History of Number One Songs (60)

Running Bear

January 18 – February 7, 1960
Johnny Preston
Running Bear

El Paso

January 4 – 17, 1960
Marty Robbins
El Paso

Why?

December 28, 1959 – January 3, 1960
Frankie Avalon
Why

Heartaches by the Numbers

December 14 – 27, 1959
Guy Mitchell
Heartaches by the Number

Mack the Knife

November 23 – December 13, 1959
Bobby Darin
Mack the Knife

Mr. Blue

November 16 – 22
The Fleetwoods
Mr. Blue

Mack the Knife

October 5 – November 15, 1959
Bobby Darin
Mack The Knife

Sleepwalk

September 21 – October 4, 1959
Santo & Johnny
Sleepwalk

The Three Bells

August 24 – September 20, 1959
The Browns
The Three Bells

A Big Hunk O' Love

August 10 – 23, 1959
Elvis Presley
A Big Hunk O’ Love

Lonely Boy

July 13 – August 9, 1959
Paul Anka
Lonely Boy

The Battle of New Orleans

June 1 – July 12, 1959
Johnny Horton
The Battle of New Orleans

Kansas City

May 18 – May 31, 1959
Wilbert Harrison
Kansas City 

The Happy Organ

May 11 – 17, 1959
Dave “Baby” Cortez
The Happy Organ

Come Softly To Me

April 13 – May 10, 1959
The Fleetwoods
Come Softly To Me

Stagger Lee

February 9 – March 8, 1959
Lloyd Price
Stagger Lee

Venus

March 9 – April 12, 1959
Frankie Avalon
Venus

Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

January 19 – February 8, 1959
The Platters
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

The Chipmunk Song

December 22, 1958 – January 18, 1959
The Chipmunks with David Seville
The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late)
December 1 – 21, 1958
The Teddy Bears
To Know Him Is to Love Him

Tom Dooley

November 17 – 23, 1958
The Kingston Trio
Tom Dooley

It's Only Make Believe

November 10 – 16, 1958
Conway Twitty
It’s Only Make Believe

It's All In the Game

September 29 – November 9, 1958
Tommy Edwards
It’s All in the Game

Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu

August 18 – 24, 1958
Domenico Modugno
Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu