Top 10 Vocal Hits From Glee in 2011

Top 10 Vocal Hits from Glee in 2011

This post is about the top 10 vocal hits from Glee in 2011. Never before has a musical series been as popular on the tube as this one.


Along with the characters and storyline, the musical numbers performed by the cast have also grown to be popular, to the extent that the cast has been performing concerts. Glee has just completed its second season. There have been many music solos performed on the show. Here are the Top 10 Hits for Glee 2011.

Don’t Stop Believin’

Journey’s classic ‘Don’t Stop Believin’’ is featured in the ‘Pilot’ episode of Glee. It was the first episode of season 1. It is one of the highest selling solos on the charts in UK, Canada, Australia and the US.

Empire State of Mind

Taking on Jay-Z and Alicia Keys’ smash hit ‘Empire State of Mind’, the glee club members put up a wonderful rendition. Featured as the first song of season 2, this set the pace for the remainder of the season.

Receiving good reviews as well as being featured in the highest rated Glee episode yet, this song is a must-listen for every music lover.

Billionaire

Travie McCoy’s debut single is also featured in the same episode (Audition) as ‘Empire State of Mind.’ McCoy’s first hit single has been given the ‘Glee’ treatment and makes for an entertaining listen. It suits the storyline perfectly, if you are a regular viewer.

Teenage Dream

One of the most acclaimed music solos on Glee has been Katy Perry’s ‘Teenage Dream’, performed by the Warblers on the show’s season 2 episode ‘Never Been Kissed.’

Forget You

Cee-Lo’s Grammy-winning song is performed by guest star Gwyneth Paltrow on the episode ‘The Substitute.’ It is one of the most successful music solos performed on Glee.

Marry You and Just the Way You Are

These two songs by pop music’s new poster boy Bruno Mars are featured in the same episode (Furt). In addition to receiving positive reviews, the songs also managed to make a mark on the charts.

Valerie, Dog Days Are Over and (I’ve had) The Time of My Life

These three songs make up the set list of season 2 episode ‘Special Education.’ ‘Valerie’ is a song by Mark Ronson ft. Amy Winehouse and is performed by Naya Rivera on the show.

Florence and the Machine’s ‘Dog Days Are Over’ is the closing performance of the episode and a lively rendition by the cast. The classic from Dirty Dancing, ‘(I’ve had) The Time of My Life’ is giving the Glee touch in this episode as well.

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(Music from the FOX Television Show). By Various. Piano/Vocal/Guitar Songbook. Softcover. 120 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.313479)
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