In this post, you will find great Charts Quotes from famous people, such as Patti LaBelle, Ellie Goulding, Carrie Brownstein, Richard Corliss, Delta Goodrem. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Women are dominating the charts, and women are doing it for themselves. We’re kicking butt and taking no prisoners.
To me, it’s exciting that women are dominating the pop charts.
I can’t control how high my song goes on the charts, you know what I mean. I mean, I can sway it a little bit by working as hard as I can, hopefully being a decent person and giving good interviews and working hard on the road and being nice to people and shaking hands and doing everything you can do.
I never envisioned being number one for five weeks, knocking Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men off the charts. That’s the scariest thing and the greatest thing that ever happened to me.
Belushi was one of my very first heroes. At a time when film, television, and music were undergoing tectonic shifts within American culture, he was at the center of it all. At that moment, he had the number one show on television, the number one film at the box office, and the number one record on the charts.
The energy behind Mr. Trump is just off the charts. This is a rank and file movement that you’re seeing, with massive turnouts from New Hampshire down to Mississippi, Alabama. I mean, his supporters are representative of the entire country.
A lot of time, if you spend too much time in Nashville, songwriters get caught up in charts and numbers and the music business politics.
Usually I try not to pay attention to the charts, because I don’t want to be like, ‘Damn, I came in at Number 237.’
Every company has two organizational structures: The formal one is written on the charts; the other is the everyday relationship of the men and women in the organization.
The intensity of the Super Bowl is one-of-a-kind. An NBA finals is best-of-seven. But the Super Bowl, one game, winner-take-all. The intensity is off the charts.
Probably the biggest-kept secret about ‘Ring of Honor‘ is that when you go to see a live show – I’ve had people in their 60s from down in North Carolina that have seen a lot of wrestling tell me that it was the greatest live wrestling show they’ve ever been to. The atmosphere is off the charts.
I don’t really look at the charts at all. If anything, I try to out-do what I’ve done before. I try to make music that I like and I trust my own judgement with what will work with a wider audience. If you compare yourself to the charts, you lose perspective on what you’re doing and why you’re doing it.
I feel like I’m a product of this generation where everybody listens to charts with diverse music.
I have no aspirations of world domination through the pop charts. None at all.
It’s very satisfying when you see your song at the top of the charts.
Obviously Spawn was at the top of the charts at that point so you get a lot of opportunities.
We do a big business with our midsized-venue model. We don’t need bands to be on the top-ten charts to make money.
It’s interesting, because as a musician, I don’t feel like I need to be on the top of the pop charts.
Even when I lost my job at CBS News, I set up shop in my youngest daughter‘s bedroom and started Brainstormin’ Productions and the Hannah Storm Foundation. And guess who was there, visiting me and enthusiastically making business charts and graphs that covered my entire kitchen table? My dad, of course.
When you’re in a band you can stay a teenager for years; my mood was determined by what number we were in the charts.
Social media can sometimes influence the charts, but I think that only great music makes it to the top. The good songs make it.
I’m not going to lie. I check the iTunes charts. It’s all about the iTunes charts. I only go on the Internet for the iTunes charts and basketball blogs.
Chart numbers can be deceiving. An album doesn’t have to sell that much these days to show up really high on the charts.
I listen to songs that are usually on the music charts.
Every single thing that I was told that I couldn’t do without a label – get in the charts, get on to the Radio 1 playlist – I’ve done.
I want to speak for people that may not feel like they’re being spoken for at the moment. And I want to make a connection between the world around us and the charts.
When I was doing dancehalls, nobody was doing well in dancehalls. Dancehalls was not mainstream music that was blazing charts and knocking down barriers. This was an underground phenom.
I could have taken the easy life and just done classical, but I felt very strongly about the album, my first pop album, the first time that I’d fused so many influences. I was very proud when it was in the charts in 25 countries at once.
I mean we will have some of the best and brightest men and women in the country. We have some of the most entrepreneurial spirit, not only in communications, but cybersecurity is a growth industry that’s going off the charts that we are a hub here in San Diego.
It can be disheartening to see acts that don’t necessarily have any input on their own material to do so well in the charts.
Any patient who has a serious illness requiring multiple doctors understands the frustration of lost medical charts, repeated procedures, or having to share the same information over and over with different doctors and nurses.
DJs are in incredible competition, musically. And they are the most musically creative and sensitive people in all the music charts. I am amazed how they are.
I never did any training in journalism or in finance, so I really was in the deep end. I got very good at going to press conferences and nodding. I’d figure it out when I got back to the office. Charts and numbers. I’ve never been great with facts, ever, my whole life. For a journalist, that’s not a very good trait.
For the first ten years of my career, I felt suffocated. People constantly stood over me while I tried to create. And in 2009, I hit rock bottom. I couldn’t find myself because I was looking to be defined by the music industry or by being number one on the Billboard charts.
I make charts of songs that are good candidates, good targets, so to speak. Then I try to come up with ideas for parodies. And 99% of those ideas are horrible.
Women are strong now. Women are dominating the charts, and women are doing it for themselves. We’re kicking butt and taking no prisoners.
It would be nice to be on the charts again, nice to be recognised.
The packaging of Led Zeppelin‘s IV doesn’t have the name of the band, doesn’t have the name of the album: It’s got a guy on the cover with a load of sticks on his back. This record didn’t quite get to No. 1 in the United States – it went to No. 2 – but stayed on the charts for years and years and years.
I’m going to build an empire. I’m always writing for someone else. I want to be someone who has her fingerprints all over the pop charts.
Deep down, I always had a belief I would get on the charts.