Dave Matthews Band, Top 10, List

Top 10 Dave Matthews Band Songs

The Dave Matthews Band has been named a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Programme.

Since 2005, the band has been working with the nonprofit REVERB to design sustainability programs around the band's tours, including fueling trucks and buses with biodiesel, using locally sourced products for catering, and implementing single-use plastic reduction, composting, and recycling. As a result, over the course of 15 years and 20 tours, 121 million pounds of CO2 and 478,000 single-use plastic bottles have been eliminated, 338,000 gallons of recycling have been collected, and 138,000 pounds of food have been composted. The band has also encouraged fans to donate money to a variety of environmental causes, resulting in a total of $2 million raised so far.

With such an awesome spotlight on the band for their attention to the global environment concerns, we decided to take a moment to look at the band's best songs, according to the Billboard Adult Top 40 chart!


"Where Are You Going" (Busted Stuff, 2002)
Peaked: #3 on Oct. 5, 2002


"The Space Between" (Everyday, 2001)
Peaked: #4 on Sept. 1, 2001


"Everyday" (Everyday, 2001)
Peaked: #8 on Feb. 23, 2002


"American Baby" (Stand Up, 2005)
Peaked: #8 on June 4, 2005


"Crash Into Me" (Crash, 1996)
Peaked: #9 on May 31, 1997


"Grey Street" (Busted Stuff, 2002)
Peaked: #18 on Jan. 25, 2003


"Crush" (Before These Crowded Streets, 1998)
Peaked: #20 on April 3, 1999


"Stay (Wasting Time)" (Before These Crowded Streets, 1998)
Peaked: #20 on Aug. 22, 1998


"I Did It" (Everyday, 2001)
Peaked: #20 on March 3, 2001


"Funny The Way It Is" (Big Whiskey & the GrooGrux King, 2009)
Peaked: #21 on May 30, 2009


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Article image: Dave Matthews Band performing at the Palais Theatre in Melbourne in 2005. (Diliff [CC BY 2.5] via Wikimedia Commons.)

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