List of Billboard number-one singles from 1950 to 1958 – Wikipedia

Reached number one Artist(s) Single Record label Weeks at
number one Ref February 11, 1950 The Ames Brothers “Rag Mop” coral 1 July 15, 1950 Nat King Cole “Mona Lisa” Capitol

5 November 18, 1950 Sammy Kaye “Harbor Lights” Columbia 2 December 2, 1950 Phil Harris “The Thing” RCA Victor 4 December 30, 1950 Patti Page “The Tennessee Waltz” mercury 9 March 3, 1951 Perry Como “If” RCA Victor 6 March 10, 1951 Mario Lanza “Be My Love” RCA Victor ( Red Seal ) 1 June 23, 1951 Nat King Cole “Too Young”♪ (1951) capitol 5 September 8, 1951 Tony Bennett “Because Of You” Columbia 8 November 3, 1951 Tony Bennett “Cold, Cold Heart” Columbia 6 March 15, 1952 Kay Starr “Wheel Of Fortune” capitol 9 May 17, 1952 Leroy Anderson “Blue Tango”♪ (1952) Decca 5 July 5, 1952 Percy Faith “Delicado” Columbia 1 October 18, 1952 Patti Page “I Went To Your Wedding” mercury 5 January 10, 1953 Perry Como “Don’t Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes” RCA Victor 5 February 14, 1953 Teresa Brewer “Till I Waltz Again With You” coral 5 March 21, 1953 Patti Page “The Doggie In The Window” mercury 8 May 16, 1953 Percy Faith “The Song From Moulin Rouge (Where Is Your Heart)”♪ (1953) Columbia 10 August 8, 1953 Les Paul and Mary Ford “Vaya Con Dios (May God Be With You)” capitol 11 November 21, 1953 Tony Bennett “Rags To Riches” Columbia 6 January 2, 1954 Eddie Fisher “Oh! My Pa-pa (O Mein Papa)” RCA Victor 8 February 27, 1954 Doris Day “Secret Love” Columbia 3 March 13, 1954 Jo Stafford “Make Love To Me!” Columbia 3 April 10, 1954 Perry Como “Wanted” RCA Victor 8 August 7, 1954 The Crew Cuts “Sh-Boom” mercury 7 September 25, 1954 Rosemary Clooney “Hey There” Columbia 6 November 6, 1954 Rosemary Clooney “This Ole House” Columbia 1 November 13, 1954 Eddie Fisher “I Need You Now” RCA Victor 3 December 4, 1954 The Chordettes “Mr. Sandman” cadence 7 February 12, 1955 The McGuire Sisters “Sincerely” coral

6 October 29, 1955 Roger Williams “Autumn Leaves” Kapp 4 November 26, 1955 Tennessee Ernie Ford “Sixteen Tons” capitol 7 February 18, 1956 Kay Starr “Rock And Roll Waltz” RCA Victor 1 February 25, 1956 Nelson Riddle “Lisbon Antigua” capitol 4 April 21, 1956 Elvis Presley “Heartbreak Hotel”♪ (1956) RCA Victor 8 June 16, 1956 Gogi Grant “The Wayward Wind” era 6 July 28, 1956 Elvis Presley “I Want You, I Need You, I Love You” RCA Victor 1 August 4, 1956 The Platters “My Prayer” mercury 2 August 18, 1956 Elvis Presley “Don’t Be Cruel” / “Hound Dog” RCA Victor 11 November 3, 1956 Elvis Presley “Love Me Tender” RCA Victor 5 December 8, 1956 Guy Mitchell “Singing The Blues” Columbia 9 February 9, 1957 Elvis Presley “Too Much” RCA Victor 3 March 2, 1957 Tab Hunter “Young Love” dot 4 March 30, 1957 Buddy Knox “Party Doll” roulette 1 April 6, 1957 Perry Como “Round And Round” RCA Victor 1 April 13, 1957 Elvis Presley “All Shook Up”♪ (1957) RCA Victor 8 July 13, 1957 Elvis Presley “(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear” RCA Victor 7 August 31, 1957 Debbie Reynolds “Tammy” coral 3 September 14, 1957 Paul Anka “Diana” ABC-Paramount 1 October 5, 1957 Jimmie Rodgers “Honeycomb” roulette 2 October 26, 1957 Elvis Presley “Jailhouse Rock” RCA Victor 7 December 7, 1957 Sam Cooke “You Send Me” Keen 2 December 28, 1957 Pat Boone “April Love” dot 2 February 15, 1958 Elvis Presley “Don’t” RCA Victor 5 March 22, 1958 The Champs “Tequila” challenge 5 April 26, 1958 The Platters “Twilight Time” mercury 1 May 3, 1958 David Seville “Witch Doctor” liberty 2 May 17, 1958 The Everly Brothers “All I Have To Do Is Dream” cadence

4 July 26, 1958 Elvis Presley “Hard Headed Woman” RCA Victor 2
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