Bullet
    +0.001 AI

    38 35 JAMES DURBIN Love Me Bad 370 308 62 0.688
    +5 Spins
    +5 Bullet
    -0.016 AI

    58 47 ONE DIRECTION What Makes You Beaut… 193 71 122 1.005
    +3 Positions
    +33 Spins
    +10 Bullet
    +0.282 AI

    52 49 CARRIE UNDERWOOD Good Girl 186 108 78 1.473
    +21 Spins
    +4 Bullet
    +0.186 AI

    AC
    6 6 KELLY CLARKSON Mr. Know It All 1501 1541 -40 11.208
    -1 Position
    +2 Spins
    +40 Bullet
    +0.096 AI

    10 10 KELLY CLARKSON Stronger (What Doesn… 987 840 147 9.015
    +44 Spins
    -44 Bullet
    +0.533 AI

    14 13 DAUGHTRY Crawling Back To You 414 371 43 2.443
    0 Spins
    -9 Bullet
    -0.038 AI
     
    30 24 ELLIOTT YAMIN 3 Words 75 52 23 0.04
    0 Spins
    -8 Bullet
    -0.019 AI

    40 36 ADAM LAMBERT Better Than I Know M… 29 28 1 0.099
    +2 Positions
    +1 Spin
    +2 Bullet
    -0.001 AI

    48 49 CLAY AIKEN Bring Back My Love 8 17 -9 0.015
    -4 Positions
    -2 Spins
    +1 Bullet
    -0.006 AI

    Country
    14 11 CARRIE UNDERWOOD Good Girl 3869 3454 415 29.338
    +1 Position
    +2 Spins
    -172 Bullet
    +0.206 AI

    26 24 CASEY JAMES Let’s Don’t Call It … 1745 1566 179 11.414
    -1 Position
    +56 Spins
    +37 Bullet
    +0.38 AI

    21 28 SCOTTY MCCREERY The Trouble With Gir… 1081 2260 -1179 7.965
    -2 Positions
    -280 Spins
    +48 Bullet
    -2.097 AI

    32 32 LAUREN ALAINA Georgia Peaches 1017 960 57 6.197
    -1 Position
    +11 Spins
    -15 Bullet
    +0.025 AI

    Urban
    28 25 JENNIFER HUDSON Think Like A Man f/N… 1003 919 84 4.715
    +20 Spins
    +11 Bullet
    +0.144 AI

    150 49 MARCUS CANTY Won’t Make A Fool Ou… 273 33 240 1.09

    Urban AC
    11 14 JENNIFER HUDSON I Got This 692 749 -57 2.988
    -3 Positions
    -53 Spins
    -56 Bullet
    -0.502 AI

    21 19 RUBEN STUDDARD June 28th (I’m Singl… 417 374 43 2.072
    +14 Spins
    +66 Bullet
    -0.024 AI
     
    26 24 REBECCA FERGUSON Nothing’s Real But L… 239 210 29 1.842
    +1 Position
    +13 Spins
    +57 Bullet
    +0.146 AI

    37 28 JENNIFER HUDSON Think Like A Man f/N… 176 108 68 2.175
    +10 Spins
    +10 Bullet
    +0.151 AI

    Rhythmic
    48 48 KELLY CLARKSON Stronger (What Doesn… 338 420 -82 2.359
    +8 Spins
    -5 Bullet
    +0.075 AI

    Christian AC
    50 47 MANDISA Good Morning f/ Toby… 54 56 -2 0.274

    Smooth Jazz
    30 30 KELLY CLARKSON Mr. Know It All 21 22 -1 0.189
    -2 Positions
    -1 Spin
    -1 Bullet
    +0.01 AI

    36 42 REBECCA FERGUSON Nothing’s Real But L… 17 19 -2 0.022
    -2 Positions
    -1 Spin
    -2 Bullet
    -0.002 AI

    Canada-CHR/Pop
    9 6 KELLY CLARKSON Stronger (What Doesn… 1251 1118 133 8.509
    +2 Positions
    +57 Spins
    +49 Bullet
    +0.354 AI

    10 8 CARLY RAE JEPSEN Call Me Maybe 1159 1100 59 6.783
    +1 Position
    +21 Spins
    +29 Bullet
    +0.016 AI

    13 10 ONE DIRECTION What Makes You Beaut… 1058 905 153 7.997
    +2 Positions
    +41 Spins
    +29 Bullet
    +0.647 AI

    Canada-HAC
    1 1 KELLY CLARKSON Stronger (What Doesn… 1082 1093 -11 5.161
    +3 Spins
    +3 Bullet
    -0.102 AI

    7 6 CARLY RAE JEPSEN Call Me Maybe 716 703 13 3.476
    +2 Spins
    +13 Bullet
    -0.09 AI

    18 16 ONE DIRECTION What Makes You Beaut… 511 427 84 2.612
    +14 Spins
    -25 Bullet
    -0.027 AI

    31 42 ADAM LAMBERT Better Than I Know M… 172 202 -30 0.535
    -6 Positions
    -7 Spins
    -15 Bullet
    -0.025 AI

    41 44 DAUGHTRY Crawling Back To You 151 139 12 0.615
    -1 Position
    +3 Spins
    +16 Bullet
    -0.023 AI

    Canada-Main AC
    2 2 CARLY RAE JEPSEN Call Me Maybe 353 335 18 3.429
    +5 Spins
    +15 Bullet
    +0.137 AI

    5 3 KELLY CLARKSON Stronger (What Doesn… 340 287 53 2.34
    +12 Spins
    -3 Bullet
    -0.223 AI

    118 48 REBECCA FERGUSON Nothing’s Real But L… 38 8 30 1.256

    Canada-Country
    15 16 CARRIE UNDERWOOD Good Girl 552 488 64 2.479
    -2 Positions
    +8 Spins
    -32 Bullet
    +0.062 AI

    45 47 SCOTTY MCCREERY The Trouble With Gir… 89 115 -26 0.404
    -1 Position
    -12 Spins
    -9 Bullet
    -0.058 AI

  • http://twitter.com/youtweetmetoo it’s me

    i like Xenia & i would pay $50 to go see her!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SYFK77IYLRQIVATQ2MJKSW2J7Y Pam

    i-tunes

    Singles
    6. What Makes You Beautiful – One Direction (Deluxe)
    8. Call Me Maybe – Carly Rae Jepsen
    9. Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You) – Kelly Clarkson (Deluxe)
    14. Set Fire to the Rain – ADELE
    18. Good Girl – Carrie Underwood
    20. Piano Man (American Idol Performance) – Colton Dixon
    31. Come Away to the Water (feat. Rozzi Crane) – Maroon 5
    38. Rumour Has It – ADELE
    45. Fly Over States – Jason Aldean
    46. Someone Like You – ADELE
    53. Free – Haley Reinhart
    57. Drink On It – Blake Shelton
    65. Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song) [American Idol Performance] – Phillip Phillips
    70. Moves Like Jagger (Studio Recording from “The Voice” Performance) [feat. Christina Aguilera] – Maroon 5
    81. Young Homie – Chris Rene
    99. One Thing – One Direction (Deluxe)
    102. Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You) – Kelly Clarkson
    108. God Gave Me You – Blake Shelton
    119. Stereo Hearts (feat. Adam Levine) – Gym Class Heroes
    123. What Makes You Beautiful – One Direction
    132. History Is Made At Night (SMASH Cast Version) [feat. Megan Hilty & Will Chase] – SMASH Cast
    134. Think Like a Man (feat. Rick Ross) [from the Motion Picture “Think Like A Man”] – Jennifer Hudson & Ne-Yo
    147. Mr. Know It All – Kelly Clarkson (Deluxe)
    171. The Trouble With Girls – Scotty McCreery
    175. Vienna (American Idol Peformance) – Elise Testone
    187. Honey Bee – Blake Shelton
    226. Let Me Be Your Star (SMASH Cast Version) [feat. Katharine McPhee & Megan Hilty] – SMASH Cast
    236. Everybody Has a Dream (American Idol Performance) – Jessica Sanchez
    249. Moments – One Direction (Deluxe)
    250. Up All Night – One Direction (Deluxe)
    253. Georgia Peaches – Lauren Alaina
    270. Remind Me (Duet with Carrie Underwood) – Brad Paisley
    274. We Are Young (Glee Cast Version) – Glee Cast
    288. She Will Be Loved – Maroon 5
    303. Don’t You Wanna Stay (with Kelly Clarkson) – Jason Aldean
    308. One and Only – ADELE
    342. No Air – Jordin Sparks & Chris Brown
    343. Make You Feel My Love – ADELE
    347. Let’s Don’t Call It a Night – Casey James
    375. Turning Tables – ADELE
    377. Bleeding Love – Leona Lewis
    409. One Thing – One Direction
    417. On The Floor (feat. Pitbull) – Jennifer Lopez
    419. Gotta Be You (2012 US Version) – One Direction (Deluxe)
    429. Ol’ Red – Blake Shelton
    441. Footloose – Blake Shelton
    454. Forget You – Cee Lo Green
    464. More Than This – One Direction (Deluxe)
    479. Better Than I Know Myself – Adam Lambert
    480. Good Morning (feat. TobyMac) – Mandisa & tobyMac
    508. Some Beach – Blake Shelton
    512. Before He Cheats – Carrie Underwood
    526. Harder to Breathe – Maroon 5
    528. Bad Day – Daniel Powter
    534. On Lexington & 52nd Street (feat. Will Chase) [From the Television Series "Smash"] – SMASH Cast
    549. Just a Dream – Carrie Underwood
    559. F**k You – Cee Lo Green
    570. Stand Up – One Direction (Deluxe)
    577. Gotta Be You (2012 US Version) – One Direction
    578. Let’s Be Bad (SMASH Cast Version) [feat. Megan Hilty] – SMASH Cast
    590. Chasing Pavements – ADELE
    631. Cowboy Casanova – Carrie Underwood
    634. Love the Way You Miss Me – Casey James
    637. I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing – Aerosmith
    663. Beautiful – Christina Aguilera
    685. Crazy – Aerosmith
    761. Misery – Maroon 5
    809. The 20th Century Fox Mambo (SMASH Cast Version) [feat. Katharine McPhee] – SMASH Cast
    819. You Know I’m No Good (The Voice Performance) – Pip
    860. Makes Me Wonder – Maroon 5
    862. Undo It – Carrie Underwood
    864. Sunday Morning – Maroon 5
    865. Jesus, Take the Wheel – Carrie Underwood
    879. Cough Syrup (Glee Cast Version) – Glee Cast
    885. Fool for You (feat. Melanie Fiona) – Cee Lo Green
    916. All-American Girl – Carrie Underwood
    923. Already Gone – Kelly Clarkson
    945. Glad You Came (Glee Cast Version) – Glee Cast
    947. Beautiful (SMASH Cast Version) [feat. Katharine McPhee] – SMASH Cast
    956. Breakaway – Kelly Clarkson
    963. Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car (The Voice Performance) – Jermaine Paul

    Albums
    3. 21 – ADELE
    8. Up All Night (Deluxe Version) – One Direction
    12. Up All Night – One Direction
    13. Casey James – Casey James
    31. Greatest Hits, Vols. 1 & 2 – Billy Joel
    33. 19 – ADELE
    35. The Essential Billy Joel – Billy Joel
    39. Stronger (Deluxe Version) – Kelly Clarkson
    50. Stronger – Kelly Clarkson
    79. Hands All Over – Maroon 5
    95. Red River Blue (Deluxe Version) – Blake Shelton
    119. Break the Spell (Deluxe Version) – Daughtry
    178. Hands All Over (Deluxe Version) – Maroon 5
    217. Songs About Jane – Maroon 5
    277. Carnival Ride – Carrie Underwood
    296. Wildflower – Lauren Alaina
    313. Duets II – Tony Bennett
    325. iTunes Festival: London 2011 – EP – ADELE
    363. It Won’t Be Soon Before Long – Maroon 5
    393. What If We Were Real – Mandisa
    415. Clear As Day – Scotty McCreery
    489. Big Ones – Aerosmith
    508. Break the Spell – Daughtry
    509. The Essential: Aerosmith – Aerosmith
    518. Play On – Carrie Underwood
    543. Letters from Birmingham – Ruben Studdard
    575. Greatest Hits, Vol. 3 – Billy Joel
    655. iTunes Live from SoHo – ADELE
    661. Breakaway – Kelly Clarkson
    695. Daughtry – Daughtry
    708. Soul Surfer (Music from the Motion Picture) – Various Artists
    715. Red – Dia Frampton
    788. Some Hearts – Carrie Underwood
    836. Leave This Town (Bonus Track Version) – Daughtry
    859. Glee: The Music, Vol. 7 – Glee Cast
    952. Memories of a Beautiful Disaster – James Durbin

  • Anonymous

    I find it interesting that with how popular Kelly is right now she doesn’t sell out her concerts.  At least I have noticed she hasn’t a few times.  Given how the country music concerts with Aldean,pasley and Sheldon have been doing I can see why she would be dipping her toes in that arena.

  • Anonymous

    I feel bad for Xenia because her EP is good and she probably should be getting more promotion. But unfortunately, that 25% capacity isn’t all that unusual for artists who are unknown and trying to build a fanbase outside of their local market. And despite her appearing on The Voice, to most people, Xenia is still an unknown artist.

    Congrats to all the ex-Idols and XFactor-ers who have cracked Top 50 in their respective formats on this morning’s charts.

  • Anonymous

    Here are the latest numbers for how Kris is doing on Hot AC over the last 7 days. Because not all the stations that are spinning TVOL show up on his “Leaders” and “starters” pages on All-Access and he isn’t charting in the Top 50 yet, the AI given here is approximate:

    Rank:  ?
    Spins: 57 (+13)
    Bullet: 21 (+9)
    AI:   approx .185 (+.070)

    If my count is correct (which it should be, although it’s possible I’ve missed something), TVOL has received 53 monitored spins since the start of this current reporting period (a.k.a. this past Sunday, so 4 days + this morning). He finished the last 7-day reporting period with a total of 40 monitored spins, so he has already easily surpassed that.

  • Anonymous

    Ouch at Xenia.

  • ronnie

    Casey James is looking at 12-15k in first-week sales for his self-titled debut.  Maybe he should not have waited this long, although his singles sales aren’t bad.

  • Valentin432

    With Casey, the important part is not the initial numbers, it’s wheter or not he can get his songs high on country radio to make an impact and raise his profile among new country artists.
    For a first single, LDCIAN is doing really well, but not to the point that it makes him an instant star like Easton Corbin or The Band Perry recently.

    Windmills seems to be optimistic about a few of his tracks becoming top 10 hits, that’s what will dictate the success of this album ultimately.

  • AllenTX

    First-week sales is just that, first week sales. it only matters to the media in the first week, if it matters at all. Casey’s single is at #24 now, which shows he has potential in that genre. I’ll take a even moderate hit single with 15k first-week than a, say 25k first week with a total flop radio wise.

  • ronnie

    Of course, first week sales matter- how can that even be said?  The single has been on chart for months, he has done many high-profile shows, there is awareness out there he has an album out, he was on Ellen, for goodness sake, which has millions of viewers, 10- 12k for the first week is very bad, though it’s not impossible to overcome and he could still do well by selling steady, but that’s not a good number compared to the exposure he has gotten, I think it’s a bit ridiculous to pretend otherwise, although it’s not a total roadblock.

  • windmills

    Valentin432: Windmills seems to be optimistic about a few of his tracks becoming top 10 hits, that’s what will dictate the success of this album ultimately.

    I am optimistic about how Workin On It, Drive, and So Sweet would do if they were released as singles. The Good Life would also sound good on country radio. People other than me have singled out Cryin On A Suitcase as a potential hit too and they may be right about that, I’m just not into that song. But, with as long as the singles are likely to take to climb there may only be time for 2 more singles after LDCIAN. And, it is yet to be determined whether the label will agree with what I think are the obvious single choices. There are other songs that IMO would sink the album if they were singles.

    My main concern with CaseyJ’s singles is wanting BNA go a little edgy with the next single and not get too caught up with the idea of following a romantic/sexy single with another romantic single.

    As far as the 1st week sales projection, a t20 country hit is usually good for 10-20k 1st week sales for an unknown. CaseyJ doesn’t quite have that t20 hit yet but he’s also not quite an unknown. But, he’s also 2 years off an AI season that was not a popular one and showed a lower than usual translation rate between viewers and sales. 

    I’d still like to see that projection trend up a little a hit 15-20k but like Valentin432 said, the story for CaseyJ will be whether his singles can establish him somewhat at country radio and drive steady sales. AI may give him stronger recognition factor than an unknown but I believe the sales advantage it gave CaseyJ has dwindled to the 5k range at this point (5k is also the 1st week sales of his single LDCIAN).

    ronnie: but that’s not a good number compared to the exposure he has gotten, 

    When Hunter Hayes released his album in October, he also had a t25 single and he got Letterman (who was averaging 3.3 million viewers at the time: link). He sold 17-18k 1st week. 

    Ellen’s show wasn’t in the t25 of syndicated shows last week (link) with the #25 show scoring 3.4 million viewers. Based on a post in the comments at the link, she’s just a little below the #25 show. So, the ratings are comparable to Letterman’s.

    ronnie: Of course, first week sales matter- how can that even be said?

    It can be said quite easily after looking at the ratio of 1st week sales to eventual total sales for new country acts like Easton Corbin and Jerrod Niemann who have succeeded in cracking country radio.

  • AllenTX

    well, it’s not like 100k first-week sales v. 15k, I fail to see how rushing out a album with no radio hit and selling 10k more matters that much. but ymmv

  • Anonymous

    Of course, first week sales matter- how can that even be said?

    I think first week sales only matter on a board like this where people like to compare such things.  I never see first week sales being a factor anyplace else, really, since what ultimately matters is how a project does over the long run.  Casey’s only on his first single,  the song’s doing respectably well, and most non-Idol reviewers agree he has other radio-friendly singles on the album from which to choose.

    Casey’s also been off the show long enough that I don’t know how big of an Idol fan base he really has; probably if his label thought he had a big one, they would have rushed out an album shortly after his season ended.  The lengthy path they’ve taken in releasing the album tells me they’re going to rely more on airplay & word of mouth than any sort of Idol bump.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SYFK77IYLRQIVATQ2MJKSW2J7Y Pam

    If you missed the Soundscan figures for the week, you can find them here.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SYFK77IYLRQIVATQ2MJKSW2J7Y Pam

    Hot 100 from Pulse:

    1 1 1 13 We Are Young, fun. Featuring Janelle Monae 1
    2 2 2 13 Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You), Kelly Clarkson 1
    3 4 4 10 Glad You Came, The Wanted 3
    4 3 3 29 Set Fire To The Rain, Adele 1
    5 5 9 11 Somebody That I Used To Know, Gotye Featuring Kimbra 5
    6 9 6 5 Starships, Nicki Minaj 6
    7 6 8 16 Turn Me On, David Guetta Featuring Nicki Minaj 4
    8 7 11 18 Take Care, Drake Featuring Rihanna 7
    9 12 19 11 Wild Ones, Flo Rida Featuring Sia 9
    10 10 5 5 Part Of Me, Katy Perry 1

    19 33 44 5 What Makes You Beautiful, One Direction 19

    23 24 31 4 Call Me Maybe, Carly Rae Jepsen 23
    28 27 28 39 Moves Like Jagger, Maroon 5 Featuring Christina Aguilera 1
    30 37 18 4 Good Girl, Carrie Underwood 18

    31 29 24 37 Someone Like You, Adele 1
    33 30 32 63 Rolling In The Deep, Adele 1

    49 50 51 8 Drink On It, Blake Shelton 49
    50 57 39 14 Rumour Has It, Adele 39

    55 61 64 4 Fly Over States, Jason Aldean 55

    90 NEW 1 One Thing, One Direction 90

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SYFK77IYLRQIVATQ2MJKSW2J7Y Pam

    Hot 100 Airplay
    2012-03-31

    1 1 1 17 Set Fire To The Rain, Adele 1
    2 2 2 10 Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You), Kelly Clarkson 2
    3 3 5 13 Turn Me On, David Guetta Feat. Nicki Minaj 3
    4 5 7 13 Take Care, Drake Feat. Rihanna 4
    5 4 3 26 We Found Love, Rihanna Feat. Calvin Harris 1
    6 11 14 5 Part Of Me, Katy Perry 6
    7 13 17 8 Glad You Came, The Wanted 7
    8 7 8 17 International Love, Pitbull Feat. Chris Brown 7
    9 6 4 22 Good Feeling, Flo Rida 3
    10 9 10 16 Young, Wild & Free, Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifia 9

    18 16 16 35 Moves Like Jagger, Maroon 5 Feat. Christina Aguilera 1

    31 25 21 32 Someone Like You, Adele 135
    37 40 8 Drink On It, Blake Shelton 35

    50 55 65 3 Good Girl, Carrie Underwood 50

    53 56 61 4 Fly Over States, Jason Aldean 53
    57 1 Rumour Has It, Adele 57

    64 NEW 1 What Makes You Beautiful, One Direction 64
    66 61 54 53 Rolling In The Deep, Adele 1

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SYFK77IYLRQIVATQ2MJKSW2J7Y Pam

    Hot Digital Songs
    2012-03-31

    1 1 1 12 We Are Young, fun. Featuring Janelle Monae 1
    2 2 2 9 Glad You Came, The Wanted 2
    3 4 4 5 Starships, Nicki Minaj 3
    4 5 5 10 Somebody That I Used To Know, Gotye Featuring Kimbra 4
    5 3 3 13 Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You), Kelly Clarkson 1
    6 6 11 9 Wild Ones, Flo Rida Featuring Sia 6
    7 17 28 5 What Makes You Beautiful, One Direction 7
    8 11 17 9 Drive By, Train 8
    9 8 13 4 Call Me Maybe, Carly Rae Jepsen 8
    10 7 7 5 Part Of Me, Katy Perry 1

    13 9 6 32 Set Fire To The Rain, Adele 1
    19 22 9 4 Good Girl, Carrie Underwood 9

    34 27 21 62 Rolling In The Deep, Adele 1
    35 35 30 8 Rumour Has It, Adele 30

    42 34 27 35 Someone Like You, Adele 1
    48 NEW 1 One Thing, One Direction 48
    49 61 75 3 Fly Over States, Jason Aldean 49

    60 54 40 39 Moves Like Jagger, Maroon 5 Featuring Christina Aguilera 1

    65 NEW 1 Young Homie, Chris Rene 65
    70 57 55 4 Drink On It, Blake Shelton 55

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SYFK77IYLRQIVATQ2MJKSW2J7Y Pam

    On-Demand Songs
    2012-03-31

    1 1 2 We Are Young, fun. Featuring Janelle Monae 1
    2 2 2 Somebody That I Used To Know, Gotye Featuring Kimbra 2
    3 3 2 Rack City, Tyga 3
    4 7 2 Glad You Came, The Wanted 4
    5 5 2 Take Care, Drake Featuring Rihanna 5
    6 4 2 Ni**as in Paris, Jay Z Kanye West 4
    7 6 2 We Found Love, Rihanna Featuring Calvin Harris 6
    8 9 2 Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You), Kelly Clarkson 8
    9 8 2 Young, Wild & Free, Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa Featuring Bruno Mars 8
    10 13 2 Starships, Nicki Minaj 10

    13 28 2 Call Me Maybe, Carly Rae Jepsen 1315 10 2 Rolling In The Deep, Adele 10

    27 NEW 1 What Makes You Beautiful, One Direction 27

    38 35 2 Moves Like Jagger, Maroon 5 Featuring Christina Aguilera 35
    40 37 2 Stereo Hearts, Gym Class Heroes Featuring Adam Levine 37

  • Anonymous

    #13 album for Casey J – not bad!!

  • Indigobunting

    I agree I am disappointed with that prediction- I had been hoping for 30k for Casey J if he didn’t get an Idol performance, based on his radio AI (anything over 10k sells albums doesn’t it?), his active fan base (much as I dislike the video, I’m sure I’m not the only one voting for it since his Idol base has kept him near the top 10 at GAC most of the time (of course no where near Scotty and Lauren, but still) who realistically- it has only been one more year after country Idols put out their CDS-and there is a lot of country interest after last year; I think that will help CJ.

    But I think there is no way he will only sell 12-15k! I’m sure he will do better than other newbies with his Idol base, the album is cheap ($7.99), they are giving away his single on the front page of iTunes (I think HDD must be under-predicting the sales for that-it must be helping album sales), he has Today show and Ellen this week, as well as his hometown party, where he should sell another 1k easy.

    12-15k must be from Brick and mortar stores; I think they will under-predict. I hope so for CJ, and also I will owe some margaritas on bets ;)

  • Anonymous

    I just bought my first country album.  Thanks Casey for expanding my musical taste with this great album.

  • steph6449

    I don’t think they were expecting crazy high sales numbers, but still 12-15k seems disappointing for CJ given typical results for either an AI alum or a reasonably well-promoted country newbie (of which CJ qualifies IMO as both).

    My predictions haven’t been doing too well for S9 (I way underestimated Crystal, for one). But I was thinking maybe his album would debut somewhere in the 15-25k range. Maybe it will still come in a little higher than they are showing.

    It will be interesting how things unfold if that’s the result and then presumably his follow-on sales will continue to be modest unless he throws out a huge breakout hit this next time up a la the Easton Corbin or Jerrod Niemann examples. I haven’t heard any of CJ’s songs that strike me as having the type of potential of Easton’s A Little More Country Than That (the success of which I 1000% understood), or Jerrod’s Lover Lover (the success of which I was totally baffled by, lol).

    If CJ’s second song doesn’t break out more dramatically than his first, it will be interesting how much promotion he will get. The track record doesn’t seem to be very good with the newcomer AI grads in that regard if they don’t put themselves somewhat quickly on a path to reach an appealing financial picture with their record contracts. I know the conventional wisdom of some CJ followers is that his record deal is special and allows him some specially elongated time to develop. But even for just a plain country newbie they don’t always get all the time in the world before enough revenue-friendly results come through for the label to justify continued singles and follow-on albums.

    ETA: just in context, on the Easton and Jerrod cases, while their overall album sales did climb over time a lot higher than their debut week, they both debuted considerably higher than typical newbies that year. Danny was an anomaly coming off AI, but a lot of the newbies were debuting with 15-20k first week sales. Easton had 45k his first week, and pretty sure Jerrod was +/- 30k his first week out so triple / double the norm if you want to look at it that way. CJ currently seems to be slightly below the norm for a new country act that has some name recognition and promotion backing them up. To propel their sales (and probably in part due to their sales/radio results), Easton and Jerrod both also had award nominations, and Easton performed on the ACAs that year if I’m recalling accurately. It will be a tough road for CJ to follow that path.

  • LVD

    I don’t think they were expecting crazy high sales numbers, but still 12-15k seems disappointing for CJ given typical results for either an AI alum or a reasonably well-promoted country newbie (of which CJ qualifies IMO as both). 

    No we were not expecting crazy first week sales, I ve been saying for a while now I expect 10k – 20k. You just had to look at Casey’s first week sales for LDCIAN to realize that he doesn’t have a big idol fanbase. You are not suddenly going to jump from 5k to 25k – 30k after even more time, without a no. 1 hit or something. 
    But this isn’t out of the norm, I read Craig Morgan sold 12k last week (which was his first week sales), and he is very well known in country and his single is in the top 20.  

    No one said Casey is special he is just taking the same route as normal new artists would. Like other new artists his album sales will depend on his singles and the radio play he gets. This isn’t something that can be determined in a week it is a long process. 
    BNA obviously didn’t expect big numbers, as they shipped a low amount of copies, his album is already sold out in a lot of places. 

  • LVD

      My main concern with CaseyJ’s singles is wanting BNA go a little edgy with the next single and not get too caught up with the idea of following a romantic/sexy single with another romantic single. 

    Yes, this is my main concern right now.And speaking of which I am surprised Love the way you miss me is the best selling song on the album so far, and So Sweet are also starting to appear, people are buying all of the ballads. But then again perhaps even more surprising is the fact LDCIAN is selling when can get it for free. lol 

  • Anonymous

    And speaking of which I am surprised Love the way you miss me is the best selling song on the album so far, and So Sweet are also starting to appear, people are buying all of the ballads. But then again perhaps even more surprising is the fact LDCIAN is selling when can get it for free. lol  

    It’s not too surprising, since the people who are buying the singles are more than likely Casey’s AI fans, who would demographically speaking more than likely be more interested in the ballads.  We’ve seen the same thing with Lauren, and people buying Dirt Road Prayer, when her album was released,  The Truth from Kris Allen, and Scars from Allison’s.  

  • Indigobunting

    I’m not surprised by that…the album isn’t really what I expected from him- it is more ‘countrified’ easy listening  than I thought it would be.  And the best song by far in that vein is Love The Way You Miss Me. A couple people pointed to the album didn’t buy it, but did like that song.  But it shouldn’t be the next single, IMO-too much like LDCIAN in tone.

  • Anonymous

    Casey James is looking at 12-15k in first-week sales for his self-titled debut.  Maybe he should not have waited this long, although his singles sales aren’t bad.  

    We always pay attention to the first week numbers, but the album isn’t out for just one week.  What’s the point of capitalizing off of big first week numbers by selling the album to AI fans, if Casey doesn’t do anything to establish himself in his genre, so that he can sell music beyond just one album?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SYFK77IYLRQIVATQ2MJKSW2J7Y Pam

    From HDD:

    Universal Republic’s The Hunger Games soundtrack will be the first non-Columbia title in 12 weeks to top the chart as the album appears on track for an opening just shy of 200k. With the film opening tomorrow, a strong weekend box office could potentially help drive sales even higher. UMG will also score the #1 album in the following two weeks as Madonna and Nicki Minaj will both debut on top. Columbia will have five of the Top Six albums next week and although Adele’s 21 is no longer #1, it has sold a whopping 2.4 million albums this year alone and will repeat as 2012′s best selling album. Here’s how it looks headed into the weekend:

    *The Hunger Games (Universal Republic) 180-200k
    Adele 21 (XL/Columbia) 125-135k
    *The Shins (Columbia) 70-75k
    One Direction (Columbia) 55-60k
    *Odd Future (Columbia/RED) 40-45k
    Bruce Springsteen (Columbia) 35-40k
    Whitney Houston (RCA) 28-32k
    *Melanie Fiona (SRC/Universal Republic) 27-30k
    Now 41 (Capitol/EMI) 24-27k
    fun. (Fueled by Ramen/Atlantic) 21-24k
    Gotye (Fairfax/Universal Republic) 20-23k
    *Diggy (Atlantic) 20-23k
    *Esperanza Spaulding (Concord) 20-23k
    Adele 19 (XL/Columbia) 18-21k
    Luke Bryan (Capitol Nashville/EMI) 17-20k
    Rihanna (Def Jam/IDJ) 17-20k
    Kelly Clarkson (19/RCA) 17-20k

    *Debuts (3/22p)

  • Anonymous

    Even if one was not expecting crazy sales it is disingenuousto say that first week sales do not matter. This is not a Disney movie were the meme “its not  where you start, but where you finish”. Week after week we discuss, despair and bemoan how bad someones first week sales are or were.  Less than 20k is not good when you consider the name recognition (there is an ad on the American Idol.com, so he is not forgotten),  national TV,  print adds, blog coverage …

    I have seen  lots of posts everywhere that state that the next single will help sell the song, maybe but it will be 20 weeks before another song makes any kind of impression and by then this album have to find a long road back.

    If I do the math correctly the typical second week drop is 50-70 percent which takes us to 7-10k, a 25 % drop the next week 5-7k and so on. This is the reality  and since many like to use Hunter as an example of low first week sales , we can see that with a total of 92,000 sold in 7 months even increased airplay cant overcome low initial interest.

  • aidancash1

    David nail sold 12000 copies his first week. Just last week craig morgan sold 12000 and he is a established star with hits. One single and first week sales dont make or break an artist. A great second single will be very important. More then ldcian was. This was just a song to get out there so casey could get his music out. Even Casey said he has better material on his album. Casey isnt on the idol scedule any more. He is a new artist. Come back in two years and we will see where he is at not after one week. I do think those numbers are a little unde estimated

  • Anonymous

    Casey James is looking at 12-15k in first-week sales for his self-titled debut. Maybe he should not have waited this long, although his singles sales aren’t bad.

    Hey, he has a shot of being the top selling alumni from that season.

  • http://twitter.com/capsuleneo Neo

    Do you know Casey’s single sales figures?