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The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (9-17-17)

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (9-17-17)

Vance Joy takes #1, ahead of Arcade Fire. U2 makes a huge move to #6, and Beck (pictured) adds a week-best 238 spins to land at #9…

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (9-10-17)

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs (9-10-17)

Killers hold at #1, as Moon Taxi goes Top 5. Three debuts: Debuts at #9, Dan Auerbach at #19, and Beck lands a future #1 at #21…

Indie Music Store CD Sales Chart and Vinyl Sales Chart (6-8-17)

Indie Music Store CD Sales Chart and Vinyl Sales Chart (6-8-17)

Phoenix (pictured at the 2013 Triple A Radio Conference) debuts at #1, ahead of The Beatles, Roger Waters, and U2. Auerbach is #5, strong sales for alt-J, Benjamin Booker, and Halsey….

Forecast - Fleet Foxes, U2, The National, Grizzly Bear

Forecast – Fleet Foxes, U2, The National, Grizzly Bear

Another week of strong titles to choose from, including Fleet Foxes, a live version of a U2 classic, The National, Grizzly Bear, and more…

Linkage - SXSW, Paul McGuinness Scolds YouTube, Remembering Tommy LiPuma

Linkage – SXSW, Paul McGuinness Scolds YouTube, Remembering Tommy LiPuma

How good is SXSW for actual Austin artists? Plus, what U2’s former manager really thinks of YouTube, and Tommy LiPuma passes…

The Top 22 Players in Triple A and Adult Rock 2015 (#17-#13)

The Top 22 Players in Triple A and Adult Rock 2015 (#17-#13)

Our annual countdown of the people, organizations, ideas, and stories that had impact in 2015 continues with #17 through #13….

Worth Watching: U2, Destroyer, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, El Vy

Worth Watching: U2, Destroyer, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, El Vy

U2 releases a second clip for “Song for Someone,” Destroyer loves Times Square, and more from The National spinoff, El Vy…

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs: 8-9-15

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs: 8-9-15

Beck is #1 in spins, but X Ambassadors are tops in audience. Florence and the Machine (pictured) adds a week-best 79 spins to move up to #4. Kaleo and U2 have strong spin increases; no debuts in The Top 22…

Worth Watching: Woody Harrelson in U2 Clip; On an On, Peaches

Worth Watching: Woody Harrelson in U2 Clip; On an On, Peaches

U2 enlists Woody Harrelson and his daughter for a short film, Chicago’s On an On with a cute clip, and Peaches, well, you just have to see it…

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs: 6-28-15

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs: 6-28-15

Elle King grabs #1 (Top 10 at Alternative); Andrew McMahon, pictured, moves up to #6 (Top 5 at Alternative). Beck moves 12-7, and U2 debuts a new track in The Top 22…

Worth Watching: U2, Florence and the Machine, Tori Y Moi, Laura Marling

Worth Watching: U2, Florence and the Machine, Tori Y Moi, Laura Marling

U2 deliver a mini-movie about the Troubles in Northern Ireland, Florence and the Machine release a clip for “What Kind of Man,” and hits in the making from Tori Y Moi and Laura Marling…

Triple A: Your Library Might Be Killing You (Part 2)

Triple A: Your Library Might Be Killing You (Part 2)

In this second part of our post examining Triple A music libraries, we cite more common mistakes Triple A stations make that end up hurting their ratings performance…

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs: 1-18-15

The Top 22 Triple A Radio Songs: 1-18-15

George Ezra still in command at #1, Modest Mouse if Top 5, U2 is up, Shakey Graves cracks The Top 10. Brandi Carlile (pictured) soars with a 96-spin increase to debut in The Top 22…

The Top 22 AAA Radio Songs: 12-21-14

The Top 22 AAA Radio Songs: 12-21-14

George Ezra is #1 again, Hozier is up to #2; New Basement Tapes up to #7. U2 adds a week-best 65 spins to move to #11 and Bahamas wedges into The Top 22…

The Top 22 AAA Radio Songs: 12-14-14

The Top 22 AAA Radio Songs: 12-14-14

Trades may not be reporting adds, but there’s plenty of chart movement. George Ezra still #1, Decemberists up to #2, New Basement Tapes are Top 10, and U2’s “Wave” debuts at #15…

U2 Minus 1 Gives YouTube and Chromecast an Opportunity to Squander

U2 Minus 1 Gives YouTube and Chromecast an Opportunity to Squander

U2 was fronted by Bruce Springsteen and Chris Martin Monday Night in an AIDS awareness concert. Kanye too. Meanwhile, YouTube and Chromecast again fumbled an opportunity to show us the future…

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