The Number One Hits of 1947

The Number One Hits Of 1947:
October 19, 1946 – December 13, 1947
Frankie Carle and His OrchestraRumors Are Flying

December 14, 1946 – December 27, 1946
Kay Kyser and His OrchestraOle Buttermilk Sky

December 28, 1946 – February 14, 1947
Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra The Old Lamp-Lighter

February 15, 1947 – February 21, 1947
The King Cole Trio (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons

February 22, 1947 – February 28, 1947
Count Basie and His Orchestra Open the Door, Richard

March 1, 1947 – March 14, 1947
Freddy Martin and His Orchestra Managua, Nicaragua

March 15, 1947 – June 6, 1947
Ted Weems and His Orchestra Heartaches

June 7, 1947 – June 20, 1947
Art Lund Mam’selle

June 21, 1947 – June 27, 1947
The Harmonicats Peg o’ My Heart

June 28, 1947 – July 18, 1947
Perry Como Chi-Baba, Chi-Baba (My Bambino Go to Sleep)

July 19, 1947 – August 8, 1947
The Harmonicats Peg o’ My Heart

August 9, 1947 – September 19, 1947
Tex Williams Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)

September 20, 1947 – December 12, 1947
Francis Craig and His OrchestraNear You

December 13, 1947 – February 20, 1948
Vaughn Monroe and His OrchestraBallerina

The biggest Pop Artists of 1947 include:
The Andrews Sisters, Count Basie and His Orchestra, Tex Beneke, Les Brown and His Orchestra, Frankie Carle and His Orchestra, Buddy Clark, Nat ‘King’ Cole, Perry Como, Bing Crosby, Vic Damone, Arthur Godfrey, Harmonicats, Phil Harris, Dick Haymes, Woody Herman and His Orchestra, Eddy Howard, Red Ingle and the Natural Seven, Harry James and His Orchestra, Louis Jordan, Sammy Kaye, Stan Kenton and His Orchestra, Frankie Laine, Peggy Lee, Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians, Johnny Mercer, Vaughn Monroe, Pied Pipers, Alvino Rey and His Orchestra , Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra, Jo Stafford, The Three Suns, Martha Tilton, Ted Weems and His Orchestra, Margaret Whiting, Tex Williams

Charts based on Billboard music charts.