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The Number One Hits Of 1950

1950

The Number One Hits Of 1950:
November 26, 1949 – January 6, 1950:
Frankie LaineMule Train

January 7, 1950 – January 13, 1950:
Gene AutryRudolph, The Red-nosed Reindeer

January 14, 1950 – February 10, 1950:
The Andrews SistersI Can Dream, Can’t I

February 11, 1950 – February 17, 1950:
Ames BrothersRag Mop

February 18, 1950 – March 17, 1950:
Red FoleyChattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy

March 18, 1950 – April 14, 1950:
Teresa BrewerMusic! Music! Music!

April 15, 1950 – April 28, 1950:
Eileen BartonIf I Knew You Were Comin’ I’d’ve Baked a Cake

April 29, 1950 – July 14, 1950:
Anton KarasThe Third Man Theme

July 15, 1950 – August 18, 1950:
Nat King ColeMona Lisa (Nat King Cole song)

August 19, 1950 – November 17, 1950:
Gordon Jenkins and The WeaversGoodnight Irene

November 18, 1950 – December 1, 1950:
Sammy KayeHarbor Lights

December 2, 1950 – December 29, 1950:
Phil HarrisThe Thing

December 30, 1950 – March 2, 1951:
Patti PageThe Tennessee Waltz

The biggest Pop Artists of 1950 include:
Ames Brothers, Andrews Sisters, Anton Karas, Bing Crosby, Eileen Barton, Esther Phillips, Frank Sinatra, Frankie Laine, Guy Lombardo, Ivory Joe Hunter, Jimmy Wakely, Jo Stafford, Johnny Otis, Lloyd Glenn, Louise Jordan, Lowell Fulson, Margaret Whiting, Nat ‘King’ Cole, Patti Page, Perry Como, Phil Harris, Red Foley, The Robins, Roy Brown, Sammy Kaye, Teresa Brewer, Roy Brown, Dinah Washington, Weavers with Gordon Jenkins

(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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