Thursday, November 17, 2011

The Band Perry and Thompson Square Had a Huge Increase in Record Sales After the CMAs!

Several artists enjoyed a nice bump in sales after the CMAs. THE BAND PERRY'S self-titled debut album saw an increase of 112%. They'd won the awards for New Artist of the Year, plus Song of the Year and Single of the Year for "If I Die Young". THOMPSON SQUARE enjoyed a 96% surge in sales of their self-titled debut CD, and sales of ERIC CHURCH'S album "Chief" were up 61%. They'd both lost out to the Band Perry for Best New Artist. JASON ALDEAN'S smash album "My Kinda Party" jumped 53% after he picked up the award for Album of the Year. And BLAKE SHELTON'S "Red River Blue" was right behind that with a 52% increase after winning Male Vocalist of the Year.

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