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Here are the top ten articles for the Pop Music Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Ann Wilson
Review of Ann Wilson’s new solo CD: Hope and Glory
2. Jordan Critz – Nightlights & Melted Ice
I review music that I love. I treasure artistic projects that are fun and philosophical. This CD is both!
3. Katy Perry - Hello Katy Tour
Her music has topped the charts and given countless people another reason to sing along with the radio. Forget the radio though, the time has come to say Hello to Katy... live.
4. Heather Hunter Double H The Unexpected Review
New York rapper Double H (Heather Hunter) debut album The Unexpected now available. Article includes review of The Unexpected and interview link.
5. The President and First Lady Dance with Beyoncé
As the historic inaugural moment nears, pop music finds that it too has a place in the pages of history.
6. Natalie Walker
Review of Urban Angel - It's called "Electronic" and it's finding its way onto the Pop Music charts. Find out what it is and about this artist that "does" it so well.
7. Shontelle – New Single Featuring Akon
Shontelle has teamed up with Akon for her latest single -- a duet for a hot new movie.
8. Interview with Max Morgan
He’s a hot new Pop/Rock artist who will rock you with his debut album. You have heard his songs on hit television shows like Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice. Now meet this British charmer as he reveals his passionate side as well as his “kooky” side in this one on one interview.
9. About Being a Clay Aiken Fan
This is my story. I’m a Clay Aiken fan. This summer, I traveled by car, taxi and plane to follow his summer tour. No! I’m not crazy. I’m part of a community.
10. Pop Treats from Perry, James, Franti & Spearhead
These songs will make you feel like you’re “Waking Up in Vegas” feeling “Wanted” wishing that Elvis would just say “Say Hey (I Love You)”.
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