Summer Songs of the 1990s

Summer Songs From the 1990s What is a Summer Song? 1. The classic songs that describe summertime, vacations, beaches and the boardwalk. 2. The songs that were played in constant rotation on the radio, boardwalks and dance clubs that summer. Included are timeless, obvious songs like Summertime by Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince LFO… Read More

1998 Top Ten Song Charts

1998’s Biggest Artists and Songs Paula Cole (1997 Best New Artist Grammy Winner, presented in 1998) Sunny Came Home – Shawn Colvin (Grammy for Record of the Year) Bob Dylan (Grammy for Album of the Year) New Artists in the Pop Charts Included: Natalie Imbruglia, Smash Mouth, Ben Folds Five, Fastball, Eve 6, Creed, Lee… Read More

1997 Top Ten Music Charts

1997’s Biggest Artists and Songs LeAnn Rimes (1996 Best New Artist Grammy Winner, presented in 1997) Celine Dion (Grammy for Album of the Year) Change The World – Eric Clapton (Grammy for Record of the Year) New Artists in the Pop Charts Included: Spice Girls. Hanson, Will Smith, Third Eye Blind, Savage Garden, Matchbox 20,… Read More

1995 Top Ten Music Charts

1995’s Biggest Artists and Songs Sheryl Crow (1994 Best New Artist Grammy Winner, presented in 1995) All I Wanna Do – Sheryl Crow (Grammy for Record of the Year) Tony Bennett (Grammy for Album of the Year) New Artists in the Pop Charts Included: Montell Jordan, Des’ree, Faith Evans, Silverchair, Dave Matthews Band, Blues Traveler,… Read More

1991 Top Ten Music Charts

1991’s Biggest Artists and Songs Mariah Carey (1990 Best New Artist Grammy Winner, presented in 1991) Quincy Jones & Various Artists (Grammy for Album of the Year) Another Day In Paradise – Phil Collins (Grammy for Record of the Year) New Artists in the Pop Charts Included: Brand New Heavies, Jasmine Guy, Too $hort, Shabba… Read More

1999 Top Ten Music Charts

1999’s Biggest Artists and Songs Lauryn Hill (1998 Best New Artist Grammy Winner & Grammy for Album of the Year, presented in 1999) My Heart Will Go On – Celine Dion (Grammy for Record of the Year) New Artists in the Pop Charts Included: Jennifer Lopez, Christina, Aguilera, Enrique Iglesias, Marc Anthony, Lou Bega, Britney… Read More

1992 Top Ten Music Charts

1992’s Biggest Artists and Songs Marc Cohn (1991 Best New Artist Grammy Winner, awarded in 1992) Natalie Cole (Grammy for Album of the Year) Unforgettable – Nat and Natalie Cole (Grammy for Record of the Year) New Artists in the Pop Charts Included: Nirvana, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jon Secada, Kris Kross, Sophie B Hawkins, TLC,… Read More

1993 Top Ten Music Charts

1993’s Biggest Artists and Songs Arrested Development (1992 Best New Artist Grammy Winner, presented in 1993) Eric Clapton (Grammy for Album of the Year) Tears In Heaven – Eric Clapton (Grammy for Record of the Year) New Artists in the Pop Charts Included: Ace of Base, Soul Asylum, Gin Blossoms, 2Pac, Inner Circle, Radiohead, RuPaul,… Read More

1994 Top Ten Music Charts

1994’s Biggest Artists and Songs Toni Braxton (1993 Best New Artist Grammy Winner, presented in 1994) Whitney Houston (Grammy for Album of the Year) I Will Always Love You – Whitney Houston (Grammy for Record of the Year) New Artists in the Pop Charts Included: Lisa Loeb, Real McCoy, Coolio, Aaliyah, Counting Crows, Brandy, Snoop… Read More

1996 Top Ten Music Charts

1996’s Biggest Artists and Songs Hootie and the Blowfish (1995 Best New Artist Grammy Winner, presented on 1996)Alanis Morissette (Grammy for Album of the Year)Kiss From A Rose – Seal (Grammy for Record of the Year) New Artists in the Pop Charts Included: Donna Lewis, Ginuwine, Los Del Rio, Everclear, Busta Rhymes, 112, Dru Hill,… Read More