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The Top 50 WTTS Songs of 2011

The Top 50 WTTS Songs of 2011

8 Comments 31 December 2011

As we look back at 2011, take a moment to look through the top songs played on WTTS in the last year. Songs that appeared on the 2010 list were not included on the this list, so even though some of the songs weren’t released in 2011, this was their first inclusion on a WTTS Top 50 list.

50. Kings of Leon – “Pyro”
49. Fleet Foxes – “Helplessness Blues”
48. Incubus – “Promises, Promises”
47. Fitz & the Tantrums – “Don’t Gotta Work it Out”
46. Tired Pony – “Dead American Writers”
45. Foo Fighters – “These Days”
44. Death Cab for Cutie – “Stay Young, Go Dancing”
43. Red Hot Chili Peppers – “Did I Let You Know”
42. Adele – “Set Fire To The Rain”
41. Iron & Wine – “Tree By the River”
40. Eddie Vedder – “Longing to Belong”
39. Paul Simon – “The Afterlife”
38. David Gray – “A Moment Changes Everything”
37. Reeve Carney and Bono – “Rise Above”
36. The Decemberists – “Calamity Song”
35. Cake – “Sick of You”
34. Scars on 45 – “Give Me Something”
33. Cars – “Sad Song”
32. Needtobreathe – “Drive All Night”
31. Ray Lamontagne & the Pariah Dogs – “Repo Man”
30. Airborne Toxic Event – “Changing”
29. The Decemberists – “This is why we Fight”
28. Arcade Fire – “Modern Man”
27. Train – “Marry Me”
26. Warren Haynes – “Man in Motion”
25. Black Keys – “Lonely Boy”
24. Snow Patrol – “Called Out in the Dark”
23. Ryan Adams – “Lucky Now”
22. Amos Lee – “Flower”
21. Wilco – “I Might”
20. Matt Nathanson – “Faster”
19. Mat Kearney – “Hey Mama”
18. Coldplay – “Paradise”
17. The Decemberists – “Down by the Water”
16. Jack Johnson – “From the Clouds”
15. Adele – “Someone Like You”
14. Black Keys – “Howlin’ for You”
13. Ray Lamontagne & the Pariah Dogs – “For the Summer”
12. Coldplay – “Every Teardrop is a Waterfall”
11. Mumford & Sons – “Roll Away Your Stone”
10. Red Hot Chili Peppers – “The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie”
9. Adele – “Rumor Has It”
8. Death Cab for Cutie – “You are a Tourist”
7. Florence & the Machine – “Dog Days are Over”
6. Adele – “Rolling in the Deep”
5. Foster the People – “Pumped up Kicks”
4. The Head & the Heart – “Lost in my Mind”
3. Fitz & the Tantrums – “Moneygrabber”
2. Mumford & Sons – “The Cave”
1. Amos Lee – “Windows are rolled Down”

Here is a look back at the top songs of each of the past 14 years:

2011: Amos Lee “Windows Are Rolled Down”
2010: Avett Brothers “I And Love And You”
2009: Kings Of Leon “Use Somebody”
2008: Jack Johnson “If I Had Eyes”
2007: The Killers “Read My Mind”
2006: Mat Kearney “Nothing Left To Lose”
2005: Collective Soul “Better Now”
2004: Finger Eleven “One Thing”
2003: Coldplay “Clocks”
2002: Jack Johnson “Flake”
2001: Train “Drops Of Jupiter”
2000: Bob Dylan “Things Have Changed”
1999: Collective Soul “Run”
1998: Dave Matthews Band “Stay (Wasting Time)”

Paul McCartney’s Personal Favorites

Paul McCartney’s Personal Favorites

1 Comment 30 December 2011

Paul McCartney Paul McCartney has announced plans to release a new album on February 7th. The release is said to include covers of McCartney’s “personal favorite” songs, many of which inspired his own work. McCartney will be backed by Diana Krall’s band on the album. Eric Clapton and Stevie Wonder will each join him on one of the album’s original songs, “My Valentine” and “Only Our Hearts.” This will be the first album in McCartney’s career in which he does not play an instrument.

Enjoy this video clip of some early home videos of the Fab Four:

Photos from the Emerging Artist Show with Katie Herzig

Photos from the Emerging Artist Show with Katie Herzig

1 Comment 29 December 2011

The WTTS Emerging Artist Show supported by Sam Adams with Katie Herzig took place on December 20th at Creation Cafe. Katie is a Grammy-nominated songwriter that has released five albums and opened for The Fray on a previous tour. She currently calls Nashville home and is part of the Tennessee musical collective, Ten out of Tenn. View photos from the event below! Register in the VIP Room to hear about future WTTS Emerging Artist Shows for 92.3 VIPs!

 

Party Cloudy with a Chance of Wilco

Party Cloudy with a Chance of Wilco

Comments Off 28 December 2011

Wilco recently stopped by WGN in Chicago and Jeff Tweedy displayed his impressive meteorological skills. Watch the video here.

Personally, we think Jeff and the band should stick to what they do best. What do you think of his forecast?


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