Tuesday, December 14, 2010


While we're still patiently waiting for our ARIA figures to come through for the week (as we're sure you are too), Aussie music industry bible The Music Network has revealed their end of year charts - celebrating the acts who ruled our airwaves the most throughout the year.
And it's US outfit Train that's come out on top for their single 'Hey, Soul Sister'. Spending 42 weeks on the airplay charts, six of those in the number one position, the single stuck a chord with the Australian record buying public, spending time at No.1 on the ARIA singles chart back in March and April.
The highest played Aussie artist this year was John Butler Trio, while the artist of the year award went to Lady Gaga who spent 254 cumulative weeks on the Australian airplay chart. Ke$ha landed at No.3, while Adam Lambert landed himself at No.7. Guy Sebastian and Stan Walker also made the cut.
For the full listings, head to the Music Network's OFFICIAL WEBSITE.

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