Top 20 Beach Music Bands

Based on stats week ending November 4th, 2022, here is the top 20 Beach Music Artists clicked on at BeachMusicOnline.com

Thanks for supporting the beach music artists and me, “Bo The Webguy”

~Bo the Webguy

In Summary….

With my website, Beach Music Online, I have been sending Internet traffic to beach music artist websites from the beach music artist and band schedule page for over 17 years. This list below is simply a ranking based on the activity of the thousands of beach music fans that visit this bmo website and schedule webpage.

If your favorite artist is not listed on the beach music online band schedule page, please use the comments from below and tell me who is missing. I will add them once I get permission from the artist to link to their schedule. ( Requirement, they must have a website schedule page and it has to be somewhat updated. If they are still showing their next event as Magnolia Picking Festival 1996, they may not be approved to be added to the list).

Top Beach Music Artists*

1 Band of Oz
2 Jim Quick & Coastline
3 The Embers featuring Craig Woolard
4 The Entertainers
5 too MUCH SyLviA
6 The Catalinas
7 Cat5
8 Blackwater Band
9 Gary Lowder & Smokin’ Hot
10 The Tonez
11 Holiday Band
12 Chairmen of the Board featuring Ken Knox
13 Tim Clark Band
14 The Castaways
15 Main Event Band
16 The Tams
17 East Coast Rhythm & Blues Band
18 Rick Strickland Band featuring Lesa Hudson
19 Sand Band
20 Pink Slips Band

 

*Ranking based on Website Clicks from BeachMusicOnline.com during the last 28 days. #1 represents the highest number of clicks to the band’s website. #20 represents the last band reported for this period.


14 thoughts on “Top 20 Beach Music Bands”

  1. I like this list a lot…are the Chairmen still active? I have a hard time finding them performing very often. Love Oz (wish they would slow down a couple of songs)…Love Catalinas too and look forward to seeing them in NMB this weekend

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  2. I think older bands should be listed. Even though some have passed way, they should not br forgotten, or their music rarely played. It is a good thing to honor those that used go be number 1, and not forget them, or not play their music because they passed away, or are no longer playing music. They are and were the best when they played, and many fans still long to hear their music!

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