CML Chart – December 16, 2012

Florida Georgia Line holds steady at #1 for a second week with “Cruise” but there is new competition in the ruKacey Musgravesnner-up spot as Zac Brown Band’s “Goodbye In Her Eyes” moves up two to #2. Justin Moore’s “Til My Last Day” stays at #3, while Eric Church’s “Creepin'” and Kip Moore’s “Beer Money” both jump into the top five at #4 and #5, respectively.

The lone debut this week comes from newcomer Kacey Musgraves, who enters the chart at #23 with “Merry Go ‘Round”. Kacey, who is a former contestant of Nashville Star, has written songs that have been cut by Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride and she also has a song on the new hit tv show “Nashville”.

As always, the CML Chart combines radioplay, album sales, along with popularity (video countdowns, frequency in the news, etc.) and internet downloads.

Check out this week’s CML chart…

Country Music Life Chart – Decmeber 16th, 2012

25. Beer With Jesus – Thomas Rhett

24. Crying On A Suitcase – Casey James

23. Merry Go ‘Round – Kacey Musgraves

22. True Believers – Darius Rucker

21. Tip It On Back – Dierks Bentley

20. Blown Away – Carrie Underwood

19. One Of Those Nights – Tim McGraw

18. Somebody’s Heartbreak – Hunter Hayes

17. Southern Comfort Zone – Brad Paisley

16. El Cerrito Place – Kenny Chesney

15. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together – Taylor Swift

14. Did It For The Girl – Greg Bates

13. The One That Got Away – Jake Owen

12. Better Dig Two – The Band Perry

11. How Country Feels – Randy Houser

10. Tornado – Little Big Town

9. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye – Luke Bryan

8. The Only Way I Know – Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Eric Church

7. Begin Again – Taylor Swift

6. Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain) – Gary Allan

5. Beer Money – Kip Moore

4. Creepin’ – Eric Church

3. Til My Last Day – Justin Moore

2. Goodbye In Her Eyes – Zac Brown Band

1. Cruise – Florida Georgia Line

Adam Kowal

Adam is a songwriter and fan of country music.

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