Casey James’ “Let’s Don’t Call it a Night” a Favorite of Radio Listeners

For the second week in a row, Casey James is showing just how popular he is with country radio listeners.  In this week’s Billboard Country Update, his debut “Let’s Don’t Call it a Night” ran up some strong numbers in the radio feedback poll.  According to Billboard,

After last week’s strong debut, Casey James continues scoring points with radio’s heaviest listeners with “Let’s Don’t Call It a Night” ranking as the No. 16 song overall and the No. 13 favorite. Adults 25-54 are at No. 15 and
No. 9 favorite. The “American Idol” contestant nets No. 13 and No. 7 favorite scores from females 12-plus. Core females are strong at No. 11 and No. 5 favorite; adult females 25-54 are at No. 9 and No. 2 favorite.

Hopefully, the more radio realizes how much its listeners will love Casey, the faster they’ll add “Let’s Don’t Call it a Night” to their playlist.

To have your voice heard, check your local radio stations for music surveys.  Here is a list of the ones out now:

Rate the Music is an online site that has weekly music surveys for radio stations in every genre. Register for the site as a country music fan and you can rate the music currently played on country radio including LDCIAN.  Click here to join and rate.

Nashville Country Club has a new Country Music Radio Poll where they ask you to rate new songs and add comments.  Click here.

Radio station 99.9 Spokane has an “Is it a Hit?” radio survey on its website.  Scroll to the bottom and rate the songs they play, including LDCIAN!!  Click here.  Click here for a list of Spokane area zip codes.

Radio station 92.3 KRST Albuquerque has a KRST Music Survey you can find on their front page, under “What’s going on.”   Casey’s single is on the survey, so click here to take it.  To help, here are zip codes for Albuquerque.

Radio station 93.7 St. Louis has a 93.7 The Bull Rate the Music panel.  After you join, take the survey and Casey’s song is on it.  Click here to take the survey.  To help, here are zip codes for St. Louis.

Radio station KEEY 102 Minneapolis has their K102 Music Advisory Panel.  Click here to take the survey.  To help, here are zip codes for Minneapolis.

Radio station KEGA 101.5 and 105.1 Salt Lake City has a Music Advisory Panel.  Click hereto take the survey.  To help, here are zip codes for Salt Lake City.

Radio station WQMX 94.9 Akron has a music survey you can register for here.  To help,here are zip codes for Akron, Ohio.

Radio station 101.9 Sacramento has a Rate the Music survey.  After you sign in, there are 30 clips to listen to and LDCIAN is there!  Please click here to sign up and take the survey.  To help, here are zip codes for Sacramento.


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3 Responses to Casey James’ “Let’s Don’t Call it a Night” a Favorite of Radio Listeners

  1. Robyn says:

    Well- that is great news that the listeners seem to be liking Casey! Now I wish MORE radio stations would pay attention to that! I’m keep requesting to the station I listen to but am having a tough time getting the D.J.’s during the day to play it. The lady D.J. who is on in the evening will play it- thank goodness! I would like to see LDCIAN climb up the charts some more, just need the stations to help it along and give their listeners what they want to hear!

  2. Cyndee says:

    Just an FYI – I got some good advice from the first DJ I talked to from ‘my’ radio station (Amy James at the state fair :-). She said to get to the station **music director.** He/she is the one with the power. So local fans here started messaging him and that seemed to help. When I finally met the guy (JD Greene) he told me, “Don’t worry. We’re on board.” THAT was good news. Persistence pays off. 🙂

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