The song written for the American Idol winner, A Moment Like This, which she performed on the last show, set a Billboard Charts Record when it was released as a single in October 2002 by going from 58 to the number 1 spot.
New lineup in tow, Taking Back Sunday opened for Blink 182 and returned to the Warped Tour as a headliner in 2004, and their second full-length release, Where You Want to Be, hit #3 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Propelled by the single Tim McGraw (written to help her ex-boyfriend remember her), the album went all the way to number 5 on the mainstream Billboard Charts and reached number 1 on the Billboard country charts.
One of the most popular movie soundtracks ever, Grease still sells several thousand copies every week and routinely finds its way back on the Billboard 200 album charts - thirty years after its original release!
The first single, S.O.S. was Rihanna's first number one hit on the Billboard charts and the download charts - in fact, the single is the second fastest selling first week release on the digital charts to date.
The song hit number one in the music charts in several countries, including the all important US Billboard Top 40 Chart, and ranked in the top five in several other countries, including the UK and Ireland.
The success of these experiments can be seen in the laundry list of awards that Mana has earned including four Grammy's, five Latin Grammy's, five Billboard Latin Music Awards, five MTV Video Music Awards Latin America and many more.
In the United States, the track wasn't as huge a hit as it was overseas, but it did reach number 56 on the Billboard Hot 100, the highest a Kings of Leon song has ever charted, and did reach number 1 on the Alternative Songs chart.
He has released four albums - Measure of a Man, Merry Christmas with Love, A Thousand Different Ways and On My Way Here - and has received several music awards including one American Music Award and three Billboard Music Awards.
Billboard Country Chart - The Billboard country chart website lets you not only check out the charts but also hear snippets of chart hits, examine old charts and read interviews and analysis of trends in country music.
It's hard to eat healthy--especially when the billboard you drive by every day on your way to work presents a 10-foot image of a glistening oversized hamburger dripping in secret sauce and grease.