US No 1 Singles 1962

US No 1 Singles 1962

This timeline details the weekly No 1 singles in the US for 1962

See also: UK No 1 Singles 1962

Please note: Billboard changed the date of the charts from a Monday back to a Saturday. They had been issued on a Monday from 1957.

1962 (6th January)
The Lion Sleeps Tonight – The Tokens
1962 (13th January)
The Twist – Chubby Checker
1962 (20th January)
The Twist – Chubby Checker
1962 (27th January)
Peppermint Twist – Joey Dee and the Starliters
1962 (3rd February)
Peppermint Twist – Joey Dee and the Starliters
1962 (10th February)
Peppermint Twist – Joey Dee and the Starliters
1962 (17th February)
Duke of Earl – Gene Chandler
1962 (24th February)
Duke of Earl – Gene Chandler
1962 (3rd March)
Duke of Earl – Gene Chandler
1962 (10th March)
Hey! Baby – Bruch Channel
1962 (17th March)
Hey! Baby – Bruch Channel
1962 (24th March)
Hey! Baby – Bruch Channel
1962 (31st March)
Don’t Break the Heart That Loves You – Connie Francis
1962 (7th April)
Johnny Angel – Shelley Fabares
1962 (14th April)
Johnny Angel – Shelley Fabares
1962 (21st April)
Good Luck Charm – Elvis Presley
1962 (28th April
Good Luck Charm – Elvis Presley
1962 (5th May)
Soldier Boy – The Shirelles
1962 (12th May)
Soldier Boy – The Shirelles
1962 (19th May)
Soldier Boy – The Shirelles
1962 (26th May)
Stranger on the Shore – Mr Acker Bilk
1962 (2nd June)
I Can’t Stop Loving You – Ray Charles
1962 (9th June)
I Can’t Stop Loving You – Ray Charles
1962 (16th June)
I Can’t Stop Loving You – Ray Charles
1962 (23rd June)
I Can’t Stop Loving You – Ray Charles
1962 (30th June)
I Can’t Stop Loving You – Ray Charles
1962 (7th July)
The Stripper – David Rose
1962 (14th July)
Roses Are Red (My Love) – Bobby Vinton
1962 (21st July)
Roses Are Red (My Love) – Bobby Vinton
1962 (28th July)
Roses Are Red (My Love) – Bobby Vinton
1962 (4th August)
Roses Are Red (My Love) – Bobby Vinton
1962 (11th August)
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do – Neil Sedaka
1962 (18th August)
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do – Neil Sedaka
1962 (25th August)
The Loco-Motion – Little Eva
1962 (1st September)
Sheila – Tommy Roe
1962 (8th September)
Sheila – Tommy Roe
1962 (15th September)
Sherry – The Four Seasons
1962 (22nd September)
Sherry – The Four Seasons
1962 (29th September)
Sherry – The Four Seasons
1962 (6th October)
Sherry – The Four Seasons
1962 (13th October)
Sherry – The Four Seasons
1962 (20th October)
Monster Mash – Bobby ‘Boris’ Pickett and the Crypt-Kickers
1962 (27th October)
Monster Mash – Bobby ‘Boris’ Pickett and the Crypt-Kickers
1962 (3rd November)
He’s a Rebel – The Crystals
1962 (10th November)
He’s a Rebel – The Crystals
1962 (17th November)
Big Girls Don’t Cry – The Four Seasons
1962 (24th November)
Big Girls Don’t Cry – The Four Seasons
1962 (1st December)
Big Girls Don’t Cry – The Four Seasons
1962 (8th December)
Big Girls Don’t Cry – The Four Seasons
1962 (15th December)
Big Girls Don’t Cry – The Four Seasons
1962 (22nd December)
Telstar – The Tornados
1962 (29th December)
Telstar – The Tornados

 

Published Apr 30, 2021 @ 10:12 am – Updated –May 4, 2021 @ 11:16 am

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Heather Y Wheeler. (2021). US No 1 Singles 1963 Available: https://www.totallytimelines.com/us-no-1-singles-1963. Last accessed September 23rd, 2021