Top 100 Artists of Country Music

Alicia Keys

Credit: > the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on September 13, 2009 in New York City.

Alicia Keys

100. Alicia Keys

You guys love lists, and we love to start our holiday weekend early, so thanks VH1 for putting together this 100 Greatest Artists Of All Time countdown. (Spoiler Alert: No Wavves…) You should compare it to VH1′s 100 Greatest Artists Of Rock & Roll from 1998 (back when VH1 was VH-1) to see some of the overlaps/differences. For starters: The Top 5 “Rock” vs “Of All Time” is the same group, except for Jimi Hendrix who’s been pushed to No. 6. It’ll also give you an idea of how VH1 defines rock & roll. And how much it sucks to be the Eagles. Trivia: Which artist has drunkenly crashed his car the most times? Highest ranked artist to be pelted with plastic bottles? Did Biggie beat Tupac? Which version of Journey made it? But it’s not all about long-suffering has-beens: I, for one, am happy for Def Leppard.

100 Alicia Keys
99 Hall & Oates
98 Depeche Mode
97 Pretenders
96 Journey
95 OutKast
94 Mariah Carey
93 Pearl Jam
92 LL Cool J
91 Green Day
90 Elvis Costello
89 Beastie Boys
88 Bee Gees
87 George Michael
86 N.W.A.
85 The Band
84 Curtis Mayfield
83 Earth, Wind and Fire
82 Steely Dan
80 Mary J. Blige
79 Eminem
78 Judas Priest
77 Lynyrd Skynyrd
76 Run-D.M.C.
75 Rush
74 The Cure
73 Van Morrison
72 Janis Joplin
71 R.E.M.
70 Def Leppard
69 Tupac Shakur
68 Otis Redding
67 Coldplay
66 Justin Timberlake
65 The Doors
64 Talking Heads
63 Notorious B.I.G.
62 Genesis
61 Cream
60 Whitney Houston
59 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
58 Cheap Trick
57 Iggy & The Stooges
55 Peter Gabriel
54 Public Enemy
53 Little Richard
52 Beyoncé
51 Billy Joel
50 Sade
49 Parliament-Funkadelic
48 Rage Against The Machine
47 Jay-Z
46 Ramones
45 Al Green
44 Joni Mitchell
43 Ray Charles
42 Metallica
41 Van Halen
40 The Police
39 The Kinks
38 Sly & The Family Stone
37 Fleetwood Mac
36 Paul McCartney
35 Johnny Cash
34 Tina Turner
33 Guns N’ Roses
32 Black Sabbath
31 John Lennon
30 Aerosmith
29 Radiohead
28 Elton John
27 Aretha Franklin
26 Neil Young
25 Chuck Berry
24 The Velvet Underground
23 AC/DC
22 The Clash
21 Bruce Springsteen
20 Marvin Gaye
19 U2
18 Pink Floyd
17 Queen
16 Madonna
15 The Beach Boys
14 Nirvana
13 The Who
12 David Bowie
11 Bob Marley
10 Stevie Wonder
09 James Brown
08 Elvis Presley
07 Prince
06 Jimi Hendrix
05 Bob Dylan
04 Rolling Stones
03 Led Zeppelin
02 Michael Jackson
01 The Beatles

Stereogum will be at ATP NY this weekend and will be sure to congratulate No. 57 if we see them at the Sportsman Bar. (We’ll livetweet via @stereogum if AT&T cooperates.)

New Haven Country's 20 Classic Gospel: Songs of Century
Music (New Haven)
  • 2004 New Haven Audio CD set of 2 discs in like new condition in original artwork jewelcase in excellant condition. A great compelation of wonderful Gospel songs.

Music suggestions needed

2011-01-11 21:22:10 by Timmahh

I have a hard drive with 74,000 files on it. Soundtracks, pop, rock, country, classical, hard rock, disco, heavy metal, thrash, folk, R&B, etc. You name it I may have it. I have Billboard top 100 from 1950-2002 as well.
My point is...I'm bored, and need more music. I have 7000 songs on my ipod, work from home and listen all day.
I need more suggestions for good music. No Keisha bullshit, or crap artists like her. I'm open to GOOD music...not trendy crap that relies on stupid phrases and ends up one hit wonders. Thinking music. Music where the raps are hitting to the core

Happy Birthday to Kris Kristofferson -

2012-06-22 14:56:31 by CropCircles

June 22, 1936 - Singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson is born in Brownsville, Texas, the son of a minister. He attends Oxford University on a Rhodes Scholarship and receives a PhD from Pomona College in Texas. He writes several top 40 songs, including the No. 1 song "Me and Bobby McGee." His biggest solo hit is "Why Me", a million-selling record that reaches No. 16 on Billboard's Hot 100 in 1973.
Kristoffer Kristian "Kris" Kristofferson is an American country music singer, songwriter and musician as well as a film actor. He is known for such hits as "For the Good Times", "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down", and "Help Me Make It Through the Night"

You might also like:

Top 100 Country Songs of the …
Top 100 Country Songs of the …
Billboard Hot 100 - Top 100 Songs Of Year …
Billboard Hot 100 - Top 100 Songs Of Year …
Top 100 songs of the 80 s (#50 - #26)‪
Top 100 songs of the 80's (#50 - #26)‪

Despite record attendance, Durham Fair was without incident  — Middletown Press
According to Debbie Huscher, marketing coordinator for the fair, the picturesque weather played a part in the success of this year's event along with several new attractions, including the Connecticut Wine Tasting Festival and two of country music's ..

Fox World Travel Plans Vacation with Country Music Stars Thompson Square ..  — SBWire
“We're really excited about this year's event and to host some of country music's top artists for our 10th Great Escape anniversary.

Sixpack mobile applications Music top 100's hits
Mobile Application (Sixpack mobile applications)
  • Listen to a preview of all available songs
  • Save songs as favorites for easy reference
  • See artist bios and pictures
  • Switch between the top 100 hits of many countries worldwide
K-Tel Country's Greatest Hits
Digital Music Album (K-Tel)
Billboard Books The Billboard Book of Top 40 Country Hits
Book (Billboard Books)

Related posts: