With Who Sang That Song, discover incredible listings of thousands of popular songs, the years they were out and who performed them.
All popular music types are included: Rock, pop, hip-hop, country, rap, disco, soul, oldies, new-wave, alternative rock, rhythm and blues, doo-wop, reggae, punk, etc.
These fun song listings span through all of the most popular music decades: 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s and on. And with many of the listings, you'll even find some lyrics posted to help you recognize a song if you don't know its song title.
- Do you ever perform a song title search or song title by lyrics search?
- Do you sometimes struggle to find out who sings a certain song?
- Are you looking to add a tune to your music collection but don't know who the singer or band was or even what the song title is?
- Would you like to know the artists or music groups that performed popular instrumental songs?
- Do you ever hear an old song on the radio and wish you could find out who the singer or band was?
- Do you want to remember tunes that you loved but forgot even existed?
- Do you want to know which artist sings a current popular song?
- Would you like to know more about who is behind a meaningful song that almost seems like it was sung with you in mind or represents a special time in your life?
- Do you love music and want to learn more about popular songs?
- Would you love to have lists with names of songs and artists at your fingertips?
Well, this website will answer some of your burning music questions, increase your music trivia knowledge and help you find out more information to add music to your collection.
Be sure to check the What's New page regularly for more postings! Plenty more of your favorite song titles will be added. And, watch for future fun page additions too!
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