Monday Morning Mediabase Update – Mar 22-28

The big Idol news on the radio front this week is Carrie Underwood. She went number one on the Country chart with “Temporary Home”. This is the second single from her album “Play On” and both singles have gone to number 1 on that chart (11 of her singles have gone to #1 on Country). Carrie is definitely a country institution.

Speaking of Idol institutions, Kelly, the original recipe Idol’s new single went top 40 on Top 40 this week. There was a long delay between “Already Gone” going recurrent on this chart and this single, so lots of people thought the label had finished promoting this album which has fallen off the BB 200. I don’t know how much of a push RCA is putting into this single, but Kelly’s reputation for generating hits probably helps out the effort. “Already Gone” is still climbing on AC, though, and just went to number 3 with a bullet, so there is still lots going on with that album.

The other milestone this week is that Adam’s “Whattaya Want from Me” went top 20 in AC making the song top 20 in 3 formats.

Here are your Monday Morning Mediabase Updates for airplay as of 9:20 pm of 03/28/10 after the jump.

Adam Lambert:
“Whattaya Want From Me”: ^14 HAC (14), ^14 Pop (14), ^17 AC (27)

Carrie Underwood:
“Cowboy Casanova” : 35 HAC (31)
“Temporary Home” : ^1 Country (3)

Danny Gokey:
“My Best Days are Ahead”: ^27 Country (28)

“Life After You”: ^6 HAC (6), ^21 AC (20), ^22 pop (21)

Katharine McPhee:
“Had it All” : 29 AC (23)

Kelly Clarkson:
“All I Ever Wanted”: ^22 HAC (26), ^38 Pop (41)
“Already Gone”: ^3 AC (4)

Kris Allen:
“Live Like We Are Dying”: ^4 HAC (5), ^16 AC (17), 16 Pop (11), ^36 CAC (39)

Phil Stacey:
“Some Kind of Love”: ^41 CAC (46)

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

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