1957 One Hit Wonders & Artists Known For One Song
|A Fallen Star
Jimmy Newman was a country singer and songwriter, known for his Cajun-influenced style.
Randy Starr was a singer and songwriter, whose most notable work includes Elvis Presley’s hit “Kiss Me Quick”.
Lou Stein was a jazz pianist who performed with a number of famous musicians including Benny Goodman and Ray McKinley.
Frank Pizani was a pianist and singer who specialized in pop and jazz music.
|Back To School Again
Timmie Rogers was a comedian, singer, and songwriter known for his comedic musical performances.
The Jive Bombers
The Jive Bombers were an American R&B group known for their unique “jive” style.
|Chicken, Baby, Chicken
Tony Harris was a pop singer known for his unique vocal style.
|Cinco Robles (Five Oaks)
Russell Arms was an actor and singer, known for his appearances on the popular TV show “Your Hit Parade.”
|Darling It’s Wonderful
The Lovers were a pop duo known for their soulful ballads.
The Charts were an American doo-wop group known for their intricate vocal harmonies.
Doc Bagby was a R&B organist known for his lively performances.
The Spaniels were an early doo-wop group known for their innovative vocal harmonies.
Best Known for ‘Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight’ which charted in 1953, before the modern Billboard Top 100 that we have used since 1995.
Chas. McDevitt Skiffle Group
Chas. McDevitt Skiffle Group was a British band known for their pioneering role in the skiffle genre.
|Gonna Find Me A Bluebird
Joyce Hahn was a pop and country singer known for her heartfelt vocal performances.
|Got My Mojo Working
Muddy Waters was a prominent figure in the post-war blues scene, known for his electric blues style.
The Beverly Sisters
The Beverly Sisters were a British close harmony pop group known for their renditions of standards and show tunes.
|Happy, Happy Birthday Baby
The Tune Weavers
The Tune Weavers were a vocal group known for their harmonic renditions of pop songs.
|Hard Times (The Slop)
Noble “Thin Man” Watts
Noble “Thin Man” Watts was a saxophonist known for his role in the R&B and Jump Blues genres.
Armenian Jazz Sextet
Armenian Jazz Sextet was known for their unique fusion of traditional Armenian music with contemporary jazz.
|Hey! Little Girl
Techniques was a vocal group known for their smooth and intricate harmonies.
|Honest I Do
Jimmy Reed was a major figure in electric blues, known for his distinctive vocal and harmonica style.
|I Love My Girl
Cozy Morley was a singer and comedian known for his entertaining and often humorous performances.
Margie Rayburn was a pop singer known for her clear and emotive vocal style.
|I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself A Letter
Billy Williams was a singer known for his vibrant stage presence and dynamic vocal style.
|It Hurts To Be In Love
Annie Laurie was a R&B singer known for her expressive and emotive singing style.
Chuck Alaimo Quartet
Chuck Alaimo Quartet was a pop/jazz ensemble known for their lively and energetic performances.
|Little Bitty Pretty One
Thurston Harris was a R&B singer known for his charismatic vocal style.
|Little By Little
Micki Marlo was a pop singer known for her soft and melodic vocal style.
The Gladiolas were a doo-wop group known for their tight harmonies and energetic performances.
|Love Is Strange
Mickey & Sylvia
Mickey & Sylvia were a duo known for their unique blend of pop, R&B, and rock’n’roll.
The Lane Brothers
The Lane Brothers were a pop vocal group known for their harmony-filled performances.
|Miss You So
Lillian Offitt was a blues singer known for her soulful and emotive vocal style.
|Moon – Light Swim
Tony Perkins was a pop singer and actor known for his roles in various Hollywood films.
|Nothing Is Too Good For You
The Harvey Boys
The Harvey Boys were a pop group known for their melodic and harmonious songs.
|Over the Mountain: Across the Sea
Johnnie & Joe
Johnnie & Joe were an American R&B duo known for their soulful harmonies.
Wingy Manone was a jazz trumpeter and singer known for his energetic performance style.
Little Joe and the Thrillers
Little Joe and the Thrillers were a doo-wop group known for their high-energy performances.
Ted Newman was a pop singer known for his emotive and melodic singing style.
|Pledge of Love
Johnny Janis was a pop singer known for his crooning vocal style.
|Pledge of Love
Ken Copeland was a country and gospel singer known for his rich and emotive vocal style.
Russ Hamilton was a British singer-songwriter known for his romantic pop ballads.
|Rang Tang Ding Dong (I Am The Japanese Sandman)
The Cellos were a doo-wop group known for their unique and playful vocal style.
Bill Justis was a pioneering rock and roll and country musician and arranger.
Carol Jarvis was a pop singer known for her emotive and melodic vocal style.
|Rosie – Lee
The Mello – Tones
The Mello-Tones were a doo-wop group known for their tight harmonies and smooth vocal style.
The Schoolboys were a doo-wop group known for their energetic performances and tight harmonies.
The Rays were a doo-wop group known for their innovative vocal harmonies.
|So Long I’m Gone
Warren Smith was a rockabilly singer known for his high-energy performances.
|Song of the Barefoot Mailman
Billy Leach was a pop singer known for his melodic vocal style and emotive performances.
Ron Goodwin was a British composer and conductor known for his film scores.
Debbie Reynolds was a renowned actress and singer, known for her roles in Hollywood films like “Singin’ in the Rain”.
|That’s All I Want From You
The Silva – Tones
The Silva-Tones were a doo-wop group known for their smooth vocal harmonies.
|The Joker (That’s What They Call Me)
Billy Myles was a pop singer known for his smooth vocal style and romantic ballads.
The Mello-Tones were a doo-wop group known for their intricate vocal harmonies.
|White Silver Sands
Dave Gardner was a country and rockabilly singer known for his energetic vocal performances.
|With All My Heart
Judy Sands was a pop singer known for her clear and emotive vocal style.
|Your Wild Heart
Joy Layne was a pop singer known for her melodic and emotive performances.