What’s On the Jukebox: October 6, 1955

In case you were wondering (or trying to remember) what songs all the kids were getting down to this week in 1955, here are the top ten songs most frequently played on the jukebox this week– 62 years ago.

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The Yellow Rose of Texas by Mitch Miller and his Orchestra

Ain’t That a Shame by Pat Boone
(I like the Fats Domino version better, personally.)

Autumn Leaves by Roger Williams

Love is a Many-Splendored Thing by The Four Aces

Seventeen by The Fontane Sisters

The Yellow Rose of Texas by Johnny Desmond

The Longest Walk/Swanee by Jaye P. Morgan

Maybellene by Chuck Berry

(We’re Gonna) Rock Around the Clock by Bill Haley and His Comets

Tina Marie by Perry Como

(Original Top 10 list found here.)

 

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