Monday, January 5, 2009

30 Most Played Folk Artists, 2008

Compiled by Richard Gillmann from FOLKDJ-L radio playlists
Based on 166787 airplays from 200 different DJs

1. Eliza Gilkyson: Beautiful World: Wildewood Spring
2. Pete Seeger: At 89: Waist Deep In The Big Muddy
3. Bob Dylan: Times They Are A-Changin: Times They Are A-Changin
4. Joel Mabus: Retold: Naked Truth
5. Tim O'Brien: Chameleon: Where's Love Come From
6. Tom Paxton: Comedians And Angels: How Beautiful Upon The Mountain
7. Emmylou Harris: All I Intended To Be: How She Could Sing The Wildwood Flower
8. Joan Baez: Day After Tomorrow: God Is God
9. Joe Crookston: Able Baker Charlie And Dog: Logical Song
10. Robin And Linda Williams: Buena Vista: When A Thread Gets Caught
11. John McCutcheon: This Fire: Hope Dies Last
12. Red Molly: Love And Other Tragedies: Summertime
13. Crooked Still: Still Crooked: Tell Her To Come Back Home
14. Chuck Brodsky: 2 Sets: He Came To Our Town
15. Greg Brown: One Night: Canned Goods
15. Utah Phillips: Good Though!: Daddy, What's A Train?
17. Carrie Newcomer: Geography Of Light: There Is A Tree
17. The Duhks: Fast Paced World: Mighty Storm
19. Pat Wictor: Sunset Waltz: Well, Well, Well
20. Darrell Scott: Modern Hymns: American Tune
20. Kathy Mattea: Coal: Green Rolling Hills
22. John Gorka: Writing In The Margins: When You Sing
23. Tim Grimm: Holding Up The World: Or Bust
24. Danny Schmidt: Little Grey Sheep: Company Of Friends
25. The Kennedys: Better Dreams: Give Me Back My Country
26. Dar Williams: Promised Land: Holly Tree
26. Jackson Browne: Solo Acoustic 1: In The Shape Of A Heart
28. Brooks Williams: Time I Spend: 61 Highway
29. Kate Campbell: Save The Day: Save The Day
30. Dave Carter And Tracy Grammer: Drum Hat Buddha: Gentle Arms Of Eden

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