The Beatles week ahead: New single debuted on Billboard charts 50 years ago
Jan. 30, 1969: The Beatles perform on the Apple rooftop. Feb. 1, 1964: “I Want To Hold Your Hand” becomes first U.S. Beatles No. 1 record. Feb. 1, 1964: “Meet the Beatles!” debuts on U.S. charts ... hour of John Lennon music and history hosted ...
Billboard Chart Record-Breakers: The Longest Music Moments Ever
and stars like Hunter Hayes and Jack White are trying their hands at music record-breaking. We're celebrating the best way we know how: with a long, long look at the record-breaking "longest" moments on the Billboard charts. The Beatles: 12 Record-Breaking ...
Australian musicians to hit No. 1 on American charts
Inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2006, Reddy said little had changed for women in music ... S last US chart topper was also her first big hit in the UK. Songwriter Alan O’Day loosely based the character in the song on the Beatles’ Lady Madonna.
50 Years Ago: The Beatles Reach Billboard Hot 100 Chart For The First Time
On Jan. 18, 1964, the Beatles‘ first Capitol single, ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand,’ entered the Billboard Hot 100. It was the first appearance for the group on the American chart. After only 10 days on the market, the song was able to debut at No. 45.
Beatles, Jay-Z Dominate Billboard Charts
It's all about the Beatles and Jay-Z this week on Billboard's albums charts. Based on preliminary sales numbers ... the band sold 1,393,000 albums in the U.S. Since SoundScan began tracking music sales in 1991, the Beatles have never sold less than 1 ...