presents The Top Pop Songs
Of All Time !
We have ranked the top pop songs that have charted over the past
50+ years on The ARC Weekly Top 40 and Billboard Hot 100, and
come up with
a definitive list that will continue to expand as we add to it,
and continue to modify as new songs chart on The ARC Weekly Top
Chris Daughtry was born
December 26, 1979 and hails from North Carolina.
In 2005, Daughtry tried out for the CBS
competition Rock Star: INXS but failed
to make the cut and continued to perform with his
rock band 'Absent Element.' Daughtry rose to fame
with the help of the 5th season of American Idol. Although Daughtry didn't
win the tile and came in 4th, his exposure on the
show led him to a recording contract, the ability
to form his own band, a #1 debut LP and single,
and the bragging rights of gaining more success
than those who did better on American Idol.
March: Daughtry made it into the
Top 12 finalists of the 5th season of American Idol.
March: Daughtry turned down an
offer from Fuel to be their new lead
singer. He later got his own record deal.
December 31: Daughtry topped the Billboard Year-End
Charts as the Top Pop Artist - Duo/Group
(singles & albums), Top New Pop Artist, Top
Billboard 200 Album Artist, Top Billboard 200
Album Artist - Duo/Group, Top Hot 100 Singles -
Duo/Group, Top Rock Album Artist, Top Hot Adult
Top 40 Artist, and with the Top Billboard 200
Album and Top Rock Album (Daughtry).
December 31: Daughtry had the #5
selling LP of 2007 with Daughtry selling over 2.4 million
copies in the US.
August 1: Daughtry topped the
Billboard 200 LP chart for 1 week, Top Rock
Albums chart for 3 weeks, and Top Digital Albums
chart for 1 week with Leave
This Town. The LP sold over 269,000 copies
its first week of release in the US.
Released: November 21, 2011 US: Gold Billboard Top
peak: # 8 Tracks: "Renegade"
- "Crawling Back To You" -
"Outta My Head" - "Start Of
Something Good" - "Crazy" -
"Break The Spell" - "We're Not
Gonna Fall" - "Gone Too Soon"
- "Losing My Mind" - "Rescue
Me" - "Louder Than Ever" -
Note: Song title and position
links lead you to the song's ARC Weekly Top 40 chart run, LP links take
you to Amazon.com for that LP's info (often
including track listings and track samples), and
single cover art takes you to Amazon.com for that CD single (if
available). Songs charting prior to 1980 have
information from Billboard magazine.