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Top 50 WTTS Songs Of 2010

2 Comments 31 December 2010

As we look back at a great year in music, enjoy some of our favorite photos from Studio 92 performances in 2010.

These were the Top 50 WTTS Songs of 2010 (based on WTTS airplay and the votes of 92-3 VIPs):

50. Dave Barnes “Little Lies”

49. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers “High In The Morning”

48. Norah Jones “It’s Gonna Be”

47. John Butler Trio “One Way Road”

46. Neon Trees “Animal”

45. Guster “Do You Love Me”

44. NeedToBreathe “The Outsiders”

43. Train “Save Me San Francisco”

42. Melissa Etheridge “Fearless Love”

41. Shawn Mullins “Light You Up”

40. Mat Kearney “All I Have”

39. David Gray “Stella The Artist”

38. Kings Of Leon “Radioactive”

37. David Gray “A Moment Changes Everything”

36. Eric Clapton “Run Back To Your Side”

35. Brandon Flowers “Crossfire”

34. Greg Laswell “Take Everything”

33. Alpha Rev “New Morning”

32. Sheryl Crow “Summer Day”

31. Goo Goo Dolls “Home”

30. John Mayer “Who Says”

29. Ingrid Michaelson “Maybe”

28. Snow Patrol “Just Say Yes”

27. Train “If It’s Love”

26. Robert Plant “Angel Dance”

25. Norah Jones “Chasing Pirates”

24. Dirty Heads “Lay Me Down”

23. Sara Bareilles “King Of Anything”

22. John Mayer “Heartbreak Warfare”

21. Foo Fighters “Wheels”

20. Dave Matthews Band “Why I Am”

19. David Gray “Fugitive”

18. Lifehouse “Halfway Gone”

17. Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes “Home”

16. Jack Johnson “You And Your Heart”

15. Black Keys “Tighten Up”

14. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers “I Should Have Known It”

13. Avett Brothers “Head Full of Doubt”

12. John Mayer “Half Of My Heart”

11. Jack Johnson “At Or With Me”

10. Michael Franti & Spearhead “The Sound Of Sunshine”

9. Train “Hey Soul Sister”

8. Broken Bells “The High Road”

7. Mumford & Sons “Little Lion Man”

6. Phoenix “1901”

5. Dave Matthews Band “You & Me”

4. One Eskimo “Kandi”

3. Ray Lamontagne “Beg Steal Or Borrow”

2. Pearl Jam “Just Breathe”

1. Avett Brothers “I & Love & You”

Your Comments

2 Comments so far

  1. bwfrandy says:

    I was able to listen to your station out of Indianapolis for a few short weeks before relocating out of state. Am so glad to be able to listen now via the internet. Your music selections certainly broadened the listening spectrum of this over 50’s listener. Keep ’em rolling. I am a huge fan of the VIP Room.

  2. Mike Andrade says:

    Don’t let them ( Radio Station Orders ) know your over 50. Us music lovers that can span the musical spectrum of new and old music could be in jeopardy of losing a great radio stations like this. The stuffed shirts don’t like the market targeting the oldsters – Maybe the Boomers are a different breed. Support the advertisers of the station.
    GOD BLESS WTTS and other AAA Radio Stations like this.