- The Manhattans- Kiss & Say Goodbye (1976)
- Miranda Lambert- White Liar (2009)
- Boys II Men- I’ll Make Love To You (1994)
- Black Sabbath- Paranoid (1970)
- Three 6 Mafia- Stay Fly (2005)
- Tye Tribbett- Victory (2006)
- Reba McEntire- Fancy (1991)
- Nickelback- How You Remind Me (2001)
- Tim McGraw- Something Like That (1999)
- TreySongz- Gotta Go (2005)
Anyone who knows me knows that my favorite singer/performer of all-time is Lionel Richie. His music is timeless and incomparable. As a performer Richie doesn’t need dancers and all of the lights. All he needs is that voice and a piano.
As a young man, the world was introduced to Lionel Richie when he was the lead singer of the Commodores and in the early 80’s he decided to go solo and create many more hits.
Lionel’s music is so well liked, he decided to “countrify” his hits and made some of them better on the Tuskegee album. On the album, Richie teamed up with a few of country’s best artists and remade 13 of his and the Commodores’ hits.
Typically, I do a top 10 countdown and leave it at that, but because there are so many hits I have decided to do a top 10 for both The Commodores and Lionel Richie.
A few that didn’t make either list:
Just For You
I Call It Love
To continue to the Commodores Top 10 countdown please continue to the next page.
Country music took another positive step further in 2014. It’s arguable that this genre is the best and most competitive. There were so many quality songs, so it is understandable if some of these songs are out of order.
Some of the songs that did not make the top 25 list:
Rascal Flatts- Rewind
Frankie Ballard- Sunshine & Whiskey
Florida Georgia Line- Dirt
Keith Urban- Somewhere in My Car
Blake Shelton- Neon Light
Darius Rucker- Homegrown Honey
Dustin Lynch- Where It’s At
David Nail- Kiss You Tonight
Kip Moore- Dirt Road
Kacey Musgraves- Follow Your Arrow
Hunter Hayes- Invisible
The Band Perry- Chainsaw
To continue to the top 25, please go to the next page.