Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: October 4, 2015

Another Big #1 for Chad and Ian.

Two Great Big weeks at the top.

40. JR JR – Gone
39. DNCE – Cake By The Ocean | HIGHEST DEBUT

33. Sara Bareilles – She Used To Be Mine (39) | BIGGEST MOVER
29. Rob Thomas – Hold On Forever (34)
25. Ellie Goulding – On My Mind (31) | BIGGEST MOVER — two weeks

10. John Newman – Come And Get It (07) | PEAK: #02
09. Nate Ruess – Great Big Storm (09) | PEAK: #09
08. Gavin James – Bitter Pill (10) | PEAK: #08
07. Years & Years – Desire (08) | PEAK: #07
06. Causes – Walk On Water (06) | PEAK: #06
05. X Ambassadors – Renegades (05) | PEAK: #05
04. Duran Duran featuring Janelle Monáe and Nile Rodgers – Pressure Off (03) | PEAK: #01 for five weeks
03. One Direction – Drag Me Down (04) | PEAK: #03
02. Carly Rae Jepsen – Run Away With Me (02) | PEAK: #02
01. A Great Big World – Hold Each Other (01) | PEAK: #01 for two weeks

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. Grace Mitchell – Jitter (5)
2. Grizfolk – Troublemaker (8)
3. Mackenzie Thoms – Conviction (2)
4. Wylder – Sunstroke (1)
5. John Newman featuring Charlie Wilson – Tiring Game (6)
6. James Morrison – Demons (7)
7. Harry Connick Jr. – (I Do) Like We Do (9)
8. Jeff Lynne’s ELO – When I Was A Boy (-)
9. Rudimental featuring Ed Sheeran – Lay It All On Me (-)
10. Secret Weapons – Something New (-)

In The Mix:
Adam Lambert – Another Lonely Night
Ben Rector – Brand New
Bronze Radio Return – Light Me Up
Bryan Adams – Brand New Day
David Cook – Criminals
Demi Lovato – Confident
Grace – You Don’t Own Me
Grace Potter – Empty Heart
Green River Ordinance – Maybe It’s Time (Gravity)
Hippo Campus – South (new)
HØØNCH – Top (new)
JoJo – When Love Hurts
Matt Nathanson – Adrenaline
Max Frost – Withdrawal
Patrick James – In New Light (new)
Rachel Platten – Stand By You
Ruen Brothers – Aces (new)
Ryan Adams – Bad Blood
Ryan Corn – White Flag
Sia – Alive
The Band Perry – Live Forever
The Front Bottoms – HELP (new)
The Score – Oh My Love
The Vamps – Wake Up (new)
Tori Kelly featuring Ed Sheeran – I Was Made For Loving You
Tor Miller – Carter & Cash (new)
X Ambassadors – Unsteady (new)
Zac Brown Band – Beautiful Drug

Chart Notes:

  • Two female soloists are tied for the Biggest Mover title this week: both “On My Mind” by Ellie Goulding (31-25) and “She Used To Be Mine” by Sara Bareilles (39-33) climb a healthy six notches this week. They’ll also be competing on the album listing when the two release their new sets on the same date, November 6. For Goulding, it’s Delirium, and for Bareilles, it’s What’s Inside: Songs From Waitress. Both songs are off to good starts, but how will they do in the long run? Stay tuned!
  • This week’s Highest Debut at #39 is from the new band called DNCE. Their song is “Cake By The Ocean”. You may know by now that the leader of this quartet is Joe Jonas, who previously recorded with the Jonas Brothers and as a soloist. That middle Jonas sibling, along with bassist Cole Whittle, drummer Jack Lawless and guitarist JinJoo Lee, comprise the act. It’s a little early to tell when they’ll issue their debut album, but you’ll be hearing a lot of this song during the fall.
  • The only other new entry this week is from another act that’s new to the countdown, JR JR. They climb aboard at #40 with “Gone”. They previously released material as Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. until the summer of this year. The track is also charting at Alternative radio, which marks their first record to rank there as well. Their self-titled album dropped last week.

(See my full chart on the M4BCC message board) (Listen to this week’s chart and more on Spotify)

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