Buffett Makes Billboard’s End-Of-Decade Lists

posted December 14th, 2009 at 2:32 pm

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by Josh Martin

Billboard is out with their end-of-decade lists and Jimmy Buffett has made three of them:

On the Top Touring Artists of the Decade list, Jimmy Buffett placed 22nd with these stats:

Total Gross: $215,367,754
Total Attendance: 3,927,053
Number of Shows: 196
Number of Sell-Outs: 131

Here’s the top 10:
1. Rolling Stones – $869,471,325
2. U2 – $844,157,925
3. Madonna – $801,299,671
4. Bruce Springsteen – $688,136,476
5. Elton John – $603,804,670
6. Celine Dion – $536,593,262
7. Dave Matthews Band – $505,447,901
8. Kenny Chesney – $477,931,760
9. Bon Jovi – $419,481,741
10. Billy Joel – $418, 421,266

On the Billboard 200 Artists list, Buffett placed 163.

Here’s the top 10:
1. Eminem
2. Britney Spears
3. Toby Keith
4. Nelly
5. Linkin Park
6. Tim McGraw
7. Jay-Z
8. Kenny Chesney
9. Nickelback
10. Creed

And finally, Buffett, along with Alan Jackson, had the number three most popular country song of the decade with “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere”.

Here’s the top 10:
1. Somebody Like You – Keith Urban
2. 19 Somethin’ – Mark Wills
3. It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere – Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett
4. How Do You Like Me Now – Toby Keith
5. The Good Stuff – Kenny Chesney
6. Ain’t Nothing ‘Bout You – Brooks & Dunn
7. Live Like You Were Dying – Tim McGraw
8. That’s What I Love About Sunday – Craig Morgan
9. As Good As I Once Was – Toby Keith
10. Good Morning Beautiful – Steve Holy


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