Country Chart News – The Top 30 Digital Singles – March 05, 2014: Brantley Gilbert, Jon Pardi Hit Gold. Jerrod Niemann Top 10, Scotty McCreery Sales Increase

Brantley Gilbert leads the Top 30 Digital Country Singles chart once again this week with his now Gold-selling “Bottom’s Up” single. Take a look here at where the rest of the Top 30 played out, including Scotty McCreery, Cassadee Pope, Hunter Hayes and the debut from Lee Brice!

Brantley Gilbert’s “Bottom’s Up” Bypasses Gold Certification level, So Does Jon Pardi’s “Up All Night.” Lee Brice Debuts with latest hit “I Don’t Dance.”

At #1 this week is Brantley Gilbert with the lead single from his as yet untitled third album for The Valory Music Co. “Bottoms Up” sold another 66k this week to bring the debut single from his upcoming third album to Gold certifiaction sales levels. Florida Georgia Line’s “duet” with Luke Bryan (and current radio hit) “This Is How We Roll” is up to #2 with an 11% sales increase this week with track sales quickly approaching Gold as the single has now sold 398k to date. Keith Urban’s latest “Cop Car” is at #3 this weke with a 4% sales increase over last week while Cole Swindell is at #4 with “Chillin’ It” less than 32k away from Platinum. “Drink A Beer,” Luke Bryan’s most-recent #1 hit, is at #5 with sales of 869k to date. It’ll have no issues surpassing Platinum in the near future.

Lee Brice Debuts at #6 to lead second half of the Top 10 Digital Sales leaders. Eric Church, Blake Shelton, Jerrod Niemann, and Thomas Rhett among Top 10 too.

Lee Brice’s lead single from his upcoming third project, “I Don’t Dance” has sold over 37k in its first week on the sales chart, which was enough to land at #6 this week. Eric Church’s latest radio hit “Give Me Back My Hometown” is at #7 with sales of 277k to date. Sitting at #8 is Blake Shelton’s latest radio hit, “Doin’ What She Likes” while Jerrod Niemann’s nearly Top 10 Radio hit is at #9 with sales of 370k to date. As it marches to Top 5 and possibly #1, it should hit Gold (perhaps around the time High Noon releases later this month). at #10 is Thomas Rhett’s Get Me Some Of That” The track — written by Cole Swindell — has sold 330k to date.

Scotty McCreery leads notables this week with “See You Tonight” approaching 600k, Keith Whitley’s “Don’t Close Your Eyes” hits Top 30 thanks to The Voice.

Notable songs this week include the Brett Eldredge hit “Beat Of The Music” up 10% this week with sales approaching 200k. Meanwhile Randy Houser’s “Goodnight Kiss” has moved 237k to date. Dierks Bentley’s latest hit “I Hold On” surpassed the 400k mark and should eventually hit Gold while Keith Whitley’s “Don’t Close Your Eyes” hit the Top 30 thanks to Jake Worthington performing the song on The Voice last week.

Outside The Top 30 Notes:

  • Luke Bryan “Play It Agian” At # 33 (up 26 places). 263k sold to date.

  • Danielle Bradbery “The Heart Of Dixie” at #35 with 356k sold to date.

  • Sara Evans “Slow Me Down” at #36 with 111k sold to date (up 80% over last week).

  • Cole Swindell “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight” re-enters at #38. 97k sold to date.

  • Jon Pardi sits at 41 with “Up All Night.” It’s now GOLD eligible with sales of 503k!

  • Dierks Bentley “Riser” deebuts at #45 with 8k sold

  • Chase Rice at #47 with 250k sold for “Ready Set Roll”.

  • The Cadillac Three “The South” is at #48 with sales of 85k.

  • Jake Worthington “Don’t Close Your Eyes” #59 with 6k sold.

  • Dylan Scott “Makin’ This Boy Go Crazy” at #76 with 62k sold to date.

Songs falling out of the Top 30 This Week:

  • Tim McGraw – “Lookin’ For That Girl” (85k sold to date).

  • Hunter Hayes “Invisible” (195k sold to date)

  • Darius Rucker “Wagon Wheel” (2.667 million sold to date).

  • Cassadee Pope “Wasting All These Tears (993k total to date, 9k last week)

  • Jason Aldean “Night Train” (968k to date)

New singles that may debut next week:

  • Dan + Shay – “What You Do To Me”

  • Tate Stevens – “Better At Night”

  • Love and Theft – “Night That You’ll Never Forget”

  • Mickey Guyton “Unbreakable” EP

  • Dallas Smith “Tippin’ Point” EP
  • Tracks from Eli Young Band’s 10,000 Towns

  • Tracks from Sundy Best Bring Up The Sun

  • Tracks from David Nail’s I’m A Fire

The Top 30 Digital Singles In Country Music (03/05/2014)*

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

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04

03

05

02

00

06

07

10

09

12

13

11

08

16

14

15

17

18

19

24

20

26

00

23

29

00

36

22

32

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

Brantley Gilbert

FlaGaLine/Luke Bryan

Keith urban

Cole Swindell

Luke Bryan

Lee Brice

Eric Church

Blake Shelton

Jerrod Niemann

Thomas Rhett

Dan+Shay

Rascal Flatts

Jason Aldena

David Nail

Scotty McCreery

Frankie Ballard

Dierks Bentley

Lady Antebellum

Luke Bryan

Florida Georgia Line

Brett Eldredge

Miranda Lambert

Randy Houser

Hayden Panettiere

Florida Georgia Line

Tyler Farr

Keith Whitley

Jake Owen

Eric Paslay

Blake Shelton

Track

Bottoms Up

This Is How We Roll

Cop Car

Chillin’ It

Drink A Beer

I Don’t Dance

Give Me Back My Hometown

Doin’ What She Likes

Drink To That All Night

Get Me Some Of That

19 You And Me

Rewind

When She Says Baby

Whatever She’s Got

See You Tonight

Helluva Life

I Hold On

Compass

That’s My Kind of Night

Cruise

Beat Of The Music

Automatic

Goodnight Kiss

Don’t Put Dirt On My Grave…

Stay

Whiskey In My Water

Don’t Close Your Eyes

Beachin’

Friday Night

Boys ‘Round Here

TW

66k

47k

44k

40k

38k

37k

35k

33k

31k

31k

28k

27k

25k

25k

23k

23k

22k

19k

19k

18k

16k

14k

14k

14k

13k

13k

13k

13k

13k

13k

LW

64k

43k

43k

41k

47k

00k

39k

34k

31k

32k

27k

27k

28k

32k

22k

24k

24k

21k

20k

19k

15k

18k

14k

1k

15k

13k

1k

10k

17k

11k

Total Sales

545,000

398,000

242,000

968,000

869,000

37,000

277,000

273,000

370,000

330,000

351,000

210,000

562,000

959,000

567,000

367,000

410,000

470,000

1,767,000

6,577,000

180,000

83,000

237,000

32,000

943,000

132,000

276,000

82,000

470,000

2,408,000

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