History of Number One Songs (116)

He's a Rebel

November 3 – 16, 1962

The Crystals

He’s A Rebel

Monster Mash

October 20 – November 2, 1962

Bobby “Boris” Pickett

Monster Mash

Sherry

September 15 – October 19, 1962

The Four Seasons

Sherry

Sheila

September 1 -14, 1962

Tommy Roe

Sheila

The Loco-Motion

August 25 – 31, 1962

Little Eva

The Loco-Motion

Breaking Up is Hard To Do

August 11 – 24, 1962

Neil Sedaka

Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Roses are Red (My Love)

July 14 – August 10, 1962

Bobby Vinton

Roses are Red (My Love)

The Stripper

July 7 – 13, 1962

David Rose and his Orchestra

The Stripper

I Can't Stop Loving You

June 2 – July 6, 1962

Ray Charles

I Can’t Stop Loving You

Stranger on the Shore

May 26 – June 1, 1962

Acker Bilk

Stranger on the Shore

Soldier Boy

May 5 – 25, 1961

The Shirelles

Soldier Boy

Johnny Angel

April 7 – 20, 1962

Shelley Fabares

Johnny Angel

March 31 – April 6, 1962

Connie Francis

Don’t Break the Heart That Loves You

Hey! Baby

March 10 – March 30, 1962

Bruce Channel

Hey! Baby

Duke of Earl

February 17 – March 9, 1962

Gene Chandler

Duke of Earl

The Peppermint Twist

January 27 – February 16, 1962

Joey Dee and the Starliters

The Peppermint Twist – Part I

The Twist

January 13 – January 26, 1962

Chubby Checker

The Twist

The Lion Sleeps Tonight

December 18, 1961 – January 12, 1962

The Tokens

The Lion Sleeps Tonight

Please Mr.Postman

December 11 – 17, 1961

The Marvelettes

Please Mr. Postman

Big Bad John

November 6 – December 10, 1961

Jimmy Dean

Big Bad John