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The Number One Hits Of 1981

1981The Number One Hits Of 1981:
December 27, 1980 – January 30, 1981:
John Lennon(Just Like) Starting Over

January 31, 1981 – February 6, 1981:
BlondieThe Tide Is High

February 7, 1981 – February 20, 1981:
Kool & the GangCelebration

February 21, 1981 – February 27, 1981:
Dolly Parton9 to 5

February 28, 1981 – March 20, 1981:
Eddie RabbittI Love a Rainy Night

March 21, 1981 – March 27, 1981:
REO SpeedwagonKeep On Loving You

March 28, 1981 – April 10, 1981:
BlondieRapture

April 11, 1981 – May 1, 1981:
Daryl Hall and John OatesKiss on My List

May 2, 1981 – May 15, 1981:
Sheena EastonMorning Train (Nine to Five)

May 16, 1981 – June 19, 1981:
Kim CarnesBette Davis Eyes

June 20, 1981 – July 24, 1981:
Stars on 45Medley: Intro Venus / Sugar Sugar / No Reply / I’ll Be Back / Drive My Car / Do You Want to Know a Secret / We Can Work It Out / I Should Have Known Better / Nowhere Man / You’re Going to Lose That Girl / Stars on 45

July 25, 1981 – July 31, 1981:
Air SupplyThe One That You Love

August 1, 1981 – August 14, 1981:
Rick SpringfieldJessie’s Girl

August 15, 1981 – October 16, 1981:
Diana Ross and Lionel RichieEndless Love

October 17, 1981 – November 6, 1981:
Christopher CrossArthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)

November 7, 1981 – November 20, 1981:
Daryl Hall and John OatesPrivate Eyes

November 21, 1981 – January 29, 1982:
Olivia Newton-JohnPhysical

The biggest Pop Artists of 1981 include:
Air Supply, Barbra Streisand, Blondie, Chaka Kahn, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Diana Ross, Earth, Wind & Fire, Eddie Rabbit, Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King, Foreignor, The Gap Band, George Benson, Grover Washington Jr., John Lennon, Journey, Kenny Rogers, Kim Carnes, Kool & the Gang, Lakeside, Lionel Richie, Luther Vandross, Neil Diamond, Olivia Newton-John, Phil Collins, The Police, Prince, Ray Parker Jr & Raydio, REO Speedwagon, Rick James, Rick Springfield, Roger, Shalamar, Sheena Easton, Smokey Robinson, Styx, Sugarhill Gang, Teddy Pendergrass

(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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