The Number One Hits Of 1963

The Number One Hits Of 1963:
December 22, 1962 – January 11, 1963:
The Tornados – Telstar
January 12, 1963 – January 25, 1963:
Steve Lawrence – Go Away Little Girl
January 26, 1963 – February 8, 1963:
The Rooftop Singers – Walk Right In
February 9, 1963 – March 1, 1963:
Paul & Paula – Hey Paula
March 2, 1963 – March 22, 1963:
The Four Seasons – Walk Like A Man
March 23, 1963 – March 29, 1963:
Ruby & the Romantics – Our Day Will Come
March 30, 1963 – April 26, 1963:
The Chiffons – He’s So Fine
April 27, 1963 – May 17, 1963:
Little Peggy March – I Will Follow Him
May 18, 1963 – May 31, 1963:
Jimmy Soul – If You Wanna Be Happy
June 1, 1963 – June 14, 1963:
Lesley Gore – It’s My Party
June 15, 1963 – July 5, 1963:
Kyu Sakamoto – Sukiyaki
July 6, 1963 – July 19, 1963:
The Essex – Easier Said Than Done
July 20, 1963 – August 2, 1963:
Jan and Dean – Surf City
August 3, 1963 – August 9, 1963:
The Tymes – So Much in Love
August 10, 1963 – August 30, 1963:
Little Stevie Wonder – Fingertips (pt. II)
August 31, 1963 – September 20, 1963:
The Angels – My Boyfriend’s Back
September 21, 1963 – October 11, 1963:
Bobby Vinton – Blue Velvet
October 12, 1963 – November 15, 1963:
Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs – Sugar Shack
November 16, 1963 – November 22, 1963:
Nino Tempo and April Stevens – Deep Purple
November 23, 1963 – December 6, 1963:
Dale & Grace – I’m Leaving It Up to You
December 7, 1963 – January 3, 1964:
The Singing Nun – Dominique

(Data is complied from various charts including: Billboard’s “Pop,” “Airplay,” “R&B” and “Singles” Charts. “Hot 100” is the primary chart used starting October, 1958)