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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: Releases For The Week of May 12, 2017

A Stylish chart-topper.

Choose your musical direction, even a member of One Direction, and you shall be rewarded this week. With so many new albums and singles to choose from, there’s no way to go wrong. Here’s all the action from this week’s schedule:

HARRY STYLES – Harry Styles (iTunes)
Styles is the second member of One Direction (following ZAYN) to put out a solo album, and the highly-anticipated set could get a brisk sales week at the top of the chart. It’s led by the epic track “Sign Of The Times”, which is climbing towards the top ten at both Hot AC and Top 40 radio. With a residency on James Corden’s late night show coming next week, the latest in some larger looks for the performer on television, as well as plenty of digital and streaming promotion, the album’s progress will be interesting to watch.

PARAMORE – After Laughter (iTunes)
Released just under a month after the debut of single “Hard Times”, this trio’s fifth studio album marks the return of drummer Zac Farro, who left the band in 2010. (Feel free to insert your best “they’ve had more band members than hits” one-liner.) Recorded in Nashville, this release is looking to debut in the top five, which would be their third album in a row to hit the region.

MACHINE GUN KELLY – Bloom (iTunes)
After a chart-topping collaboration with Camila Cabello and a solid follow-up with Hailee Steinfeld, the Texas rapper is out to reach the top three on the Billboard 200, having previously peaked at #4 twice, with his third studio album. Expect him to continue to perform well at radio with this set through the end of the year.

ZAC BROWN BAND – Welcome Home (iTunes)
Going back to their roots on their latest studio release, this Georgia group is currently in the top 20 on the Country radio chart with the lead single from that effort, “My Old Man”. Brown and the boys likely won’t capture their fourth #1 on the Billboard 200, but at least the set will break the top ten.

More albums out this week: Dreamcar‘s Dreamcar (iTunes), LeToya Luckett‘s Back 2 Life (iTunes), Scott Helman‘s Hôtel de Ville (iTunes), Hello, Dolly! (Soundtrack) (iTunes)

More EPs out this week: Goo Goo Dolls‘s You Should Be Happy (iTunes), Ingrid Michaelson‘s Alter Egos (iTunes), New Kids On The Block‘s Thankful (iTunes), Seramic‘s I Got You (iTunes), Tom Walker‘s Blessings (iTunes), Wrabel‘s We Could Be Beautiful (iTunes)

New digital-only singles that you can buy this week include:
“A Friend Like You”, Andy Grammer (iTunes)
“Aye”, Fetty Wap (iTunes)
“Coloring Outside The Lines”, MisterWives (iTunes)
“Creatures Of The Night”, Hardwell featuring Austin Mahone (iTunes)
“Don’t You Know”, Jaymes Young (iTunes)
“Drama”, AJR (iTunes)
“Everybody Lost Somebody”, Bleachers (iTunes)
“Friday Night Majic”, Kat Dahlia (iTunes)
“Hard To Love”, Kacy Hill (iTunes)
“Heart Break”, Lady Antebellum (iTunes)
“Hot2Touch”, Felix Jaehn featuring Alex Aiono (iTunes)
“Hungry Eyes”, Greyson Chance (iTunes)
“I Know You Won’t”, Rascal Flatts (iTunes)
“Invisible”, Linkin Park (iTunes)
“Keep It From You”, Glades (iTunes)
“Laugh”, Mackenzie Sol (iTunes)
“Legs Crossed”, Whissell (iTunes)
“Malibu”, Miley Cyrus (iTunes)
“Mama Say (Scavenger Hunt Remix)”, Betty Who (iTunes)
“Never Change”, Picture This (iTunes)
“Oh Lord”, In This Moment (iTunes)
“Raincoat”, Timeflies featuring Shy Martin (iTunes)
“Renegade”, Axwell /\ Ingrosso (iTunes)
“Right Now”, HAIM (iTunes)
“Rollin”, Calvin Harris featuring Future & Khalid (iTunes)
“Symphony (R3hab Remix)”, Clean Bandit featuring Zara Larsson (iTunes)
“That Would Be Nice”, Floduxe featuring Kyle Reynolds (iTunes)
“The Long Way”, Brett Eldredge (iTunes)
“There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back (NOTD Remix)”, Shawn Mendes (iTunes)
“These Days”, Aaron Taos (iTunes)
“Want You Back”, Citizen Four (iTunes)
“Whatever It Takes”, Imagine Dragons (iTunes)
“Work Is A Four Letter Word”, THØSS (iTunes)

We’ll see you next week for new albums from Linkin Park, Rascal Flatts and more. Listen to the PGTC Friday Faves list on Spotify!

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: March 26, 2017

“Rhythm” of the reign.

DEBUTS
38. Sheppard – Keep Me Crazy
36. Ed Sheeran – Galway Girl | HIGHEST DEBUT

TOP GAINERS
35. Sigrid – Don’t Kill My Vibe (40)
32. New Politics – One Of Us (39)
24. Wrabel – Bloodstain (31)
22. MisterWives – Machine (30) | BIGGEST MOVER
19. JP Cooper – September Song (24)
(see #8 below)

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. James TW – Ex (12) | PEAK: #10
09. Rag’n’Bone Man – Human (07) | PEAK: #01 for six weeks
08. Lorde – Green Light (13) | PEAK: #08
07. Imagine Dragons – Believer (08) | PEAK: #07
06. Michael Bublé – I Believe In You (06) | PEAK: #06
05. MUNA – I Know A Place (03) | PEAK: #01 for two weeks
04. ZAYN & Taylor Swift – I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (04) | PEAK: #01 for two weeks
03. Julia Michaels – Issues (05) | PEAK: #03
02. Ed Sheeran – Castle On The Hill (02) | PEAK: #02
01. Katy Perry featuring Skip Marley – Chained To The Rhythm (01) | PEAK: #01 for two weeks

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. Bea Miller – Song Like You (1)
2. New Kids On The Block – One More Night (4)
3. Scott Helman – Kinda Complicated (-)
4. Rag’N’Bone Man – Skin (5)
5. Skip Marley – Lions (2)
6. Delta Rae – A Long And Happy Life (-)
7. Sheryl Crow – Halfway There (7)
8. Gavin DeGraw – Making Love With The Radio On (9)
9. Fastball – I Will Never Let You Down (-)
10. Bobby Bazini – Never Let Go (-)

In The Mix:
Adele – All I Ask
Celine Dion – How Does A Moment Last Forever
DREAMCAR – Kill For Candy
Mike Posner – In The Arms Of A Stranger
Stargate featuring P!nk and Sia – Waterfall
Weezer – Feels Like Summer

Chart Notes:

  • It’s Ed Sheeran‘s world, and we’re all living it. The singer/songwriter is now up to his third chart hit from ÷ on my chart. At #36, “Galway Girl” is the week’s Highest Debut, while “Shape Of You” slips to #12 and “Castle On The Hill” stays at #2 for its third week. Galway, of course, is a city in Ireland, though it’s unclear if the Galwegians are content with all the attention as of late. I guess we’ll see soon!
  • Aussie sextet Sheppard now has just as many chart entries as they do members. Their sixth song to reach my top 40, “Keep Me Crazy”, debuts at #38. Their single’s already hit in the top 40 in Australia. The group first made my chart in the spring of 2013 with “Let Me Down Easy”, which topped out at #10 that July.
  • In case you missed it, make sure to check out the new Crowncast, a podcast co-hosted by Crownnote owner Kurt Trowbridge and yours truly. It’s a fun listen, full of music statistics and shade, and we’d really appreciate your support. Thanks!

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ADAM’S TOP 100 OF 2016: Part Five, 5-1

All the top tunes from the year that was.

All the top tunes from the year that was.

Are you ready for my top five songs of 2016? I sure am. Well, I hope I am. I charted them all for lengthy periods of time…

Three solo males, one solo female and a group remain on our quest to the top of the charts, but only one can make it to #1. It is now time to see where they rank…

The 2016 chart year encompasses the period of 52 charts from the list dated December 6, 2015 to the list dated November 27, 2016. Peaks provided reflect the highest position reached by the final chart of the survey year. For any ties in points, a song with a higher peak is listed first, and further ties are broken by the weeks stayed in the top 40. 168 songs in total had at least one point qualify towards the year-end chart, an increase from the 165 that did so in 2015.

05. BASTILLE, “Good Grief” (723 chart points)
Writer(s): Dan Smith
Album: Wild World
Label: Capitol
Peak: #1 for three weeks
Weeks: 24+

This English band knows the top spot quite well on my personal chart, but their two previous #1 songs, “Pompeii” (2013) and “Of The Night” (2014), couldn’t get beyond a second week at the summit. That changed this year with the release of this song, which quickly topped my chart and stayed there for three weeks in July and August. It also topped the Alternative radio chart for a week in November. It’s too early to tell where “Blame” will place on my 2017 list, but it’s making some solid gains so far.

04. ADELE, “When We Were Young” (737 chart points)
Writer(s): Adele, Tobias Jesso Jr.
Album: 25
Label: XL/Columbia
Peak: #1 for five weeks
Weeks: 26

It was one of the biggest chart crimes of the year; no, not on my own chart, but on the CHR/Top 40 radio chart. After “Hello” soared to #1 in just five weeks, this gorgeous follow-up single stalled out at #11. #11! The shade of it all! However, it did make it to the top spot on my personal top 40 for five enchanting weeks, making it one of four #1 hits (so far) from her latest era. A fifth single from the album could extend her streak in the new year, but we’ll have to see if that actually occurs. I hope it does.

03. BARNS COURTNEY, “Fire” (739 chart points)
Writer(s): Barns Courtney, David Jackson
Album: TBA
Label: Capitol
Peak: #1 for four weeks
Weeks: 29

A faster turnover rate meant no songs topped 30 or more weeks in the top 40 during 2016. So, Courtney’s run of 29 gives his excellent song a bit of cred in the longevity department. Just over a year ago, it was included in the trailer and the soundtrack to the film Burnt, and while the movie’s flame faded away, “Fire” had a second life at Alternative and Triple A radio in 2016, a top five hit at the latter format. While I wish it was bigger, and got a fair chance at Top 40 airplay, Courtney’s song is still hot.

02. JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE, “Can’t Stop The Feeling” (755 chart points)
Writer(s): Justin Timberlake, Max Martin, Shellback
Album: Trolls (Soundtrack)
Label: RCA
Peak: #1 for five weeks
Weeks: 26

In the runner-up position on my Top 100 of 2016, a track that you couldn’t escape for a time over the summer. Regardless of where you heard it, and I imagine it was spun at a few million Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and weddings this year, you just had to dance along to that catchy little tune. Timberlake started off 2016 with a quick top ten song in “Drink You Away”, but the enormous success of his soundtrack hit makes him one of the top artists of the year when total points are added up. If “Can’t” held up in the middle portion of my list for slightly longer, it probably would’ve had an extra week or two to propel it to #1 for the year.

01. WRABEL, “11 Blocks” (765 chart points)
Writer(s): Alex Hope, Wrabel
Album: TBA
Label: Epic
Peak: #1 for five weeks
Weeks: 25+
2016 Chart Run: 37-32-28-23-15-13-7-5-3-3-11111-3-3-3-5-6-7-11-13-17-21-(2017 Chart Year)

“11 blocks from my door to your doorstep…”

I first heard those words on the morning of June 3 while prepping the next episode of Train Tracks, a SiriusXM show, hosted by Train lead singer Pat Monahan, that airs on channel The Pulse every weekend. I was actually pretty lucky to hear it early. I fell in love with it on the first listen, the perfect combination of an intriguing personal lyric with a very talented vocalist. I was pretty sure early on that it was going to top my personal chart, but my Top 100 of 2016? Couldn’t have anticipated that one…

It was close up until the very end: only ten points separated #1 and #2 this year. In fact, the status of those two songs was just decided on the last chart of the period. Needless to say, it could’ve easily gone the other way, if the right factors were in play.

However, I’m very happy with the result. I’m just disappointed that more people didn’t get a chance to hear it! With a peak of #11 (clever one, Epic) on Hot AC radio, it should’ve done way better. Alas, the situation has happened before. Well, I’m really looking forward to Wrabel’s new music, whenever it comes out, because the feelings are going to be real. Congrats to Wrabel and his team on a great 2016, and best wishes for an even better 2017.

“11 Blocks”, my #1 song of 2016, now forever enshrined in the Adam’s Top 40 Hall Of Fame.

Fun facts about this year’s #1:
* This marks the first time an artist recording for Epic Records has my #1 song of the year since 2009, when “You Found Me” by The Fray topped that year’s survey. (The only other Epic #1 on one of my year-end charts was back in 2005, when “What Happens Tomorrow” by Duran Duran led the list.)
* “11 Blocks” debuted on the chart dated June 12, 2016, which is the latest a #1 song of the year has entered my survey during the calendar year. The previous record was in 2007, when that year’s #1, “If You’re Gonna Leave” by singer Emerson Hart, was a debut on the chart dated April 22, 2007.
* Due to that late entry, Wrabel’s 25 weeks that counted towards the Top 100 of 2016 represents the fewest number of weeks for a #1 song of the year since 2003. The biggest hit that year, Jason Mraz‘s “The Remedy (I Won’t Worry)”, totaled a small 21 weeks in the top 40.
* As previously mentioned, “11 Blocks” reached the top of my chart in its 11th week. It also spent a week at #11 in November. I guess we all love some fun with numbers…

Thanks to all of you for checking out my Top 100 of 2016! Have a great Hanukkah and Christmas, and a Happy New Year!

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: October 30, 2016

"Someone" new at the top.

TWo weeks for James.

DEBUTS
38. LP – Lost On You

TOP GAINERS
35. Lukas Graham – You’re Not There (40)
30. Adele – Water Under The Bridge (38) | BIGGEST MOVER
28. Captain Cuts featuring Nateur – Love Like We Used To (33)
21. Maroon 5 – Don’t Wanna Know (28)
18. The Strumbellas – We Don’t Know (23)
14. Sting – I Can’t Stop Thinking About You (19)

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. Bon Jovi – This House Is Not For Sale (10) | PEAK: #10
09. Niall Horan – This Town (11) | PEAK: #09
08. Colbie Caillat – Goldmine (05) | PEAK: #04
07. Wrabel – 11 Blocks (06) | PEAK: #01 for five weeks
06. Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness – Fire Escape (09) | PEAK: #06
05. Saint Motel – Move (07) | PEAK: #05
04. Emeli Sandé – Hurts (04) | PEAK: #04
03. OneRepublic – Kids (03) | PEAK: #03
02. Michael Bublé – Nobody But Me (02) | PEAK: #01 for four weeks
01. James TW – When You Love Someone (01) | PEAK: #01 for two weeks

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. Bobby Bazini – C’est La Vie (4)
2. Nathan Sykes – Famous (2)
3. Matt Simons – Lose Control (3)
4. Goo Goo Dolls – Over And Over (5)
5. Maty Noyes – In My Mind (10)
6. Third Eye Blind – Company Of Strangers (8)
7. James Arthur – Say You Won’t Let Go (-)
8. Rag’n’Bone Man – Human (-)
9. Alex Da Kid featuring X Ambassadors and Elle King – Not Easy (-)
10. Daya – Words (-)

In The Mix:
Capital Cities – Vowels
for KING & COUNTRY – Priceless
Jacob Whitesides – Focus
Justin Klump – Keep On, Keepin’ On
Olly Murs – Grow Up
Ricky Reed – Express Myself (new)
Seeb featuring Jacob Banks – What Do You Love (new)
The Last Bandoleros – Where Do You Go?
Tom Chaplin – Quicksand

Chart Notes:

  • Sting‘s “I Can’t Stop Thinking About You” sees a notable boost this week, up 19-14. If he makes the top ten, he’ll be the first artist over 60 since 67-year-old Elton John in 2014, and the second oldest act (at 65) ever to hit the region. Singles by two Adam’s Top 40 favorites, Adele (“Water Under The Bridge”, 38-30) and Maroon 5 (“Don’t Wanna Know”, 28-21), look as though they’ll be searching for a spot in the top ten as well. Lots of action heading into the end of the year…
  • In August 2012, the singer named LP ranked In The Mix with her song “Into The Wild”. It had been running in a Citibank ad for some time. Well, that single never made it onto my top 40, but just over four years later, her current hit in Europe does. “Lost On You” is this week’s lone debut at #38. It’s currently in rotation at a handful of Alternative and Triple A outlets. Will it become one of 2017’s big U.S. radio records? Stay tuned.
  • Only four more weeks until the end of 2016 Chart Year! It’ll be here before you know it! Have a safe and fun Halloween, and don’t forget to check out the debut episode of Crowncast, featuring yours truly, on Crownnote.

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: October 23, 2016

"Someone" new at the top.

“Someone” new at the top.

DEBUTS
40. Lukas Graham – You’re Not There
39. Ingrid Michaelson – Still The One
38. Adele – Water Under The Bridge | HIGHEST DEBUT

TOP GAINERS
34. Shawn Mendes – Mercy (38)
33. Captain Cuts featuring Nateur – Love Like We Used To (40) | BIGGEST MOVER (tie)
28. Maroon 5 – Don’t Wanna Know (35) | BIGGEST MOVER (tie)
17. Train – Play That Song (21)
11. Niall Horan – This Town (15)
09. Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness – Fire Escape (13)

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. Bon Jovi – This House Is Not For Sale (10) | PEAK: #10
09. Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness – Fire Escape (13) | PEAK: #09
08. Serena Ryder – Got Your Number (06) | PEAK: #02
07. Saint Motel – Move (08) | PEAK: #07
06. Wrabel – 11 Blocks (05) | PEAK: #01 for five weeks
05. Colbie Caillat – Goldmine (04) | PEAK: #04
04. Emeli Sandé – Hurts (07) | PEAK: #04
03. OneRepublic – Kids (03) | PEAK: #03
02. Michael Bublé – Nobody But Me (01) | PEAK: #01 for four weeks
01. James TW – When You Love Someone (02) | PEAK: #01 for one week | NEW #1

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. LP – Lost On You (2)
2. Nathan Sykes – Famous (1)
3. Matt Simons – Lose Control (3)
4. Bobby Bazini – C’est La Vie (7)
5. Goo Goo Dolls – Over And Over (8)
6. The Mowgli’s – Bad Thing (4)
7. Royal Teeth – Kids Conspire (5)
8. Third Eye Blind – Company Of Strangers (10)
9. Matt Hires – Fighting A Ghost (9)
10. Maty Noyes – In My Mind (-)

In The Mix:
Capital Cities – Vowels
Daya – Words
for KING & COUNTRY – Priceless
Jacob Whitesides – Focus (new)
James Arthur – Say You Won’t Let Go
Johnnyswim – Let It Matter
Justin Klump – Keep On, Keepin’ On
Olly Murs – Grow Up
The Last Bandoleros – Where Do You Go?
Tom Chaplin – Quicksand

Chart Notes:

  • A number of younger male soloists have reached the top of my chart this year, including 20-year-old Troye Sivan and 22-year-olds Jordan Fisher and Zayn Malik. This week, however, a singer who turns 19 in four days claims both the new #1 song on the countdown and the title of the youngest male soloist to ever reach the summit. He’s James Taylor-Watts, better known as James TW, and his hit is called “When You Love Someone”. The song is up 2-1 in its ninth week on the chart. It’s featured on his EP titled First Impressions, out now. Happy (early) birthday!
  • When it comes to #1 singles on my chart, Adele leads the pack (along with Coldplay) with a total of seven chart-toppers. A chance at that eighth #1 is looking possible now, as “Water Under The Bridge” lands my Highest Debut this week at #38. It’s the fourth single to chart from 25, which was recently certified Diamond. Her U.S. tour continues through next month.
  • Ingrid Michaelson hit #4 earlier this year with “Hell No”, which became her highest-charting song to date on my list. She returns to the chart at #39 with “Still The One”, the second radio single from It Doesn’t Have To Make Sense. We’ll see how it does at Hot AC radio on Halloween, the day when it haunts program directors for a solid adds date.
  • Finally, at #40, is the third top 40 single for Lukas Graham. “You’re Not There” heads to Hot AC radio on November 7. It follows “Mama Said”, which hit the top 15 at the format, and #9 on my personal chart for the Danish group.

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: October 16, 2016

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Michael makes it a month.

DEBUTS
40. Captain Cuts featuring Nateur – Love Like We Used To
38. Shawn Mendes – Mercy
35. Maroon 5 – Don’t Wanna Know | HIGHEST DEBUT

TOP GAINERS
32. DNCE – Body Moves (37)
30. BANNERS – Into The Storm (35)
25. The Strumbellas – We Don’t Know (30)
15. Niall Horan – This Town (22) | BIGGEST MOVER — two weeks

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. Bon Jovi – This House Is Not For Sale (13) | PEAK: #10
09. Gavin DeGraw – She Sets The City On Fire (07) | PEAK: #07
08. Saint Motel – Move (08) | PEAK: #08
07. Emeli Sandé – Hurts (10) | PEAK: #07
06. Serena Ryder – Got Your Number (02) | PEAK: #02
05. Wrabel – 11 Blocks (03) | PEAK: #01 for five weeks
04. Colbie Caillat – Goldmine (04) | PEAK: #04
03. OneRepublic – Kids (05) | PEAK: #03
02. James TW – When You Love Someone (06) | PEAK: #02
01. Michael Bublé – Nobody But Me (01) | PEAK: #01 for four weeks

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. Nathan Sykes – Famous (1)
2. LP – Lost On You (2)
3. Matt Simons – Lose Control (5)
4. The Mowgli’s – Bad Thing (6)
5. Royal Teeth – Kids Conspire (7)
6. Ingrid Michaelson – Still The One (10)
7. Bobby Bazini – C’est La Vie (-)
8. Goo Goo Dolls – Over And Over (-)
9. Matt Hires – Fighting A Ghost (9)
10. Third Eye Blind – Company Of Strangers (-)

In The Mix:
Adele – Water Under The Bridge
Astrid S – Hurts So Good
Bastille – Send Them Off!
Capital Cities – Vowels
Daya – Words (new)
for KING & COUNTRY – Priceless
James Arthur – Say You Won’t Let Go (new)
Johnnyswim – Let It Matter
Justin Klump – Keep On, Keepin’ On
Maty Noyes – In My Mind (new)
Olly Murs – Grow Up
The Last Bandoleros – Where Do You Go?
Tom Chaplin – Quicksand

Chart Notes:

  • This week’s Highest Debut, at #35, is by one of the most successful bands to make my chart since it began. They have a total of six #1 songs, including big hits like “Makes Me Wonder”, “Misery” and “This Love”. Of course, I’m talking about Maroon 5, and their latest single is “Don’t Wanna Know”. Though the song has received mixed reaction for its tropical house nature, it had a strong start at both radio and retail, and its Pokémon Go-themed music video is generating some big buzz as well.
  • Teenage Canadian singer Shawn Mendes is making his way down the chart with “Treat You Better”, which reached a peak of #2 recently. However, he debuts this week with the follow-up single, “Mercy”. It’s new at #38. Both tracks are taken from the former #1 album Illuminate, which managed to reach the top five in over a dozen countries. “Mercy” impacts at the CHR format this Tuesday, so stay tuned to see how well it does on the latest adds report.
  • Two weeks ago, my #40 song made its radio debut on Carson Daly’s Daly Download countdown program. At the time, it was unable to be download, streamed or tagged. So, now that it’s had a proper release in the last few days, we can all identify the trio Captain Cuts and vocalist Nateur on their track “Love Like We Used To”. Both acts have either production or writing credits on prior chart hits, but have never charted as artists before.

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: October 9, 2016

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More for Michael.

DEBUTS
(none)

TOP GAINERS
25. Train – Play That Song (36)
22. Niall Horan – This Town (37) | BIGGEST MOVER
17. Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness – Fire Escape (23)

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. Emeli Sandé – Hurts (13) | PEAK: #10
09. Bastille – Good Grief (05) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks
08. Saint Motel – Move (09) | PEAK: #08
07. Gavin DeGraw – She Sets The City On Fire (07) | PEAK: #07
06. James TW – When You Love Someone (10) | PEAK: #06
05. OneRepublic – Kids (06) | PEAK: #05
04. Colbie Caillat – Goldmine (04) | PEAK: #04
03. Wrabel – 11 Blocks (03) | PEAK: #01 for five weeks
02. Serena Ryder – Got Your Number (02) | PEAK: #02
01. Michael Bublé – Nobody But Me (01) | PEAK: #01 for three weeks

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. Nathan Sykes – Famous (3)
2. LP – Lost On You (5)
3. Nick Fradiani – All On You (2)
4. The Score – Unstoppable (1)
5. Matt Simons – Lose Control (4)
6. The Mowgli’s – Bad Thing (6)
7. Royal Teeth – Kids Conspire (9)
8. Shawn Mendes – Mercy (-)
9. Matt Hires – Fighting A Ghost (10)
10. Ingrid Michaelson – Still The One (-)

In The Mix:
Adele – Water Under The Bridge
Astrid S – Hurts So Good
Bastille – Send Them Off!
Bobby Bazini – C’est La Vie
Capital Cities – Vowels
Captain Cuts – Love Like We Used To
Five For Fighting – Born To Win
for KING & COUNTRY – Priceless
Johnnyswim – Let It Matter
JoJo – No Apologies
Justin Klump – Keep On, Keepin’ On
Kris Allen – Love Will Find You
Olly Murs – Grow Up (new)
The Last Bandoleros – Where Do You Go?
Third Eye Blind – Company Of Strangers
Tom Chaplin – Quicksand

Chart Notes:

  • While Michael Bublé‘s “Nobody But Me” remains at #1 for a third week, a few tracks in the top ten are looking to steal the top spot from it later this month. Up 6-5 is OneRepublic‘s “Kids”, their biggest hit on my chart in over three years. Making a four notch jump to #6 is newcomer James TW and “When You Love Someone”, impacting at Hot AC radio tomorrow. In just four weeks, Emeli Sandé‘s “Hurts” is at #10, up three from last week. Who will grab the throne first? Stay tuned!
  • Two of last week’s entries achieve double-digit moves on the chart this week. Train‘s “Play That Song” plays on at #25, up a very nice 11 spots. They last hit my top ten with “Angel In Blue Jeans” in 2014, and “Play” could hit the region in the next few weeks. However, this week’s Biggest Mover is Niall Horan‘s “This Town”, climbing an amazing 15 notches from 37-22. The singer from One Direction is also due for some top ten time by the end of the month.
  • Only seven more weeks until the end of the chart year! While you’re carving out some pumpkins for Halloween, I’ll continue to carve out this list of my top 100 songs of 2016. More to come…

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