The Most-Added Country Singles For November 10, 2014

Luke Bryan's 6th single from "Crash My Party," "I See You," leads the way on our rundown this week.

This week's most-added singles list of new radio songs starts with Luke Bryan with "I See You." The single is the follow-up to "Roller Coaster," the fifth #1 hit from the superstar's Crash My Party. At #2 is Jason Aldean's "Just Gettin' Started" with 60 first-week stations. The single is the second (after Platinum #1 "Burnin' It Down") from Old Boots, New Dirt. Lady Antebellum is #3 with 747's "Freestyle," their second week on this chart with Blake Shelton and Ashley Monroe's "Lonely Tonight" landing at #4. Blake's #1 on the radio this week with "Neon Light," his 13th #1 in a row (and #18 overall)! Both of those songs can be found on Bringing Back The Sunshine. At #5 is Chase Rice with "Gonna Wanna Tonight," the second single off Ignite The Night.

The Swon Brothers slide from the Top 5 to #6 this week with "Pray for You," a single which is off of their self-titled album. At #7 is Cole Swindell with "Ain't Worth The Whiskey," the third single from his self-titled album. At #8 is The Band Perry's CMA-stunner "Gentle On My Mind," their version of the iconic Glen Campbell hit. Dustin Lynch's "Hell Of The Night" is at #9 while Jerrod Niemann's long-gestating single "Buzz Back Girl" returns to the Most-Added Singles chart with 10 more stations adding the third single from High Noon.

The 10 Most Added Country Singles

(Mediabase) November 10, 2014

Number Artist Song Label Radio Adds
1 Luke Bryan I See You Capitol 76
2 Jason Aldean Just Gettin' Started Broken Bow 60
3 Lady Antebellum Freestyle Capitol 26
4 Shelton/Monroe Lonely Tonight Warner Bros. 25
5 Chase Rice Gonna Wanna Tonight Columbia 21
6 Swon Brothers Pray For You Arista 17
7 Cole Swindell Ain't Worth The Whisky Warner Bros. 16
8 The Band Perry Gentle On My Mind Republic Nashville 11
8 Dustin Lynch Hell Of A Night Broken Bow 10
10 Jerrod Niemann Buzz Back Girl Sea Gayle/Arista 10


  • Brian Cole

    Going six songs deep into a CD, all to the same format is super-impressive these days. He could get to 2.5 million now with Crash My Party (I wish the CD could reach Triple-Platinum, but that is a long way off right now). I am glad for Luke Bryan, even though I wish he had sung this new song or his huge smash "Play It Again" at the CMAs. Maybe the AMAs can give him another pre-Christmas boost.