Monday Morning Mediabase Update: Sep 9-15

Five milestones this morning on the Mediabase Report – the gone edition.

First up, is Phil Phillips. He regains his bullet and continues to top the chart for the third week (4th if you prefer your stats from Sunday night). With P!nk falling back and the next song with a bullet 600 spins back, “Gone, Gone, Gone” is likely to stay, stay, stay right where it is for many a week. The song also returned to the top 20 on Pop this week. Finally, his third single “Where We Came From” also moved into the top 20, this time on AAA.

Over on CAC, Colton Dixon moves into the top 30 with the song he introduced during last year’s Idol tour, “Never Gone”. The song is actually doing better on the Christian HAC and Pop charts, but we don’t get those from Mediabase.

The Voice also represents with “The Heart [Gone] Dixie” from Danielle Bradbery. Her debut single switched places with Scotty’s to move into the top 40 on Country. This is her first top 40 radio hit. Time for a new single from Scotty? He has an album coming out…

And last, but not least, we have the X-Factor, UK division. One Direction’s “Best [Dog Gone] Song Ever” achieves top 40 on HAC.

Cassadee Pope:
“Wasting All These Tears”: ^27 Country (27)

Colton Dixon:
“Never Gone”: 30 CAC (33)

Danielle Bradbbery:
“The Heart of Dixie”: ^40 Country (41)

Fantasia:
Joe f. Fantasia “Love & Sex”: ^24 UAC (28)
“Without Me” f. Kelly Rowland: 14 Urban (14); 9 UAC (9)

Fifth Harmony:
“Miss Movin’ On”: ^31 Pop (34)

Kelly Clarkson:
“Tie it Up”: ^35 Country (34)

Mandisa:
“Overcomer”: ^2 CAC (4)

One Direction:
“Best Song Ever”: ^16 Pop (17); ^39 HAC (42)

Phillip Phillips:
“Gone, Gone, Gone”: ^1 AC (1); ^19 Pop (21)
“Where We came From”: ^20 AAA (21)

Scotty McCreery:
“See You Tonight”: 41 Country (40)

Note: Numbers indicate position on the chart while numbers in brackets indicate the
position on the chart the previous week. The “^” (aka “a bullet”) indicates that a song

gained spins since last week

Adds listed on AllAccess:
Sep 17: Pop: Cher Lloyd: “I Wish”
Sep 23: HAC: Olly Murs: “Dance With Me Tonight”

This is the daily numbers thread for Monday. Stats collected on Monday morning.

  • carla

    Here’s hoping for Fifth Harmony to get top 30 next week. With the updates the song has been having it could happen.

  • jpfan2

    I think 19 will be GGG’s peak on CHR as two songs should pass it by tomorrow. Of course the song (like Home) just lingers, lingers, lingers so who knows what’s going to happen.

    WWCF got a good update on Triple A and I’m ready for it to be sent to bigger markets. GGG went recurrent on HAC so I think it’s time to retire the song in all markets. It’s been fun but I’m now as tired of GGG as I was of Home.

  • springboard2

    Mediabase Published Charts.

    LW TW ARTIST TITLE TWS LWS MOVE AUD
    AAA:
    21 20 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Where We Came From 221 215 6 0.515
    R R PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 179 185 -6 0.74
    R R PHILLIP PHILLIPS Home 137 127 10 0.442
    AC:
    1 1 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 2294 2257 37 18.394
    R R KELLY CLARKSON Catch My Breath 1279 1298 -19 10.047
    R R PHILLIP PHILLIPS Home 912 915 -3 6.37
    R R KELLY CLARKSON Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill .. 861 810 51 7.302
    R R CARLY RAE JEPSEN Call Me Maybe 753 776 -23 5.452
    R R ONE DIRECTION What Makes You Beautiful 606 610 -4 4.27
    R R OWL CITY & CARLY RAE JEPSEN Good Time 571 574 -3 3.629
    R R KELLY CLARKSON Mr. Know It All 380 370 10 2.561
    Country:
    R R CARRIE UNDERWOOD See You Again 2500 3680 -1180 19.316
    27 26 CASSADEE POPE Wasting All These Tears 1867 1616 251 13.701
    R R CARRIE UNDERWOOD Two Black Cadillacs 1047 1086 -39 6.619
    34 35 KELLY CLARKSON Tie It Up 968 923 45 7.591
    41 40 DANIELLE BRADBERY The Heart Of Dixie 935 834 101 4.048
    40 41 SCOTTY MCCREERY See You Tonight 902 894 8 5.382
    R R CARRIE UNDERWOOD Blown Away 745 706 39 4.872
    HAC:
    R R PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 2967 3218 -251 19.752
    R R PHILLIP PHILLIPS Home 1359 1376 -17 8.792
    R R KELLY CLARKSON Catch My Breath 1205 1181 24 9.772
    R R KELLY CLARKSON Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill .. 1019 1048 -29 6.856
    R R CARLY RAE JEPSEN Call Me Maybe 754 730 24 4.523
    R R ONE DIRECTION What Makes You Beautiful 554 574 -20 3.924
    R R OWL CITY & CARLY RAE JEPSEN Good Time 518 522 -4 3.707
    41 39 ONE DIRECTION Best Song Ever 290 272 18 1.518
    POP:
    18 16 ONE DIRECTION Best Song Ever 5113 5236 -123 23.895
    20 19 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 4352 4334 18 22.791
    34 31 FIFTH HARMONY Miss Movin’ On 1744 1542 202 7.362
    R R ONE DIRECTION What Makes You Beautiful 639 711 -72 3.266
    Rhythmic:
    R R FANTASIA Without Me f/Kelly Rowland 307 414 -107 2.703
    Urban:
    14 14 FANTASIA Without Me f/Kelly Rowland 1805 1956 -151 11.755
    Urban AC:
    9 9 FANTASIA Without Me f/Kelly Rowland 1068 1084 -16 6.612
    R R FANTASIA Lose To Win 503 521 -18 4.489
    R R JENNIFER HUDSON No One Gonna Love You 67 69 -2 0.564
    Canada-Country:
    8 19 CARRIE UNDERWOOD See You Again 520 690 -170 1.587
    R R CARRIE UNDERWOOD Two Black Cadillacs 151 155 -4 0.516
    Canada-Hot AC:
    28 19 HEDLEY Anything 608 338 270 2.711
    23 27 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 433 464 -31 1.665
    R R KELLY CLARKSON People Like Us 327 327 0 2.169
    34 32 ONE DIRECTION Best Song Ever 243 218 25 0.67
    R R HEDLEY Kiss You Inside Out 224 240 -16 1.133
    R R KELLY CLARKSON Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill .. 223 212 11 1.289
    R R PHILLIP PHILLIPS Home 212 217 -5 0.976
    R R CARLY RAE JEPSEN Call Me Maybe 204 217 -13 1.051
    R R KELLY CLARKSON Catch My Breath 184 166 18 0.48
    R R OLLY MURS Troublemaker f/Flo Rida 162 171 -9 0.47
    R R CARLY RAE JEPSEN Curiosity 145 145 0 0.63
    Canada-Main AC:
    R R KELLY CLARKSON People Like Us 242 288 -46 1.21
    17 16 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 186 211 -25 1.128
    R R PHILLIP PHILLIPS Home 177 181 -4 1.248
    R R OWL CITY & CARLY RAE JEPSEN Good Time 147 148 -1 0.865
    20 20 CARRIE UNDERWOOD See You Again 143 148 -5 0.837
    R R ONE DIRECTION What Makes You Beautiful 143 155 -12 0.81
    R R KELLY CLARKSON Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill .. 134 130 4 0.865
    R R HEDLEY Kiss You Inside Out 128 110 18 1.603
    R R CARLY RAE JEPSEN Call Me Maybe 110 116 -6 1.295
    R R KELLY CLARKSON Catch My Breath 101 115 -14 0.594
    Canada-Top 40:
    27 21 HEDLEY Anything 705 535 170 3.522
    29 28 ONE DIRECTION Best Song Ever 474 507 -33 1.769
    R R HEDLEY Kiss You Inside Out 158 160 -2 0.665
    R R CARLY RAE JEPSEN Call Me Maybe 150 162 -12 0.605
    49 49 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 112 129 -17 0.543

    SmoothJazz:
    R R CASEY ABRAMS Simple Life 9 10 -1 0.006
    Christian AC:
    4 3 MANDISA Overcomer 1274 1217 57 6.817
    R R COLTON DIXON You Are 237 243 -6 1.179
    33 30 COLTON DIXON Never Gone 188 188 0 0.44
    R R MANDISA Good Morning f/ TobyMac 185 178 7 0.803
    Spanish Contemporary:
    36 38 JESSICA SANCHEZ Tonight f/Ne-Yo 195 200 -5 0.701

  • springboard2

    Mediabase – Monday update:

    AAA:
    21 20 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Where We Came From 229 216 13 0.55
    +8 Spins
    +7 Bullet
    +0.036 AI
    AC:
    1 1 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 2301 2227 74 18.171
    +8 Spins
    +38 Bullet
    -0.221 AI
    Country:
    27 27 CASSADEE POPE Wasting All These Tears 1876 1696 180 13.69
    +10 Spins
    -70 Bullet
    -0.006 AI
    34 35 KELLY CLARKSON Tie It Up 963 921 42 7.716
    -2 Spins
    0 Bullet
    +0.136 AI
    41 40 DANIELLE BRADBERY The Heart Of Dixie 938 857 81 4.035
    +5 Spins
    -18 Bullet
    -0.007 AI
    40 41 SCOTTY MCCREERY See You Tonight 888 911 -23 5.254
    -12 Spins
    -29 Bullet
    -0.125 AI
    HAC:
    42 39 ONE DIRECTION Best Song Ever 303 265 38 1.587
    +13 Spins
    +20 Bullet
    +0.069 AI
    POP:
    17 16 ONE DIRECTION Best Song Ever 5072 5307 -235 23.749
    -36 Spins
    -107 Bullet
    -0.129 AI
    21 19 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 4381 4360 21 22.887
    +35 Spins
    +9 Bullet
    +0.123 AI
    34 31 FIFTH HARMONY Miss Movin’ On 1813 1552 261 7.769
    +69 Spins
    +59 Bullet
    +0.407 AI
    Urban:
    14 14 FANTASIA Without Me f/Kelly Rowland 1784 1969 -185 11.685
    -16 Spins
    -29 Bullet
    -0.042 AI
    Urban AC:
    9 9 FANTASIA Without Me f/Kelly Rowland 1077 1088 -11 6.586
    +10 Spins
    +6 Bullet
    -0.017 AI
    Canada-Country:
    8 20 CARRIE UNDERWOOD See You Again 506 678 -172 1.579
    -14 Spins
    -2 Bullet
    -0.008 AI
    Canada-Hot AC:
    28 17 HEDLEY Anything 638 368 270 2.854
    +30 Spins
    0 Bullet
    +0.143 AI
    23 27 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 432 463 -31 1.654
    -1 Spins
    0 Bullet
    -0.011 AI
    35 32 ONE DIRECTION Best Song Ever 249 220 29 0.679
    +8 Spins
    +6 Bullet
    +0.021 AI
    Canada-Main AC:
    17 16 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 188 206 -18 1.144
    +2 Spins
    +7 Bullet
    +0.016 AI
    20 20 CARRIE UNDERWOOD See You Again 143 145 -2 0.795
    0 Spins
    +3 Bullet
    -0.042 AI
    Canada-Top 40:
    26 20 HEDLEY Anything 727 572 155 3.558
    +22 Spins
    -15 Bullet
    +0.036 AI
    29 29 ONE DIRECTION Best Song Ever 470 512 -42 1.786
    -4 Spins
    -9 Bullet
    +0.017 AI
    50 48 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Gone, Gone, Gone 111 125 -14 0.531
    Spins
    Bullet
    AI
    Christian AC:
    4 2 MANDISA Overcomer 1269 1217 52 6.827
    +1 Spins
    +1 Bullet
    +0.03 AI
    33 30 COLTON DIXON Never Gone 186 190 -4 0.432
    -2 Spins
    -4 Bullet
    -0.008 AI
    Spanish Contemporary:
    36 37 JESSICA SANCHEZ Tonight f/Ne-Yo 198 201 -3 0.719
    +3 Spins
    +2 Bullet
    +0.018 AI

  • springboard2

    9/16/2013 – Itunes Top 1500 Singles and Albums (from LivePopBars)

    Singles
    19. One Direction – Best Song Ever (from “This Is Us”)
    37. Phillip Phillips – Gone, Gone, Gone
    71. Cassadee Pope – Wasting All These Tears
    97. Fifth Harmony – Miss Movin’ On
    111. Carrie Underwood – See You Again
    131. Mandisa – Overcomer
    141. Phillip Phillips – Home
    153. Carrie Underwood – Blown Away
    170. Cassadee Pope – Good Times
    195. Scotty McCreery – See You Tonight
    211. Kelly Clarkson – Tie It Up
    222. Leona Lewis – Bleeding Love
    240. Carrie Underwood – Before He Cheats
    244. One Direction – One Way or Another (Teenage Kicks)
    245. One Direction – What Makes You Beautiful
    268. One Direction – She’s Not Afraid
    283. One Direction – Kiss You
    333. Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Maybe
    349. One Direction – Little Things
    402. Kelly Clarkson – Catch My Breath
    438. Daughtry – Home
    442. Emblem3 – Chloe (You’re the One I Want)
    464. Kelly Clarkson – People Like Us
    467. Kelly Clarkson – Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)
    468. One Direction – One Thing
    492. Olly Murs – Dance With Me Tonight
    510. Carrie Underwood – Two Black Cadillacs
    536. Kellie Pickler – Best Days of Your Life
    597. Carrie Underwood – Good Girl
    617. One Direction – Rock Me
    621. Mandisa & tobyMac – Good Morning (feat. TobyMac)
    646. One Direction – Live While We’re Young
    651. Fantasia – Without Me (feat. Kelly Rowland & Missy Elliott)
    678. Little Mix – Wings
    756. Cher Lloyd – Want U Back
    840. Danielle Bradbery – The Heart of Dixie
    846. One Direction – I Would
    852. Cher Lloyd – I Wish (feat. T.I.)
    857. One Direction – Nobody Compares
    863. One Direction – Up All Night
    864. Olly Murs – Troublemaker (feat. Flo Rida)
    894. One Direction – They Don’t Know About Us
    950. Phillip Phillips – Gone, Gone, Gone
    981. One Direction – Heart Attack
    1027. Carrie Underwood – Jesus, Take the Wheel
    1089. Cher Lloyd – Swagger Jagger
    1097. Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen – Good Time
    1112. One Direction – Still the One
    1147. Pentatonix & Lindsey Stirling – Radioactive
    1156. One Direction – Moments
    1165. Cher Lloyd – Oath (feat. Becky G)
    1197. One Direction – Loved You First
    1286. Carrie Underwood – How Great Thou Art
    1345. One Direction – C’mon, C’mon
    1381. Carrie Underwood – All-American Girl
    1464. Carrie Underwood – Cowboy Casanova

    Albums
    3. One Direction – Midnight Memories (Deluxe)
    43. One Direction – Midnight Memories
    57. One Direction – Take Me Home (Yearbook Edition)
    63. Fifth Harmony – Better Together – EP
    71. One Direction – Up All Night (Deluxe Version)
    95. Mandisa – Overcomer (Deluxe Edition)
    108. One Direction – Take Me Home
    128. Phillip Phillips – The World from the Side of the Moon (Deluxe)
    131. Carrie Underwood – Blown Away
    216. Emblem3 – Nothing To Lose (Deluxe Version)
    252. One Direction – Up All Night
    287. Kelly Clarkson – Greatest Hits – Chapter One
    343. Mandisa – Overcomer
    371. Phillip Phillips – The World from the Side of the Moon
    483. Little Mix – DNA (The Deluxe Edition)
    627. Cher Lloyd – Sticks & Stones
    655. Pentatonix – PTX, Vol. 1
    699. Colton Dixon – A Messenger
    744. Olly Murs – Right Place Right Time (Deluxe Edition)
    822. Mandisa – What If We Were Real
    964. Emblem3 – Nothing To Lose
    987. Carrie Underwood – Some Hearts
    1006. Fantasia – Side Effects of You
    1022. Danielle Bradbery – The Complete Season 4 Collection (The Voice Performance)
    1137. Kelly Clarkson – Stronger (Deluxe Version)
    1306. Carrie Underwood – Carnival Ride
    1308. Carrie Underwood – Play On
    1328. Daughtry – Daughtry
    1408. Little Mix – DNA
    1451. Scotty McCreery – Clear As Day

  • XJakutaX

    Nice cheap shot Kirsten. :(

  • carla

    5h: +0.407 AI

    This is a lot. Must have been played by a big station.

    GGG has been holding around that same position for like 2 months now? Impressive.

  • windmills

    Kirsten: Time for a new single from Scotty? He has an album coming out…

    I was just telling somebody over the weekend I thought that might be a real possibility. We’ll see if SYT picks up any adds today and also what kind of week he has at Billboard. I’m not 100% on this idea but I think it rates consideration now that SYT has not only not picked up momentum after finally making MB t40, but also lost its t40 spot (meaning it will lose countdown spins this weekend).

    It got my attention that a DJ at a radio station (Hartford’s WWYZ) heard Feelin’ It last week. The release of the new album (with all the promo and visibility) would actually be a good opportunity to launch a new single. Yes, that would mean accepting SYT peaking without becoming a hit, but it won’t matter if country radio is invested enough in the rest of the material on Scotty’s upcoming album. That’s a big if and yet to be determined, obviously.

    What UMG Nashville needs to do now, and may already be doing, is making sure radio is hearing the rest of Scotty’s album. I’ve always talked about the importance of catalog to prove a person is more than just a one-song wonder. At this point, Scotty’s main chance at ever getting another hit depends on country radio believing in his material. Let them hear the album and see if that makes enough gatekeepers believers. Real believers, not nice-to-your-face believers that prompt a single switch only not to get behind the new single enough. And not beliebers either :p

    Meanwhile I think Big Machine is getting behind Danielle now that she’s about to perform on The Voice season premiere and her album release is in sight. She’s also had a surge in callout in the last couple weeks to help. Download sales aren’t very good but that’s where The Voice premiere and a video will help.

  • Garrett Clayman

    sorry if i’m just behind but what caused Scotty’s download bump? was it the video?

  • NoCalGirl

    Windmills…Until recently, I have felt that Scotty’s label has shown him a lot of support namely by giving him the greenlight to release a Christmas album & then go on his Weekend Road Trip Tour. Both of which require financial backing which is not often afforded to many artist so early in their careers if at all! That said, I just don’t get why UMG hasn’t been more aggressive in supporting his SYT single since it’s charting success would bode well for the upcoming release of his new album ie more $$$ in their pockets. It’s really disconcerting to know that unless a label is willing to strike a deal with the companies that back the radio stations a new artist’s chances of having a hit are slim and none. IMO, unless UMGMercury-Nashville is willing to loosen their purse strings not just for Scotty but for all their artists a la Big Machine & Warner they are in big trouble! Your thoughts on UMG’s master plan would be appreciated.

  • Beck1982

    That’s my understanding. He’s steadily maintained in the 180-200 range since the video dropped. He’s also steadily maintained in the 50-60 range on the country iTunes chart as well. Also where he’s been on the top 40 countdown shows these past 4 weeks has helped more people to hear the song too. And apparently they’re liking it. I just don’t get radio. SYT does so good in every single survey every week. The listening audience seems to love the song. So why radio won’t play it is beyond me. I guess they just don’t really care what their listeners wanna hear and just keep cramming the same 10 or so artists down our throats. It’s getting really ridiculous. I’m not giving up on SYT yet though. I just keep remembering how long it took Dont Ya to finally reach number 1. While I don’t want it to take that long for SYT I do get that there is hope there. I really think the label is planning a real big push here in the next week or two with the album being released in 29 days. I really hope I’m right here. But if there are no adds today it’ll be the 3rd week in a row and I’m afraid we may see SYT slowly slide down. So I am seriously praying the label did enough butt-kissing to the stations to add SYT today. We shall see in another 3hrs. It always seems if Scotty gets any it’s within the last hour. . .

  • ptebwwong

    Monitored country adds as of 1 PM ET. Adds close about 3 PM ET.

    Cassadee (Wasting All These Tears) – 6
    Danielle (The Heart of Dixie) – 4
    Kellie (Little Bit Gypsy) – 2
    Scotty (See You Tonight) – 1

  • windmills

    Did you read her whole post? Or even the 1st line, which says: “Five milestones this morning on the Mediabase Report – the gone edition.”

    She was riffing on “gone” in a couple of milestones (P2’s Gone, Gone, Gone, Colton’s Never Gone), so she stuck “Gone” into the titles of Danielle and 1D’s songs to be playful and go with that theme, not take a cheap shot at Danielle.

    Maybe it would be helpful if you were more familiar with her writing style, but Kirsten likes to have a little fun & whimsical with these chart posts.

  • windmills

    I can’t say I see the Christmas album or the Weekend Roadtrip tour as signs of UMG supporting Scotty financially. Christmas albums are traditionally seen as cash grabs: a lot of Christmas songs are in the public domain, which means Christmas albums are cheaper for labels, and obviously Scotty has a loyal AI fanbase that was going to buy the Christmas album. As far as Scotty’s tour, that’s allows him to make some money per show, and unless he has a 360 deal with Interscope/Mercury (I don’t think he does), that probably doesn’t involve the label giving him tour support.

    I actually think Mercury Nashville *has* been supporting SYT. I’ve seen Country Aircheck Today ads for SYT in multiple weeks, including last week. The problem is radio just isn’t invested in SYT/Scotty and SYT has gotten passed up by songs/acts who either have more momentum or more interest from radio people at the station and corporate level. It’s not that radio people dislike Scotty per se, but they’re more interested and invested in other “baby acts.” There’s only so much Mercury Nashville can do in that situation.

    I’ve said this before but the problem with Scotty and radio play goes back to I Love You This Big and especially The Trouble With Girls. Those songs were out at the time of Scotty’s peak momentum, fresh off AI, selling pretty big, and they were both such weak singles. Country radio took them t20 based on Scotty’s personal appeal not because they thought they were good songs that made radio believe in Scotty. Those 2 songs have made Scotty’s radio situation even more of an uphill climb, because after those 2 singles, Scotty really needed a home run in order to convince radio to get back on board after his period of big momentum passed. Water Tower Town was anything but a home run. SYT has always seemed like a hit to me, but probably not a home run.

    I know this sounds like a big downer of a post but I do think there’s a chance of turning things around. That’s why I talked about the benefit of UMG Nashville tracking Scotty’s new album for the gatekeepers at radio. If radio people believe Scotty is finally coming with songs (not just a song, but songs) they can turn into hits, then they’re more likely to get on board with him, whether it’s with See You Tonight or something else. Maybe a real radio tour with the new songs would be a good way to go if the label senses some receptivity from gatekeepers.

  • ptebwwong

    I agree that radio has more interest in other acts than Scotty. But we don’t know if having big hits on his debut album would have helped him on his sophomore album. For example, Josh Gracin sold well on his debut album & had a couple top 10 hits. It didn’t stop radio from not playing him for his 2nd album. Bucky Covington had a top 10 hit on his debut album & great sales & it didn’t help his sophomore album or radio airplay. Granted, they didn’t win the competition like Scotty, but they were successful with their debuts. Then there are talent show alums like Chris Young who didn’t even have a top 35 hit on his debut album, but is now having success (multiple #1’s in a row). Miranda didn’t have a top 10 hit until her 7th single was released. So talent show alums in country can do well on radio & still have a sophomore slump or not do as well on their debut & do well in future albums/singles. There’s no “right way” for talent show alums.

    I think you are right that if multiple songs are shown interest by radio people & the industry it will help Scotty in the future. I think this is what hurt Bucky & Josh.

  • NoCalGirl

    Scotty just getting 1add today now that’s a downer….your post not so much! Always appreciate your input.

  • ptebwwong

    Monitored country adds are 100% in.

    Cassadee – 9
    Danielle – 5
    Kellie – 3
    Kelly – 2
    Scotty – 1
    Kristy Lee – 1

    Keith & Miranda’s new single leads with 80 adds.

  • Madilo

    I think it’s time to release another song from SYT. Looks like this one is going nowhere even the HOD passed it .
    I hope his album will have longevity at least, right now it’s not looking good.

  • Madilo

    @chartnews: Billboard Adult Contemporary: #1 (4 weeks) Gone, Gone, Gone, Phillip @Phillips | #13 Roar, @katyperry (Greatest Gainer).

  • jpfan2

    I agree. SYT isn’t doing enough to give the album a good boost. According to some Pulse posters, they’re expecting a 100K opening week for Scotty. That seems very high to me. Even if he had a big fan base buying week 1, what’s going to keeps sales going weeks 2, 3 etc.

    I’m hoping Scotty escapes the Idol second album curse but it’s not looking good right now.

  • thedeviledadvocate

    I thought SYT was doing just fine and it even took HOD almost two months to pass it. I like SYT, but I like HOD more. I also like Scotty, even though he and Lauren knocked my favorite Haley out of the finals, but I like Danielle even more than Scotty. It does seem like SYT has lost some momentum lately though.

  • jpfan2

    I assume Chris Young and Miranda Lambert were off second tier reality shows and didn’t get much bang from them. Their success came more slowly.

    That’s different from Idol albums who have big sales from album 1 but tend to vanish if radio doesn’t play their follow up singles. The more hits the better in my opinion because it helps establish them in their genre.

  • Spurrious

    I’m sure you’re right. One question though. Is spelling her last name Bradbbery part of that whimsical style of hers? Or is that just passive/aggressive disrespect?

  • ptebwwong

    It’s possible that Miranda & Chris wasn’t affected because they were on 2nd tier talent shows. But Miranda actually has a similar “record” to Scotty from his debut album. After Nashville Star, her album went platinum. She had 1 top 20 hit. The rest were basically top 40. Radio didn’t really embrace her similar to Scotty, but had great album sales. It wasn’t until her sophomore album & her 3rd single off that album she got her 1st top 10 hit.

    But as I’ve stated, Josh & Bucky had a lot of success on radio with their debut singles/albums and it didn’t help them for their sophomore albums. Also, Kellie Pickler had success with her sophomore album (top 10 hit, album went gold), but it didn’t help her for her 3rd album & her current material for her upcoming album. It’s just a tough industry to have longevity and continued success on the charts especially for contestants that come from talent shows.

    Who knows what will happen with Scotty? As a fan, I think he will get great 1st week sales. I agree with your post above that the issue is the sales in the long-run. If his album is good (radio-friendly material & good promotion), I could see radio “jumping on the bandwagon” & sales following.

  • girlygirl

    HDD album sales chart, 28.40% in:

    The Weeknd looking like he might get the #1 spot? Keith Urban sitting in the #2 spot at the moment.

    Only reality show contestant currently on the chart is 1D — sitting at #40

    http://www.hitsdailydouble.com/sales/salescht.cgi

  • wordnerdarchie

    It’s called a typo. :) It happens.

  • thedeviledadvocate

    For some reason there seems to be a problem spelling Danielle Bradbery’s name, and even Big Machine has had problems getting it right. I have seen her name with an incorrect spelling in numerous articles since the day she won and before. Usually its with two r’s as in Bradberry, but I have seen it as Bradbury, Bradburry, and Bradbarry. I have also seen her first name spelled Daniella, which she saw in that article and said “I like the name Daniella.”

    The irony of Kirsten’s typo the past two weeks is that she had the correct spelling on August 30th.

    Typo’s happen, I just hope Danielle makes sure the spelling is correct whenever they cut her a check. :)

  • Spurrious

    Oh….well here is another:
    Daniel Bradbbery:
    “The Heart of Dixie”: ^40 Country (41)

    That’s two so ….no it’s not a typo it’s called not even knowing her name….and this time she also manages to turn her into a man. Daniel? Really?

  • Lexie O’Neill

    KKGO in Los Angeles just premiered Feel Good Summer Song. Oh, WOW. I am in love with that song. And I don’t react that strongly too often, not even to Scotty songs.:))

    And they’re playing See You Tonight right now.:)))

  • Kirsten

    I’m sure you’re right. One question though. Is spelling her last name
    Bradbbery part of that whimsical style of hers? Or is that just passive/aggressive disrespect?

    No, it’s just called being a crappy speller at the best of times. Add in that it’s 6 am when I start writing the post (I’m a Westcoaster), and it’s a recipe for spelling disasters. Sometimes, I even misspell my own name.

    Names have always been my Achilles Tendon.

    Now, I actually like Danielle and have said many positive things about her. So, I would be stunned to being accused of giving her cheap shots and passive/aggressive against her, but I’ve even been accused of that against people I obviously stan. So, that goes with the territory.

    But I am a little hurt to be accused of using a spelling mistake (and only an extra “b” at that – how is that an insult?) to passively/aggressively attack her. Trust me, I don’t stoop to spelling to be passive/aggressive…I can be a LOT more creative than that. Misspelling is totally lame-o when done to be passive/aggressive.

    So, rest assured, all you gentle readers out there, if I misspell your favourite’s name in the future I’m not taking a swipe at them…I’m just an idiot in need of a nap.

    And I don’t even know why riffing on the “Gone” theme and putting [Gone] in the title of two songs is a cheap shot…but okay. But, I was just trying to be whimsical as windmills suggests.

  • dd999

    What Scotty will always have going for him is his awesome voice, which was what I’m sure got him a platinum album for his first album, and a gold for his Christmas album,.and his voice alone will sell this next album and if we can finally hear another song or two on the album that attracts more listeners than SYT, that would be a welcomed incentive. for those who don’t care for SYT. Right now I’m hoping he wins that International Christian music contest he’s in (I think that’s what its called), for his song “Old King James”..he should, its the best of the final five IMO. Who selects his singles? I really do think a new single is long overdue. I believe Scotty’s fan base is solid and will support his music no matter if its really good, or not, but the truth is in the sales and radio play.

  • http://mjsbigblog.staging.wpengine.com/ mjsbigblog

    Wow. Really. You need to check the OTT defensiveness at the door.

    You know what they say about assuming.

  • http://mjsbigblog.staging.wpengine.com/ mjsbigblog

    Kirsten works hard, early in the morning, to GET NUMBERS FOR YOU.

    I suggest a little more respect.

  • Guest

    Why don’t you think it looks good? There is no evidence his album will sell low. His single has actually sold well for the position it’s in. And why does it matter if HOD passed it?

  • Cristenhough

    I don’t think it seems high, he has a very committed fan base.

  • Cristenhough

    1 add is better than none.

  • windmills

    As somebody who makes more than my fair share of typos in every post and comment I make, I’ll just say I hope people don’t misinterpret my honest mistakes as personal slams.

    Unless I’m talking about the latest backwoods beer/truck/hot chicks cliche-fest. Then I’m merrily slamming away ;) But we don’t need to worry about that coming from Danielle.

    But seriously, it takes time and effort for Kirsten to go through every relevant format and chart to find every reality show alum, and then write it up. For the fact that she makes that effort so we can have a numbers thread every day here and and the fact that for years she has done a great job of keeping personal stuff out of it, I feel like she’s earned some trust and latitude.

  • SaSa8

    I wish SYT was doing better on radio. But given where it is on chart, I feel like it will impact sales. But he does have a very dedicated fan base so we will have to see. I’m still hoping radio will come around on SYT. Fingers crossed for good debut.

  • NoCalGirl

    Most definitely!

  • windmills

    Feel Good Summer Song is 1 of my top 2 favorites from Scotty’s album :) Glad you love it!

  • windmills

    ptebwwong: For example, Josh Gracin sold well on his debut album & had a couple
    top 10 hits. It didn’t stop radio from not playing him for his 2nd
    album.

    Josh actually had a t10 hit from his sophomore album (the title track, ‘We Weren’t Crazy’). But his album got caught up in a mess at his label Lyric Street, which subsequently folded. Bucky had even worse luck – he finally got a viable single for his sophomore album JUST as Lyric Street folded.

    So talent show alums in country can do well on radio & still have a sophomore slump or not do as well on their debut & do well in future albums/singles. There’s no “right way” for talent show alums.

    I wasn’t saying there is a right way for talent show alums. All I was really trying to say is that better single choices from Scotty’s debut album would have made the uphill climb for sophomore album airplay less steep for him, because I believe the single picks cost Scotty a lot of good will at radio. Now it’s almost like, “He had his chance and he didn’t deliver.” But if the label plays Scotty’s album (or key cuts from it) for radio’s gatekeepers, maybe, just maybe, that’ll turn them around & make them feel like he deserves a hit. I don’t know…just speculating on possible ways to overcome the current interest gap.

  • mmmtx

    I’m with you Lexie – I was totally wowed by Feel Good Summer Song!

  • Madilo

    Good for him, i hate when radio decide the fate of an artist.
    So does it mean that will be the next single or it was just a test ?
    If yes, isn’t it too late to release a Summer song ?

  • Madilo

    1) Because his single refuses to go beong #40 on the country chart and if you think it has sold well good for you, i don’t.
    2) Because his single has 120 days in the chart and HOD 45 days so if HOD is ahead of SYT there’s a problem

    PS : all of this is my opinion of course :)

  • Lexie O’Neill

    I think they’re simply doing what Windmills mentioned…showing us (and radio powers that be) his catalog. I do think FGSS needs to be a summer song…but that’s just my opinion.

    Windmills, as far as taste, WMNOYH was my fave song on CAD and I got the impression we shared that opinion as well.

    As far as SYT, a little birdie told us at IDF that they’re still fighting for that song. I hope they win.

  • SaSa8

    I heard Feel Good Summer Song also on that radio interview and really loved it. His voice sounded so good.

  • Madilo

    Cassesdee
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    I think they need to send it to HAC and Pop if possible, it would do great :)