Charts 1958

Sweden: No 1 on Tio i Topp 1958.

No charts in Sweden.

UK: No 1 on Official Singles Chart 1958.


10 January 1958 Great Balls of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis (2 weeks)
24 January 1958 Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley (3 weeks)
14 February 1958 The Story of My Life - Michael Holliday (2 weeks)
28 February 1958 Magic Moments - Perry Como (8 weeks)
25 April 1958 Whole Lotta Woman - Marvin Rainwater (3 weeks)
16 May 1958 Who's Sorry Now -  Connie Francis (6 weeks)
27 June 1958 On the Street Where You Live - Vic Damone (2 weeks) *


4 July 1958 All I Have to Do Is Dream/Claudette - The Everly Brothers (7 weeks)
22 August 1958 When - The Kalin Twins (5 weeks)
26 September 1958 Carolina Moon/Stupid Cupid - Connie Francis (6 weeks)
7 November 1958 It's All in the Game - Tommy Edwards (3 weeks)
28 November 1958 Hoots Mon - Lord Rockingham's XI (3 weeks)
19 December 1958 It's Only Make Believe - Conway Twitty (5 weeks)

* Both Vic Damone's "On the Street Where You Live" and The Everly Brothers's "All I Have to Do Is Dream" were classified jointly as number one on 4 July 1958. For the following six weeks "All I Have to Do Is Dream" claimed the number-one spot outright.

USA: No 1 on Billboard Best Sellers In Stores/Hot 100 1958.


January 11, 1958 At The HopDanny & the Juniors (5 weeks)
February 15, 1958 Don't/I Beg of You - Elvis Presley (5 weeks)
March 22, 1958 Tequila - The Champs (5 weeks)
April 26, 1958 Twilight Time - The Platters (1 week)
May 3, 1958 Witch Doctor - David Seville (2 weeks)
May 17, 1958 All I Have To Do Is Dream - The Everly Brothers (4 weeks)
June 14, 1958 The Purple People Eater - Sheb Wooley (6 weeks)
July 26, 1958 Hard Headed Woman - Elvis Presley (2 weeks) *
August 4, 1958 Poor Little Fool - Ricky Nelson (2 weeks)
August 18, 1958 Volare (Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu) - Domenico Modugno (1 week)



August 25, 1958 Little Star - The Elegants (5 weeks)
September 29, 1958 It's All in the Game - Tommy Edwards (6 weeks)
November 10, 1958 It's Only Make Believe - Conway Twitty (1 week)
November 17, 1958 Tom Dooley - The Kingston Trio (2 weeks)
December 1, 1958 To Know Him Is to Love Him - The Teddy Bears (3 weeks)
December 22, 1958 The Chipmunk Song - The Chipmunks with David Seville (4 weeks)

* This was the last song on Billboard number-one singles charts(from the Best Sellers in Stores chart) preceding the Billboard Hot 100 were updated weekly by Billboard magazine and the leading indicator of popular music for the American music industry since 1940 and until the Billboard Hot 100 chart was established in August 1958.

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