The Number One Hits of 1937

The Number One Hits of 1937
November 28, 1936 – February 5, 1937 (10 weeks*)
Bing CrosbyPennies From Heaven

January 2, 1937 – Janaury 16, 1937
Eddy DuchinIt’s De-Lovely

February 6, 1937 – February 20, 1937
Benny GoodmanGoodnight, My Love

February 20, 1937 – February 26, 1937
Harry BusseWith Plenty of Money and You

February 20, 1937 – March 13, 1937
Hal KempThis Year’s Kisses (4 weeks*)

February 27, 1936 – March 20, 1937
Benny GoodmanThis Year’s Kisses (3 weeks*)

March 21, 1936 – April 2, 1937
Benny GoodmanMarie

April 3, 1937 – May 7, 1937
Guy LombardoBoo Hoo (5 weeks*)

April 17, 1937 – June 19, 1937
Bing Crosby Sweet Lailani (10 weeks*)

April 24, 1937 – April 30, 1937
Bing CrosbyToo Marvelous For Words

May 1, 1937 – May 7, 1937
Fred AstaireThey Can’t Take That Away From Me

May 15, 1937 – June 4, 1937
Teddy Wilson featuring Billie Holiday Carelessly

June 5, 1937 – July 2, 1937
Guy LombardoSeptember in the Rain

July 3, 1937 – August 6, 1937
Guy LombardoIt Looks Like rain in Cherry Blossom Lane (5 weeks*)

July 3, 1937 – July 16, 1937
Russ MorganThe Merry Go round Broke Down

July 17, 1937 – July 30, 1937
Shep FieldsThe Merry Go round Broke Dow

July 24, 1937 – July 30, 1937
Hal KempWhere or When

July 31, 1937 – August 14, 1937
Fats WallerSmarty

July 31, 1937 – August 6, 1937
Hoarce Heidt – Gone With The Wind

August 7, 1937 – August 28, 1937
Guy LombardoA Sailboat in the Moonlight (3 weeks*)

August 21, 1937 – September 12, 1937
Tommy Dorsey Satan takes a Holiday (3 weeks*)

September 4, 1937 – September 24, 1937
Bob CrosbyWhispers in the Dark (4 weeks*)

September 11, 1937 – September 24, 1937
Tommy Dorsey’s Clam Bake Seven The Big Apple

September 25, 1937 – October 15, 1937
Bing CrosbyThe Moon Got In My Eyes (4 weeks*)

October 9, 1937 – November 11, 1937
Shep FieldsThat Old Feeling (4 weeks*)

October 16, 1937 – October 30, 1937
Tedy WilsonYou Can’t Stop Me From Dreaming

November 6, 1937 – November 19, 1937
Bing CrosbyRemember Me?

November 20, 1937 – November 26, 1937
Rudy ValleeVieni, Vieni

November 27, 1937 – January 7, 1938
Tommy DorseyOnce In A While (7 weeks*)

November 27, 1937 – December 31, 1937
Tommy Dorsey The Dipsey Doodle

December 11, 1937 – December 18, 1937
Bing Crosby and Connee BoswellBob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?)

*ties, and sometimes interrupted by competing songs

The biggest Pop Artists of 1937 include:
Louis Armstrong, Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Fred Astaire, Mildred Bailey, Count Basie, Bunny Berigan, Connee Boswell, Cab Calloway, Larry Clinton, Bing Crosby, Bob Crosby, Dolly Dawn and Her Dawn Patrol, Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey, Eddie Duchin, Duke Ellington, Shep Fields, Ella Fitzgerald, Jan Garber and His Orchestra, Benny Goodman, Glen Gray, George Hall, Lionel Hampton, Horace Heidt, Billie Holiday, Hudson-DeLange Orchestra, Sammy Kaye, Hal Kemp, Wayne King, Andy Kirk, Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians, Jimmie Lunceford, The Mills Brothers, Russ Morgan, Ozzie Nelson, Ray Noble, Red Norvo, Dick Robertson, Raymond Scott, Artie Shaw and His Orchestra, Claude Thornhill, Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees, Fats Waller, Chick Webb, Teddy Wilson, Victor Young

Charts based on Billboard music charts.