What was the number one song today in 1959?

Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1959

What was the number one song today in 1959?

Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1959

Title Artist(s)
1 “The Battle of New Orleans” Johnny Horton
2 “Mack the Knife” Bobby Darin
3 “Personality” Lloyd Price
4 “Venus” Frankie Avalon

What was the number one rock and roll song in 1959?

Top 40 Rock & Roll Songs in 1959

Rank Song Title
1 What’d I Say Ray Charles ► What’d I Say
2 There Goes My Baby The Drifters ► There Goes My Baby
3 Back in the U.S.A Chuck Berry ► Back in the U.S.A
4 Sea Cruise Frankie Ford ► Sea Cruise

Who wrote I’ll be looking at the moon but I’ll be seeing you?

Sammy FainI’ll Be Seeing You / ComposerSammy Fain was an American composer of popular music. In the 1920s and early 1930s, he contributed numerous songs that form part of The Great American Songbook, and to Broadway theatre. Fain was also a popular musician and vocalist. Wikipedia

Who wrote Come Softly to Me?

Gary Troxel
Barbara EllisGretchen Christopher
Come Softly to Me/Composers

What was the number one song February 1959?

List of Cash Box Top 100 number-one singles of 1959

Issue date Song Artist
February 7 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes The Platters
February 14 Stagger Lee Lloyd Price
February 21
February 28

What was the biggest thing in 1959?

United States – Canada – St. Lawrence Seaway is completed.

  • Vanguard 2 Weather Satellite.
  • World – Antarctic Treaty.
  • USSR – The Luna 2 spacecraft crashes into the Moon.
  • United States – The Film Ben-Hur premieres.
  • United States – The Twilight Zone.
  • U.S. — Mercury Seven First US Astronauts.
  • What were the hits in 1959?

    Top 100 Hits of 1959/Top 100 Songs of 1959

    • The Battle of New Orleans – Johnny Horton.
    • Mack the Knife – Bobby Darin.
    • Personality – Lloyd Price.
    • Venus – Frankie Avalon.
    • Lonely Boy – Paul Anka.
    • Dream Lover – Bobby Darin.
    • The Three Bells (Les trois cloches) – The Browns.
    • Come Softly to Me – The Fleetwoods.

    Who’s the original singer of I’ll be seeing you?

    Sammy Fain
    I’ll Be Seeing You (song)

    “I’ll Be Seeing You”
    Published 1938 by Marlo Music Corporation
    Composer(s) Sammy Fain
    Lyricist(s) Irving Kahal

    How old is Gary Troxel?

    82 years (November 28, 1939)Gary Troxel / Age

    When did Come Softly to Me come out?

    1959Come Softly to Me / Released