Country Chart News – The Top 30 Digital Singles – January 22, 2014: Eric Church, Blake Shelton, Cole Swindell, Cassadee Pope, Scotty McCreery Tops

After one week outside the Top 10, Eric Church debuts inside it at #1 with his latest single “Give Me Back My Home Town,” pushing both Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line off of the #1 single for the first time in ages. Take a look here to see where the other 4 singles debuted on this week’s chart!

Eric Church dominates Sales Chart with “Give Me Back My Hometown.” Single takes over #1 after debuting at #12 last week.

For the first time in a long time, the top-selling song in on the Digital Country Song chart doesn’t belong to Luke Bryan or Florida Georgia Line. Instead, it belongs to Eric Church with “Give Me Back My Hometown” taking over the pole position after selling only 28k last week. The track gained 114% in sales over last week. Luke’s “Drink A Beer” sits at #2 with sales now at 598k while at #3 is Luke’s good friend and tour mate Cole Swindell. He’s now sold 727k copies of break out hit “Chillin’ It.” Sitting at #4 is David Nail with “Whatever She’s Got” while #5 holds Florida Georgia Line’s “Stay,” a song which spent a full month at #1 on the radio airplay charts.

Rascal Flatts, Cole Swindell debut in Top 10 with “Rewind” and “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight.”

Rascal Flatts sold 38k of “Rewind” to debut at #6 this week with the single which leads off the trio’s third album (still forthcoming) from Big Machine Records. at #7 is Brantley Gilbert with his fast-rising single “Bottoms Up.” The star has now sold 218k to date. Sitting at #8 is Cole Swindell’s “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” single. The track has moved 36k in one week and is the pre-sale release from Swindell’s upcoming self-titled debut album. Jason Aldean sits at #9 with “When She Says Baby” while Florida Georgia Line’s “Cruise” sits at #10 and remains the best-selling Digital Country single of all time (it now outpaces “Need You Now” by nearly 200k downloads at 6.459 million downloads to Lady Antebellum’s “6.285 million downloads).

Notable Singles Include Dan+Shay’s “19 You And Me,” Jon Pardi’s “Up All Night” Scotty McCreery’s “See You Tonight” Thomas Rhett’s “Get Me Some Of That,” and Jerrod Niemann’s “Drink To That All Night.”

Jon Pardi sits just outside of the Top 10 with “Up All Night” the lead single from his Capitol Nashville debut Write You A Song. The track is just under 75k downloads away from being Gold certification eligible. Jerrod Niemman’s fast-rising hit “Drink Do That All Night” rises to #13 and has now surpassed 205k in 16 weeks on the charts. Meanwhile, Cassadee Pope’s “Wasting All These Tears” has jumped over the 900k mark and is a certainty to hit Platinum in the next few months (even as the single falls off the radio charts). Dan + Shay’s break-out hit “19 You + Me” hit the 200k plus mark this week while the airplay #1, “Sweet Annie” from Zac Brown Band, has now sold 358k to date. Blake Shelton’s “Doin’ What She Likes” is at #21 this week an is our riser of the week.

 

Scotty McCreery’s “See You Tonight” is now only 50k downloads away from Gold while Florida Georgia Line debut with their iTunes only cover of “Friends In Low Places.” Eric Paslay sits at #26 with “Friday Night” while Nashville’s Sam Palladio and Clare Bowen debut at 29 with “Lately.”

Outside The Top 30 Notes:

  • Danielle Bradbery at #35 with “The Heart Of Dixie”. She’s moved 292k tracks to date.

  • The Cadillac Three at #40 with “The South” which has sales of 44k to date (10k alone last week).

  • Justin Moore “Lettin The Good Time Roll” at #41 with sales of 91k to date.

  • Tyler Farr “Whiskey In My Water” at #42 with sales of 6k to date.

  • Josh Thompson “Cold Beer With Your Name On It” at #70 with sales of 91k to date.

  • Glen Templeton at #75 with “Ball Cap. The song has sold 68k to date.

Songs falling out of the Top 30 This Week:

  • Blake Shelton (W/Pistol Annies) “Boys Round Here” (2.335 million to date)

  • Eric Church “The Outsiders” (429k to date)

  • Thomas Rhett “It Goes Like This (1.2 million to date)

  • Blake Shelton “Mine Would Be You” (823k to date)

  • Lucy Hale “You Sound Good To Me” (51k to date)

New singles that may debut next week:

The Top 30 Digital Singles In Country Music (12/18/13)*

*Numbers are rounded to nearest thousandth.  k=1,000

 

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12

01

07

02

03

09

08

06

13

05

15

16

10

14

11

20

25

21

44

24

17

23

28

26

18

22

TW

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

Artist

Eric Church

Luke Bryan

Cole Swindell

David Nail

Florida Georgia Line

Rascal Flatts

Brantley Gilbert

Cole Swindell

Jason Aldean

Florida Georgia Line

Jon Pardi

Luke Bryan

Jerrod Niemann

Thomas Rhett

Cassadee Pope

Lady Antebellum

Dan + Shay

Zac Brown Band

Florida Georgia Line

Dierks Bentley

Blake Shelton

Scotty McCreery

Frankie Ballard

Eli Young Band

Florida Georgia Line

Eric Paslay

K.Urban/M.Lambert

Parmalee

S.Palladio/C.Bowen

Darius Rucker

Track

Give Me Back My Hometown

Drink A Beer

Chillin’ It

Whatever She’s Got

Stay

Rewind

Bottoms Up

Hope You Get Lonely Tonight

When She Says Baby

Cruise

Up All Night

That’s My Kind Of Night

Drink To That All Night

Get Me Some Of That

Wasting All These Tears

Compass

19 You + Me

Sweet Annie

This Is How We Roll

I Hold On

Doin’ What She Likes

See You Tonight

Helluva Life

Drunk Last Night

Friends In Low Places

Friday Night

We Were Us

Carolina

Lately

Wagon Wheel

TW

61k

55k

45k

42k

39k

38k

37k

36k

33k

32k

32k

29k

25k

25k

25k

24k

24k

20k

20k

19k

19k

18k

17k

17k

17k

16k

15k

15k

15k

15k

LW

28k

57k

35k

44k

42k

0k

33k

0k

35k

36k

28k

36k

26k

23k

30k

27k

29k

21k

18k

20k

10k

18k

23k

19k

0k

17k

17k

23k

0k

19k

Total Sales

89,000

598,000

727,000

745,000

827,000

38,000

218,000

36,000

392,000

6,459,000

424,000

1,643,000

205,000

166,000

910,000

342,000

206,000

358,000

216,000

279,000

91,000

450,000

252,000

657,000

17,000

353,000

566,000

685,000

15,000

2,588,000

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