|Birth name||Tina Ann Amato|
Tina Ann Amato is a classically trained vocalist from Long Island, New York, who has had success on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play and Hot Dance Airplay charts. Under her full name of Tina A. Amato, she writes much of her own material, her music fitting into the dance-pop and Eurodance genres.
In 2000, she hit number 1 with "Don't Want Another Man", produced by Dynamix. She then had several hits on her own: "In My Dreams" (#22 in 2001) and "I Do" (#10 in 2003). Her hit single, "Rise Again" followed in 2005. All of her singles are included in her 2003 album Situations, involving various producers, such as The Orange Factory and her father, Sal Amato, as executive producer.
Her version of Mike + The Mechanics' "All I Need Is a Miracle" is included in the 2004 release by Bad Boy Joe, The Best of NYC Vocal Clubhouse: 1 AM Sessions, which also features performances by Deborah Cox and Melanie C, among others.  
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Deborah Ann Gibson is an American singer-songwriter, pianist, record producer and actress.
Tammy Wynette was an American country music singer-songwriter and musician and was one of country music's best-known artists and biggest-selling female singers during the late 1960s and first half of the 1970s.
Lee Ann Womack is an American country music singer, songwriter, and musician. Her 2000 single, "I Hope You Dance" was a major crossover music hit, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Country Chart and the Top 15 of the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her signature song.
Karl Martin Sandberg, known professionally as Max Martin, is a Swedish record producer, songwriter, and retired singer. He rose to prominence in the late 1990s making a string of hit singles such as Britney Spears's "...Baby One More Time" (1998), the Backstreet Boys' "I Want It That Way" (1999), Céline Dion's "That's the Way It Is" (1999) and NSYNC's "It's Gonna Be Me" (2000).
"Let's Stay Together" is a song by American singer Al Green from his 1972 album of the same name. It was produced and recorded by Willie Mitchell, and mixed by Mitchell and Terry Manning. Released as a single in 1971, "Let's Stay Together" reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and remained on the chart for 16 weeks and also topped Billboard's R&B chart for nine weeks. Billboard ranked it as the number 11 song of 1972.
Kristine Elizabeth Weitz, widely known by her stage name Kristine W, is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and entrepreneur. She is most widely known as a dance music artist. Born and raised in Pasco, Washington, she found early success competing in pageants and talent contests, winning Miss Washington and a preliminary swimsuit award as well as a NFT award in the Miss America pageant. Kristine W is now one of the most popular dance club artists of all time, with 17 #1s to date on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart. She is currently listed among Billboard's 8 Greatest of All Time Top Dance Club Artists, and she was ranked number three in Billboard's Top Dance Artists of the Decade. She is especially popular in the gay community and is an outspoken supporter of LGBT rights, frequently performing at pride rallies and charity events for pro-LGBT organizations throughout the U.S.
Taylor Dayne is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. She rose to fame in 1987 after her debut single "Tell It to My Heart". Dayne achieved six additional U.S. top-10 singles, including "Love Will Lead You Back", "Prove Your Love", and "I'll Always Love You".
Loleatta Holloway was an American singer known for disco songs such as "Hit and Run" and "Love Sensation". In December 2016, Billboard named her the 95th most successful dance artist of all time. According to the Independent, Holloway is the most sampled female singer in popular music, used in house and dance tracks such as the 1989 single "Ride on Time".
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Dynamix is an electronic and dance music duo consisting of producers Jeremy Skaller and Eddie Cumana. Their first hit, "Don't Want Another Man" hit #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 2000. They followed this with "Never Get Me", a #17 dance hit featuring singer Nina Eve.
Janice Robinson is an American singer, initially known as a member of 1990s Italian Eurodance group Livin' Joy before she embarked on a solo career.
Jean McClain, better known as Pepper Mashay, is an American soul, house and dance music singer-songwriter who has had success as a touring and studio performer.
"I Can't Stand the Rain" is a song originally recorded by Ann Peebles in 1973, and written by Peebles, Don Bryant, and Bernard "Bernie" Miller. Other hit versions were later recorded by Eruption, Tina Turner and Lowell George. The original version is ranked at 197 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Cyndi Almouzni, best known at the beginning of her music career in the United States as Cherie, is a French pop and dance music singer coming from Marseille. Her 2004 hit "I'm Ready" hit number one on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.
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"I Need You" is a song written by Dennis Matkosky and Ty Lacy. Performed by American country pop artist LeAnn Rimes, it was released on July 25, 2000, as a single from Jesus: Music From and Inspired by the Epic Mini-Series. The song spent 25 weeks on the US Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at number 11, and it was also successful outside the US, reaching the top 20 in Canada, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. A music video was released in 2000.
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This is a list of artists with the most number-ones on the U.S. Billboard Dance Club Songs chart. Madonna currently holds the record for the most number-one songs in the 43-year history of the chart, with 50. The only other artists to have achieved more than 20 chart toppers are Rihanna (33) and Beyonce (22). Janet Jackson has accumulated 20 number-ones during her career, followed by Katy Perry with 19, and Jennifer Lopez with 18. Mariah Carey and Kristine W are tied with 17. Donna Summer has 16, Lady Gaga has 15, while Dave Audé, Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, Kylie Minogue, David Guetta, and Whitney Houston have attained 14 apiece. Two acts have attained thirteen number-one songs: Deborah Cox and Yoko Ono.