Many performers, nominees and winners at the 53rd annual ACM Awards on April 15 got a coveted “ACM Sales Boost,” including Kane Brown, Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Midland, Luke Bryan and more.
According to Nielsen Music, songs that were nominated enjoyed a 431 percent surge on April 15 compared to a baseline average on April 13 and 14. Songs that were performed during the show surged 446 percent with a total unit lift of 87,667 sales.
Check out some of the “ACM Sales Boost” numbers, courtesy of Nielsen Music.
After Kane Brown and Lauren Alaina performed “What Ifs,” the tune surged 813 percent for a massive unit lift of nearly 12,800 sales.
Carrie Underwood felt an increase of 7,100 units after performing “Cry Pretty.”
Midland’s performance of “Drinkin’ Problem” boosted sales of the track by 1,320 percent, with nearly 7,000 unit sales on Sunday.
Following his performance of “Most People Are Good,” Luke Bryan moved 5,700 units on Sunday.
Thomas Rhett performed “Marry Me,” leading to an increase of more than 5,800 units on Sunday.
Chris Stapleton, who won Album of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year, saw sales of “Broken Halos” rise by 328 percent.
After winning Song of the Year, Miranda Lambert’s “Tin Man” saw a 1,941 percent spike in sales on Sunday.
Winning the award for Vocal Event of the Year, Keith Urban’s “The Fighter,” which featured Carrie Underwood, saw tack sales surge 696 percent.
Sam Hunt’s “Body Like a Back Road” won the award for Single Record of the Year, causing sales of the track to jump nearly 217 percent on Sunday.
Sales of Blake Shelton’s performed song, “I Lived It,” soared 696 percent on Sunday.
Dan + Shay’s performance of their song, “Tequila,” led to a 413 percent increase in track sale.
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Source: Country Weekly