The singer/songwriter made his Billboard chart debut in 1965 with the band The Byrds and its smash Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit “Mr. Tambourine Man.” The group, recognized for its jangling guitars and layered harmonies, additionally topped the record with “Flip! Flip! Flip! (To All the pieces There Is a Season).” Whereas Crosby departed The Byrds in 1967, he would proceed to notch new hit albums and singles via collaborative initiatives and solo work on via his 2021 studio album For Free, which reached the highest 10 on the Americana/Folk Albums chart.
Crosby logged 17 prime 40-charting songs on the Sizzling 100, spanning his solo work and as a part of The Byrds and the supergroups Crosby, Stills & Nash and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Younger. (Stills, Nash and Younger are Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Younger.)
Amongst Crosby’s Sizzling 100 hits are The Byrds’ pair of No. 1s, which each topped the record in 1965; “Flip!” notched three weeks atop the record, whereas “Mr. Tambourine Man” spent one week at No. 1. The 2 songs are Crosby’s all-time largest hits on the Sizzling 100 (we depend down his prime 20 hits, under). His all-time rating contains such acquainted CSNY favorites as “Educate Your Youngsters,” “Our Home” and “Southern Cross.”
On the Billboard 200 albums chart, Crosby’s work throughout his solo, collaborative and band initiatives yielded 22 prime 40-charting efforts. Of these, 10 reached the highest 10 – together with a trio of No. 1s within the early Nineteen Seventies from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Younger (Deja Vu in 1970, 4 Means Avenue in 1971 and So Far in 1974).
David Crosby’s High 20 Billboard Sizzling 100 hits chart is predicated on precise efficiency on the weekly Billboard Sizzling 100 via Jan. 21, 2022. Songs are ranked primarily based on an inverse level system, with weeks at No. 1 incomes the best worth and weeks at No. 100 incomes the least. On account of adjustments in chart methodology through the years, sure eras are weighted to account for various chart turnover charges over numerous intervals.