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Billboard Music Charts

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Billlboard music charts rank the popularity of songs and albums by genre. The most popular Billboard chart is the Hot 100, featuring the top 100 songs of the moment based on radio airplay. Ask questions about past and present chart toppers here.
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'Starred Eye' by Michael Holiday.
Hot Child in the City-Nick Gilder
"Open the door, Richard" by Count Basie and His Orchestra. (I just searched this so... Yeah xD)
Summer in the City-Lovin' Spoonful
Sugar, Sugar - The Archies
The Ballad of Davy Crockett by Bill Hayes
The nuumber one song on December 24th 1958 was by the chipmuncks...."please Christmas don't be late"
Sheila by Tommy Roe followed by Sherry-by the Four Seasons
"I'll Be There" by the Jackson Five was the number 1 hit song on November 6, 1970.
The No. 1 HOT 100 Billboard Hit of 1960 was "A Summer Place (Theme)" by Percy Faith.
We are never ever getting back together, One Night, Whistle
The number one song on October 15, 1958 was "It's All in the Game" by Tommy Edwards.
"We Can Work It Out" by the Beatles was the number 1 hit on January 28,1962.
Surf city-Jan and Dean
Memories Are Made Of This - Dean Martin
I'm leavin' it up to you-Dale and Grace
It was "I Want to Hold Your Hand" by The Beatles
Some of the Country Music Hits of 1967 Included: Walk Through This World With Me - George Jones - #1 on country music charts. Jackson - Johnny Cash with June Carter - #2 on country music charts. Don't Come Home A' Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind) - Loretta Lynn - #1 on country music...
Number One in 1988 was Need You Tonight by INXS
The #1 hit by country artist Hank Locklin, "Please Help Me, I'm Falling."
Too Close, This Boy is Mine, You're Still the One, Truly Madly Deeply, Together Again.
'The Lion Sleeps Tonight' by The Tokens.
Ben Folds - Picture Window Dashboard Confessional - Vindicated
Both the Locomotion by Grand funk and The Streak by Ray Stevens
The chart for that date is based on the sales from 10th September -The new chart was not released until 17th September. here is the top 50 UK chart for 10th September 1978 which wouldhave been in place for teh 16th of the month as the new chart wasnot compiiled until 17th September 1978; 1 THREE...
Sugar Shack by Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs
The UK number one was Clive Dunn - Grandad, In the USA it was My Sweet Lord by George Harrison
"Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy" by Red Foley
its published by billboard magazine
If you go to record research.com you will find the book you needas Joel Whitburn has printed a chart book with all the artists andall there hit records in it from record world 1954 to 1982 I have acopy myself cheers rob
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Bill Haley and the Comets with rock around the clock. Bill Haley SK(APEX)
In 1964, Where Did Our Love Go was the first number one song by The Supremes. Earlier in the year, The Supremes broke through with When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes, which hit number 20 on both Cashbox and Tunecaster. Previously, in 1963, three songs showed up briefly on the...
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Release Me by Wilson Philipps
Difficult question to answer. The first song ever in the charts was Let me Go Lover by Joan Weber in January, 1955...hardly a rock and roll song. Pick from the following songs to say which one YOU think was the first rock record, all in 1955. Dance with me Henry by Georgia Gibbs in May, or Rock...
Albums selling one million units and singles selling two million units.
Grease and Boogie Oogie Oogie
Help followed by Eve of Destruction
it got as high as #7 on the US music charts, #5 in Canada
TOP 10 BEST SELLING FEMALE SOLO ARTISTS: (sales include albums, singles, music videos, etc.) ARTIST - CERTIFIED SALES 1. Madonna - 157.6 MILLION 2. Celine Dion - 133.6 MILLION 3. Mariah Carey - 118.5 MILLION 4. Whitney Houston - 97.4 MILLION 5. Barbara Streisand - 93...
One Direction - What Makes You Beautiful
"Poor Little Fool" by Ricky Nelson on August 4, 1958. I disagree I believe it is Let Me Go Lover by Joan Weber in 1955
We are never ever getting back together by Taylor Swift
Because you loved me Always be my baby The Crossroads How do U want it You're makin' me high
I'm a Believer by The Monkees
at this precise moment it is Rihanna-Only girl in the world, but it could change next week :)
If Wishes Came True - by Sweet Sensation
Are You Lonesome Tonight by Elvis Presley.
First it was Lady by Kenny Rogers followed by Starting Over by John Lennon
"Viva La Vida"- Coldplay : Alternative Rock /Baroque pop ( June 28, 2008) "Hey There Delilah"- Plain White T's : Acoustic/Indie Rock (July 28- August 4, 2007) "Makes Me Wonder"- Maroon 5 : Funk Rock/ Pop Rock (May 12-19, 2007) "A Moment Like This"- Kelly Clarkson : Soft Rock (Oct 5- 12, 2002)
Maria Bonita is the name of a Mexican song written by Agustin Lara. Its words in English was made by Bobby Worth. Why anyone in the world has not these lyrics? The song was performed by Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Cyro Aguiar a Brazilian singer, but lyrics that is good, nothing? Anyone in the...
One Sweet Day by Mariah CArey and Boyz II Men 16 weeks in 1995
top 10 songs: 10-Just Can't Get Enough-Black Eyed Peas 9-Born This Way-Lady Gaga 8-How to Love-Lil' Wayne 7-On the Floor-Jennifer Lopez 6-I Love You This Big-Scotty McCreery 5-The Lazy Song-Bruno Mars 4-Party Rock Anthem-LAMFO 3-The Edge of Glory-Lady Gaga 2-Give Me Everything-Pitbull 1-Rolling in...
The billboard top 40 charts began in January, 1955
Tossin' and Turnin' by Bobby Lewis Exodus by Ferrante and Teicher Wonderland by Night by Bert Kaempfert Big Bad John by Jimmy Dean Travelin' Man by Ricky Nelson Will you Love me Tomorrow by The Shirelles Pony Time by Chubby Checker Runaway by Del Shannon Calcutta by Lawrence Welk Runaround Sue by...
The closer to 1 the better. Usually going up means it is heading towards number 1
Very subjective question. IMO, it's Old Brown Shoe.
Only one grateful dead song made it to the billboard 100. Touch of Grey because when in the dark came out in 1987 touch of grey was on there and every fan went crazy over it.
Eye of the Tiger by Survivor
Maggie May/Reason to Believe-Rod Stewart
Elton John with Lucy in the Sky, Philadelphia Freedom and Island Girl
Including collaborations, Tammy Wynette had 20 #1 hits.