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The Number One Hits Of 1977

1977The Number One Hits Of 1977:

November 13, 1976 – January 7, 1977:
Rod StewartTonight’s the Night (Gonna Be Alright)

January 8, 1977 – January 14, 1977:
Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr.You Don’t Have to Be a Star (To Be in My Show)

January 15, 1977 – January 21, 1977:
Leo SayerYou Make Me Feel Like Dancing

January 22, 1977 – January 28, 1977:
Stevie WonderI Wish

January 29, 1977 – February 4, 1977:
Rose RoyceCar Wash

February 5, 1977 – February 18, 1977:
Mary MacGregorTorn Between Two Lovers

February 19, 1977 – February 25, 1977:
Manfred Mann’s Earth BandBlinded by the Light

February 26, 1977 – March 4, 1977:
EaglesNew Kid in Town

March 5, 1977 – March 25, 1977:
Barbra StreisandLove Theme From ‘A Star Is Born’ (Evergreen)

March 26, 1977 – April 8, 1977:
Daryl Hall and John OatesRich Girl

April 9, 1977 – April 15, 1977:
ABBADancing Queen

April 16, 1977 – April 22, 1977:
David SoulDon’t Give Up on Us

April 23, 1977 – April 29, 1977:
Thelma HoustonDon’t Leave Me This Way

April 30, 1977 – May 6, 1977:
Glen CampbellSouthern Nights

May 7, 1977 – May 13, 1977:
EaglesHotel California

May 14, 1977 – May 20, 1977:
Leo SayerWhen I Need You

May 21, 1977 – June 10, 1977:
Stevie WonderSir Duke

June 11, 1977 – June 17, 1977:
KC and the Sunshine BandI’m Your Boogie Man

June 18, 1977 – June 24, 1977:
Fleetwood MacDreams

June 25, 1977 – July 1, 1977:
Marvin GayeGot to Give It Up (Part 1)

July 2, 1977 – July 8, 1977:
Bill ContiGonna Fly Now (Theme From Rocky)

July 9, 1977 – July 15, 1977:
Alan O’DayUndercover Angel

July 16, 1977 – July 22, 1977:
Shaun CassidyDa Doo Ron Ron

July 23, 1977 – July 29, 1977:
Barry ManilowLooks Like We Made It

July 30, 1977 – August 19, 1977:
Andy GibbI Just Want to Be Your Everything

August 20, 1977 – September 30, 1977:
The EmotionsBest of My Love

October 1, 1977 – October 14, 1977:
MecoStar Wars Theme/Cantina Band

October 15, 1977 – December 23, 1977:
Debby BooneYou Light Up My Life

The biggest Pop Artists of 1977 include:
Abba, Alan O’Day, Barbra Streisand, Barry Manilow, Barry White, The Bee Gees, Bob Marley, Brick, The Brothers Johnson, The Commodores, Daryl Hall & John Oates, David Soul, Debby Boone, Donna Summer, The Dramatics, The Eagles, Earth, Wind & Fire, Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), The Emotions, Fleetwood Mac, Heatwave, Johnnie Taylor, KC & the Sunshine Band, Kiss, Leo Sayer, Linda Ronstadt, Lou Rawls, LTD (Love, Togetherness and Devotion), Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr, Natalie Cole, Rose Royce, Rufus featuring Chaka Kahn, Shaun Cassidy, Steve Miller Band, Stevie Wonder, Tavares, Thelma Houston, The Trammps, War

(Data is complied from various charts including: Billboard’s Pop, Rock, Airplay, R&B/Dance and Singles Charts. The Hot 100 is the primary chart used for this list.)


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