2009 in music

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This topic covers notable events and articles related to 2009 in music.

Specific locations

Specific genres

Events

January

Mariah Carey performing "Hero" at the Inauguration Ball for President Obama.

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Bands formed

Bands reformed

Returning performers

Bands disbanded

Bands on hiatus

Albums released

Best-selling albums globally and in the U.S.

The best-selling records in 2009 in the world according to IFPI:[87]

Position Album Title Artist
1 I Dreamed a Dream Susan Boyle
2 The E.N.D. The Black Eyed Peas
3 This Is It Michael Jackson
4 Fearless Taylor Swift
5 The Fame Lady Gaga
6 Crazy Love Michael Bublé
7 No Line on the Horizon U2
8 Thriller Michael Jackson
9 Number Ones Michael Jackson
10 My Christmas Andrea Bocelli

The best-selling records in 2009 in the US according to Nielsen Soundscan:[88]

Position Album Title Artist
1 Fearless Taylor Swift
2 I Dreamed a Dream Susan Boyle
3 Number Ones Michael Jackson
4 The Fame Lady Gaga
5 My Christmas Andrea Bocelli
6 Hannah Montana: The Movie (soundtrack) Hannah Montana
7 The E.N.D. The Black Eyed Peas
8 Relapse Eminem
9 The Blueprint 3 Jay-Z
10 Only by the Night Kings of Leon

Top hits on record in the world

Canada

United Kingdom

UK Official Top 75 No. 1 Hits

UK Official Top 75 Hits – Singles which have ranked within Top 20

United States

Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 Hits

Billboard Hot 100 Hits – Singles which have ranked within Top 20

Classical music

See 2009 in classical music

Opera

Operas which premiered in 2009 include:

Musical films

Deaths

January–February

March–April

May–June

July–August

September–October

November–December

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External links

  • Germany Top 100 Singles – 2009
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