Idols In Concert – Stats – 10/30/14

Three different reality shows represented in this report. Season 3 Idol winner Fantasia opens for Brian McKnight in LA. Susan Boyle has far over-shadowed the dance team that actually won her season of Britain’s Got Talent (S3). Here she performs two concerts in Northern California. Finally, we have Season 4 Voice winner Danielle Bradbery opening up for Season 10 Idol Winner Scotty McCreery in Indiana.

Brian McKnight, Fantasia
Oct. 24, 2014: Los Angeles, Calif.: NOKIA Theatre L.A. Live: 3,243 of 3,785 (86%): $157,336

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Susan Boyle
Oct. 11, 2014: San Francisco, Calif.: Orpheum Theatre: 1,596 of 2,108 (76%): $115,145
Oct. 12, 2014: Sacramento, Calif.: Community Center Theater: 1,477 of 2,312 (64%): $111,301

Scotty McCreery, Danielle Bradbery
Oct. 26, 2014: Indiana, Pa.: Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex: 1,279 of 2,009 (64%): $46,271

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  1. I was hoping that we’d get some boxscores from the BA/Kris tour. From the photos they’ve been posting, they are drawing really good crowds. I’d like to see some actual numbers. Oh well.

    Here’s the crowd photo from last night’s show in Toronto

    @krisallen
    You were amazing last night Toronto! Let’s do it aha sometime eh? http://instagram.com/p/ux0jXGyy1j/

  2. Hope Kris is taking care of that cold. It looks like a major cold front moving in for the next few shows.

  3. Chart News @chartnews · 2h 2 hours ago
    US digital sales: #24 @onedirection, Steal My Girl 46,222 (330,284 total).

    Chart News @chartnews · 2h 2 hours ago
    US digital sales: #97 @EllaHenderson, Ghost 12,617 (84,817 total).

    Chart News @chartnews · 2h 2 hours ago
    US digital sales: #152 @FifthHarmony, Bo$$ 8,287 (337,117 total).

    Chart News @chartnews · 3h 3 hours ago
    Billboard Hot 100: #98(new) God Made Girls, @RaeLynnOfficial.

  4. Mediabase – Thursday update:

    AAA:
    18 17 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Unpack Your Heart 257 243 14 0.495
    +6 Spins
    +6 Bullet
    +0.008 AI
    AC:
    50 45 DAUGHTRY Battleships 24 18 6 0.04
    +1 Spins
    +3 Bullet
    +0.004 AI
    Country:
    17 13 CARRIE UNDERWOOD Something In The Water 4027 3493 534 31.091
    +106 Spins
    +39 Bullet
    +0.632 AI
    18 16 SCOTTY MCCREERY Feelin’ It 3680 3570 110 24.879
    -1 Spins
    -26 Bullet
    +0.569 AI
    20 19 DAVID NAIL Kiss You Tonight 3100 2891 209 20.715
    +60 Spins
    -11 Bullet
    +0.518 AI
    11 21 M. LAMBERT & C. UNDERWOOD Somethin’ Bad 3002 5180 -2178 21.448
    -370 Spins
    -167 Bullet
    -2.88 AI
    31 24 RAELYNN God Made Girls 2411 1863 548 17.426
    -20 Spins
    -161 Bullet
    +0.058 AI
    HAC:
    20 19 DAUGHTRY Battleships 1562 1486 76 6.799
    +7 Spins
    +1 Bullet
    +0.008 AI
    27 23 ELLA HENDERSON Ghost 1164 878 286 5.083
    +25 Spins
    0 Bullet
    +0.19 AI
    29 30 PHILLIP PHILLIPS Unpack Your Heart 733 846 -113 2.017
    -34 Spins
    -28 Bullet
    -0.078 AI
    43 40 ONE DIRECTION Steal My Girl 369 304 65 2.29
    -1 Spins
    -5 Bullet
    -0.048 AI
    POP:
    20 20 ONE DIRECTION Steal My Girl 4777 4392 385 18.362
    +28 Spins
    -54 Bullet
    +0.212 AI
    41 42 ELLA HENDERSON Ghost 1134 1046 88 3.273
    +5 Spins
    -8 Bullet
    -0.018 AI
    47 48 BEA MILLER Young Blood 700 655 45 1.481
    +13 Spins
    -11 Bullet
    +0.021 AI
    Urban AC:
    13 14 JENNIFER HUDSON It’s Your World f/R. Kelly 654 700 -46 4.687
    -4 Spins
    -43 Bullet
    +0.023 AI
    Canada-Country:
    21 17 CARRIE UNDERWOOD Something In The Water 606 532 74 3.155
    +14 Spins
    +6 Bullet
    +0.084 AI
    28 31 M. LAMBERT & C. UNDERWOOD Somethin’ Bad 371 452 -81 2.044
    -11 Spins
    +4 Bullet
    -0.022 AI
    53 49 DAVID NAIL Kiss You Tonight 127 106 21 0.657
    +3 Spins
    0 Bullet
    +0.04 AI
    Canada-Hot AC:
    6 6 HEDLEY Heaven In Our Headlights 915 972 -57 5.372
    -12 Spins
    -10 Bullet
    -0.106 AI
    47 31 ONE DIRECTION Steal My Girl 291 139 152 1.81
    +27 Spins
    +15 Bullet
    +0.114 AI
    58 50 ELLA HENDERSON Ghost 108 78 30 0.687
    Spins
    Bullet
    AI
    Canada-Main AC:
    8 5 HEDLEY Heaven In Our Headlights 272 267 5 1.834
    +2 Spins
    +6 Bullet
    -0.005 AI
    Canada-Top 40:
    10 12 HEDLEY Heaven In Our Headlights 1041 1114 -73 4.876
    -5 Spins
    +14 Bullet
    +0.019 AI
    38 28 ONE DIRECTION Steal My Girl 547 356 191 2.436
    +29 Spins
    +11 Bullet
    +0.126 AI
    45 43 ELLA HENDERSON Ghost 227 228 -1 1.186
    -3 Spins
    -10 Bullet
    -0.006 AI
    Christian AC:
    6 6 DANNY GOKEY Hope In Front Of Me 1210 1242 -32 5.933
    -11 Spins
    -21 Bullet
    -0.02 AI
    10 8 COLTON DIXON More Of You 904 863 41 4.153
    +10 Spins
    +8 Bullet
    +0.04 AI
    41 40 CARRIE UNDERWOOD Something In The Water 109 101 8 0.591
    -2 Spins
    -6 Bullet
    -0.015 AI

  5. 10/30/2014 – Itunes Top 1500 Singles and Albums (from LivePopBars)

    Singles:
    9. Fifth Harmony – Sledgehammer
    20. One Direction – Steal My Girl
    25. Ella Henderson – Ghost
    29. Taylor John Williams – Mad World (The Voice Performance)
    37. Carrie Underwood – Something in the Water
    53. Ricky Manning – Wrecking Ball (The Voice Performance)
    117. RaeLynn – God Made Girls
    120. Miranda Lambert – Somethin’ Bad (with Carrie Underwood) [Duet Version]
    123. Jessie Pitts – Your Song (The Voice Performance)
    151. Fifth Harmony – BO$$
    152. Luke Wade – Rich Girl (The Voice Performance)
    158. Scotty McCreery – Feelin’ It
    179. James David Carter – You’ve Got a Friend (The Voice Performance)
    191. Melanie Martinez – Carousel
    228. Mia Pfirrman – Human (The Voice Performance)
    233. One Direction – Story of My Life
    251. David Nail – Kiss You Tonight
    263. Melanie Martinez – Dollhouse
    311. Fifth Harmony – Them Girls Be Like
    325. Fifth Harmony – Sledgehammer
    327. Bea Miller – Young Blood
    359. Damien – How Do I Live (The Voice Performance)
    383. Ethan Butler & Matt McAndrew – Yellow (The Voice Performance)
    384. Taylor Phelan – Rather Be (The Voice Performance)
    407. One Direction – What Makes You Beautiful
    411. Taylor John Williams – Heartless (The Voice Performance)
    480. G.R.L. – Ugly Heart
    503. One Direction – You & I
    532. Taylor Phelan – Sweater Weather (The Voice Performance)
    543. Phillip Phillips – Gone, Gone, Gone
    544. Phillip Phillips – Home
    566. Daughtry – Battleships
    577. Colton Dixon – More of You
    583. Alex & Sierra – Little Do You Know
    591. Danny Gokey – Hope in Front of Me
    622. Carrie Underwood – Blown Away
    625. The Swon Brothers – Later On
    634. DaNica Shirey – Saving All My Love For You (The Voice Performance)
    647. Carrie Underwood – How Great Thou Art
    689. Taylor John Williams & Amanda Lee Peers – Jolene (The Voice Performance)
    768. Elyjuh René – With You (The Voice Performance)
    769. Kelly Clarkson – Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)
    790. Scotty McCreery – See You Tonight
    791. Bethany Mota – Need You Right Now (feat. Mike Tompkins)
    806. Daughtry – Waiting for Superman
    831. David Nail – Whatever She’s Got
    919. Luke Wade & Griffin – Maybe I’m Amazed (The Voice Performance)
    926. Mandisa – Overcomer
    945. Emblem3 – Obsessed
    969. James David Carter – Nobody Knows (The Voice Performance)
    973. Carrie Underwood – Before He Cheats
    976. Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Maybe
    1115. Troy Ritchie & Menlik Zergabachew – Maneater (The Voice Performance)
    1162. Fifth Harmony – Miss Movin’ On
    1232. Emblem3 – Forever Together
    1234. Carrie Underwood – Jesus, Take the Wheel
    1246. Fifth Harmony – Me & My Girls
    1251. Pentatonix – White Winter Hymnal
    1256. Carrie Underwood – See You Again
    1270. Jennifer Hudson – It’s Your World (feat. R. Kelly)
    1288. Taylor Phelan & Jordy Searcy – Breakeven (The Voice Performance)
    1427. Alex & Sierra – Scarecrow
    1464. Luke Wade – That’s How Strong My Love Is (The Voice Performance)
    1485. Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Maybe

    Albums:
    14. One Direction – FOUR (Deluxe Version)
    26. Pentatonix – That’s Christmas To Me
    29. Emblem3 – Forever Together – EP
    58. Fifth Harmony – Reflection (Deluxe)
    98. Pentatonix – PTX, Vol. III
    129. Home Free – Full of Cheer (Deluxe Version)
    152. Alex & Sierra – It’s About Us
    207. Carrie Underwood – Blown Away
    228. Melanie Martinez – Dollhouse – EP
    241. One Direction – Midnight Memories (Deluxe Edition)
    282. One Direction – FOUR
    339. The Swon Brothers – The Swon Brothers
    382. Pentatonix – PTXmas (Deluxe Edition)
    420. Bea Miller – Young Blood – EP
    439. Pentatonix – PTX, Vol. II
    475. Pentatonix – PTX, Vol. 1
    520. David Nail – I’m a Fire
    599. Avicii – True
    645. One Direction – Up All Night (Deluxe Version)
    708. Jacquie Lee – Broken Ones – EP
    775. One Direction – Take Me Home (Yearbook Edition)
    798. Daughtry – Baptized (Deluxe Version)
    805. Phillip Phillips – Behind the Light (Deluxe Version)
    813. Jennifer Hudson – JHUD
    832. Carrie Underwood – Play On
    860. Cassadee Pope – Frame By Frame
    877. Home Free – Crazy Life
    901. Fifth Harmony – Reflection
    927. Fifth Harmony – Better Together – EP
    936. Scotty McCreery – See You Tonight
    1039. Phillip Phillips – The World From the Side of the Moon (Deluxe Version)
    1085. Adam Lambert – Playlist: The Very Best of Adam Lambert
    1147. Danielle Bradbery – Danielle Bradbery (Deluxe Edition)
    1366. Daughtry – Daughtry
    1371. Carrie Underwood – Some Hearts
    1374. One Direction – Take Me Home
    1382. Kelly Clarkson – Wrapped In Red
    1498. Colton Dixon – Anchor

  6. Billboard 200:
    #79 – Taylor Swift – Red – (80 weeks) : re-entry
    #97 – Jennifer Hudson (5 weeks) : -27
    #103 – The Swon Brothers (2 weeks) : -75
    #146 – Alex & Sierra (3 weeks) : -59
    #187 – Taylor Swift – Speak Now – (125 weeks) : re-entry
    #197 – Taylor Swift – Fearless – (220 weeks) : re-entry

    Hot 100:
    #2 – Shake It Off – Taylor Swift (10 weeks) : same
    #48 – Welcome to New York – Taylor Swift (1 week) : DEBUT
    #58 – Something in the Water – Carrie Underwood (4 weeks) : +5
    #77 – Out of the Woods – Taylor Swift (2 weeks) : -59
    #89 – Feelin’ It – Scotty McCreery (5 weeks) : +4
    #98 – God Made Girls – RaeLynn (1 week) : DEBUT

    Trending 140:
    #1 – Sledgehammer – Fifth Harmony
    #3 – Out of the Woods – Taylor Swift
    #4 – Welcome to New York – Taylor Swift
    #5 – Battleships – Daughtry
    #6 – I Know Places – Taylor Swift
    #14 – Shake It Off – Taylor Swift
    #28 – Blank Space – Taylor Swift
    #32 – Style – Taylor Swift
    #41 – Bad Blood – Taylor Swift
    #45 – Eye of the Pyramid – Will Champlin
    #67 – Wildest Dreams – Taylor Swift
    #100 – Clean – Taylor Swift
    #124 – Something in the Water – Carrie Underwood
    #128 – How You Get The Girl – Taylor Swift

  7. SS#’s:

    Pentatonix THAT’S CHRISTMAS TO ME 32,156 +999% 32,267 (tot sales incl street violations)
    Susan Boyle HOPE 19,595 +999% 19,635 (tot sales incl street violations)
    Chase Rice IGNITE THE NIGHT 4,165 0% 102,257 (tot sales)
    Pentatonix PTX, VOL. III 3,850 +14% 66,583 (tot sales)
    Jennifer Hudson JHUD 3,787 -19% 47,609 (tot sales)
    Swon Brothers SWON BROTHERS 3,425 -67% 13,724 (tot sales)
    Lindsey Stirling SHATTER ME 3,121 +41% 176,975 (tot sales)
    Jackie Evancho AWAKENING 2,871 -25% 39,161 (tot sales)
    Alex & Sierra IT’S ABOUT US 2,570 -39% 34,286 (tot sales)
    One Direction MIDNIGHT MEMORIES 2,025 -13% 1,423,655 (tot sales)
    Jacquie Lee BROKEN ONES EP 1,681 (debut)
    Pentatonix PTXMAS 1,391 +128% 221,454 (tot sales)
    Melanie Martinez DOLLHOUSE 865 -26% 13,668 (tot sales)
    Pentatonix PTX V2 843 +15% 133,120 (tot sales)
    Danny Gokey HOPE IN FRONT OF ME 604 -10% 23,232 (tot sales)

  8. BA seems to have a lot going for them, but do they have an official sponsor for the tour? It seems like they handle a lot of things for themselves. If there’s no official sponsor, we may not get any numbers.

  9. If Daughtry’s Battleships stays on the HAC for one more week (which it will) it’ll become Daughtry’s longest running HAC song since “September” back in 2010.

  10. IDK, but why do they need a sponsor to have their concert # reported? It’s the promoters or venues who report to BB, not the sponsors

  11. I was referring to the promoter. I have not seen that the BA tour has a promoter.

  12. Since sponsor and promoter are not the same thing, I was also confused by your statement. Sponsors are usually organizations that put up money for the tour in return for having their name plastered all over things as advertising, e.g., various liquor companies. A tour can have a promoter and multiple sponsors, one sponsor, or no sponsors at all.

  13. I used the word sponsor instead of promoter, but in both cases both the promoter and the sponsor, but if you want to split hairs, I see that you did not include the definition of the word promoter, is it because it is close to the one that you gave for sponsor? According to one definition of the word promoter, it is “a person or company that finances or organizes a sporting event or theatrical production.” Based on that, the two words can

    AEG is a promoter. It takes no effort to look up AEG sponsored events on Google. There are searches for AEG sponsored concerts, sporting events, and the list goes on. So, it would seem that the two words can be used to refer to the same thing.

  14. Wait, what?

    AEG is a promoter. When you have something like Van’s or a liquor brand footing the bill, that’s a sponsor. No hair-splitting required.

    Asking about sponsors when you meant promoters just confuses the issue.

  15. “GHOST” WITH THE MOST: Columbia is on the verge of breaking another act from across the ocean. Ella Henderson, the U.K. X Factor finalist whose Chapter One (SYCO) bowed at #1 on the U.K. album chart, has jumped to #24 on the iTunes singles chart with “Ghost” (which is also the year’s fastest-selling British debut single). The track, co-written by Ryan Tedder, is trending Top 20 at Hot AC radio and crossing to Pop; the video’s garnered about 25.5m views. Joel Klaiman
    and team Columbia’s well-wrought plan is coming together once again, as
    a raft of big TV will up Ella’s U.S. profile very soon. (10/30p)

    http://www.hitsdailydouble.com/news/rumormill.cgi

  16. This doesn’t seem to address the fact that doing a search for AEG sponsored events brings up the same things if you were looking for AEG promoted concerts. In my browser, it even completes the search for me. It doesn’t seem like any confusion to me, the search sees the words as being interchangeable.

  17. YOUR TOP 15: At this point it’s highly probable that Taylor Swift’s 1989 will beat the 1.2m opening of her previous album, 2012’s Red. In doing so, her sales will match about one-fifth of all albums sold this week.

    *Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 1.2-1.25m
    *Now 52 (NOW) 90-95k
    *Sam Hunt (MCA Nashville) 60-65k
    *Barry Manilow (Verve) 42-47k
    Jason Aldean (Broken Bow) 40-45k
    Florida Georgia Line (Republic Nashville) 35-40k
    *Led Zeppelin “IV” (Rhino) 35-40k
    Barbra Streisand (Columbia) 30-35k
    *Black Veil Brides (Lava/Republic) 30-35k
    *Led Zeppelin “Houses of the Holy” (Rhino) 30-35k
    *Chris Tomlin (sixstepsrecords) 28-32k
    Neil Diamond (Capitol) 27-30k
    Slipknot (Roadrunner) 27-30k
    Sam Smith (Capitol) 25-28k
    T.I. (Grand Hustle/Columbia) 24-27k

    *Debuts

    Meanwhile, spurred by QVC sales and a canny iHeartRadio promotion, among other tactics, Verve’s Barry Manilow joins the ranks of upper-demo icons making a strong impression as the holidays loom. Oh, and Sinead O’Connor’s Christmas set, Santa’s a Bleedin’ Wanker, gets a big thumbs-up from Archbishop Schimmel. (10/30p)

  18. Only three people come to mind in this crappy state of the music business who can still sell platinum in the future – Adele, Beyonce and Justin Timberlake. Taylor is just a freak though.

  19. Major promoters like AEG oversee sponsorship sales so that might explain your search confusion.

    Concert receipts are reported by venues, promoters, artists, management, etc. Here is one example of a report from AEG.

    With the final box office data reported by AEG’s The Messina Group,
    promoter of the two-year trek, the Cowboy Rides Away tour ends its run
    with an overall gross that tops the $99 million mark based on 996,583
    sold tickets at 44 performances during both legs of the tour. http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/news/touring/6121496/george-strait-final-show-sets-billboard-boxscore-attendance-records

    I do not recall ever seeing a sponsor report concert receipts, but I suppose it is possible although seems unlikely.

  20. Sometimes I wonder if the problem is simply that not as many people are interested in the music being put out on major labels. It can’t just be that people aren’t buying albums, because then someone like Taylor Swift wouldn’t sell so much now either. Music considered pop used to be more diverse, so more people are likely to find something they would have liked enough to buy, and there would be more major artists selling large amounts of music than there are now.

  21. I think the problem is simply that the technology changes caused this.

    When the mp3 appeared, people figured out how to extract music from the CD and pick their favorite songs from the complete album. Napster was born and this was the start of the decline. Before, people had to buy the album if they wanted to own a song and the labels even refused to release singles, so there was no other way.

    Then Apple opened iTunes store and at least gave the consumers the option to acquire single songs legally.

    But the whole transition from physical to digital harmed the business in itself: many people have a hard time seeing value in a digital file. That was easier with physical product.

    Now we are on to the next step: streaming. It’s getting more and more popular because it gives you access to all the music you can think of without buying it. When you listen to an album and you don’t like it very much, you can simply move on and forget it ever existed, you are not stuck with the CD in your CD library. Speaking of the CD collections: buying CDs means that over time you need more and more storage space for your CDs and eventually you find the streaming option more appealing. Storage is also the problem when you buy or illegally download music: you are stuck with music files on the hard drive and as your collection grows, it takes more and more space.

  22. Thanks for those SS #, girlygirl. The new Pentatonix Xmas album is just terrific. I hope that it continues to sell well this season.

  23. I’m happy to see Sam Smith’s CD continuing to sell well. It’s amazing.

  24. Yes, technology has changed things, but that can’t be the whole reason. If it were then no one would still sell that much. Having Taylor Swift sell such huge numbers means that when there is something the music buying public wants, they still buy it. Maybe it is still less than it would be just because of the technology, but there must be other factors involved.

  25. You can’t really use Talyor as an example. Very few can afford the kind of promotion that she is getting. Major label artists nor indie artists can hope for that. Plus she came from country where those artists get exposure all year with a country awards show on almost every month and they perform on regular award shows as well. Urban, Paisley, Carrie, Miranda, Blake, Aldean, FGL, Luke and Taylor. Are there any other artists out there who get as much exposure? Even with the non-country acts, the ones who get constant performance slots seem to be able to overcome the streaming and music stealing a little better than those who don’t. You can pretty much name who those artists are.

  26. That shows that the issue is promotion, and not just because of streaming and music stealing. The major labels are not promoting acts like they once did. There aren’t as many performance slots because there isn’t anything like MTV that really promotes music like they used to. And the one of the reasons there are so many indie acts is either labels aren’t giving contracts like they used to or aren’t giving artistic freedom like they used to. The major labels are very limited in the types of music and acts they will promote, so that leaves many acts that some people might like without a means of promoting themselves.

    I believe there was significantly higher music sales in the 90s, and I also feel there was much more diversity in what type of acts the major labels signed, and there were more avenues to promote the music, such as MTV when all their shows were about different types of music.

    Maybe the reason country acts are still doing well is they are still promoted heavily both on tv and radio, where they have their own avenues for promotion.

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