Showing posts with label Jake Owen. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Jake Owen. Show all posts

May 12, 2021

The Current Poop of Mainstream Country Radio: May 2021

 A poop emoji is negative; a strike-thru is positive.



The current Poop Rating of the Mediabase Top 20 is (-9) overall which is a 2 point improvement from February (the previous time we did this chart). The worst song is Dan + Shay’s “Glad You Exist,” but Sam, Dylan, Luke, and Cole also have terrible entries. The best song is Eric Church’s “Hell of a View” with Lainey Wilson’s “Things a Man Oughta Know” nipping at its heels.  The chart is somewhat stagnant, quality-wise, but there are hints of promise.


Chart info from Mediabase/Country Aircheck.

Feb 10, 2021

The Current Poop of Mainstream Country Radio: February '21

 A poop emoji is negative. A strike-thru is positive. 

The current Poop Rating of the Mediabase Top 20 is (-11) overall which is a 7 point drop from November (the previous time we did this chart). The worst song is Niko Moon’s “Good Time,” but there are a lot of contenders. The best song is Eric Church’s “Hell of a View.” The chart is really bad again, and there’s not even a Kane Brown song on it.


Chart info from Mediabase/Country Aircheck.

Jan 10, 2019

The Current Poop of Mainstream Country: January '19

A poop emoji is negative; a strike-thru is positive.



The current Poop Rating of the Mediabase Top 20 is (-16) overall which is a 2 point drop from last September (the previous time we did this chart). The best song on the chart is Chris Stapleton's "Millionaire."  The worst is Mitchell Tenpenny's "Drunk Me" followed closely by Dustin Lynch's "Good Girl." There is 1 solo woman on the charts. In fact, there's only 1 woman in the entire top 20.



Chart info from Mediabase/Country Aircheck.

Dec 27, 2016

Kendell Marvel Performs "Startin' With Me"

Here's a name you'll hear a lot more of in 2017. Kendell Marvel is a singer-songwriter who's written or co-written a lot of songs you've probably heard (Strait's "Twang," Jamey Johnson's "That Lonesome Song," Gary Allan's "Right Where I Need to Be"), including the one below - one of Jake Owen's best cuts. He's got an album coming in 2017, and his sound is right there in the sweet spot for fans of Stapleton, Ronnie Dunn, Cody Jinks, and Jamey Johnson.


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