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Centricity Update 2/11

Posted February 14, 2011 by in Marketing, Radio, Touring

Do you ever have one of those days that is just off. Yesterday was one of those days. I was walking around  thinking it was Weds all day. Then driving to my last meeting of the day it dawned on me “ wait, it is Thursday… I needed to write my update.”

Don’t you love that feeling, that feeling that the day is totally askew? Argh. So here I am Friday morning doing my Thursday task. So please forgive the tardiness.

On to the latest updates…
Radio Update:

Overall we are still hitting it hard at radio. We have 4 songs in the top 40 at AC Monitored, 3 on AC Indicator. 2 songs in the top 40 at CHR and 3 in the Top 30 at Inspo. Considering we are working 4 songs to AC, 2 to CHR and 3 to Inspo I am pretty happy with those numbers.

On to the rest of the radio news:

Chart Positions:

AC Mon: Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson – #19

“I Am New” Jason Gray –  #22

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian –New & Active (#31)

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cites – New & Active (#40)

AC Ind:

“I Am New” Jason Gray –  #12

Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson – #13

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cites – New & Active (#32)


“Eye of the Hurricane” Me In Motion – #30

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cities – New & Active (#38)


“I Am New” Jason Gray – #9

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian –#12

Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson – New & Active (#24)


“Eye Of The Hurricane” Me In Motion

AC                  KXOJ/Tulsa, OK

WXHL/Wilmington, DE

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cities

AC                  KNWS/ Waterloo, IA

“Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson

AC                  KGNZ/Abilene, TX

KSLT/Rapid City, SD

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian

AC                  KGNZ/ Abilene, TX

CHR                WHJT/ Jackson, MS

Jason Gray                            www.jasongraymusic.com

•  Jason’s single “I Am New” continues to hover in the top 20. Need a couple of key adds to push it over the top into the top 10.

•  “I Am New” continues to stay at #13 on the KLOVE chart.

• Jason continues to write for his new project spending two days this week with Jason Ingram, who co-wrote “More Like Falling In Love”.

•  This tweet excites a marketing guy like me: Jason Ingram & I may have written our best song together yet… It’s early to say that, but it’s feeling so good that I’ll risk it. Grateful

• Make sure you follow Jason on twitter to get his updates on the recording of his new record. www.twitter.com/jasongraymusic

•  Be praying for Jason as he heads into the studio that his vision will be clear and that God will be present in all they do.

• Jason heads out with Mark Schultz on the Renaissance Tour:

3/10           Evansville, IN

3/11           Olathe, KS

3/12           Shakopee, MN

3/18           Russell, KY

3/19           La Harpe, IL

3/20           Columbus, IN

3/24           Charlotte, NC

3/25           Warner Robins, GA

3/26           Elizabethtown, NC

3/27           Yorktown, VA

3/30           Wilmington, NC

4/1             Bemus Point, NY

4/2             Elmhurst, IL

4/3             Fremont, OH

4/6             Jackson, MO

4/7             Bentonville, AR

4/8             Lawton, OK

4/9             Ada, OK

4/10           Yukon, OK

4/11           Jackson, MO

Andrew Peterson                  www.andrew-peterson.com

• Andrew is finishing up writing the next part of the Wingfeather Saga. As he tweeted yesterday:

Just hit 80,210 words in MONSTER IN THE HOLLOWS. That is a LOT of words.

• Dancing In The Minefields continues to make an impact with listeners. Here is a post from You Tube:

My parents have been dancing in the mine fields for 50 yrs, and now they are in the shadowlands as my dad has cancer and Alzheimer’s…..the line ‘remind me when I forget my name, remind me’ is so very poignant….this song is wonderful reminder that the shadows will disappear….not only our promises to each other carry us but the promises of God to restore all things new. Beautiful song!!!

•  The video for Dancing In The Minefields is now over 368,000 views. Who would have thought? This is what we are saying about that.

•  For updates on all things Andrew Peterson, follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/andrewpeterson

•  Andrew brought the Behold The Lamb of God concert experience to the Recreate worship leaders conference yesterday. Christmas in February! Check out THIS video from the conference

•  Here are a few twitter responses to the Behold The Lamb of God concert at Recreate:

* beautiful beautiful music by @andrewpeterson wrapped around quintessential story. I’m all tears and smiles

* Now on stage- @AndrewPeterson presenting “Behold The Lamb of God” at#recreate11 Stunningly beautiful!!

The best part of #recreate11 happening right now with @AndrewPeterson and his friends. Great songwriters.

•  Andrew starts touring again late February so mark you calendars to see him:

2/24           Lexington, KY

2/25           Wilmore, KY

2/26           Seymore, IN

3/4             Green Bay, WI

3/5             Watervliet, MI

3/12           Traverse City, MI

3/25           Charlotte, NC

3/26           Pleasant Garden, NC

3/27           Salisbury, NC

3/30           Gothenburg, Sweden

3/31           Skara, Sweden

4/1             Huskvama, Sweden

4/2             Hillerstorp, Sweden

4/3             Sollentuna, Sweden

4/4             Are, Sweden

4/6             Umea, Sweden

4/7             Ornskoldvik, Sweden

4/8             Harnosand, Sweden

4/9             Gavle, Sweden

4/10           Uppsala, Sweden

4/10           Orebro, Sweden

4/16           Baraboo, WI

5/4             Knoxville, TN

5/15           Hudsonville, MI

Me In Motion                        www.meinmotion.com
•  “Eye of the Hurricane” is #30 on the CHR chart.
•  Seth gives the story behind the song on You Tube. Check it out HERE
•  Seth is a busy guy right now producing on a few projects coming down the road – Peter Furler’s solo project, KJ-52, Manafest, Anthem Lights, and more
Sixteen Cities                         www.sixteencities.com
•  “Sing Along” climbed to #3 on WAY FM. Nice!
•  Sixteen Cities did a video giving the story behind the song of Pray You Through. Watch it HERE
Sixteen Cities has been added to the Bloom Music Conference. Here is a link to more info.
•  Make sure you continue to check out prayyouthrough.com to read the new stories being posted. Here is a small sample:

I had never heard this song until I saw your concert the other night and it was everything to hold back the tears. Something unspeakable happened to me not long ago and I was just crushed, unable to cope with it. I finally opened up to a good friend of mine and they had no words. I told them that they just needed to be there for me and pray. The only way I am able to get up and get through each day is knowing that I am being prayed for…

Read rest of the story HERE

•  Sixteen Cities out on tour:

2/11-13      Dallas, PA

2/18            Gatlinburg, TN

Downhere                              www.downhere.com
•  Have you checked out the bands videos as they start recording their new project? No? Well, I will give you one more chance.  Check them out on the bands You Tube channel.
•  Follow the band’s updates from the studio on Twitter – www.twitter.com/downhere
•  The band is heading out on the Out and Aboot Tour with Rush of Fools. Check out the dates:

3/09         Pell City, AL

3/11         Thomasville, GA

3/18         Bellville, GA

4/01         Lynchburgh, VA

4/07         Henning, TN

4/08         Knoxville, TN

4/09         Charlotte, NC

4/15         Wilmington, OH

4/16         Palos park, Il

4/29         Grennville, IL

5/01         Louisville, KY

5/06         Hardyston, NJ

5/07         Quakerstown, PA

Music listened to while writing this –Sara Bareilles “Kaleidoscope Heart” twice. Really great pop songs and I love the mixes.

About The Author: Centricity

Centricity Music is an independent recording and publishing company based in Bellevue, Washington and Nashville, Tennessee. The company’s mission is to enable our artists to create life-changing experiences for the world. Centricity Music’s artist roster includes Downhere, Aaron Shust, Jason Gray, Andrew Peterson, High Valley, Me In Motion, Sixteen Cities, and Jaime Jamgochian.

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