Most popular artists on each Atlanta radio station in 2009

Earlier this week, I posted the most played songs on each radio station in 2009. Here are the most played artists.

Kiss 104.1

1. Luther Vandross

2. Isley Brothers

3. Earth, Wind & Fire

4. O’Jays

5. Anita Baker

6. Michael Jackson

7. Stevie Wonder

8. Marvin Gaye

9. Al Green

10. Teddy Pendergrass

Fish 104.7

1. Third Day

2. MercyMe

3. Jeremy Camp

4. Chris Tomlin

5. Casting Crowns

6. Big Daddy Weave

7. Matthew West

8. Tobymac

9. Steven Curtis Chapman

10. Brandon Heath

Majic 107.5

1. Mary J. Blige

2. Luther Vandross

3. Maxwell

4. Michael Jackson

5. Jodeci

6. Charlie Wilson

7. R. Kelly

8. Anthony Hamilton

9. Usher

10. Musiq Soulchild

95.5/The Beat

1. T.I.

2. Lady Gaga

3. Flo Rida

4. Kanye West

5. Keri Hilson

6. Beyonce

7. Black Eyed Peas

8. Pitbull

9. Lil Wayne

10. Rihanna

El Patron

1. Grupo Montez De Durango

2. Trono de Mexico

3. Vicente Fernandez

4. Los Alacraines Musicales

5. Banda El Recodo

6. El Chapo De Sinaloa

7. Los Dareyes de la Sierra

8. Conunto Primavera

9. La Arrolladora Banda El Limon

10. Intocable

Hot 107.9

1. T.I.

2. Beyonce

3. Gucci Mane

4. Lil Wayne

5. Drake

6. Plies

7. Soulja Boy

8. Keri Hilson

9. The-Dream

10. Birdman

Kicks 101.5

1. Kenny Chesney (40 titles, 5,811 plays through 12/14)

2. Keith Urban

3. Toby Keith

4. Tim McGraw

5. Brad Paisley

6. Rascal Flatts

7. Dierks Bentley

8. Sugarland

9. Montgomery Gentry

10. Jason Aldean

94.9/The Bull

1. Kenny Chesney (48 titles, 5,755 spins)

2. Toby Keith

3. Brad Paisley

4. Tim McGraw

5. Rascal Flatts

6. Keith Urban

7. Sugarland

8. George Strait

9. Alan Jackson

10. Taylor Swift

Dave FM

1. U2 (76 titles, 3,850 times)

2. R.E.M.

3. Dave Matthews Band

4. Coldplay

5. Police

6. Pearl Jam

7. Counting Crows

8. Red Hot Chili Peppers

9. Talking Heads

10. Tom Petty/Heartbreakers

Project 9-6-1

1. Stone Temple Pilots

2. Linkin Park

3. Alice in Chains

4. Shinedown

5. Disturbed

6. Metallica

7. Foo Fighters

8. Green Day

9. Offspring

10. Seether

Rock 100.5 (for six months, from April through September, the station played acts such as the Gin Blossoms, Train, Barenaked Ladies, O.A.R. and INXS a la Dave FM but went back to more classic rock in September)

1. U2 (38 titles, 2636 times through Dec. 14)

2. Led Zeppelin

3. Rolling Stones

4. Red Hot Chili Peppers

5. Foo Fighters

6. Green Day

7. Pearl Jam

8. Nickelback

9. Pink Floyd

10. Van Halen

Praise 102.5

1. Hezekiah Walker

2. Mary Mary

3. Marvin Sapp

4. James Fortune & Fiya

5. Kirk Franklin

6. Fred Hammond

7. Donald Lawrence

8. Donnie McClurkin

9. Bebe & CeCe Winans

10. Kurt Carr

B98.5

1. Daughtry (five titles, 4,415 times)

2. Kelly Clarkson

3. Madonna

4. Prince

5. Leona Lewis

6. Colbie Caillat

7. Journey

8. Billy Joel

9. Timbaland/OneRepublic

10. Phil Collins

97.1/The River

1. Eagles (17 titles, 5.097 times)

2. Rolling Stones

3. Steve Miller

4. Queen

5. Fleetwood Mac

6. Led Zeppelin

7. Foreigner

8. Elton John

9. Supertramp

10. Boston

Star 94

1. Pink (9 titles, 5,638 times)

2. The Fray

3. Kelly Clarkson

4. Nickelback

5. Lady Gaga

6. Taylor Swift

7. Miley Cyrus

8. Daughtry

9. Britney Spears

10. Katy Perry

Q100

1. Pink (10 titles, 3,764 spins)

2. The Fray

3. All-American Rejects

4. Lady Gaga

5. Taylor Swift

6. Kelly Clarkson

7. Beyonce

8. Britney Spears

9. Justin Timberlake

10. Jesse McCartney

V-103

1. Beyonce (27 titles, 2,791 spins)

2. Keri Hilson

3. T.I.

4. Trey Songz

5. Keyshia Cole

6. Drake

7. Maxwell

8. Jamie Foxx

9. Ne-Yo

10. The-Dream

Viva 105.7 (thru October untl it became Groove 105.7)

1. Mana

2. Shakira

3. Juanes

4. Aventura

5. Reik

6. Enrique Iglesias

7. Paulina Rubio

8. Luis Fonsi

9. Wisin & Yandel

10. Pepe Aguilar

True Oldies

1. The Beatles (101 titles, 5,167 spins)

2. Beach Boys

3. Rolling Stones

4. Supremes

5. Creedence Clearwater Revival

6. Elvis Presley

7. Temptations

8. Four Seasons

9. Stevie Wonder

10. Chicago

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