Idols on the Music Chart

Phillip leads way for Idol on year-end music charts

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Billboard has released its year-end music charts for 2013, and they’re sprinkled with former American Idol contestants.

Phillip Phillips leads the way, based on the performance of his debut album and his first two singles from that album.

Phillip Phillips during his recent show at the Pullo Center in York. (Bil Bowden Photo)

Phillip Phillips during his recent show at the Pullo Center in York. (Bil Bowden Photo)

“The World from the Side of the Moon” checked in at number 14 on the year-ending Billboard 200 chart.

That placed his between “The Lumineers” at number 13 and “The Heist” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis at number 15.

“Home,” Phillips’ mega-hit from Idol, checked in at number 46 on lists of Billboard’s top singles from 2013; the song was number 49 on last year’s chart.

The followup, “Gone, Gone, Gone” was number 61 on the year-end chart.

Billboard’s Top Artists chart for 2013 lists Phillip at number 26.

The other two former Idol contestants to make that list were Carrie Underwood and Kelly Clarkson.

For perspective, Kelly was number 16 on the 2012 top artist list.

Others making that list last year included Carrie Underwood at number 31, Scotty McCreery at 93 and Phillip Phillips at 95.

Here’s a look at where Idols landed on various year-end charts.

Top Artists:

26: Phillip Phillips
43: Carrie Underwood
47: Kelly Clarkson

Billboard 200:

14: “The World from the Other Side of the Moon,” Phillip Phillips
31: “Blown Away,” Carrie Underwood
42: “Greatest Hits, Vol. 1,” Kelly Clarkson
98: “Christmas with Scotty,” Scotty McCreery
104: “Side Effects of You,” Fantasia
170: “Wrapped in Red,” Kelly Clarkson

Hot 100

46: “Home,” Phillip Phillips
61: “Gone, Gone Gone,” Phillip Phillips
68: “Catch My Breath,” Kelly Clarkson

Country Albums

9: “Blown Away,” Carrie Underwood
25: “Christmas with Scotty,” Scotty McCreery
47: “See You Tonight,” Scotty McCreery
48: “Frame by Frame,” Cassadee Pope (from The Voice)

Hot Country Songs

26: “See You Again,” Carrie Underwood
29: “Two Black Cadillacs,” Carrie Underwood
45: “Blown Away,” Carrie Underwood
49: “Wasting All These Tears,” Cassadee Pope (from The Voice)
80: “See You Tonight,” Scotty McCreery

Christian albums

9: “A Messenger,” Colton Dixon
25: “Overcomer,” Mandisa

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