The Most-Added Songs At Country Radio: March 9, 2015

Eli Young Band "Turns It On" to lead the week's chart this week.

This week's most-added chart starts off with Eli Young Band's "Turn It On." The single, which is the title tune to their new EP showcases another side of the band while Eric Church's "Like A Wrecking Ball" sits at #2. Logan Mize debuts next with his first single "Can't Get Away From A Good Time" which has 32 adds in its official week, to tie at #2 with Eric Church. Tied at #4 are Ashley Monroe with "On To Something Good" and Montgomery Gentry's "Folks Like Us" both newly released singles (they have 30 and 37 total historic adds to date at radio).

The #6 single this week is last week's #1, Florida Georgia Line's "Sippin' On Fire." The single has now found 117 station playlists. Right behind them is Michael Ray's "Kiss You In The Morning," his debut single which was just selected as the iHeartRadio's "On The Verge" program for new artists. at #8 is Gary Allan and Chris Stapleton's "Hangover Tonight." At #9 is Trisha Yearwood's "I Remember You" and rounding out the Top 10 is Kacey Musgrave's and "Biscuits" and Ruthie Collins' debut single "Ramblin' Man" with 10 adds each.

The Most-Added Songs At Country Radio for March 9, 2015

Number Artist Song Label Radio Adds Total Historic
1 Eli Young Band Turn It On Republic Nashville 49 54
2 Eric Church Like A Wrecking Ball EMI Nashville 32 87
2 Logan Mize Can't Get Away From... Arista Nashville 32 37
4 Ashley Monroe On To Something Good Warner Bros. 28 30
4 Montgomery Gentry Folks Like Us Blaster 28 37
6 Florida Georgia Line Sippin' On Fire Republic Nashville 25 117
7 Michael Ray Kiss You In The Morning Warner Bros. 17 106
8 Gary Allan Feat. C. Stapleton Hangover Tonight MCA 14 56
9 Trisha Yearwood I Remember You Gwendolyn/RCA 13 15
10 Kacey Musgraves Biscuits Mercury 10 17
10 Ruthie Collins Ramblin' Man Sidewalk/Curb 10 10