US No 1 Singles 1949

US No 1 Singles 1949

This timeline details the weekly US  No 1 singles 1949

In 1949 there were 3 different charts in the United States – Best sellers in stores, Most played by DJs, Most played in Jukeboxes. This timeline uses data from the Best Sellers in Stores chart.

1949 (1st January)
Buttons and Bows – Dinah Shore
1949 (8th January)
All I Want for Christmas (is My Two Front Teeth) – Spike Jones and his Orchestra
1949 (15th January)
Buttons and Bows – Dinah Shore
1949 (22nd January)
A Little Bird Told Me – Evelyn Knight
1949 (29th January)
A Little Bird Told Me – Evelyn Knight
1949 (5th February)
A Little Bird Told Me – Evelyn Knight
1949 (12th February)
A Little Bird Told Me – Evelyn Knight
1949 (19th February)
A Little Bird Told Me – Evelyn Knight
1949 (26th February)
A Little Bird Told Me – Evelyn Knight
1949 (5th March)
A Little Bird Told Me – Evelyn Knight
1949 (12th March)
Cruising Down the River – Blue Barron and his Orchestra
1949 (19th March)
Cruising Down the River – Blue Barron and his Orchestra
1949 (26th March)
Cruising Down the River – Russ Morgan and his Orchestra
1949 (2nd April)
Cruising Down the River – Russ Morgan and his Orchestra
1949 (9th April)
Cruising Down the River – Russ Morgan and his Orchestra
1949 (16th April)
Cruising Down the River – Russ Morgan and his Orchestra
1949 (23rd April)
Cruising Down the River – Russ Morgan and his Orchestra
1949 (30th April)
Cruising Down the River – Russ Morgan and his Orchestra
1949 (7th May)
Cruising Down the River – Russ Morgan and his Orchestra
1949 (14th May
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend – Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
1949 (21st May)
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend – Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
1949 (28th May)
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend – Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
1949 (4th June)
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend – Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
1949 (11th June)
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend – Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
1949 (18th June)
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend – Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
1949 (25th June)
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend – Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
1949 (2nd July)
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend – Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
1949 (9th July)
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend – Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
1949 (16th July)
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend – Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
1949 (23rd July)
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend – Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
1949 (30th July)
Some Enchanted Evening – Perry Como
1949 (6th August)
Some Enchanted Evening – Perry Como
1949 (13th August)
Some Enchanted Evening – Perry Como
1949 (20th August)
Some Enchanted Evening – Perry Como
1949 (27th August)
Some Enchanted Evening – Perry Como
1949 (3rd September)
You’re Breaking My Heart – Vic Damone
1949 (10th September)
You’re Breaking My Heart – Vic Damone
1949 (17th September)
You’re Breaking My Heart – Vic Damone
1949 (24th September)
You’re Breaking My Heart – Vic Damone
1949 (1st October)
That Lucky Old Sun – Frankie Laine
1949 (8th October)
That Lucky Old Sun – Frankie Laine
1949 (15th October)
That Lucky Old Sun – Frankie Laine
1949 (22nd October)
That Lucky Old Sun – Frankie Laine
1949 (29th October)
That Lucky Old Sun – Frankie Laine
1949 (5th November)
That Lucky Old Sun – Frankie Laine
1949 (12th November)
That Lucky Old Sun – Frankie Laine
1949 (19th November)
That Lucky Old Sun – Frankie Laine
1949 (26th November)
Mule Train – Frankie Laine
1949 (3rd December)
Mule Train – Frankie Laine
1949 (10th December)
Mule Train – Frankie Laine
1949 (17th December)
Mule Train – Frankie Laine
1949 (24th December)
Mule Train – Frankie Laine
1949 (31st December)
Mule Train – Frankie Lainee

 

Published Dec 16, 2021 @ 4:01 pm – Updated –Dec 19, 2021 @ 11:46 am

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Heather Y Wheeler. (2021). US No 1 Singles 1949 Available: https://www.totallytimelines.com/us-no-1-singles-1949. Last accessed January 15th, 2022