Although I couldn\'t find it on R&R\'s site, Ken Barnes from USA Today
wrote a blog entry on Idols\' radio charts, and he mentioned the following...
Next up: AC, the cradle of Idols, traditionally, and apparently, still. Kimberley Locke is top Idol here, with Change moving 7-7 bullet after 22 weeks (it\'s a very slow-moving chart). Carrie\'s Before He Cheats jumps 12-11 and is tied for the most-added song to the format\'s playlists. Daughtry\'s Home jumps 15-12, ties for most added and has the biggest increase in plays, up nearly 30% over the previous week. His It\'s Not Over remains at 24 (no bullet) after 17 weeks, pretty good for a record that\'s rather harsh-sounding for this smooth format. And Taylor\'s Heaven Knows makes its debut at No. 27 and is the fourth-most-added song. And that\'s not all -- in the "New and Active" section (songs moving up but not yet on the chart), Elliott\'s Wait for You is the top-listed song and Ayla Brown\'s Forward is fourth (OK, in the real world, that means it got played 60 times total at the 98 stations BDS monitors, but it\'s something).Source
So that\'s definitely encouraging