The Number One Hits Of 1943

The Number One Hits Of 1943:
October 31, 1942 – January 15, 1943
Bing Crosby with the Ken Darby Singers and John Scott Trotter and His OrchestraWhite Christmas

January 16, 1943 – February 12, 1943
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra with Frank Sinatra and the Pied Pipers There Are Such Things

February 13, 1943 – February 26, 1943
Harry James and His Orchestra with Helen Forrest I Had the Craziest Dream

February 27, 1943 – March 5, 1943
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra There Are Such Things

March 6, 1943 – May 28, 1943
Harry James and His Orchestra with Helen Forrest I’ve Heard That Song Before

May 29, 1943 – June 4, 1943
Glenn Miller and His Orchestra with Skip Nelson and the Modernaires That Old Black Magic

June 5, 1943 – June 11, 1943
Harry James and His Orchestra with Helen Forrest I’ve Heard That Song Before

June 12, 1943 – July 2, 1943
Benny Goodman and His Orchestra with Helen Forrest Taking a Chance on Love

July 3, 1943 – July 23, 1943
The Song Spinners Comin’ in on a Wing and a Prayer

July 24, 1943 – August 20, 1943
Dick Haymes and the Song Spinners You’ll Never Know

August 21, 1943 – September 10, 1943
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra with Frank Sinatra In the Blue of Evening

September 11, 1943 – October 29, 1943
Bing Crosby and the Ken Darby Singers Sunday, Monday or Always

October 30, 1943 – November 5, 1943
Al Dexter and His Troopers with Al Dexter Pistol Packin’ Mama

November 6, 1943 – January 28, 1944
The Mills Brothers Paper Doll

The biggest Pop Artists of 1943 include:
The Andrews Sisters, Bing Crosby, Xavier Cugat and His Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Duke Ellingon, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra, Dick Haymes, Woody Herman and His Orchestra, The Ink Spots, Harry James and His Orchestra, Kay Kyser and His Orchestra, The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Vaughn Monroe, Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra

Charts based on Billboard music charts.