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RankArtistSong
1Ronson, Mark Feat. Bruno MarsUptown Funk
2JourneyDon’t Stop Believin’
3Walk The MoonShut Up And Dance
4CupidCupid Shuffle
5Houston, WhitneyI Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
6Diamond, NeilSweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good)
7Swift, TaylorShake It Off
8V.I.C.Wobble
9Black Eyed PeasI Gotta Feeling
10Sheeran, EdThinking Out Loud
11Williams, PharrellHappy
12AC/DCYou Shook Me All Night Long
13Usher Feat. Ludacris & Lil’ JonYeah
14DJ CasperCha Cha Slide
15Mars, BrunoMarry You
16Bon JoviLivin’ On A Prayer
17Maroon 5Sugar
18Isley BrothersShout
19Morrison, VanBrown Eyed Girl
20B-52’sLove Shack
21OutkastHey Ya!
22Brooks, GarthFriends In Low Places
23Legend, JohnAll Of Me
24DJ Snake Feat. Lil JonTurn Down For What
25Sir Mix-A-LotBaby Got Back
26Timberlake, JustinCan’t Stop The Feeling!
27Loggins, KennyFootloose
28BeatlesTwist And Shout
29Earth, Wind & FireSeptember
30Jackson, MichaelBillie Jean
31Def LeppardPour Some Sugar On Me
32BeyonceSingle Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
33Rihanna Feat. Calvin HarrisWe Found Love
34Spice GirlsWannabe
35TemptationsMy Girl
36Sinatra, FrankThe Way You Look Tonight
37SilentoWatch Me
38Timberlake, JustinSexyback
39Lynyrd SkynyrdSweet Home Alabama
40Jordan, MontellThis Is How We Do It
41Sister SledgeWe Are Family
42WeekndCan’t Feel My Face
43DnceCake By The Ocean
44Flo RidaMy House
45Lmfao Feat. Lauren Bennett And Goon RockParty Rock Anthem
46Backstreet BoysEverybody (Backstreet’s Back)
47Jackson, MichaelP.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
48Bryan, LukeCountry Girl (Shake It For Me)
49Kool & The GangCelebration
50Cyrus, MileyParty In The U.S.A.
51House Of PainJump Around
52Rhett, ThomasDie A Happy Man
53Jackson, MichaelDon’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough
54ABBADancing Queen
55Pitbull Feat. John RyanFireball
56NellyHot In Herre
57Gaye, Marvin & Tammi TerrellAin’t No Mountain High Enough
58Presley, ElvisCan’t Help Falling In Love
59Wild CherryPlay That Funky Music
60Clapton, EricWonderful Tonight
61Maroon 5 Feat. Christina AguileraMoves Like Jagger
62Trainor, MeghanAll About That Bass
63Vanilla IceIce Ice Baby
64FoundationsBuild Me Up Buttercup
65Seger, Bob & The Silver Bullet BandOld Time Rock & Roll
66Pitbull Feat. KeshaTimber
67Kelly, R.Ignition
68Daft Punk Feat. Pharrell WilliamsGet Lucky
69James, EttaAt Last
70Jackson, MichaelThriller
71‘N SyncBye Bye Bye
72TrainMarry Me
73Wonder, StevieSigned, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours
74Flo Rida Feat. T-PainLow
75LmfaoSexy And I Know It
76Jackson, MichaelThe Way You Make Me Feel
77Salt-N-PepaPush It
78OmiCheerleader
79PinkRaise Your Glass
80Thicke, Robin Feat. Pharrell & T.I.Blurred Lines
81Brown Band, ZacChicken Fried
82CommodoresBrick House
83Pitbull Feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & NayerGive Me Everything
84Old Crow Medicine ShowWagon Wheel
85Perri, ChristinaA Thousand Years
86Lmfao Feat. Lil JonShots
87Village PeopleY.M.C.A.
88Adams, BryanSummer Of ’69
89Bee GeesStayin’ Alive
90Lady Gaga Feat. Colby O’donisJust Dance
91RednexCotton Eye Joe
92Griffiths, MarciaElectric Boogie (Electric Slide)
93Dexy’s Midnight RunnersCome On Eileen
94AerosmithI Don’t Want To Miss A Thing
95QueenBohemian Rhapsody
96Lauper, CyndiGirls Just Want To Have Fun
97Armstrong, LouisWhat A Wonderful World
98Brown, ChrisForever
99Jepsen, Carly RaeCall Me Maybe
100Beyonce Feat. Jay-ZCrazy In Love
101Don Omar Feat. LucenzoDanza Kuduro
102DrakeHotline Bling
103Springfield, RickJessie’s Girl
104Fetty WapTrap Queen
105LumineersHo Hey
106Shelton, BlakeGod Gave Me You
107Big & RichSave A Horse (Ride A Cowboy)
108Los Del RioMacarena
109Mars, BrunoTreasure
110Harris, Calvin Feat. RihannaThis Is What You Came For
111Jackson, MichaelBeat It
112Pitbull Feat. Ne-YoTime Of Our Lives
113Mars, BrunoJust The Way You Are
114Brooks & DunnBoot Scootin’ Boogie
115Medley, Bill & Jennifer Warnes(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life
116Drake Feat. Wizkid & KylaOne Dance
117QueenCrazy Little Thing Called Love
118King, Ben E.Stand By Me
119Grammer, AndyHoney, I’m Good
120Blackstreet Feat. Dr. DreNo Diggity
121BeyonceLove On Top
122LonestarAmazed
123Cruz, TaioDynamite
124Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat. WanzThrift Shop
125PrinceKiss
126Hammer, M.C.U Can’t Touch This
127Buble, MichaelEverything
128Mraz, JasonI’m Yours
129Righteous BrothersUnchained Melody
130Rihanna Feat. DrakeWork
131American AuthorsBest Day Of My Life
132Hall, Daryl & John OatesYou Make My Dreams Come True
13350 CentIn Da Club
134Guns N’ RosesSweet Child O’ Mine
135PsyGangnam Style
136Derulo, JasonWant To Want Me
137Sinatra, FrankFly Me To The Moon
138California Swag DistrictTeach Me How To Dougie
139Smith, WillGettin’ Jiggy Wit It
140Jessie J + Ariana Grande + Nicki MinajBang Bang
141Checker, ChubbyThe Twist
142Taylor, JamesHow Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
143Lamontagne, RayYou Are The Best Thing
144Trainor, MeghanDear Future Husband
145Young M.C.Bust A Move
146West, Kanye Feat. Jamie FoxxGold Digger
147Harris, CalvinFeel So Close
148Brice, LeeI Don’t Dance
149Jackson 5ABC
150Florida-Georgia Line Feat. NellyCruise
151Perry, KatyFirework
152Daft PunkOne More Time
153Azalea, Iggy Feat. Charli XCXFancy
154Bieber, JustinWhat Do You Mean?
155AdeleMake You Feel My Love
156AviciiWake Me Up!
157Black Eyed PeasLet’s Get It Started
158JourneyFaithfully
159K-Ci & JojoAll My Life
160Flo Rida Feat. David GuettaClub Can’t Handle Me
161RihannaDon’t Stop The Music
162Johnson, JackBetter Together
163Franklin, ArethaRespect
164RomanticsWhat I Like About You
165Rascal FlattsBless The Broken Road
166Trainor, Meghan Feat. John LegendLike I’m Gonna Lose You
167Green, AlLet’s Stay Together
168Sia Feat. Sean PaulCheap Thrills
169Timberlake, Justin Feat. Jay-ZSuit & Tie
170Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat. Ray DaltonCan’t Hold Us
171Beyonce Feat. Jay-ZDrunk In Love
172Mraz, JasonI Won’t Give Up
173Flo Rida Feat. SiaWild Ones
174Mcgraw, TimMy Best Friend
175KC & The Sunshine BandGet Down Tonight
176A-HaTake On Me
177Flo RidaGood Feeling
178Usher Feat. Will.I.AmOmg
179Goulding, EllieLove Me Like You Do
180Major Lazer Feat. Mo & DJ SnakeLean On
181Paisley, BradShe’s Everything
182Lopez, Jennifer Feat. PitbullOn The Floor
183UsherDJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love
184Bieber, Justin Feat. J. BalvinSorry
185Backstreet BoysI Want It That Way
186Mraz, Jason & Colbie CaillatLucky
187Minaj, NickiStarships
188Icona Pop Feat. Charli XCXI Love It
189Mumford & SonsI Will Wait
190One DirectionWhat Makes You Beautiful
191Sledge, PercyWhen A Man Loves A Woman
192Lady GagaPoker Face
193MadonnaLike A Prayer
194Guetta, David Feat. SiaTitanium
195Pitbull Feat. TjrDon’t Stop The Party
196Gaye, MarvinLet’s Get It On
197Cheap TrickI Want You To Want Me
198Buble, MichaelSave The Last Dance For Me
199Travolta, John & Olivia Newton-JohnGrease Megamix
200Minaj, NickiSuper Bass
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Avicii

Swedish DJ, musician, and songwriter (1989–2018)

For the concept in Buddhist mythology, see Avīci.

"Tim Bergling" redirects here. For the author, see Tim Bergling (writer).

Tim Bergling (Swedish: [ˈtɪmː ˈbæ̂rjlɪŋ] (About this soundlisten); 8 September 1989 – 20 April 2018), known professionally as Avicii (ə-VEE-chee, Swedish: [aˈvɪ̌tːɕɪ]), was a Swedish DJ, remixer, record producer, musician, and songwriter.

At the age of 16, Bergling began posting his remixes on electronic music forums, which led to his first record deal.[2] He rose to prominence in 2011 with his single "Levels". His debut studio album, True (2013), blended electronic music with elements of multiple genres and received generally positive reviews. It peaked in the top ten in more than fifteen countries and topped international charts;[3][4][5][6] the lead single, "Wake Me Up", topped most music markets in Europe and reached number four in the United States.

In 2015, Bergling released his second studio album, Stories, and in 2017 he released an EP, Avīci (01).[7] His catalog also included the singles "I Could Be the One" with Nicky Romero, "You Make Me", "X You", "Hey Brother", "Addicted to You", "The Days", "The Nights", "Waiting for Love", "Without You" and "Lonely Together". Bergling was nominated for a Grammy Award for his work on "Sunshine" with David Guetta in 2012[8] and "Levels" in 2013. Several music publications credit Bergling as among the DJs who ushered electronic music into Top 40 radio in the early 2010s.[9][10]

Bergling retired from touring in 2016, having suffered from stress and poor mental health problems for several years.[11] On 20 April 2018, he committed suicide while on holiday in Muscat, Oman. In 2019 his third and final album, Tim, was released posthumously.[12]

Life and career[edit]

1989–2010: Early life and career[edit]

Tim Bergling was born in Stockholm on 8 September 1989, the son of Klas Bergling and actress Anki Lidén.[13] He started mixing in his bedroom at the age of eight.[14] He had three siblings: David Bergling, Linda Sterner, and actor Anton Körberg. Inspired by his brother, who was also a DJ, he began making music at the age of 16.[15] In May 2007, Bergling signed on with the Dejfitts Plays label.[13] He was a member of the Laidback Luke Forums, where he refined his craft and, at times, demonstrated his distinct deep house style.[16] By 2009 to 2010, Bergling was a prolific producer and was releasing music incredibly quickly. His remixes during this period were "Sound of Now", "Muja", "Ryu" and "Even". Bergling explained that the name Avicii means "the lowest level of Buddhist hell" and he chose the moniker because his real name was already used upon creating his Myspace page.[17][18] Then, in 2010, Bergling released the hit song "Seek Bromance", which reached the top 20 in several countries, including Belgium,[19] France,[20] the Netherlands,[21] United Kingdom,[22] and Sweden.[23] He also remixed Nadia Ali's classic single "Rapture" for her album Queen of Clubs Trilogy: Onyx Edition. In October 2010, Bergling signed with the European A&R team with EMI Music Publishing.[24]

2011–2013: "Levels"[edit]

In 2011, Bergling's track "Fade into Darkness" was sampled by Leona Lewis on her single "Collide". The sampling was not accredited and led to controversy as Bergling attempted to block the single's release. The matter was resolved out of court, with "Collide" being made a joint release between Lewis and Bergling.[25] In October 2011, Bergling released "Levels", which launched him into the mainstream. "Levels" reached the top ten in Austria,[26]Belgium,[27]Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Denmark,[28]Finland,[29]Germany,[30]Greece, Ireland,[31]Italy,[32] the Netherlands,[33]Slovenia and the United Kingdom,[34] whilst topping the charts in Hungary,[35]Norway[36] and Sweden.[37]

In 2012, his collaboration track "Sunshine" with David Guetta was nominated for a Grammy award under the category for Best Dance Recording.[8] On 23 March 2012, Bergling's unsigned single "Last Dance" was previewed on Pete Tong's show on BBC Radio 1.[38] The song was later released on 27 August 2012. At Ultra Music Festival 2012 in Miami, he premiered two tracks, "Girl Gone Wild" (Avicii's UMF Remix) with Madonna[39] and "Superlove" with Lenny Kravitz.[40] Bergling's UMF Remix of "Girl Gone Wild" was released on 20 April 2012, and "Superlove" with Kravitz was released on 29 May 2012. After reaching two million followers on Facebook, Bergling released a new song titled "Two Million". It was put out as a free download on his official SoundCloud page. On 27 April 2012, Bergling released "Silhouettes". The song featured vocals from Salem Al Fakir and peaked at number 5 on the UK Dance charts[41] and number 4 on the BillboardHot Dance Club Songs.[42]

Avicii performing in September 2011

Bergling was a featured performer on 4 August 2012 at Lollapalooza festival in Chicago's Grant Park.[43] On 12 August 2012, he released "Dancing in My Head" (Avicii's 'Been Cursed' Mix) on Beatport.[44] The track features vocals from Eric Turner. A radio edit of the track, titled "Dancing in My Head" (Tom Hangs Mix) was released on 14 August 2012 on iTunes, and a remix EP was later released on 30 October 2012 featuring remixes from Charlie Bernardo and Michael Woods. On 26 September 2012, Bergling made history as the first DJ to headline the world-famous Radio City Music Hall in New York City.[45] He performed two sold-out shows on 26 and 27 September. He was supported by Matt Goldman and Cazzette at the two shows. At his Radio City Music Hall shows, he played a preview of his new track with Mike Posner titled "Stay with You".[46]

On 29 December 2012, Bergling premiered many new songs at Lights All Night, Dallas Convention Center, some of which made it on to his first album, True. These unreleased songs included "I'll Be Gone" and "Let It Go".[47] The instrumental of "Let It Go" was mixed with the a cappella of "Addicted to You" to become "Addicted to You (Avicii by Avicii)".

On the same day, Bergling released "I Could Be the One" with Nicky Romero.[48] After first being debuted at his shows almost a year earlier, the track finally got released via Bergling's record label Levels. The new vocal version was released along with an instrumental version, a radio edit, and remixes from Audrio and Didrick. On 9 January 2013, Bergling launched the Avicii X You project, a partnership with Ericsson[49] designed to create the world's first "crowdsourced" hit song. The project enabled fans to send in basslines, effects, melodies, rhythms and vocals to Bergling as sound files over the Internet.[50] The song features sequences from Kian Sang (melody), Naxsy (bassline), Martin Kupilas (beat), Vanya Khaksi (break), Jonathan Madray, Mateusz Kolata, and Christian Westphalen (effects). Bergling acted as executive producer and created the finished song officially titled X You, which was released on 26 February 2013. On 30 January 2013, Bergling released "Three Million" featuring Negin to celebrate three million fans on his Facebook page.[51]

Bergling was nominated for a Grammy for Best Dance Recording with "Levels" at the 2013 Grammy Awards.[52] He was nominated alongside Calvin Harris and Ne-Yo, Skrillex, Swedish House Mafia and John Martin, and Al Walser. The award show took place on 10 February 2013. From late February to early March 2013, Bergling toured Australia as one of the headline acts in the Future Music Festival alongside The Prodigy and The Stone Roses.[53] In late February 2013, Bergling made his first South American tour, with concerts in Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil and Chile.[54]

2013–2014: True[edit]

Main article: True (Avicii album)

Avicii's logo for his album True

In March 2013, Bergling announced and premiered new tracks from his forthcoming new album True—which was released in September that year—during his Main Stage set at Ultra Music Festival in Miami. The new tracks were experimental in nature. For example, Bergling brought out a stomping band to play through the new bluegrass-tinged song "Wake Me Up".[55] Many of these new songs received mixed critical reviews after the concert.[56]

On 11 April 2013, Bergling released his new album promo mix on SoundCloud. It contained some songs from True and some of his non-album singles.[57] It also contained some of his IDs such as "Black and Blue" and "Enough is Enough (Don't Give Up On Us)".

The EBU and SVT announced on 15 April that Bergling, along with ex-ABBA members Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, had composed the anthem for the Eurovision Song Contest 2013. The song was performed for the first time in the Final on 18 May.[58]

On 14 June 2013, the world premiere of Bergling's new single, "Wake Me Up", was previewed by Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1, featuring vocals from Aloe Blacc.[59] The song was later released on iTunes and radio on 25 June 2013. It is the first single from Bergling's album True, which was released on 16 September 2013. "Wake Me Up" was number 1 on the Spotify Global Chart and Bergling was at 2 in most streamed artist worldwide.[60] "Wake Me Up" later went on to set a then record of 14 weeks as the number one hit on Billboard's Dance/Electronic Songs list.[61] The Official Charts Company announced on 21 July that "Wake Me Up" had become the UK's fastest selling single of 2013 after overtaking Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines", having sold 267,000 copies in its first week on sale in the UK.[62] "Wake Me Up" subsequently became a major hit, topping the charts in over 20 countries including Australia,[63] Germany,[64] Ireland,[65] Italy, Sweden,[66] the Netherlands,[67] and New Zealand.[68]

On 19 October 2013, the DJ Mag 2013 Top 100 DJs List was announced, with Bergling ranking number 3 on the list. Hardwell became the new World No.1 displacing Armin Van Buuren.[69] On 28 October 2013, Bergling released the single "Hey Brother" with vocals by Dan Tyminski. On 10 November, Bergling won his first award "Best Electronic" at the MTV EMA's.[70] On 24 November 2013 he won the American Music Award for favorite Electronic Dance Music Artist.[71]

In December 2013, Bergling released his fourth single off the album, "Addicted to You", which reached number 5 in Australia,[72] with vocals from Audra Mae, who also sings on "Shame on Me" and "Long Road to Hell", both tracks on the album.[73] Bergling also released the single "Lay Me Down", featuring vocals from Adam Lambert and guitar from Nile Rodgers.[74] On 29 December 2013, Bergling debuted his new track "Dreaming of Me", featuring vocals from Audra Mae, via episode 19 of his LE7ELS podcast.[75] It is unknown whether it will be released in the future.

On 8 March 2014, Bergling's Instagram account confirmed a collaboration with Madonna, and he is credited for co-writing and co-producing some of the tracks on her Rebel Heart album, released in 2015.[76][77] On 21 March 2014, Bergling released a remixed edition of his album True titled True: Avicii By Avicii containing remixes by himself of all the tracks, excluding "Heart Upon My Sleeve" for unknown reasons. The promotion of this album was supposed to begin at the 2014 Ultra Music Festival, but Bergling announced he had been hospitalised on 28 March, and was unable to play his closing set at the festival.[78] On 28 March 2014, FIFA and Sony Music Entertainment announced that Bergling would be collaborating with Carlos Santana, Wyclef Jean and Alexandre Pires for the official FIFA World Cup Anthem titled "Dar um Jeito (We Will Find a Way)". The anthem was performed at the FIFA World Cup closing ceremony on 13 July 2014.[79]

In July 2014, Bergling released his single "Lay Me Down".[80] He also produced and collaborated with Chris Martin from Coldplay, co-writing and co-producing the track "A Sky Full of Stars" from the band's sixth studio album Ghost Stories, released on 19 May 2014. He also played and recorded the piano parts on the track. "A Sky Full of Stars" was released on 3 May as the second single from Ghost Stories.[81] "Lovers on the Sun", a track Bergling co-produced with David Guetta, was released on 30 June 2014.[82]

2014–2015: Stories[edit]

Main article: Stories (Avicii album)

Avicii's logo for his album Stories

In July 2014, Bergling told Rolling Stone that he had worked on 70 songs for his next album Stories, which would include collaborations with Jon Bon Jovi, Serj Tankian of System of a Down, Chris Martin, Wyclef Jean and Matisyahu.[83] Describing the album, Bergling said that "it's going to be a lot more song-oriented".[84]

During his tour for True, he also performed his upcoming single "No Pleasing a Woman" with vocals from Billie Joe Armstrong of the American rock band Green Day. It has a similar instrumental to "Wake Me Up" albeit different chord progressions, along with "No Pleasing a Woman". Bergling also performed other upcoming songs like "In Love with Your Ghost" with Daniel "Danne" Adams-Ray, "Love to Fall" with Tom Odell and "Million Miles" with LP, which is the demo version of "Trouble", a song from Stories with vocals from Wayne Hector.[85]

"Lose Myself", a collaboration between Bergling and Chinese singer Wang Leehom, was released on 1 September 2014. On 8 September 2014, his 25th birthday, Bergling decided to cancel all of his remaining performances of 2014 due to health concerns.[86] The following day, he announced through Denim & Supply that he would release his new single "The Days" later in 2014; a video was also featured with a preview of the track.[87] "The Days" is a collaboration between Bergling and Robbie Williams, and was released on 3 October 2014 via PRMD. On 16 September 2014, it was announced through EA Sports that Bergling was debuting a new track called "The Nights" exclusively on FIFA 15.[88] On 17 November 2014, it was officially announced that the track is to be released as a part of an EP together with "The Days".[89] On 17 November 2014, Wyclef Jean released a track titled "Divine Sorrow" featuring Avicii, which was part of Product Red's "Share the Sound of an AIDS-Free Generation" campaign.[90][91]

On 2 March 2015, Bergling performed live at Australia's Future Music Festival his upcoming single "Heaven", a collaboration with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin on vocals. The vocals were later resung by singer Simon Aldred from Cherry Ghost, who sang the track at the Avicii Tribute Concert in 2019.[92][93] However, the version with Martin on vocals was finalized in 2018/2019 after Bergling's death and was released on the posthumous third album Tim, which credits Martin for co-writing "Heaven".[94][95] On 27 March that year, during his live performance at Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Bergling premiered new tracks from Stories, and a month later he released three full sets on the internet,[96] which included "Heaven", "Waiting for Love", and some of his IDs "For a Better Day", "City Lights", "Can't Catch Me", "True Believer", "What Would I Change It To", "Can't Love You Again" (previously leaked on the internet under the name "Don't Call") and "Attack".[97][96][98]

On 25 April 2015, Bergling announced on episode 35 of his LE7ELS podcast that he would be playing some of his unreleased songs on his show. He also previewed his bootleg of Kings of Tomorrow's song "Finally" and one of his old songs that he did with ASH, titled "Papa Was a Rolling Stone".[99]

On 6 May 2015, Bergling released his rework of Nina Simone's version of "Feeling Good",[100] composed in 1964 by the English songwriters Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse. On 8 May 2015, Bergling previewed his song "I'll Be Gone" via episode 422 of Tiësto's Club Life Podcast[101] which has a very similar instrumental to Liar Liar (Avicii by Avicii) albeit different vocals and chord progressions. It was leaked into the internet between 2013 and 2014 via the name "Stars" and is yet to be released. It also shares a similar drop to one of Bergling's ID's "Black and Blue".[102] On 22 May 2015, Bergling premiered another single from Stories, "Waiting for Love". The track was co-produced by fellow DJ and producer Martin Garrix, and featured vocals from Simon Aldred of Cherry Ghost.[103] On 25 May 2015, Bergling previewed three old tracks on episode 36 of his LE7ELS podcast: "Tracks of My Tears", "Sorry Mr. Atari" and "Time to Get lll",[104] all of which are songs that Bergling had made years ago. "Tracks of My Tears" is the original version of Bergling's "All You Need is Love". On 27 May 2015, it was confirmed by a Swedish newspaper through an interview with Bergling that his second album Stories would be released in late 2015.[105]

On 3 July 2015, Bergling previewed two tracks from his album Stories on episode 37 of his LE7ELS podcast: "Broken Arrows" featuring Zac Brown Band and "Can't Catch Me" featuring Wyclef Jean and Matisyahu.[106] He also played a full version of his track "Heaven" and said that he was doing another track with Chris Martin on vocals called "True Believer". Later, Bergling said that he is also singing on that track.[107] On 18 July 2015, it was announced by Bergling that he had finally finished production on Stories after 2 years of work.[108]

A couple of weeks later, on 4 August 2015, it was announced that the final singles before the release of Stories would be "For a Better Day" featuring American singer Alex Ebert and "Pure Grinding" featuring vocals from Kristoffer Fogelmark and Earl St. Clair. On 27 August, Bergling released a teaser video on Instagram with the song "Pure Grinding" playing. The tracks "For a Better Day" and "Pure Grinding" were released the following day through Spotify and iTunes.[109] On 26 September, Bergling announced "Stories – Megamix" on Spotify.[110]Stories was released on 2 October 2015 alongside 3 promotional singles: "Broken Arrows" with Zac Brown, "Ten More Days" with Zak Abel and "Gonna Love Ya" with Sandro Cavazza.[111]

2016: Retirement from touring[edit]

Avicii's logo, which he used throughout his career

On 15 January 2016, Bergling released his remix of Morten's "Beautiful Heartbeat".[112] Coca-Cola had partnered with Bergling for a global campaign anthem "Taste the Feeling" featuring Conrad Sewell.[113] The song was released on 19 January. On 25 January, Bergling once again teamed up with Coldplay to co-produce the band's single "Hymn for the Weekend", which was released as the second single from their album A Head Full of Dreams.[114] In 2016, according to a report by Inc. magazine, Avicii Music AB was the 6th fastest-growing company in Europe, with a revenue of €7.7 million in 2014.[115][116][117]

On 19 March 2016 at Ultra Music Festival, Bergling debuted new demos featuring Sandro Cavazza such as "We Burn (Faster Than Light), "Lord", "Our Love", & "Unbreakable", as well as a collaboration with Australian pop star Sia called "All I Need"; they remain unreleased to this day.[118] On 29 March, Bergling announced via his Facebook page that he would be retiring from performing later that year, citing health concerns.[119] On 7 April 2016, Bergling announced that he was working on a third studio album.[120] On 3 June 2016, Bergling released a collaboration with Otto Knows titled "Back Where I Belong".[121]

On 15 July 2016, Bergling released a remix of his own song, "Feeling Good". The remix was titled "Feeling Good (Avicii by Avicii)".[122] This track was only released on Bergling's official YouTube channel. On 1 August, the track was pulled from YouTube with the video being made private. On 28 August 2016, Bergling performed his final show at Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel.[123]

On 22 December 2016, a representative of Avicii Music AB announced that Bergling had parted ways with long-time manager Ash Pournouri and At Night Management along with Pournouri's record label PRMD. The representative also announced that Bergling had signed on to Universal Music Sweden and was expected to release his third studio album in 2017.[124]

2017–2018: Avīci (01) and Avicii: True Stories[edit]

Main articles: Avīci (01) and Avicii: True Stories

In June 2017, British singer Rita Ora debuted a semi-acoustic version of "Lonely Together" at a private event at Annabel's in London.[125] "Lonely Together" was later released as the second single from Avīci (01). From 13 July to 2 August, Bergling shared one-minute snippets on Instagram, captioned "New music coming very very (very) soon!", with track titles as hashtags.[126][127] Bergling uploaded teasers of each track from the EP online upon release.[128][129][130]

On 10 August 2017, Bergling released the six-track EP Avīci (01).[7] Bergling said of the release: "I'm really excited to be back with music once again. It has been a long time since I released anything and a long time since I was this excited over new music! My focus on this first EP of the album was to get a mix of new and old songs: some that fans have been asking about and waiting for mixed with brand new songs that they haven't heard before!"[7]

In an interview with Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1, Bergling stated that the EP is one of three parts of his third studio album.[131] On 11 September 2017, Bergling announced a documentary directed by his close and long time collaborator Levan Tsikurishvili, titled Avicii: True Stories. The documentary chronicles the artist's retirement from touring and features interviews from his colleagues David Guetta, Tiësto, Wyclef Jean, Nile Rodgers and Chris Martin of Coldplay.[132]

On 10 February 2018, Bergling released "Ghost", a collaboration with Swedish singer-songwriter Daniel Adams-Ray, who was credited as HUMAN. The song, which was leaked on the internet in 2014/2015 under the title "(I'm Still) In Love With Your Ghost", marks the second collaboration with the two Swedes following "Somewhere In Stockholm" from Bergling's album Stories.[133]

In March 2018, Bergling posted previews of him working with collaborators such as Bonn, Carl Falk, Joe Janiak, Abin Nedler, and more. The songs previewed during these clips ended up being the tracks that were finished and released as part of the posthumous Tim album.

Following Bergling's death that April, news outlets reported that at the time of his death, he had over 200 unreleased songs, some finished and others still in development;[134] it was suggested that his unreleased material comprised some of his best work.[135][136] In August 2018, producer Carl Falk, who co-produced some of the songs on Stories in 2015 and Avīci (01) in 2017, stated that he was putting the finishing touches on the Chris Martin collaboration "Heaven" (originally written during the Stories sessions) and that it might be posthumously released in a few months along with the third album.[137][138]

Posthumous release[edit]

Main article: Tim (Avicii album)

In April 2019, it was announced that the album Tim, which Bergling was working on before his death, would be released on 6 June 2019, with the first single, "SOS", released on 10 April.[139] All proceeds from the sale of the album went towards the Tim Bergling Foundation.[12] Later that month, it was announced that an official biography of Bergling, written by Måns Mosesson, would be released in 2020, with the proceeds also going to the Tim Bergling Foundation.[140]

A second single from the album, titled "Tough Love", was released on 9 May 2019.[141] The music video for "Tough Love" was released on 14 May 2019 on YouTube.[142]

"Heaven" was the last single to be released from the album, on 6 June 2019. The track was co-written by Coldplay's lead singer Chris Martin. Martin spoke about the collaboration on his social media, stating that he co-wrote the song with Bergling back in 2014, but it was completed by Bergling in 2016. The music video used old clips of Bergling on vacation in Madagascar after his retirement from touring in 2016 and was released on 24 June 2019.[143] On 28 June, Billboard cited "Heaven" as one of the best dance songs of the first half of 2019.[144] "Fades Away" featuring MishCatt was also released in December after being performed in Stockholm at the Avicii Tribute Concert for Mental Health.[145]

On 24 January 2020, another posthumous single by Avicii was released: "Forever Yours", which is a collaboration with Kygo and Sandro Cavazza. The song was previously performed by Bergling during his final tour in 2016, starting with Ultra Music Festival. Kygo and Sandro Cavazza performed the song together live at the Avicii Tribute Concert, held in Stockholm's Friends Arena in December 2019.[146] On 15 February, Tiësto premiered three unreleased Avicii singles on the latest episode of his radio show Tiësto's Club Life: a fifth collaboration with Aloe Blacc called "I Wanna Be Free", a fifth collaboration with Sandro Cavazza called "We Burn" and a fifth collaboration with Wyclef Jean called "Now That We Found Love".[147]

On 6 April 2021, it was announced that the biography would be titled Tim – The Official Biography of Avicii and was set for release in the UK and North America on 16 November of the same year.[148][149]

On 23 September 2021, it was announced that a second documentary about Bergling would be released in 2023.[150]

Artistry[edit]

Influences[edit]

Bergling's influences included Basshunter,[151]Daft Punk, Swedish House Mafia, and Eric Prydz.[152] He described his introduction to electronic music as "listening to a lot of Daft Punk, way before I knew what house music was".[153]

Musical style[edit]

Bergling's early work was deep house and progressive house, usually based on a four-chord structure, sub-bass and a simple synth melody.[2] His debut studio album True featured a blending of music genres, including folktronica.[154] While making the album, Bergling wanted to fuse the electronic music genre with soul, funk, blues, folk and country, as he felt that EDM had become too focused on "dirty drops".[155] Its first single, "Wake Me Up", is a folk music crossover, which, as noted by The Observer writer, "tapped into the market potential of mixing EDM and country, a template many artists have since recreated".[156] A Variety editor commented that Bergling's "distinct sound" was comprised by "soaring synths and keening melodies".[154] Musicians such as Kygo, Skrillex, Diplo, Gryffin, Martin Garrix and Cheat Codes have cited him as a source of inspiration.[157]

Philanthropy[edit]

After achieving widespread commercial success, Bergling began working with his manager and executive producer Ash Pournouri to start House for Hunger in 2011,[158] a charity dedicated to alleviating global hunger. The pair wanted to showcase the giving spirit fostered by the house music community. Bergling explained, "You have to give something back. I am so fortunate to be in the position where I can actually do that. I feel lucky every day when I wake up and am able to do what I love and make a living." In addition to donating $1 million to Feeding America, a charity founded by John van Hengel, House for Hunger has helped fund the efforts of The Feed Foundation, started by Laura Bush,[159] allowing it to distribute over 2 million school meals throughout Africa.[160] He also supported campaigns against human trafficking and gang violence when he directed the videos for his tracks "For a Better Day" and "Pure Grinding".[161]

Health[edit]

In January 2012, Bergling was hospitalised for 11 days in New York City with acute pancreatitis caused by excessive alcohol use.[162] In 2014, Bergling underwent surgery and had both his appendix and gallbladder removed. In 2016, Bergling's health deteriorated, and he retired from performing live.[163][164] In the 2017 documentary Avicii: True Stories, directed by his close and longtime collaborator Levan Tsikurishvili, Bergling spoke about his physical and mental health struggles. The documentary depicts the pressure from his management to continue performing live in spite of his objections.[165]

High pressure from management and fans to continue touring and maintaining his public persona were cited as key reasons for his suicide, according to GQ. In a statement from the article, "Bergling feared upsetting fans. He was sensitive to the 'flood of hate mail' after cancelled gigs."[166]

His manager, Arash Pournouri, admitted that he knew of Bergling's anxieties but refused to label them a problem of mental health. Furthermore, his management team only became aware of his painkiller addiction in November 2014. They staged two interventions for him, neither of which were successful. Pournouri rescheduled many shows in order for Bergling to recover in Stockholm. Having discovered his client's alcohol issues earlier, Pournouri set out to forbid his promoters from offering him alcohol, clearing out his minibar and focusing on his recovery. Problems worsened, however, when there were no crew to "keep tabs" on Bergling during his recuperation.[166]

Against his client's wishes, Pournouri claimed to have cancelled two more world tours, which would have added up to approximately US$2.9 million in profits.[166]

Death[edit]

Bergling died on 20 April 2018 in Muscat, where he was on holiday, at the age of 28.[167] No cause of death was immediately given.[46][168][169] On 21 April, the Omani police stated that there was "no criminal suspicion" or evidence of foul play in Bergling's death;[167][170]TMZ later reported that he committed suicide using a glass shard to cut himself.[171][172] On 26 April, his family released an open letter stating:[11][173]

Our beloved Tim was a seeker, a fragile artistic soul searching for answers to existential questions. An over-achieving perfectionist who travelled and worked hard at a pace that led to extreme stress. When he stopped touring, he wanted to find a balance in life to be able to be happy and to do what he loved most – music. He really struggled with thoughts about Meaning, Life, Happiness. He could now not go on any longer. He wanted to find peace. Tim was not made for the business machine he found himself in; he was a sensitive guy who loved his fans but shunned the spotlight. Tim, you will forever be loved and sadly missed. The person you were and your music will keep your memory alive. We love you, The Family

On 22 May, Bergling's family announced plans for a private funeral with "the people who were closest to him".[174] A funeral service was held on 8 June at the Skogskyrkogården cemetery in Stockholm.[175] He was buried at Hedvig Eleonora Church in June 2018.[176][177]

Tributes[edit]

From fellow musicians[edit]

On 22 April 2018, American band OneRepublic paid tribute to Bergling by performing his hit single "Wake Me Up" during their show in Mumbai.[178]

On 20 May 2018, American DJ duo The Chainsmokers and American singer-songwriter Halsey paid tribute to Bergling at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards before presenting the winner of the Top Hot 100 Song.[179] The Chainsmokers' Drew Taggart said, "His passing was a great loss for the music world and for us. He was an artist who inspired so many in so many ways, and simply put, he meant so much to us and everyone in the EDM community." Halsey then delivered an emotional discussion about mental health and emphasized the need for people to love and support each other.[180]

On 21 May 2018, Tiësto played a medley of Bergling's songs at EDC Las Vegas. Aloe Blacc joined him on stage to perform "Wake Me Up".[181]

On 27 May, at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend, Rita Ora, Bergling's most recent collaborator, paid tribute to the late DJ, describing him as "a really good friend" who "changed [her] life".[182][183] A similar tribute was also paid by Ora during King's Day and Capital'sSummertime Ball.[184]

The 2018 edition of Tomorrowland saw several tributes to Bergling from Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Don Diablo, Nicky Romero, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Zedd and Kygo, the latter mentioning that Bergling was his big influence in EDM.[185] All DJs honoured his memory by playing his music in their sets during the festival which Michael Thivaios (Like Mike) described as Bergling's home. Thivaios continued calling Bergling "one of [his] best friends" and "a great inspiration".[186][187] Avicii's songs "Levels" and "Wake Me Up" came second and eighth respectively in Tomorrowland 2018's most played songs.[188][189]

On 27 July, Russian DJ and producer Arty released a song called "Tim" as a tribute to Bergling. "I made a track for my friend", he stated. "I just want to honor his memory. I want to do something right, and in my opinion it's the right thing to do."[190]

During the 2018 version of Creamfields, Kaleidoscope Orchestra performed a special tribute performance, where they played out Bergling's greatest dance hits.[191][192]

On 12 October, Vicetone released a song called "South Beach", which they stated was influenced by Bergling's music and was one of the first songs they created, and that they decided to finish and release it as a tribute.[193]

In addition to the live tributes, many other artists including Eric Prydz, Imagine Dragons, Skrillex, Calvin Harris, Hardwell, Deadmau5, Marshmello, Zedd and Robbie Williams also paid tribute to Bergling on Twitter.[194]

One year after his death, tributes on social media continued to be paid by Nicky Romero, DJ Snake, Nile Rodgers, and the organisers of Tomorrowland amongst others.[195][196]

Other tributes[edit]

A fan memorial gathering in Stockholmthe day after his death

On 21 April 2018, a collection of Avicii's songs were played on the carillon within Dom Tower of Utrecht, performed by Malgosia Fiebig.[197]

On 21 May 2018, during the first night of the finale of the fourteenth season of reality television singing competition show The Voice, coach Alicia Keys performed Avicii's "Wake Me Up" as part of her coach duet with the last remaining artist on her team, Britton Buchanan. During the performance, Keys made a verbal tribute to Avicii.

On 16 November 2018, Bergling's family organised a public memorial service at the Hedvig Eleonora Church in Stockholm. The service saw a huge turn-out, with hundreds of fans filling the church to mourn and pay their respects. The service featured an orchestral choir which played music linking to events in Bergling's life and ended with a version of his 2013 number one hit "Wake Me Up". One fan described it as a "very moving" service and "a great tribute to Bergling".[198]

On 30 April 2019, the Mounted Royal Guards and the Life Guards' Dragoon Music Corps of the Swedish Army paid tribute to Avicii during a ceremony at Stockholm Palace, where brass renditions of his songs "Without You", "Hey Brother", and "Wake Me Up" were played.[199][200]

A giant book in tribute to Avicii (top left of image) as part of the Tomorrowlandmainstage in 2019

The 2019 edition of the music festival Tomorrowland included a tribute in the decoration of the Main stage of the festival.[201]

In September 2019, it was announced that a tribute concert would be held in Stockholm on 5 December 2019 in memory of Avicii. The concert saw David Guetta, Kygo, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Nicky Romero, and Laidback Luke headlining, along with a number of vocalists that Tim had worked with playing alongside a 30-piece orchestra, fulfilling one of Avicii's dreams for his music in a live setting. All profits went to the Tim Bergling Foundation.[202] Following the start of ticket sales, the concert sold out in 30 minutes.[203]

In October of the same year, Avicii was honoured with a waxwork statue at the Madame Tussauds museum in New York City.[204]

The same month it was announced that the video game AVICII Invector would be released. Gameplay includes single and multiplayer versions where players would use the game to recreate 25 of his hits throughout the years. A portion of the profits are set to be donated to the Tim Bergling Foundation.[205][206][207] Rebecca May of The Guardian rated the game 4 stars, describing it as "an immersive musical tribute".[208]

On 9 June 2020, it was announced that an Avicii Tribute Museum would open in Stockholm in the summer of 2021.[209]

On 19 May 2021, Stockholm's Ericsson Globe was renamed the Avicii Arena. To celebrate the new name, the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra recorded a performance of the Avicii song "For a Better Day", with vocals provided by 14-year-old Swedish singer Ella Tiritiello.[210][211]

On 8 September 2021, Google Doodle celebrated what would have been Bergling's 32nd birthday with an animated video featuring "Wake Me Up",[212] in support of National Suicide Prevention Week.[213]

Impact and legacy[edit]

Mental health awareness[edit]

Main article: Tim Bergling Foundation

On 26 March 2019, Bergling's family launched a mental illness and suicide prevention foundation, named after the late DJ, the Tim Bergling Foundation. The foundation works internationally and aims to educate people and businesses on the issues surrounding suicide and mental health. The foundation also works to tackle climate change, manage business development, and conserve endangered species. Since 2019 people in the music industry are claiming Avicii's death has raised awareness of mental health in the industry.[214][215][216][217]

Music innovation[edit]

Avicii inspired many artists in the EDM genre, many of whom paid tribute to him after his death. Norwegian DJ Kygo cited Avicii as "[his] biggest inspiration and the reason why [he] started making electronic music."[218] In addition, artists like Alan Walker and DubVision described him as an "icon" in EDM.[219] Other artists such as Diplo, Sebastian Ingrosso, Felix Jaehn, and Martin Garrix, the last of whom collaborated with Avicii on his 2015 single "Waiting for Love", have also cited him as a source of inspiration, with the songs "Levels" and "Seek Bromance" being specifically mentioned as points of inspiration.[220]

On the day of his death, The Washington Post wrote an article citing Avicii as a pioneer artist in the attempt to bridge the gap between country and electronic music, crediting his 2013 hits "Wake Me Up" and "Hey Brother" as good examples of this movement.[221] Avicii is also credited for influencing other attempts at continuing this genre crossover, including songs such as Zedd's "The Middle" and Hailee Steinfeld's "Let Me Go".[222]

Avicii also influenced a number of mainstream artists outside electronic music. Nile Rodgers said that in terms of melody writing, Avicii was "maybe one of the best, if not the best I've ever worked with."[223]Mike Einziger of Incubus said "Some of the work we did together is some of the music I'm most proud of in my whole life."[224]Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons said "working with [Avicii] was one of my favorite collaborative moments."[225]Charlie Puth said that Avicii was "The man who really opened my eyes as to what my productions could one day sound like."[225]Eric Clapton, who never publicly worked with Avicii, said he was "Inspired by Avicii", and dedicated a song off his Christmas album, Happy Xmas, to him.[226]

On 21 November 2019, Billboard named Avicii's 2011 hit "Levels" as one of the one hundred songs which defined the 2010s,[227] whereas his 2013 hit "Wake Me Up" came 13th (and was the highest charting EDM song[228][229]) on the Official Charts Company's chart of the decade.[230]

Filmography[edit]

Discography[edit]

Main article: Avicii discography

Studio albums

Concert tours[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Avicii

In popular culture[edit]

See also[edit]

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40TemptationsMy Girl
41Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J BalvinI Like It
42Shania TwainMan! I Feel Like A Woman!
43Montell JordanThis Is How We Do It
44John LegendAll Of Me
45Luke CombsBeautiful Crazy
46Sir Mix-A-LotBaby Got Back
47Taylor SwiftShake It Off
48LMFAOParty Rock Anthem
49Blanco BrownThe Git Up
50Old Crow Medicine ShowWagon Wheel
51NellyHot In Herre
52TotoAfrica
53Maroon 5Sugar
54Def LeppardPour Some Sugar On Me
55ToploaderDancing In The Moonlight
56Chris BrownForever
57N'SyncBye Bye Bye
58Sister SledgeWe Are Family
59Thomas RhettDie A Happy Man
60Pitbull feat. KeshaTimber
61Rihanna feat. Calvin HarrisWe Found Love
62QueenBohemian Rhapsody
63Pharrell WilliamsHappy
64Daryl Hall & John OatesYou Make My Dreams
65Animal HouseShout
66Backstreet BoysI Want It That Way
67RednexCotton Eye Joe
68BeyonceSingle Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
69Lou BegaMambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of..)
70Stevie WonderSigned, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)
71House Of PainJump Around
72Wild CherryPlay That Funky Music
73DJ Snake feat. Lil' JonTurn Down For What
74Lynyrd SkynyrdSweet Home Alabama
75R. KellyIgnition (Remix)
76Ben E. KingStand By Me
77Cyndi LauperGirls Just Want To Have Fun
78Kool & The GangCelebration
79Village PeopleY.M.C.A.
80PinkRaise Your Glass
81Lady GaGaSpeechless
82Bryan AdamsSummer Of '69
83Don Omar feat. LucenzoDanza Kuduro
84BeyonceLove On Top
85Michael JacksonBillie Jean
86Zac Brown BandChicken Fried
87Justin TimberlakeSexyback
88PitbullFireball
89Cobra StarshipYou Make Me Feel
90Etta JamesAt Last
91QueenDon't Stop Me Now
92Eric ClaptonWonderful Tonight
93Diana Ross / Marvin GayeAin't No Mountain High Enough
94Christina PerriA Thousand Years
95Los Del RioMacarena
96FoundationsBuild Me Up Buttercup
97ShakiraHips Don't Lie
98TrainMarry Me
99Natalie ColeThis Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
100Rick SpringfieldJessie's Girl
101Kanye WestGold Digger
102Luke BryanCountry Girl (Shake It For Me)
103Vanilla IceIce Ice Baby
104Robin Thicke feat. Pharrell & T.I.Blurred Lines
105Maroon 5Moves Like Jagger
106Billy JoelPiano Man
107Kygo and Whitney Houston / Steve WinwoodHigher Love
108Jack JohnsonBetter Together
109DNCECake By The Ocean
110Bob SegerOld Time Rock N Roll
111QueenCrazy Little Thing Called Love
112Nat King ColeL-O-V-E
113BlackstreetNo Diggity
114Lady GaGaJust Dance
115AerosmithI Don't Want To Miss A Thing
116Ray LaMontagneYou Are The Best Thing
117James TaylorHow Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
118Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes(I've Had The) Time Of My Life
119Jason MrazI'm Yours
120Brett YoungIn Case You Didn't Know
121Frank SinatraFly Me To The Moon
122Michael JacksonDon't Stop Til You Get Enough
123GinuwinePony
124Tones And IDance Monkey
125Bee GeesStayin' Alive
12650 CentIn Da Club
127Bruno MarsJust The Way You Are
128Pitbull feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & NayerGive Me Everything
129Big & RichSave A Horse (Ride A Cowboy)
130LMFAO feat. Lil JonShots
131CommodoresBrick House
132Guns N' RosesSweet Child O' Mine
133UsherDj Got Us Fallin' In Love
134Louis ArmstrongWhat A Wonderful World
135M.C. HammerU Can't Touch This
136Michael BubleEverything
137LizzoGood As Hell
138Salt 'N PepaPush It
139LonestarAmazed
140Smash MouthAll Star
141Jonas BrothersSucker
142Justin TimberlakeRock Your Body
143Ne-YoCloser
144The WeekndBlinding Lights
145Ed SheeranShape Of You
146Eddie MoneyTake Me Home Tonight
147ProclaimersI'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)
148Michael JacksonThriller
149Marcia GriffithsElectric Boogie (Electric Slide)
150Nat King ColeUnforgettable
151Franki ValliCan't Take My Eyes Off You
152J Balvin and Willy WilliamMi Gente
153A-HaTake On Me
154OasisWonderwall
155John DenverTake Me Home, Country Roads
156Taio CruzDynamite
157Sam HuntBody Like A Back Road
158Daft PunkGet Lucky
159Mark MorrisonReturn Of The Mack
160TLCNo Scrubs
161Steve EarleCopperhead Road
162DrakeOne Dance
163Bruno MarsThat's What I Like
164Dan and ShayFrom The Ground Up
165Rick AstleyNever Gonna Give You Up
166LizzoJuice
167Righteous BrothersUnchained Melody
168James ArthurSay You Won't Let Go
169Jimmy Eat WorldThe Middle
170Wham!Wake Me Up Before You Go-go
171Aretha FranklinRespect
172Four SeasonsDecember 1963 (Oh, What A Night)
173PrinceKiss
174Nicki MinajStarships
175LMFAOSexy And I Know It
176Elvis CrespoSuavemente
177AviciiLevels
178Pitbull and Ne-YoTime Of Our Lives
179Shania TwainAny Man Of Mine
180Los Lonely BoysHeaven
181Al GreenLet's Stay Together
182Creedence Clearwater Revival / Tina TurnerProud Mary
183Chainsmokers and ColdplaySomething Just Like This
184Flo RidaMy House
185Blink-182All The Small Things
186Carly Rae JepsenCall Me Maybe
187QueenFat Bottomed Girls
188Blue SwedeHooked On A Feeling
189Taylor SwiftLover
190Elton JohnYour Song
191AviciiWake Me Up!
192Camila Cabello feat. Young ThugHavana
193AC/DCThunderstruck
194Brooks & DunnBoot Scootin' Boogie
195Mark Ronson feat. Amy WinehouseValerie
196Bruno Mars feat. Cardi BFinesse
197Jason AldeanYou Make It Easy
198Stevie WonderSuperstition
199LumineersHo Hey
200Flo RidaClub Can't Handle Me

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs from the 2010's

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RankArtistSong Title
1Mark Ronson feat. Bruno MarsUptown Funk
2Walk The MoonShut Up And Dance
3Justin TimberlakeCan't Stop The Feeling!
4Ed SheeranPerfect
5Bruno MarsMarry You
6Bruno Mars24k Magic
7Chris StapletonTennessee Whiskey
8Lil Nas X feat. Billy Ray CyrusOld Town Road (Remix)
9Ed SheeranThinking Out Loud
10Luis Fonsi feat. Daddy YankeeDespacito
11LizzoTruth Hurts
12Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J BalvinI Like It
13John LegendAll Of Me
14Luke CombsBeautiful Crazy
15Taylor SwiftShake It Off
16LMFAOParty Rock Anthem
17Blanco BrownThe Git Up
18Maroon 5Sugar
19Thomas RhettDie A Happy Man
20Pitbull feat. KeshaTimber
21Rihanna feat. Calvin HarrisWe Found Love
22Pharrell WilliamsHappy
23DJ Snake feat. Lil' JonTurn Down For What
24PinkRaise Your Glass
25Don Omar feat. LucenzoDanza Kuduro
26BeyonceLove On Top
27PitbullFireball
28Cobra StarshipYou Make Me Feel
29Christina PerriA Thousand Years
30TrainMarry Me

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs from the 2000's

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RankArtistSong Title
1UsherYeah!
2CupidCupid Shuffle
3DJ CasperCha Cha Slide
4V.I.C.Wobble
5KillersMr. Brightside
6Black Eyed PeasI Gotta Feeling
7OutKastHey Ya!
8Flo RidaLow
9Lil Jon & The Eastside BoyzGet Low
10Miley CyrusParty In The U.S.A.
11Beyonce feat. Jay-ZCrazy In Love
12Old Crow Medicine ShowWagon Wheel
13NellyHot In Herre
14Chris BrownForever
15N'SyncBye Bye Bye
16BeyonceSingle Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
17R. KellyIgnition (Remix)
18Lady GaGaSpeechless
19Zac Brown BandChicken Fried
20Justin TimberlakeSexyback
21ShakiraHips Don't Lie
22Kanye WestGold Digger
23Jack JohnsonBetter Together
24Lady GaGaJust Dance
25Ray LaMontagneYou Are The Best Thing
26Jason MrazI'm Yours
2750 CentIn Da Club
28Big & RichSave A Horse (Ride A Cowboy)
29Michael BubleEverything
30LonestarAmazed

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs from the 1990's

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RankArtistSong Title
1Garth BrooksFriends In Low Places
2Backstreet BoysEverybody (Backstreet's Back)
3Spice GirlsWannabe
4Shania TwainMan! I Feel Like A Woman!
5Montell JordanThis Is How We Do It
6Sir Mix-A-LotBaby Got Back
7ToploaderDancing In The Moonlight
8Backstreet BoysI Want It That Way
9RednexCotton Eye Joe
10Lou BegaMambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of..)
11House Of PainJump Around
12Los Del RioMacarena
13Vanilla IceIce Ice Baby
14BlackstreetNo Diggity
15AerosmithI Don't Want To Miss A Thing
16GinuwinePony
17M.C. HammerU Can't Touch This
18Smash MouthAll Star
19ProclaimersI'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)
20Marcia GriffithsElectric Boogie (Electric Slide)
21OasisWonderwall
22Mark MorrisonReturn Of The Mack
23TLCNo Scrubs
24Elvis CrespoSuavemente
25Shania TwainAny Man Of Mine
26AC/DCThunderstruck
27Brooks & DunnBoot Scootin' Boogie
28John Travolta & Olivia Newton-JohnGrease Megamix
29George StraitI Cross My Heart
30Bell Biv DeVoePoison

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs from the 1980's

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RankArtistSong Title
1Whitney HoustonI Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
2JourneyDon't Stop Believin'
3Bon JoviLivin' On A Prayer
4Kenny LogginsFootloose
5AC/DCYou Shook Me All Night Long
6B-52'sLove Shack
7Dexys Midnight RunnersCome On Eileen
8TotoAfrica
9Def LeppardPour Some Sugar On Me
10Daryl Hall & John OatesYou Make My Dreams
11Animal HouseShout
12Ben E. KingStand By Me
13Cyndi LauperGirls Just Want To Have Fun
14Kool & The GangCelebration
15Bryan AdamsSummer Of '69
16Michael JacksonBillie Jean
17Rick SpringfieldJessie's Girl
18Kygo and Whitney Houston / Steve WinwoodHigher Love
19Bob SegerOld Time Rock N Roll
20QueenCrazy Little Thing Called Love
21Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes(I've Had The) Time Of My Life
22Guns N' RosesSweet Child O' Mine
23Salt 'N PepaPush It
24Eddie MoneyTake Me Home Tonight
25Michael JacksonThriller
26A-HaTake On Me
27Rick AstleyNever Gonna Give You Up
28Wham!Wake Me Up Before You Go-go
29PrinceKiss
30Michael JacksonBeat It

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs from the 1970's

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RankArtistSong Title
1Earth, Wind and FireSeptember
2ABBADancing Queen
3Sister SledgeWe Are Family
4QueenBohemian Rhapsody
5Stevie WonderSigned, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)
6Wild CherryPlay That Funky Music
7Lynyrd SkynyrdSweet Home Alabama
8Village PeopleY.M.C.A.
9QueenDon't Stop Me Now
10Eric ClaptonWonderful Tonight
11Diana Ross / Marvin GayeAin't No Mountain High Enough
12Natalie ColeThis Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
13Billy JoelPiano Man
14James TaylorHow Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
15Michael JacksonDon't Stop Til You Get Enough
16Bee GeesStayin' Alive
17CommodoresBrick House
18John DenverTake Me Home, Country Roads
19Four SeasonsDecember 1963 (Oh, What A Night)
20Al GreenLet's Stay Together
21QueenFat Bottomed Girls
22Blue SwedeHooked On A Feeling
23Elton JohnYour Song
24Stevie WonderSuperstition
25Jackson 5ABC
26Elton JohnTiny Dancer
27Stevie WonderIsn't She Lovely
28ABBAMamma Mia
29Jackson 5I Want You Back
30Nitty Gritty Dirt BandFishin' In The Dark

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs from the 1960's

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RankArtistSong Title
1Neil DiamondSweet Caroline
2Elvis PresleyCan't Help Falling In Love
3Van MorrisonBrown Eyed Girl
4BeatlesTwist And Shout
5TemptationsMy Girl
6Etta JamesAt Last
7FoundationsBuild Me Up Buttercup
8Nat King ColeL-O-V-E
9Frank SinatraFly Me To The Moon
10Louis ArmstrongWhat A Wonderful World
11Franki ValliCan't Take My Eyes Off You
12Righteous BrothersUnchained Melody
13Aretha FranklinRespect
14Creedence Clearwater Revival / Tina TurnerProud Mary
15SupremesYou Can't Hurry Love
16Chubby CheckerThe Twist
17Four TopsI Can't Help Myself
18ContoursDo You Love Me
19Percy SledgeWhen A Man Loves A Woman
20Johnny CashRing Of Fire
21DionRunaround Sue
22Beach BoysGood Vibrations
23Stevie WonderFor Once In My Life
24Frank SinatraMy Way
25BeatlesI Want To Hold Your Hand
26Tommy James and the ShondellsMony Mony
27Jackie Wilson(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher
28Wilson Pickett / CommitmentsMustang Sally
29Bobby DarinBeyond The Sea
30BeatlesI Saw Her Standing There

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs from the 1950's

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RankArtistSong Title
1Nat King ColeUnforgettable
2Frank SinatraCome Fly With Me
3Frank SinatraHigh Hopes
4Dean MartinThat's Amore
5Dean MartinSway
6Elvis PresleyJailhouse Rock
7Louis ArmstrongLa Vie En Rose
8Johnny CashI Walk The Line
9Frank SinatraLove And Marriage
10Elvis PresleyHound Dog
11Jerry Lee LewisGreat Balls Of Fire
12Frank SinatraGod's Country
13Harry BelafonteIsland In The Sun
14Dean MartinMambo Italiano
15Bobby DarinMack The Knife
16Bill Haley & His CometsRock Around The Clock
17Les Baxter & His OrchestraGiant
18Little RichardTutti Frutti
19Ray AnthonyHokey Pokey
20Frank SinatraI've Got The World On A String
21Sammy TurnerSymphony
22Louis ArmstrongA Kiss To Build A Dream On
23McGuire SistersGive Me Love
24Perez Prado and His OrchestraParis
25Bing CrosbyYoung At Heart
26Johnny MathisChances Are
27Fats DominoBlueberry Hill
28Vic DamoneTell Me You Love Me
29Ray AnthonyBunny Hop
30Little RichardLong Tall Sally

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For Introductions

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RankArtistSong Title
1T.I.Bring 'Em Out
2Chris BrownForever
3Christina PerriA Thousand Years
4Elvis PresleyCan't Help Falling In Love
5Justin TimberlakeCan't Stop The Feeling!
6Bruno MarsMarry You
7Black Eyed PeasI Gotta Feeling
8Daryl Hall & John OatesYou Make My Dreams
9Beyonce feat. Jay-ZCrazy In Love
10Black Eyed PeasLet's Get It Started
11Stevie WonderSigned, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)
12Bruno Mars24k Magic
13AC/DCThunderstruck
14RuelleI Get To Love You
15Walk The MoonShut Up And Dance
16American AuthorsBest Day Of My Life
17Natalie ColeThis Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
18TrainMarry Me
19Mark Ronson feat. Bruno MarsUptown Funk
20Pharrell WilliamsHappy
21Earth, Wind and FireSeptember
22Kool & The GangCelebration
23Ed SheeranPerfect
24LMFAOParty Rock Anthem
25Imagine DragonsOn Top Of The World
26DarknessI Believe In A Thing Called Love
27AviciiLevels
28Lady GaGaSpeechless
29DJ Snake feat. Lil' JonTurn Down For What
30Kygo and Whitney Houston / Steve WinwoodHigher Love

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For First Dance

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RankArtistSong Title
1Elvis PresleyCan't Help Falling In Love
2Ed SheeranPerfect
3Dan and ShayFrom The Ground Up
4Jack JohnsonBetter Together
5Lady GaGaSpeechless
6ShaiYours
7Ed SheeranThinking Out Loud
8John LegendAll Of Me
9James ArthurSay You Won't Let Go
10Luke CombsBeautiful Crazy
11Matt StellPrayed For You
12Jason AldeanYou Make It Easy
13Brett YoungIn Case You Didn't Know
14LonestarAmazed
15Brad PaisleyThen
16Jason MrazI'm Yours
17Christina PerriA Thousand Years
18RuelleI Get To Love You
19Chris StapletonTennessee Whiskey
20George StraitI Cross My Heart
21Scott CalumYou Are The Reason
22Kenny LogginsNobody But You
23Taylor SwiftLover
24Etta JamesAt Last
25Lee BriceI Don't Dance
26Ben E. KingStand By Me
27Tim McGrawMy Best Friend
28Thomas RhettDie A Happy Man
29Ray LaMontagneYou Are The Best Thing
30Chris StapletonMillionaire

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For Father Daughter Dance

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RankArtistSong Title
1HeartlandI Loved Her First
2Tim McGrawMy Little Girl
3Bob CarlisleButterfly Kisses
4Rascal FlattsMy Wish
5TemptationsMy Girl
6Chuck WicksStealing Cinderella
7Louis ArmstrongWhat A Wonderful World
8Stevie WonderIsn't She Lovely
9Jason BlaineDance With My Daughter
10Camilia CabellaFirst Man
11Frank SinatraThe Way You Look Tonight
12Celine DionBecause You Loved Me
13Dixie ChicksLandslide
14Krystal KeithDaddy Dance With Me
15Phil CollinsYou'll Be In My Heart
16John MayerDaughters
17Lee Ann WomackI Hope You Dance
18Paul SimonFather And Daughter
19Darius RuckerIt Won't Be Like This For Long
20Zac Brown BandThe Man Who Loves You The Most
21Al MartinoDaddy's Little Girl
22Michael BubleForever Now
23Sammy Kaye & His OrchestraDaddy
24Rod StewartForever Young
25Trace AdkinsJust Fishin'
26Van MorrisonBrown Eyed Girl
27Jennifer SmestadHalf The Man
28Ben E. KingStand By Me
29BeatlesIn My Life
30Israel Kamakawiwo'oleSomewhere Over The Rainbow / What A Wonderful World

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For Mother Son Dance

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RankArtistSong Title
1Rascal FlattsMy Wish
2Tim McGrawHumble And Kind
3Lynyrd Skynyrd / ShinedownSimple Man
4Phil CollinsYou'll Be In My Heart
5Boyz II MenA Song For Mama
6Louis ArmstrongWhat A Wonderful World
7Lee Ann WomackI Hope You Dance
8Lee BriceBoy
9Celine DionBecause You Loved Me
10Van MorrisonDays Like This
11Rod StewartForever Young
12Backstreet BoysThe Perfect Fan
13Reba McEntireYou're Gonna Be
14Kenny ChesneyDon't Blink
15Michael BubleForever Now
16Ben E. KingStand By Me
17T CarterA Mother's Song
18Lady AntebellumNever Alone
19BeatlesIn My Life
20Dixie ChicksLandslide
21Jason Mraz93 Million Miles
22Eric ChurchLike Jesus Does
23The Band PerryMother Like Mine
24Garth BrooksMom
25Josh GrobanYou Raise Me Up
26James TaylorHow Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
27Israel Kamakawiwo'oleSomewhere Over The Rainbow / What A Wonderful World
28Jason MatthewsThat's What Mamas Do
29Elton JohnYour Song
30Van MorrisonHave I Told You Lately

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For Wedding Party Dance

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RankArtistSong Title
1Chris BrownForever
2Black Eyed PeasI Gotta Feeling
3Walk The MoonShut Up And Dance
4T.I.Bring 'em Out
5Justin TimberlakeCan't Stop The Feeling!
6Black Eyed PeasLet's Get It Started
7Blanco BrownThe Git Up
8Mark Ronson feat. Bruno MarsUptown Funk
9Whitney HoustonI Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
10Bruno MarsMarry You
11Bruno Mars24k Magic
12Garth BrooksFriends In Low Places
13Sister SledgeWe Are Family
14CupidCupid Shuffle
15Earth, Wind and FireSeptember
16LMFAOParty Rock Anthem
17PinkRaise Your Glass
18Pharrell WilliamsHappy
19Kool & The GangCelebration
20DJ CasperCha Cha Slide
21Beyonce feat. Jay-ZCrazy In Love
22Christina PerriA Thousand Years
23Montell JordanThis Is How We Do It
24AC/DCThunderstruck
25Maroon 5Sugar
26QueenDon't Stop Me Now
27Ed SheeranPerfect
28Rascal FlattsMy Wish
29KillersMr. Brightside
30DJ Snake feat. Lil' JonTurn Down For What

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For Couples Dance

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RankArtistSong Title
1Elvis PresleyCan't Help Falling In Love
2Alan JacksonRemember When
3Shania TwainYou're Still The One
4Frank SinatraThe Way You Look Tonight
5Eric ClaptonWonderful Tonight
6Nat King ColeL-O-V-E
7Ed SheeranThinking Out Loud
8Dan and ShayFrom The Ground Up
9Randy TravisForever And Ever, Amen
10Al GreenLet's Stay Together
11Kenny RogersThrough The Years
12LonestarAmazed
13Etta JamesAt Last
14Righteous BrothersUnchained Melody
15Natalie ColeThis Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
16Ben E. KingStand By Me
17George StraitI Cross My Heart
18Brad PaisleyThen
19Ed SheeranPerfect
20Vince GillLook At Us
21Van MorrisonHave I Told You Lately
22Clint BlackWhen I Said I Do
23Nat King ColeUnforgettable
24Christina PerriA Thousand Years
25Louis ArmstrongWhat A Wonderful World
26OrleansStill The One
27Anne MurrayCould I Have This Dance
28Ray LaMontagneYou Are The Best Thing
29Harry Connick Jr.It Had To Be You
30Elton JohnYour Song

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For Ceremony Processional

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RankArtistSong Title
1PachelbelCanon In D
2Christina PerriA Thousand Years
3Elvis PresleyCan't Help Falling In Love
4TrainMarry Me
5Ed SheeranPerfect
6RuelleI Get To Love You
7Lady GaGaSpeechless
8John LegendAll Of Me
9Adele / Garth BrooksMake You Feel My Love
10Scott CalumYou Are The Reason
11BeatlesHere Comes The Sun
12Israel Kamakawiwo'oleSomewhere Over The Rainbow / What A Wonderful World
13Ben E. KingStand By Me
14Sleeping At LastTurning Page
15Richard WagnerBridal Chorus (Here Comes The Bride)
16Dan and ShayFrom The Ground Up
17Greatest Showman CastA Million Dreams
18Shania TwainFrom This Moment On
19Sara BareillesI Choose You
20Kenny LogginsThis Is It
21Jack JohnsonBetter Together
22Bruno MarsMarry You
23Rascal FlattsBless The Broken Road
24James ArthurSay You Won't Let Go
25Ed SheeranTenerife Sea
26Ellie GouldingHow Long Will I Love You
27Bright EyesFirst Day Of My Life
28Judy Garland / Eva CassidyOver The Rainbow
29Various ArtistsHallelujah
30Jason MrazI'm Yours

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For Ceremony Recessional

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RankArtistSong Title
1Stevie WonderSigned, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)
2Natalie ColeThis Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
3Daryl Hall & John OatesYou Make My Dreams
4Bruno MarsMarry You
5American AuthorsBest Day Of My Life
6Ray LaMontagneYou Are The Best Thing
7Chris BrownForever
8MendelssohnWedding March
9Imagine DragonsOn Top Of The World
10Blake Shelton / Michael BubleHome
11QueenYou're My Best Friend
12BeatlesAll You Need Is Love
13Pharrell WilliamsHappy
14Justin TimberlakeCan't Stop The Feeling!
15Various ArtistsI Do
16BeyonceLove On Top
17Earth, Wind and FireSeptember
18Ben RectorBrand New
19Kenny LogginsThis Is It
20BeatlesHere Comes The Sun
21Jason MrazI'm Yours
22Michael BubleEverything
23Smash MouthI'm A Believer
24James TaylorHow Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
25Randy TravisForever And Ever, Amen
26Jack JohnsonBetter Together
27Kool & The GangCelebration
28Black Eyed PeasI Gotta Feeling
29U2Beautiful Day
30Zac Brown BandLoving You Easy

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For Cake Cutting

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RankArtistSong Title
1Maroon 5Sugar
2James TaylorHow Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
3DNCECake By The Ocean
4ArchiesSugar, Sugar
5Def LeppardPour Some Sugar On Me
6Four TopsI Can't Help Myself
7Nat King ColeL-O-V-E
8Natalie ColeThis Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
9Old DominionMake It Sweet
10Michael BubleEverything
11Blake SheltonHoney Bee
12Adam SandlerGrow Old With You
13QueenYou're My Best Friend
14Ray LaMontagneYou Are The Best Thing
15Jack JohnsonBetter Together
16BeyonceLove On Top
17Bruno MarsMarry You
18RihannaBirthday Cake
19Frank SinatraThe Way You Look Tonight
20Ed SheeranPerfect
21Average White BandCut The Cake
22Jason MrazI'm Yours
23Dean MartinThat's Amore
24Frank SinatraLove And Marriage
25Ed SheeranThinking Out Loud
26LumineersHo Hey
27Jason MrazLucky
28CakeLove You Madly
29Sara BareillesI Choose You
30U2Sweetest Thing

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For Bouquet Toss

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RankArtistSong Title
1BeyonceSingle Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
2Shania TwainMan! I Feel Like A Woman!
3Meghan TrainorDear Future Husband
4Cyndi LauperGirls Just Want To Have Fun
5David GuettaWhere Them Girls At
6Spice GirlsWannabe
7BeyonceRun The World (Girls)
8LudacrisMove B***h
9Christina AguileraLady Marmalade
10Weather GirlsIt's Raining Men
11LizzoTruth Hurts
12Shania TwainAny Man Of Mine
13Pat BenatarHit Me With Your Best Shot
14TLCNo Scrubs
15BeyonceLove On Top
16KelisMilkshake
17QueenAnother One Bites The Dust
18Kool & The GangLadies Night
19Beyonce feat. Jay-ZCrazy In Love
20LizzoGood As Hell
21Motley CrueGirls, Girls, Girls
22Kanye WestGold Digger
23Gwen StefaniHollaback Girl
24Destiny's ChildIndependent Women Part I
25Michael BubleHaven't Met You Yet
26ABBADancing Queen
27SupremesYou Can't Hurry Love
28BlondieOne Way Or Another
29Little Big TownLittle White Church
30Martina McBrideThis One's For The Girls

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For Garter Activity

This list is compiled based on over 2 million song requests made using the DJ Event Planner song request system.

RankArtistSong Title
1GinuwinePony
2NellyHot In Herre
3QueenAnother One Bites The Dust
4Def LeppardPour Some Sugar On Me
5Marvin GayeLet's Get It On
6Kenny LogginsDanger Zone
7Justin TimberlakeSexyback
8WarrantCherry Pie
9ZZ TopSharp Dressed Man
10Panic! At The DiscoDeath Of A Bachelor
11AC/DCYou Shook Me All Night Long
12Justin TimberlakeSuit & Tie
13Hot ChocolateYou Sexy Thing
14Baha MenWho Let The Dogs Out
15Lalo ShiffrinMission Impossible Theme
16Jay-ZBig Pimpin'
17Tim McGrawReal Good Man
18Georgia SatellitesKeep Your Hands To Yourself
19SurvivorEye Of The Tiger
20LMFAOSexy And I Know It
21ZZ TopLegs
22M.C. HammerU Can't Touch This
23YelloOh Yeah
24Robin Thicke feat. Pharrell & T.I.Blurred Lines
25George ThorogoodBad To The Bone
26Daft PunkGet Lucky
27Salt 'N PepaWhatta Man
28Weather GirlsIt's Raining Men
29Big & RichSave A Horse (Ride A Cowboy)
30The WeekndEarned It

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Top 30 Most Requested Songs For Last Dance

This list is compiled based on over 2 million song requests made using the DJ Event Planner song request system.

RankArtistSong Title
1SemisonicClosing Time
2Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes(I've Had The) Time Of My Life
3JourneyDon't Stop Believin'
4Garth BrooksFriends In Low Places
5N'SyncBye Bye Bye
6Neil DiamondSweet Caroline
7Natalie ColeThis Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
8Michael BubleSave The Last Dance For Me
9Eddie MoneyTake Me Home Tonight
10John DenverTake Me Home, Country Roads
11Billy JoelPiano Man
12Donna SummerLast Dance
13Ed SheeranPerfect
14Elvis PresleyCan't Help Falling In Love
15Chris BrownForever
16QueenDon't Stop Me Now
17Whitney HoustonI Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
18KillersMr. Brightside
19Walk The MoonShut Up And Dance
20Thomas RhettDie A Happy Man
21Eric ClaptonWonderful Tonight
22QueenBohemian Rhapsody
23Etta JamesAt Last
24Luke CombsBeautiful Crazy
25AC/DCYou Shook Me All Night Long
26Ed SheeranThinking Out Loud
27John LegendAll Of Me
28Stevie WonderSigned, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)
29Chris StapletonTennessee Whiskey
30AerosmithI Don't Want To Miss A Thing

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