The Number One Hits Of 1944

The Number One Hits Of 1944:
November 6, 1943 – January 28, 1944
The Mills Brothers Paper Doll

January 29, 1944 – March 3, 1944
Glen Gray and His Orchestra My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?)

March 4, 1944 – April 21, 1944
Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra Bésame Mucho (Kiss Me Much)

April 22, 1944 – May 5, 1944
Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra It’s Love-Love-Love

May 6, 1944 – June 9, 1944
Bing Crosby I Love You

June 10, 1944 – June 30, 1944
Harry James and His Orchestra I’ll Get By (As Long as I Have You)

July 1, 1944 – July 7, 1944
Bing Crosby I’ll Be Seeing You

July 8, 1944 – July 14, 1944
Harry James and His Orchestra I’ll Get By (As Long as I Have You)

July 15, 1944 – August 4, 1944
Bing Crosby I’ll Be Seeing You

August 5, 1944 – October 6, 1944
Bing CrosbySwinging on a Star

October 7, 1944 – October 13, 1944
Mills Brothers You Always Hurt the One You Love

October 14, 1944 – October 20, 1944
Dinah Shore I’ll Walk Alone

October 21, 1944 – November 3, 1944
Mills Brothers You Always Hurt the One You Love

November 4, 1944 – November 24, 1944
Dinah Shore I’ll Walk Alone

November 25, 1944 – December 8, 1944
Mills Brothers You Always Hurt the One You Love

December 9, 1944 – December 22, 1944
The Ink Spots and Ella Fitzgerald I’m Making Believe

December 23, 1944 – February 9, 1945
Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters Don’t Fence Me In

The biggest Pop Artists of 1944 include:
The Andrews Sisters, Perry Como, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Ella Fitzegerald, Dick Haymes, Duke Ellingon, Helen Forrest, Woody Herman and His Orchestra, Betty Hutton, The Ink Spots, Harry James and His Orchestra, Louis Jordan, Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians, The Glenn Miller Orchestra, The Mills Brothers, Vaughn Monroe, Pied Pipers, Artie Shaw and His Orchestra, Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra, Jo Stafford, Martha Tilton, Lawrence Welk and His Orchestra

Charts based on Billboard music charts.

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