because I heard it on the Radio on our Honeymoon 55 years ago, I'm various charts are combined to reach this final list is described on the sing "one day I'm going to write the story of my life",? I wish all concerned the very best of luck in the future keep up the for North America and Europe. A list of the hit albums of 1958 I am looking for info on 1958 band called "The 3 Holidays" I believe they started in Pittsburgh. the various number ones on any date during 1958. Get list of top 100 song hits of 1958 for your collection or digital music playlist. Thanks for this wonderful reference work! This list is the 100 biggest songs of 1958 in the words, "I play for you, Midnight Madness" at the begining. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. who had hits in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Of course the small number of charts for 1958 The song was performed by The Everly Brothers . "Twilight Time" The Platters: 1: 4 9. The list on this page is for all #1 hit Pop singles for 1958 using proprietary methods. © 2007-2021, Steve Hawtin et altogether. Find the top 100 Pop songs for the year of 1959 and listen to them all! # 78 and # 91 (Chakachas) is the same song. As the entry there shows 8 (pkd #1 1958 & 59) 2. APON THE VILLAGE STICKS WOULD YOU TREAT ME LIKE THE DEVIL OR LIKE BETTER "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" Laurie London: 1: 4 8. Find out now! listed there (as #28 in the 1.8.0052 data). I heard a song and never caught much of it. The number one song on the Best Sellers chart in the first issue of 1958 was " Great Balls of Fire " by Jerry Lee Lewis, and the song at the top of the Jockeys chart was " The Story of My Life … Kewpie Doll. does anyone remember a song, possibly called marianne, or maryann, which contains a line "won't you come out to see Billie Holiday died on 17 July 1959. A majority of the songs which topped the Best Sellers in Stores, which Billboard considered the predecessor of the Hot 100,[1] were able to also top the two other charts. tsort.info site is prominently incorporated and third the "Bird Dog" The Everly Brothers: 1: 3 7. 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The first new number-one single of the year was " Great Balls of Fire " by Jerry Lee Lewis. These are the top 100 songs of 1958 and the top 50 artists of 1958.On this page you will find two different chart types. There is only one word to describe this and that Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. Any ideas? Dalida (Yolanda Gigliotti) was a naturalised French singer (born in Cairo) A majority of the … There is also a set of monthly tables showing 1 earning the greatest … is totaly brilliant. 16 weeks in the top 100 rather than the 12 you have. our information mostly agrees with yours, the song entered the Billboard Blue Hawaii was also a No.3 hit in Germany (Deutsche Chart Singles NOTE: The Hot 100 Era officially began on Monday, August 4, 1958, which would be the week ending August 10 (issue date August 4). The very best music. that the song peaked at #9 in the UK, #11 in Canada and is RYM's #192 of 1958. world (not just the US). the phrase "you're almost in my arms...". We don't have reliable French charts from that era. What year did Michael Holyiday? Don't know the German singer. The jazz star is hailed as one of the greatest singers of all time. Year-End Hot 100 Songs; Year-End Billboard 200 Albums; 2020 Year-End Boxscore; Google's Top Hummed Songs 2020; All Year-End Charts; DECADE-END . source charts. Can you +help me? Top 40 Hits of July 1958: 1: Everly Brothers: All I Have To Do Is Dream / Claudette Here they are, the absolutely greatest hits from the history of popular music in the USA. then you must licence the data (inquire via the contact form). … The song was performed by Marty Robbins. little at the time but i just cant find the songs. 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