1955 One Hit Wonders & Artists Known For One Song

1955-onehit1955 One Hit Wonders & Artists Known For One Song

Alabama Jubilee – Ferko String Band

At My Front Door – The El Dorados

Autumn Leaves – Jackie Gleason

Ballad of Davey Crockett – Walter Schumann

Blue Star (The Medic Theme) – Felicia Sanders

Come Home – Bubber Johnson

Croce Di Oro – Joan Regan

Cry Me A River – Julie London

Daddy – O – Bonnie Lou

Dixie Danny – The Laurie Sisters

Earth Angel – The Penguins

Hey, Mr. Banjo – The Sunnysiders

Honey-Babe – Art Mooney & His Orchestra

I Want You To Be My Baby – Lillian Briggs

(I’m Always Hearing) Wedding Bells – Frankie Lester

It’s A Sin To Tell A Lie – Somethin’ Smith & the Redheads

Let Me Go Lover – Joan Weber

Love Me Or Leave Me – Lena Horne

Man In The Raincoat – Marion Marlowe(Priscilla Write had a one – hit with it too)

Number One Street – Bob Corley

Nuttin For Xmas – Joe Ward (also 1-Hitted with Ricky Zahnd, originally by Spike Jones)

Oh! Suzanna – The Barking Dogs

Open Up Your Heart – The Cowboy Church Sunday School

Paper Roses – Lola Lee

Plantation Boogie – Lenny Dee

Pledging My Love – Johnny Ace

Seventeen – Boyd Bennett and His Rockets

Smokey Joe’s Cafe – The Robins

The Ballad of Davy Crockett – Fess Parker

The Bandit (O’Cangacereiro) – Eddie Barclay

The Breeze and I (Andalucia) – Caterina Valente

The Man in the Raincoat – Priscilla Wright with Don Wright and The Septette

The Popcorn Song – Cliffie Stone

The Yellow Rose of Texas – Mitch Miller

Unchained Melody – Roy Hamilton

You Tickle Me Baby – The Royal Jokers

You Win Again – Paulette Sisters

You’re So Nice To Be Near – The Loreleis

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