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What was the number 1 song in September 1996?

List of Cash Box Top 100 number-one singles of 1996

Issue date Song Artist
September 7 “Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)” Los del Río
September 14 “I Love You Always Forever” Donna Lewis
September 21
September 28

What was the #1 song in March 1997?

Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down
Chart history

No. Issue date Song
813 March 1 “Wannabe”
March 8
March 15
814 March 22 “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down”

What was number 1 in the charts in 1996?

The first number 1 single of the year was “Jesus to a Child”, George Michael’s first solo #1 for 10 years. This was followed by Babylon Zoo’s “Spaceman”, which had been used in an advert for Levi’s.

What was the number 1 song on March 28 1997?

Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down – Puff Daddy. If you were born on Friday 28th March, 1997 then Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down by Puff Daddy was the #1 song in the US on your birthday.

What was No 1 on this day in 1997?

Number 1 today in 1997: Eternal – I Wanna Be The Only One One pop group who had waited patiently to get to the top of the Official Singles Chart was Eternal.

What was number one in the charts August 1996?

List of UK Independent Singles Chart number ones of 1996

Issue date Song Artist
17 August “Born Slippy .NUXX” Underworld
24 August “We’ve Got It Goin’ On” The Backstreet Boys
31 August
7 September “One to Another” The Charlatans

Who was the Green Party candidate for president in 1996?

Ralph Nader was on the ballot in twenty-one states (225 Electoral Votes). Those states with a lighter shade are states in which he was an official write-in candidate. The Green Party of the United States – Ralph Nader of Connecticut was drafted as a candidate for President of the United States on the Green Party ticket.

Who was the Vice President of the United States in 1996?

At the 1996 Democratic National Convention, Clinton and incumbent Vice President Al Gore were renominated with token opposition. Incarcerated fringe candidate Lyndon LaRouche won a few Arkansas delegates who were barred from the convention.

Who was the independent candidate for president in 1992?

Billionaire and 1992 independent presidential candidate Ross Perot of Texas, the nominee of the newly founded Reform Party, though performing strongly for a third party candidate and receiving 8.4% of the vote, was unable to replicate his 1992 performance.