The Most-Added Country Songs at Country Radio: March 16, 2015

Kacey Musgraves Leads The Mediabase/Country Aircheck chart of new songs this week.

Our look into The Most-Added Country Songs at Country Radio: March 16, 2015 starts off with Kacey Musgraves earning 39 adds to take home the most-added single for the week. Drake White’s Dot Records debut “It Feels Good” starts off with 36 adds and is followed by Florida Georgia Line at #3 with “Sippin’ On Fire.” The song had 21 adds today with 138 of the 148 country stations on the Mediabase panel adding the song already (it follows “Sun Daze” on the charts). Eric Church’s “Like A Wrecking Ball” is up to 105 adds total while Billy Currington scored 13 to lead the quartet of singles tied at #5 this week. Maddie & Tae’s “Fly” also scored 13 as did Eli Young Band’s “Turn It On.” Newcomers Striking Matches close out the Top 5 list (Top 7 really).

This means our #6-#10 slot is actually just three songs deep with Brantley Gilbert’s “One Hell of an Amen” rising up the charts with 127 stations now having it in their radio rotation. Luke Bryan’s “Games” makes a Top 10 bow despite not officially being a single while Mo Pitney’s fantastic “Country” sits tied for #9 this week with 73 stations now on board with the track.

The Most-Added Country Songs at Country Radio:March 16, 2015*

*Source: Mediabase/CountryAircheck

Number Artist Song Label Radio Adds Total Historic
1 Kacey Musgraves Biscuits Mercury 39 56
2 Drake White It Feels Good Dot 36 42
3 Florida Georgia Line Sippin' On Fire Republic Nashville 21 138
4 Eric Church Like A Wrecking Ball EMI Nashville 18 105
5 Billy Currington Don't It Mercury 13 148
5 Eli Young Band Turn It On Republic Nashville 13 67
5 Maddie & Tae Fly DOT 13 126
5 Striking Matches Hanging On A Lie I.R.S. 13 15
9 Brantley Gilbert One Hell of an Amen Valory 12 127
9 Luke Bryan Games Capitol 12 16
9 Mo Pitney Country Curb 12 73


  • Nessa

    The lyrics are good but Kacey's songs sound very similar. Does she ever write solo. Not hard to be great w/ Brandy Clark and Shane Mac. Anyway, I guess I should just be glad that gals are getting on the radio. PS What is up w/ Church and the ballads? I get that it is better for him at radio but he can sell w/o radio. Not very "outlaw" man, go rock it out.