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Six Strings And A Sailboat - Jamie McDell - Top 40 Albums

New Zealand Artist: Jamie McDell

Jamie McDell was brought up in a musical family and started writing songs from a young age. Winner of Best Pop Album at the 2013 New Zealand Music Awards.

"If you were going to put money on Kiwi music's "next big thing", Jamie McDell is your best bet... her homemade videos have turned her into a YouTube sensation, leaving industry heavyweights predicting global success for the beach-loving girl from Mangawhai." - View, The Sunday Star Times.
For more information check out the muzic.net.nz Profile for Jamie McDell
Six Strings And A Sailboat debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 26 November 2012. It has been in the Top 40 Albums for 11 weeks with a highest position of #8. There are two albums by Jamie McDell in the Top 40 Albums.

Chart placings for Six Strings And A Sailboat:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
26 Nov 2012 Top 40 Albums 8
03 Dec 2012 Top 40 Albums 12
10 Dec 2012 Top 40 Albums 14
17 Dec 2012 Top 40 Albums 20
07 Jan 2013 Top 40 Albums 17
14 Jan 2013 Top 40 Albums 20
21 Jan 2013 Top 40 Albums 25
28 Jan 2013 Top 40 Albums 23
04 Feb 2013 Not Listed -
11 Feb 2013 Not Listed -
18 Feb 2013 Not Listed -
25 Feb 2013 Top 40 Albums 31
04 Mar 2013 Not Listed -
11 Mar 2013 Top 40 Albums 39
15 Mar 2013 Not Listed -
22 Mar 2013 Not Listed -
29 Mar 2013 Top 40 Albums 37

Chart placings by Jamie McDell:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Ask Me Anything Top 40 Albums 06 Apr 2015 8 7
Dumb Top 40 Singles 18 Aug 2014 1 37
Life In Sunshine Top 40 Singles 22 Oct 2012 8 27
Rewind Top 40 Singles 23 Jul 2012 2 30
Six Strings And A Sailboat Top 40 Albums 26 Nov 2012 11 8
You'll Never Take That Away Top 40 Singles 02 Apr 2012 10 11
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