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Chart Topping Songs of 2019

Happy New Year from the Smooth Jazz Network!

Today we figured would be the perfect day to look back on all of the songs of 2019 that made it all the way to the #1 spot on our weekly Top 20 countdown. So as you look ahead to 2020, take a moment to look back on these very talented musicians and what they gave to us last year.

Our overall #1 song of the year, Walter Beasley's "It's Alright", topped the chart for 3 weeks in a row, as did Four80East's "Cinco Cinco Seis." Keiko Matsui, Ragan Whiteside, and Walter Beasley all had not one but two number one songs this year! Congratulations to them and to everyone else on this list!

If you're interested in any of the songs, just click on them and you'll be taken to either the artists' website or where the song is available for purchase.

Adam Hawley, "Just Dance"

Ben Tankard, "Rise!"

Bob James Trio, "Topside"

Brian Culbertson, "Morning Walk"

Byron Miller, "The B Spot"

Carol Albert, "Femme Flight"

Cindy Bradley, "Wind Chill Factor"

David Benoit, "Dave G"

Dave Koz & Friends, "Before I Let Go"

Eric Darius, "Fired Up"

Four80East, "Cinco Cinco Seis"

Gerald Albright, "4 on the Floor"

Greg Manning, "Top Down"

Gregory Goodloe, "Stylin'"

Jazmin Ghent, "Amends"

Jeff Ryan, "Sweet Spot"

Johnny Britt, "Hot Fun in the Summer"

Joyce Cooling, "It's So Amazing"

JT Project Ft. Najee, "Backyard Brew"

Julian Vaughn, "Black Dynamite"

Keiko Matsui, "Spirit Dance"

Keiko Matsui, "Moon Over Gotham"

Kim Scott, "Emerge"

Lisa Addeo, "Listen to This"

Michael J Thomas, "I'll Never Love Again"

Nicholas Cole Ft. Chieli Minucci, "Soulmate"

Nick Colionne, "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)"

Norman Brown, "The King is Here"

Paul Hardcastle, "Happy Go Lucky"

Phil Denny, "Feel Alright"

Ragan Whiteside, "See You At the Get Down"

Ragan Whiteside, "Jam It"

Rick Braun, "Crossroads"

Riley Richard, "Captivate Me"

The Rippingtons, "Silver Arrows"

Thom Rotella, "Eddie's Ready"

Vincent Ingala, "Snap, Crackle, Pop"

Walter Beasley, "Skip to My Lew"

Walter Beasley, "It's Alright"

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