Top 20 Songs on Acoustic Pie, July 2010

Once again, I’m happy to announce the results of this month’s voting by online listeners!  Please find below the Top 20 songs on Acoustic Pie Radio for the month of July.

If you haven’t yet heard the beautiful songs and harmonies of the lovely Chapin Sisters at no. 1 this month, I suggest you do so!

Three fabulous San Diego singer/songwriters made the list this month:  Jakob Martin (no. 11), The Donnis Trio (no. 12) and Lindsey Troy at no. 16 (What a voice! And a fearless and inventive songwriter, too).

Thanks for voting and thanks for listening to The Pie!


Top 20 Songs
July 2010
Artist ~ Song ~ Album

1. The Chapin Sisters ~ Bird Song ~ Lake Bottom LP
2. Sarah Jarosz ~ I Can’t Love You Now ~ Song Up In Her Head
3. Lynn Miles ~ Surrender Dorothy ~ Black Flowers
4. Kris Delmhorst ~ Hummingbird ~ Songs for a Hurricane
5. Sons of the Never Wrong ~ Head over Heels ~ On a Good Day…I Am
6. Krista Detor ~ Cover Their Eyes ~ Cover Their Eyes
7. John Gorka ~ Let Them In ~ The Company You Keep
8. The Weepies ~ Somebody Loved ~ Happiness
9. Jonathan Byrd ~ The Law & The Lonesome ~ The Law and the Lonesome
10. Gretchen Peters ~ Ghost ~ Burnt Toast and
11. Jakob Martin ~ Providence ~ Masking the Mirror
12. The Donnis Trio ~ Tip of the Tongue ~ All Directions
13. Craig Lyons ~ Glass Wall ~ On Reflection
14. Ryanhood ~ Stopless ~ The World Awaits
15. Mark Erelli ~ Hope Dies Last ~ Delivered
16. Lindsey Troy ~ War ~ Bruises
17. Emily Kurn ~ I’m Just Like You ~ I’m Just Like You
18. Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer ~ Red (Elegy) ~ Seven is the Number
19. Craig Werth ~ Pidey Eyes ~ The Spokes Man
20. Andy Whittle ~ Ten Thousand Miles ~ Songmaker’s Tale


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