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The Number One Hits Of 1979

1979The Number One Hits Of 1979:
December 9, 1978 – January 5, 1979:
ChicLe Freak

January 6, 1979 – February 9, 1979:
Bee GeesToo Much Heaven

February 10, 1979 – March 9, 1979:
Rod StewartDa Ya Think I’m Sexy

March 10, 1979 – March 23, 1979:
Gloria GaynorI Will Survive

March 24, 1979 – April 13, 1979:
Bee GeesTragedy

April 14, 1979 – April 20, 1979:
The Doobie BrothersWhat a Fool Believes

April 21, 1979 – April 27, 1979:
Amii StewartKnock on Wood

April 28, 1979 – May 4, 1979:
BlondieHeart of Glass

May 5, 1979 – June 1, 1979:
Peaches & HerbReunited

June 2, 1979 – June 8, 1979:
Donna SummerHot Stuff

June 9, 1979 – June 29, 1979:
Bee GeesLove You Inside Out

June 30, 1979 – July 13, 1979:
Anita WardRing My Bell

July 14, 1979 – August 17, 1979:
Donna SummerBad Girls

August 18, 1979 – August 24, 1979:
ChicGood Times

August 25, 1979 – October 5, 1979:
The KnackMy Sharona

October 6, 1979 – October 12, 1979:
Robert JohnSad Eyes

October 13, 1979 – October 19, 1979:
Michael JacksonDon’t Stop ’til You Get Enough

October 20, 1979 – November 2, 1979:
Herb AlpertRise

November 3, 1979 – November 9, 1979:
MPop Muzik

November 10, 1979 – November 16, 1979:
EaglesHeartache Tonight

November 17, 1979 – November 23, 1979:
CommodoresStill

November 24, 1979 – December 7, 1979:
Barbra Streisand and Donna SummerNo More Tears (Enough Is Enough)

December 8, 1979 – December 21, 1979:
StyxBabe

December 22, 1979 – January 4, 1980:
Rupert HolmesEscape (The Pi�a Colada Song)

The biggest Pop Artists of 1979 include:
A Taste of Honey, Ashford & Simpson, Barbra Streisand, The Bar-Kays, Barry Manilow, The Bee Gees, Billy Joel, Blondie, Chic, The Commodores, The Doobie Brothers, Donna Summer, Dr. Hook, Earth, Wind & Fire, Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), Foreignor, George Benson, GQ, Herb Alpert, Instant Funk, John Travolta, Kenny Rogers, The Knack, Kool & the Gang, McFadden & Whitehead, Micheal Jackson, Olivia Newton-John, Parliament/ Funkadelic, Peaches & Herb, Peaches & Herb, Player, Prince, Queen, Rod Stewart, Rufus featuring Chaka Kahn, Rupert Holmes, Sister Sledge, Steely Dan, Styx, Sugarhill Gang, Supertramp, Village People

(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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