Sales Of This Song Went Up 13,000% After The ACM Awards

ACM Awards

There were a lot of performances at the ACM Awards last week. And many of them sparked some interest because sales went up. By A LOT for some songs.

Billboard reports that Blake Shelton’s “God’s Country” saw an increase of 174%, Thomas Rhett’s “Look What God Gave Her” jumped up 220%, and Little Big Town’s “The Daughters” spiked 377%.

But Dan + Shay and Carrie Underwood were the biggest gainers. “Keeping Score” had 5,000 downloads which was an increase of 5,163%.

And Carrie Underwood’s fun performance of “Southbound” sent people running to their phones to hit that download button. 3,000 people did which ended up being a 13,878% bump.

Looks like winning an award at the ACMs is great, but performing just might be even better…at least for the wallet.