On AT40, Mick Jagger skipped the '00s. The Rolling Stones had "Rock And A Hard Place" in 1990 on AT40 (and later "Out of Tears" in 1994 on Casey's Top 40). Then he was featured on will.i.am's "T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever)" in 2011.
I don't know if Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones would hit the Billboard Hot 100 chart and/or Ryan Seacrest's AT40 soon with their recently released song and music video "Living in a Ghost Town" since it became the #1 downloaded song on iTunes after its April 23, 2020 release.
Post by johnnywest on May 10, 2021 18:35:21 GMT -5
Mark Morrison charted in 1997 with "Return of the Mack," then skipped the '00s and '10s. He made the Top 40 on Mediabase as a featured artist on "Provide." It was a Breakout on AT40 this past weekend but I'm not sure if it will make it.
Billy Vera had a 'Country Girl in the 60s then took Care of himself in the 80s.
Odd thing about Billy's short late '60s chart career, both with and without Judy Clay: Don't think I've ever heard the #36 "Country Girl-City Man" (no airplay that I can recall in my area), but I do remember his/their two lower-charting singles, the #54 "Storybook Children" (with Judy) and especially his solo single "With Pen In Hand", which peaked at #43. That one was a real tear-jerker, as I recall.
Post by johnnywest on Aug 17, 2021 18:39:01 GMT -5
I may be getting ahead of myself, but Elton John's new song "Cold Heart" with Dua Lipa is at #51 on the current Mediabase chart and could bring him back to the Top 40 after skipping the first 2 decades of the 21st century.