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What was the number one song in January 1952?

What was the number one song in January 1952?

List of Billboard number-one singles of 1952

Issue date Best Sellers in Stores Most Played in Jukeboxes
January 5 “Cry” Johnnie Ray and The Four Lads “Slow Poke” Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys
January 12
January 19
January 26 “Cry” Johnnie Ray and The Four Lads

What was the number one song in December of 1952?

These are the songs that reached number one on the Top 50 Best Sellers chart in 1952 as published by Cash Box magazine. Until October 25, 1952, artists were not specified in the charts of this period so songs may represent more than one version….List of Cash Box Best Sellers number-one singles of 1952.

Issue date Song Artist
December 27 “Why Don’t You Believe Me” Joni James

What was going on in 1952?

MAJOR EVENTS: U.S. begins construction of first nuclear submarine, the Nautilus. U.S. detonates world’s first hydrogen bomb. Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Richard Nixon defends himself against charges of maintaining a secret slush fund in his “Checkers” speech, broadcast on national television.

What was the number one song on December 7th 1952?

The number one song in the week of December 07, 1952 was I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus by Jimmy Boyd in US and Here In My Heart by Al Martino in UK.

Who were the popular entertainers in 1952?

1952 Pop Standards and Artists

  • Don Howard. Oh Happy Day.
  • Frank Sinatra. I Get A Kick Out Of You.
  • Gene Kelly. Singin’ in the Rain.
  • Four Aces. Heart and Soul.
  • Hank Williams. Jambalaya.
  • Karen Chandler. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me.
  • The Mills Brothers. Glow Worm.
  • Johnny Ray. Walkin’ My Baby Back Home.

What was 1952 Famous?

Who was the most famous singer in the 50s?

Top 100 Artists of the 50s

  • Elvis Presley.
  • Fats Domino.
  • Chuck Berry.
  • Little Richard.
  • The Everly Brothers.
  • Bill Haley & His Comets.
  • Ray Charles.
  • Buddy Holly & The Crickets.

What was the #1 song in August 1951?

List of Billboard number-one singles of 1951

Issue date Best Sellers in Stores Most Played by Jockeys
July 21 “Too Young” Nat King Cole “Too Young” Nat King Cole
July 28 “Come on-a My House” Rosemary Clooney “Come on-a My House” Rosemary Clooney
August 4
August 11

What happened December 7th 1952?

The Great Smog of 1952 became so thick and dense that by December 7 there was virtually no sunlight and visibility was reduced to five yards in many places.