OOTT rises three spots this week to its previous peak of number 14 on the Hot Country Singles chart in Australia.
Anything is on the table at this point. Capitol pushed Dierks' "Gold" for over 8 months. They are aware of the longer chart runs for their veteran artists. They also don't have a lot of representation on the chart right now. After Luke peaks in a week or two the only other Capitol Nashville song on the chart will be Jon Pardi's, which makes me think they'll hold onto Carrie's as well.In my head they are aiming for a Top 30 at this point. Once it hits, it'll be done. Specially with Christmas coming
Considering there is likely no song to follow this one anytime soon, why wouldn't they stick with it and get it as high as possible? Having a song on radio and on streaming playlists keeps Carrie's name out there somewhat, with very little promo on Carrie's part.In my head they are aiming for a Top 30 at this point. Once it hits, it'll be done. Specially with Christmas coming
Yeah, Carly lost spins today, Gabby gained an abysmal amount of audience…so none of the women are getting any of those spins, especially bad since they have no women in the top 20OOTT remains at #33 (+10/-.046)
33 CARRIE UNDERWOOD Out Of That Truck 1618 1563 55 5.314
McGraw lost 928 spins yesterday ( 4.175 AIs) been nice if Carrie, or the other solo females, could have inherited some of those but nah they went to other men.