The Number One Hits of 1935

The Number One Hits of 1935
December 8, 1934 – January 11, 1935 (7 weeks*)
Bing Crosby June in January

December 29, 1934 – January 11, 1935 (3 weeks*)
Jimmie GreerThe Object of My Affection

January 12, 1935 – March 23, 1935 (7 weeks*)
Ray NobleIsle of Capri

January 26, 1935 – February 15, 1935
Glen Gray Blue Moon (3 weeks*)

January 26, 1935 – February 8, 1935 (2 weeks*)
Boswell SistersThe Object of My Affection

March 23, 1935 – April 19, 1935
Eddy DuchinLovely To Look At

April 13, 1935 – May 3, 1935
Bing CrosbyIt’s Easy To Remember

April 20, 1925 – April 26, 1935 (1 week, tie)
Bing CrosbySoon

May 4, 1935 – May 25, 1935
Eddy DuchinI Won’t Dance (3 weeks*)

May 4, 1935 to May 17, 1935
Dorsey Brothers OrchestraLullaby of Broadway

May 17, 1935 – May 31, 1935
Guy LombardoWhat’s The Reason (I’m Not Pleasin’ You)

June 1, 1935 – June 14, 1935
Ruth Etting Life is a Song

June 15, 1935- July 12, 1935
Glen Gray When I Grow Too Old to Dream (4 weeks*)

June 22, 1935 – July 20, 1935
Victor Young She’a a Latin From Manhattan (4 weeks*)

June 29, 1935 – July 12, 1935
Dorsey Brothers OrchestraChasing Shadows (3 weeks*)

July 13, 1935 – August 2, 1935
Bob CrosbyIn A Little Gypsy Tea Room

July 20, 1935 – August 2, 1935
Ray NobleLet’s Swing It (2 weeks*)

August 3, 1935 – August 9, 1935
Jimmie LuncefordRhythm Is Our Business

August 10, 1935 – October 18, 1935
Fred AstaireCheek to Cheek (11 weeks*)

August 17, 1935 – August 23, 1935
Ozzie NelsonAnd Then Some

August 24, 1935 – September 6, 1935
Tom CoakleyEast of the Sun (And West of the Moon)

September 7, 1935 – October 18, 1935
Little Jack LittleI’m In The Mood For Love

October 19, 1935 – November 6, 1935
Fats WallerTruckin’ ( 3 weeks*)

November 2, 1935 – November 29, 1935
Eddie DuchinYou Are My Lucky Star

November 30, 1935 – December 20, 1935
Guy LombardoRed Sails In The Sunset

December 21, 1935 – December 27, 1935
Bing CrosbyRed Sails In The Sunset

December 21, 1935 – December 27, 1935
Tommy Dorsey On Treasure Island (1 week, tie)

December 28, 1935 – Janaury 3, 1936
Fats WallerA Little Bit Independent

*ties, and sometimes interrupted by competing songs

The biggest Pop Artists of 1935 include:
Ambrose and His Orchestra, Louis Armstrong, Fred Astaire, Gene Autry, Boswell Sisters, Al Bowlly, Cab Calloway, Bing Crosby, Bob Crosby, Xavier Cugat and His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra, Dorsey Brothers, Tommy Dorsey, Eddie Duchin, Duke Ellington, Reginald Forsythe and His Orchestra, Jan Garber and His Orchestra, Benny Goodman, Glen Gray, John Green and His Orchestra, George Hall, Billie Holiday, Hal Kemp, Henry King, Wayne King, Little Jack Little, Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians, Jimmie Lunceford, Enric Madriguera, Freddy Martin, Russ Morgan, Ozzie Nelson, Ray Noble, Red Norvo, Cole Porter, Dick Powell, Louis Prima, Leo Reisman, Fats Waller, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Teddy Wilson, Victor Young

Charts based on Billboard music charts.