There have been a lot of really great songs released in 2019. This year, we will be revealing our top 100 songs five tunes at a time all the way to number one. Here are our picks for 60-56.
60. The Limboos – Where Did She Go
The limboos are the very definition of an eclectic band. Doing business out of Barcelona, Spain they combine Funk, 60’s Surf, and Soul into a gumbo of Coolness. The greasy sax on “Where Did She Go” is worth the price of admission alone.
59. The Avett Brothers – High Steppin’
This high Steppin’ anthem courtesy of Scott Avett and the Avett Brothers from their album, Closer Than Together, will literally put a little pep in your step.
58. Frank Turner – Sister Rosetta
Frank Turner pays tribute to Sister Rosetta Tharpe, The Godmother of Rock and Roll, the Sister of Soul. This one is a history lesson in a song.
57. Sheryl Crow – Tell Me When It’s Over (feat. Chris Stapelton)
An outstanding duet with Chris Stapelton lamenting that point in a melting relationship where neither party knows it’s over when it actually has been over long ago. This one is from her record, Threads, an album that features in addition to Stapelton, guest turns from Joe Walsh, Jason Isbell, Bonnie Raitt, and several others
56. The Who – All The Music Must Fade
The gut pinch of a rhythm section, this time with Zak Starkey beating the skins, is still in fine form and Roger Daltry is back, but not quite better than ever. On this first single from their upcoming release, The Who. With a “You Better You Bet” feel to it, the song and subsequent record feels like it will be a great last waltz for an iconic band.