Plus, remembering feats by The Monkees, Madonna & Bee Gees.
Your weekly recap celebrating important milestones from greater than seven many years of Streets Talkin chart historical past.
Dec. 31, 1966
Less than two months after notching their first Streets Talkin Hot 100 No. 1 with "Last Train to Clarksville, The Monkees swung to the highest once more with the Neil Diamond-penned traditional "I'm a Believer."
Jan. 1, 1966
Simon & Garfunkel hit No. 1 on the Streets Talkin Hot 100 with their first entry, "The Sound of Silence." The duo led twice extra: with "Mrs. Robinson" in 1968 and "Bridge Over Troubled Water" in 1970.
Jan. 2, 2010
With her first single, Kesha clocked her first Streets Talkin Hot 100 No. 1 – and the primary No. 1 of the 2010s – with "TiK ToK."
Jan. three, 1976
The Bay City Rollers skated to No. 1 on the Streets Talkin Hot 100 with their debut chart hit, the bubblegum pop/dance hit "Saturday Night." Despite their identify, they weren't from Bay City, Michigan, however Edinburgh, Scotland. They bought their identify by throwing a dart at a map of the U.S., which landed guess the place …
Jan. four, 2014
Florida Georgia Line landed its longest-leading Country Airplay No. 1 (of 14 up to now), as "Stay" started a four-week keep on the summit.
Jan. 5, 1991
MTV famously refused to indicate the tune's racy video, however that didn't damage its recognition. In truth, it fueled its fireplace, as "Justify My Love" turned Madonna's ninth Streets Talkin Hot 100 No. 1 (of 12 complete).
Jan. 6, 1979
Bee Gees earned their seventh of 9 Streets Talkin Hot 100 No. 1s, ballad "Too Much Heaven." The trio tallied all 9 leaders within the '70s, essentially the most of any act that decade.