The Offbeat Datebook August 24, 2022

Offbeat Datebook

Offbeat Datebook: Births and Deaths (sorted by age), Events and Holidays for August 24

Last Updated 08-16-2022

🎭Hal Miller — is 89 in the year 2022 and 90 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1933 N.S.
Actor, Comedian
Names/Places: aka: Harold Miller
TV Shows: Sesame Street (as Gordon Robinson)

🎨✍🎵Mason Williams — is 84 in the year 2022 and 85 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1938
Photographer, Author, Comedy Writer, Composer, Songwriter, Folk Guitarist
Names/Places: b. in Abilene, Texas
Misc: some say b. 1936
Song Titles: Classical Gas
TV Shows: Andy Williams Show (writer), Glen Campbell Show (writer), Smothers Brothers (regular and writer), Pat Paulsen Show (writer), Saturday Night Live (writer)

🎭🎵Reathal Bean — is 80 in the year 2022 and 81 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1942
Actor, Novelty Singer
Group Names: The Doonesbury Break Crew (lead rapper)
Movie Titles: Dancer in the Dark, Almost Famous, Cocktail, The Nanny Diaries

🎭Joe Regalbuto — is 73 in the year 2022 and 74 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1949
Actor, Director
TV Shows: The Associates, Knots Landing (as Harry Fisher), Street Hawk, Murphy Brown (as Frank Fontana), George Lopez (director)
Movie Titles: Missing, Raw Deal

🎭Kevin Dunn — is 66 in the year 2022 and 67 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1956
Actor, Cartoon Voice Actor, Producer
TV Shows: JAG (as Admiral A.Z. Brovo), Samantha Who?, Code Black (as Dr. Taylor), Veep (as Ben Cafferty)
Movie Titles: Warrior, Transformers (series), Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Small Soldiers (voice), Godzilla

✍🎭Stephen Fry — is 65 in the year 2022 and 66 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1957
Writer, Actor, Comedian, Producer, English
TV Shows: QI (host)
Movie Titles: V for Vendetta, Sherlock Homles: A Game of Shadows, Alice in Wonderland (2010)

🎭Steve Guttenberg — is 64 in the year 2022 and 65 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1958 N.S.
Actor, Producer
Names/Places: b. in New York City
TV Shows: Billy (as Billy Fisher), No Soap-Radio
Movie Titles: Police Academy (series), Short Circuit, Three Men & a Baby, Cocoon, It Takes Two (movie), Home For The Holidays

🎵🎸Mark “Bedders” Bedford — is 61 in the year 2022 and 62 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1961 N.S.
Composer/Songwriter, Alternative Rock Bassist, Ska Musician, English
Group Names: Madness

✍🎭Craig Kilborn — is 60 in the year 2022 and 61 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1962
Writer, Actor, Comedian, TV Talk Show Host, Producer
TV Shows: The Daily Show, The Late Late Show

🎮Hideo Kojima — is 59 in the year 2022 and 60 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1963 N.S.
Video Game Designer, Japanese
Misc: founder of Kojima Productions
Video Games: Metal Gear (series), Zone of the Enders, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow

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🎭Barret Oliver — is 49 in the year 2022 and 50 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1973
Actor
Misc: retired from acting in 1989
Movie Titles: Cocoon, Frankenweenie, Cocoon: The Return, The Never Ending Story

🎭Dave Chappelle — is 49 in the year 2022 and 50 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1973 N.S.
Actor, Comedian, Producer
TV Shows: Chappelle’s Show
Movie Titles: Half Baked, You’ve Got Mail

🎭🎮🎵Grey DeLisle — is 49 in the year 2022 and 50 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1973 N.S.
Actress, Comedienne, Cartoon Voice Actress, Video Game Voice Actress, Singer
Names/Places: aka: Grey Griffin
Misc: prolific voice actress since the 1990s; far too many notable works to list!
TV Shows: Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, The Replacements, Scooby-Doo, The Fairly Odd Parents, Phineas and Ferb, Winx Club, Gravity Falls, The Loud House, Mighty Magiswords, WordGirl, Turbo FAST
Movie Titles: Avatar
Video Games: Batman: Arkham City

🎭Jennifer Lien — is 48 in the year 2022 and 49 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1974
Actress, Cartoon Voice Actress, Producer
TV Shows: Men in Black: The Series, Phenom (as Roanne), Star Trek: Voyager (as Kes, an Ocampa)
Movie Titles: American History X, SLC Punk!

🎭Adam Blampied — is 35 in the year 2022 and 36 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1987 N.S.
Comedian, English

🎭Rupert Grint — is 34 in the year 2022 and 35 in the year 2023; b.8/24/1988
Actor, English
Movie Titles: Harry Potter (movies as Ron Weasley)

🎭Durward Kirby — Birth Anniversary — b.8/24/1912 d.3/15/2000 (87)
Radio Actor, TV Host, Variety Show Host, Announcer
Names/Places: b. in Covington, Kentucky
TV Shows: Garry Moore Show (as the lanky sidekick on Garry’s TV & Radio shows), Candid Camera (cohost)

🎭🎵Hal Smith — Birth Anniversary — b.8/24/1916 d.1/28/1994 (77)
TV/Movie/Radio Actor, Cartoon Voice Actor, Singer
TV Shows: Disney (as Goofy, Jiminy Cricket, Winnie the Pooh, etc.), The Andy Griffith Show (as Otis Campbell the town drunk)

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🎭Jerry Damon — Birth Anniversary — b.8/24/1927 d.1/24/1979 (51)
Actor, Announcer
TV Shows: That Was the Week That Was

🎭Kenny (Star Wars) Baker — Birth Anniversary — b.8/24/1934 d.8/13/2016 N.S. (81)
Actor, English
Movie Titles: Flash Gordon, The Elephant Man, Star Wars (series as R2-D2), Time Bandits

🎵Jimmy Soul — Birth Anniversary — b.8/24/1942 d.6/25/1988 (45)
Gospel Singer, Rhythm and Blues Singer
Song Titles: If You Wanna Be Happy

🎭Charles Rocket — Birth Anniversary — b.8/24/1949 d.10/7/2005 (56)
Actor, Comedian
TV Shows: Moonlighting (semi-regular), Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update (anchor & regular 1980-81, the 1st SNL member fired from NY for saying the ‘f’ word live just happened to be a Rocket!)

🎭Jerry Clower — Death Anniversary — b.9/28/1926 d.8/24/1998 (71)
Comedian
Misc: Country Comedian; b. Aug 28?
TV Shows: Nashville on the Road

🎭Mary Jane Croft — Death Anniversary — b.2/15/1916 d.8/24/1999 (83)
TV/Radio Actress
Names/Places: Elliot Lewis’ wife
TV Shows: Our Miss Brooks (as Miss Daisy Enright), People’s Choice (as voice of Cleo the dog), Ozzie & Harriet (as Clara Randolph), I Love Lucy (as Betty Ramsey 1957), Lucy Show (as Mary Jane Lewis), Here’s Lucy (as Mary Jane Lewis)

🎭🎵Jay Thomas — Death Anniversary — b.7/12/1948 d.8/24/2017 N.S. (69)
TV/Movie/Stage Actor, Producer, Radio Disc Jock
Names/Places: RFN:John
Misc: Power 106 D.J. 1980s-90s
TV Shows: Mork & Mindy (as Remo DaVinci), Cheers (as Eddie LeBec), Murphy Brown (as Jerry Gold), Married People (as Russell Meyers), Love & War (as Jack Styne)
Movie Titles: Mr. Holland’s Opus, Dragonfly, The Santa Clause 2

📰🎭Robin Leach — Death Anniversary — b.8/29/1941 N.S. d.8/24/2018 N.S. (76)
Journalist, TV Host, Producer, English
Names/Places: b. in London, England
TV Shows: Fame Fortune & Romance, Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous, Runaway with the Rich & Famous
Movie Titles: She-Devil, Maxed Out, Troop Beverly Hills

🎵🎸Charlie Watts — Death Anniversary — b.6/2/1941 N.S. d.8/24/2021 N.S. (80)
Hall of Famer, Percussionist, Rock & Roll Drummer, English
Names/Places: MN:Robert
Group Names: The Rolling Stones

🎭🎵Phil Baker — Birth Anniversary Conflict — b.8/24/1896 or 8/26/1896 N.S. d.11/30/1963 (67)
Movie Actor, Radio Actor, Comedian, Vaudevillan, Songwriter
Misc: host of “Take It or Leave It” on NBC Radio (1941-1947); popular old time radio personality who partnered with Ben Bernie; some say b. 1898; sources can’t agree on date of birth

Related Events on This Date

In 1869, The Waffle Iron was patented by Cornelius Swarthout. The next day, the Waffle Whiffer snatches all the waffles made.

In 1894, Chicago catcher William “Pop” Schriver becomes the first player to catch a ball dropped from the top of the Washington Monument.

In 1910, Billy Sullivan snags three baseballs dropped by batterymate Ed Walsh from atop the 555-foot Washington Monument. The White Sox catcher, feeling the 200-to-300 pound force the objects gain in their vertical descent, nixes the idea of trying to catch a ball tossed from a plane.

In 1941, During a double-header against the Cardinals, a ragtag group of five ‘musicians’, dubbed the Dodger SymPhony by announcer Red Barber, makes their Ebbets Fieldʹs debut. This band, in which none of the members can read music, performs their zany antics at all evening and weekend games.

In 1945, The Pluto film, “The Legend of Coyote Rock” is released.

In 1948, “Mary Kay and Johnny”, TV Comedy; last aired on DUMONT, moved to NBC.

In 1955, “My Little Margie”, TV Comedy; last aired on NBC.

In 1960, During a dull game, Vin Scully, the play-by-play voice of the Dodgers, knowing that many fans in the stands follow the game on transistor radios, asks his listeners to help him surprise third base umpire Frank Secory. His ballpark audience responds when the veteran broadcaster tells them, “Letʹs have some fun. As soon as the inning is over, Iʹll count to three, and on three, everybody yell, ‘Happy birthday, Frank!’”.

In 1963, R.C., “Danke Schoen” by Wayne Newton peaked at #13 on the pop singles chart.

In 1963, R.C., “Hello Mudduh, Hello Fudduh! (A Letter From Camp)” by Allan Sherman peaked at number two on the pop singles chart.

In 1965, TVʹs Where The Action Is Appearing: Impressions (Itʹs All Right), Detergents (Leader of the Laundermat).

In 1968, On the cover of TV Guide: “cast of Star Trek: Deforest Kelley, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy”. Other Articles: Clint Eastwood, Edd Byrnes

In 1968, R.C., “Journey To The Center Of The Mind” by The Amboy Dukes peaked at #16 on the pop singles chart.

In 1969, Morning: John Lennon writes “Cold Turkey.” Afternoon: John rehearses “Cold Turkey.” Evening: John records “Cold Turkey.” Midnight: John dreams of “Cold Turkey.” Next morning: John sick of “Cold Turkey.”

In 1969, The film version of Arlo Guthrieʹs song “Aliceʹs Restaurant” opened in Los Angeles and New York.

In 1972, “My Three Sons”, TV Comedy; last aired on CBS.

In 1974, R.C., “Wildwood Weed” by Jim Stafford peaked at number seven on the pop singles chart.

In 1974, “The Streak” single by Ray Stevens was certified Gold by the RIAA

In 1977, Johnny Paycheck records the David Allan Coe-penned “Take This Job And Shove It” at Nashvilleʹs Columbia Recording Studio

In 1978, Barnes and Barnes (Bill Mumy and Robert Haymer) recorded the all-time demented classic “Fish Heads.”

In 1979, “The Facts Of Life”, TV Comedy; debut on NBC. Starred Charlotte Rae, Lisa Whelchel, Mindy Cohn, Kim Fields, and four other girls including Molly Ringwald who lasted only a season plus the four summer episodes, so they replaced the rest with Nancy McKeon from 1980 on and it stayed on for an unbelievable ten seasons (counting the 1978-79 summer run as the first)! Housekeeper Edna Garrett moves on up to the “Eastland side” to a deluxe girls prep school to serve as housemother and teach “The Facts Of Life.”

In 1985, R.C., “You Look Marverlos” by Billy Crystal peaked at #58 on the pop singles chart.

In 1987, PBS is threatened with a lawsuit if they use a banana to demonstrate how to use a condom during an AIDS special. Itʹs not a fundamentalist group protesting, but Robert Moore, president of the International Banana Association.

In 1988, Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis picked up the endorsement of the AFL-CIO while Republican nominee George Bush campaigned in California with President Ronald Reagan. Wally George, a conservative talk show host, used to pronounce Dukakis in such a way that it was a slang way of saying feces in English and then in Spanish. Doo…ca-cas.

In 1989, Ringo Starr spoofed the car chase scene from “Help!” in an Oldsmobile commercial with daughter Lee Starkey.

In 1990, Sinead OʹConnor banned the “Star Spangled Banner” from her show in New Jersey and was sneered with boos from the audience louder than the boos while Roseanne was singing it the month before.

In 1993, “Insane In The Brain” single by Cypress Hill was certified Gold by the RIAA. Not a demented song, but the title sure is demented.

In 1995, The most over-hyped operating system upgrade ever was released: Microsoft Windows 95. Windows 95 was rumored to be run under MS DOS Seven in some computer magazines. Microsoft also purchased the rights to use the Rolling Stonesʹ “Start Me Up” for a reported $12 million.

In 1996, On the cover of TV Guide: “William Shatner OR Patrick Stewart OR Kate Mulgrew OR Avery Brooks”. Other Articles: Star Trek Turns 30. Collect all four covers!

In 1999, “A Little Bit Of Mambo” album by Lou Bega was released

In 2006, The International Astronomical Union declared that Pluto was no longer a full-fledged planet, demoting it to the status of a “dwarf planet”; Patricia Tombaugh, the widow of Pluto discoverer Clyde Tombaugh, called the decision “disappointing” and “confusing.”

In 2011, Steve Jobs, co-founder and chief executive officer of Apple Incorporated, resigned, telling his companyʹs board he could “no longer meet my duties and expectations.” Jobs, 56, who stayed on as chairman, had battled cancer for several years. He died October 5, 2011.

Movie Releases On This Date

In 1977, “Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown” was released in movie theaters by Paramount Pictures / Bill Melendez Productions / Lee Mendelson Film Productions / United Feature Syndicate; Bill Melendez (director); Phil Roman (co-director); Charles M. Schulz (screenplay); Duncan Watson, Stuart Brotman, Gail Davis, Liam Martin, Melanie Kohn, Jimmy Ahrens, Kirk Jue, Jordan Warren, Tom Muller, Greg Felton, Joseph Biter, Bill Melendez, Jackson Beck, Fred Van Amburg; Adventure, Comedy; Animation

In 1977, “Thunder and Lightning” was released in movie theaters by 20th Century Fox; Corey Allen (director); William Hjortsberg (screenplay); Sterling Holloway, Patrick Cranshaw, Charles Napier, George Murdock, Ron Feinberg, David Carradine, Kate Jackson, Roger C. Carmel, Eddie Barth, Charles Willeford, Emilio Rivera, Richard Holden, Hope Pomerance, Malcolm Jones, Christopher Raynolds, Claude Earl Jones; Action, Comedy; Live Action

In 1979, “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School” was released in movie theaters by New World Pictures; Allan Arkush (director); Richard Whitley, Russ Dvonch, Joseph McBride (screenplay); P.J. Soles, Vince Van Patten, Clint Howard, Dey Young, Ramones, Mary Woronov, Paul Bartel, Dick Miller, Don Steele, Loren Lester, Grady Sutton, Alix Elias, Daniel Davies, Lynn Farrell, Herbie Braha; Musical, Comedy; Live Action

In 1984, “Oxford Blues” was released in movie theaters by MGM/UA / 20th Century Fox; Robert Boris (director/screenplay); Rob Lowe, Amanda Pays, Julian Sands, Ally Sheedy, Julian Firth, Alan Howard, Gail Strickland, Michael Gough, Aubrey Morris, Anthony Calf, Cary Elwes, Bruce Payne, Richard Hunt; Sports, Comedy, Drama; Live Action

In 1988, “Crossing Delancey” was released in movie theaters by Warner Bros. Pictures; Joan Micklin Silver (director); Susan Sandler (screenplay); Amy Irving, Peter Riegert, Reizl Bozyk, Jeroen Krabbé, Sylvia Miles, George Martin, John Bedford Lloyd, Claudia Silver, David Pierce, Rosemary Harris, Suzzy Roche, Amy Wright, Faye Grant, Deborah Offner, Kathleen Wilhoite, Reg E. Cathey, Susan Blommaert, Dolores Sutton, Michael Ornstein, Susan Sandler; Romance, Comedy; Live Action

In 1990, “Men at Work” was released in movie theaters by Triumph Films; Emilio Estevez (director/screenplay); Charlie Sheen, Emilio Estevez, Leslie Hope, Keith David, Dean Cameron, John Getz, Hawk Wolinski, John Lavachielli, Geoffrey Blake, Cameron Dye, John Putch, Tommy Hinkley, Darrell Larson, Sy Richardson, Troy Evans, Jim “Poorman” Trenton; Comedy; Live Action

In 1990, “The Witches” was released in movie theaters by Warner Bros. Pictures; Nicolas Roeg (director); Allan Scott (screenplay); Anjelica Huston, Mai Zetterling, Jasen Fisher, Rowan Atkinson, Jane Horrocks, Charlie Potter, Anne Lambton, Angelique Rockas, Annabel Brooks, Sukie Smith, Bill Paterson, Brenda Blethyn, Jenny Runacre, Emma Relph, Rose English, Nora Connolly, Rosamund Greenwood, Darcy Flynn, Vincent Marzello, Elsie Eide, Grete Nordrå, Ola Otnes, Merete Armand, Jim Carter, Roberta Taylor, Stella Tanner, Barbara Hicks, Michael Palin; Comedy, Fantasy; Live Action

In 1997, “Snow White: A Tale of Terror” was released on television by PolyGram Filmed Entertainment / Interscope Communications; Michael Cohn (director); Tom Szollosi, Deborah Serra (screenplay); Sigourney Weaver, Sam Neill, Monica Keena, Gil Bellows, David Conrad, Miroslav Taborsky, Brian Glover, Andrew Tiernan, Anthony Brophy, Chris Bauer, Frances Cuka, Bryan Pringle, Taryn Davis, Joanna Roth, John Edward Allen, Dale Wyatt; Gothic, Fantasy, Horror; Live Action

In 2001, “Bubble Boy” was released in movie theaters by Touchstone Pictures; Blair Hayes (director); Cinco Paul, Ken Daurio (screenplay); Jake Gyllenhaal, Swoosie Kurtz, Marley Shelton, Danny Trejo, John Carroll Lynch, Verne Troyer, Dave Sheridan, Brian George, Patrick Cranshaw, Ever Carradine, Beetlejuice, Fabio Lanzoni, Zach Galifianakis, Arden Myrin, Pablo Schreiber, Matthew McGrory, Stacy Keibler, Stephen Spinella, Geoffrey Arend, Bonnie Morgan, The Sklar Brothers, Ping Wu, Boti Ann Bliss, Cinco Paul, Ken Daurio, Leo Fitzpatrick, Brian Friedman, Arden Myrin, Mandy Moore, Mitch Holleman, Alex Black, Robert Bailey Jr., Steve Van Wormer, Charles Noland, Gary Bullock, Steven Anthony Lawrence, Raja Fenske, Cleo King, Robert LaSardo; Comedy; Live Action

In 2001, “The Curse of the Jade Scorpion” was released in movie theaters by DreamWorks; Woody Allen (director/screenplay); Woody Allen, Dan Aykroyd, Helen Hunt, Charlize Theron, Brian Markinson, Wallace Shawn, David Ogden Stiers, Elizabeth Berkley, Peter Gerety, John Schuck, Kaili Vernoff, Kevin Cahoon; Comedy, Crime; Live Action

In 2001, “Ghosts of Mars” was released in movie theaters by Screen Gems; John Carpenter (director/screenplay); Larry Sulkis (screenplay); Ice Cube, Natasha Henstridge, Jason Statham, Pam Grier, Clea DuVall, Joanna Cassidy, Richard Cetrone, Liam Waite, Duane Davis, Lobo Sebastian, Rodney A. Grant, Peter Jason, Wanda De Jesus, Robert Carradine; Sci-Fi, Horror; Live Action

In 2001, “Happy Accidents” was released in movie theaters by IFC Films / MGM; Brad Anderson (director/screenplay); Marisa Tomei, Vincent D’Onofrio, Nadia Dajani, Richard Portnow, Anthony Michael Hall, Holland Taylor, José Zúñiga, Sean Gullette, Tamara Jenkins, Sam Seder, Tovah Feldshuh, Larry Fessenden, Cara Buono, Neal Huff, Robert Stanton, Mike McGlone, H. Jon Benjamin, Dan Frazer, Rossano Brazzi, Katharine Hepburn, Lianna Pai, Bronson Dudley; Comedy, Romance; Live Action

In 2001, “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back” was released in movie theaters by Dimension Films; Kevin Smith (director/screenplay); Jason Mewes, Kevin Smith, Jason Lee, Ben Affleck, Shannon Elizabeth, Eliza Dushku, Will Ferrell, Ali Larter, Chris Rock, Jennifer Schwalbach Smith, Brian O’Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Matt Damon, Judd Nelson, George Carlin, Carrie Fisher, Seann William Scott, Jon Stewart, Jules Asner, Steve Kmetko, Tracy Morgan, Gus Van Sant, Jamie Kennedy, Wes Craven, Shannen Doherty, Mark Hamill, Marc Blucas, Matthew James, Jane Silvia, Carmen Llywelyn, Diedrich Bader, Jason Biggs, James Van Der Beek, Morris Day, Bryan Johnson, Walter Flanagan, Renee Humphrey, Joey Lauren Adams, Dwight Ewell, Scott William Winters, William B. Davis, Alanis Morissette; Comedy; Live Action

In 2001, “Summer Catch” was released in movie theaters by Warner Bros. Pictures; Mike Tollin (director); Kevin Falls, John Gatins (screenplay); Freddie Prinze, Jr., Jessica Biel, Fred Ward, Jason Gedrick, Brittany Murphy, Gabriel Mann, Bruce Davison, Marc Blucas, Matthew Lillard, Brian Dennehy, John C. McGinley, Wilmer Valderrama, Corey Pearson, Christian Kane, Zena Grey, Traci Dinwiddie, Susan Gardner, Beverly D’Angelo, Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Lieberthal, Doug Glanville, Pat Burrell, Kevin Youkilis, Curt Gowdy, Hank Aaron, Carlton Fisk; Romance, Comedy; Live Action

In 2007, “Mr. Bean’s Holiday” was released in movie theaters by Universal Pictures / Working Title Films; Steve Bendelack (director); Hamish McColl, Robin Driscoll (screenplay); Rowan Atkinson, Emma de Caunes, Maxim Baldry, Willem Dafoe, Jean Rochefort, Karel Roden, Catherine Hosmalin, Urbain Cancelier, Stéphane Debac, Julie Ferrier, Steve Pemberton, Lily Atkinson; Comedy

In 2007, “The Nanny Diaries” was released in movie theaters by The Weinstein Company; Shari Springer Berman, Robert Pulcini (directors/screenplay); Scarlett Johansson, Laura Linney, Alicia Keys, Chris Evans, Donna Murphy, Paul Giamatti, Nicholas Art, Nina Garbiras, Brande Roderick, Heather Simms, Julie White, Judith Roberts; Comedy, Drama

Unusual Songs Charting in the U.S.

In 1946, “The Gypsy” by The Ink Spots charted at number 8 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1946, “Doin’ What Comes Naturally” by Dinah Shore charted at number 9 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1946, “Choo Choo Ch’ Boogie” by Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five charted at number 10 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1957, “Short Fat Fannie” by Larry Williams charted at number 8 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1957, “White Silver Sands” by Don Rondo charted at number 10 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1957, “The Flying Saucer The 2nd” by Buchanan And Goodman charted at number 19 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1957, “White Silver Sands” by Dave Gardner charted at number 35 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1957, “Little Darlin’” by The Diamonds charted at number 55 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1957, “School Day (Ring! Ring! Goes The Bell)” by Chuck Berry charted at number 70 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1957, “White Silver Sands” by The Owen Bradley Quintet charted at number 71 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1957, “Rockin’ Pneumonia (and The Boogie Woogie Flu)” by Huey (Piano) Smith And The Clowns charted at number 79 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh! (A Letter From Camp)” by Allan Sherman charted at number 2 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Wipe Out” by The Surfaris charted at number 7 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Danke Schoen” by Wayne Newton charted at number 13 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Surf City” by Jan And Dean charted at number 15 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Martian Hop” by Ran-Dells charted at number 43 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Journey To The Center Of Your Mind” by The Amboy Dukes charted at number 16 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “1,2,3 Red Light” by 1910 Fruitgum Company charted at number 22 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Mr. Businessman” by Ray Stevens charted at number 50 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Harper Valley P.T.A.” by Jeannie C. Riley charted at number 81 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Bring Back Those Rockabye Baby Days” by Tiny Tim charted at number 97 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “The Night Chicago Died” by Paper Lace charted at number 2 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “I Shot The Sheriff” by Eric Clapton charted at number 5 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Wildwood Weed” by Jim Stafford charted at number 7 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Wild Thing” by Fancy charted at number 18 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Clap For The Wolfman” by The Guess Who charted at number 22 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Earache My Eye” by Cheech And Chong charted at number 47 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Wombling Summer Party” by The Wombles charted at number 61 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Surfin’ U.S.A.” by The Beach Boys charted at number 74 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Moonlight Special” by Ray Stevens charted at number 76 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Makin’ The Best Of A Bad Situation” by Dick Feller charted at number 99 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Billy, Don’t Be A Hero” by Bo Donaldson And The Heywoods charted at number 100 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Money For Nothing” by Dire Straits charted at number 17 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Smokin’ In The Boys Room” by Mötley Crüe charted at number 21 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “You Look Marvelous” by Fernando (Billy Crystal) charted at number 58 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “19” by Paul Hardcastle charted at number 61 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “The Goonies ‘R’ Good Enough” by Cyndi Lauper charted at number 100 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “Low Rider (On The Boulevard)” by Latin Alliance Featuring War charted at number 58 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix)” by Los del Rio charted at number 1 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Ironic” by Alanis Morissette charted at number 24 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los del Rio charted at number 37 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los Del Mar charted at number 75 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Redneck Games” by Jeff Foxworthy And Alan Jackson charted at number 85 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 2002, “Ten Rounds With José Cuervo” by Tracy Byrd charted at number 44 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 2002, “I’m Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin’ Song)” by Brad Paisley charted at number 82 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore And Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz charted at number 31 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “I Love It” by Icona Pop Featuring Charli XCX charted at number 34 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road (Remix)” by Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus charted at number 3 on the U.S. Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in the U.K.

In 1957, “Little Darlin’” by The Diamonds charted at number 11 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Wipe Out” by The Surfaris charted at number 10 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Deck Of Cards” by Wink Martindale charted at number 29 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Surf City” by Jan And Dean charted at number 30 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Surfin’ U.S.A.” by The Beach Boys charted at number 34 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Fire” by The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown charted at number 2 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Yummy, Yummy, Yummy” by Ohio Express charted at number 18 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Here Comes The Judge” by Pigmeat Markham charted at number 26 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Here Comes The Judge” by Shorty Long charted at number 35 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Laurel And Hardy” by The Equals charted at number 39 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “I Shot The Sheriff” by Eric Clapton charted at number 9 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Kung Fu Fighting” by Carl Douglas charted at number 29 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “My Girl Bill” by Jim Stafford charted at number 39 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Banana Rock” by The Wombles charted at number 46 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Money For Nothing” by Dire Straits charted at number 6 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Tarzan Boy” by Baltimora charted at number 11 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Living On Video” by Trans-X charted at number 28 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “My Toot Toot” by Denise LaSalle charted at number 37 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Smokin’ In The Boys Room” by Mötley Crüe charted at number 71 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “I’m Too Sexy” by Right Said Fred charted at number 2 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los del Rio charted at number 4 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “How Bizarre” by OMC charted at number 5 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Three Lions” by David Baddiel And Frank Skinner With The Lightning Seeds charted at number 37 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Move Move Move” by 1996 Manchester United Fa Cup Squad charted at number 73 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 2002, “The Logical Song” by Scooter charted at number 18 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “I Love It” by Icona Pop Featuring Charli XCX charted at number 17 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore And Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz charted at number 68 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “Gangnam Style” by PSY charted at number 76 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X charted at number 20 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Baby Shark” by Pinkfong charted at number 87 on the U.K. Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in Australia

In 1957, “Little Darlin’” by The Diamonds charted at number 2 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1957, “School Day (Ring! Ring! Goes The Bell)” by Chuck Berry charted at number 12 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Surf City” by Jan And Dean charted at number 3 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Wipe Out / Surfer Joe” by The Surfaris charted at number 8 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Whiskey On A Sunday (The Puppet Song) / The Orange And The Green” by The Irish Rovers charted at number 1 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Yummy, Yummy, Yummy” by Ohio Express charted at number 13 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “The Unicorn” by The Irish Rovers charted at number 17 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Here Comes The Judge” by Shorty Long charted at number 18 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Billy, Don’t Be A Hero / Celia” by Paper Lace charted at number 5 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “The Streak / You’ve Got The Music Inside” by Ray Stevens charted at number 7 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Midnight At The Oasis / Any Old Time” by Maria Muldaur charted at number 14 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “My Girl Bill / I May Never Pass This Way Again” by Cash Backman charted at number 23 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “My Girl Bill / L.A. Mamma” by Jim Stafford charted at number 30 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Too Pooped To Pop / She, Tell Me What To Do” by The La De Da’s charted at number 31 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Do The Spunky Monkey / My Daddy Was A Song And Dance Man” by Digby Richards charted at number 62 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Wild Thing / Fancy” by Fancy charted at number 67 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Tubular Bells (Theme From “The Exorcist”) / Froggy Went a-Courting” by Mike Oldfield charted at number 74 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “The Night Chicago Died / Can You Get It When You Want It” by Paper Lace charted at number 93 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Money For Nothing” by Dire Straits charted at number 17 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “The Goonies ‘R’ Good Enough” by Cyndi Lauper charted at number 19 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “We Are The World” by U.S.A. For Africa charted at number 37 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Like A Surgeon” by “Weird Al” Yankovic charted at number 41 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “The Grease Megamix” by John Travolta And Olivia Newton-John charted at number 9 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “People Are Still Having Sex” by LaTour charted at number 25 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “Rush” by Big Audio Dynamite II charted at number 50 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los del Rio charted at number 5 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Mother Mother” by Tracy Bonham charted at number 8 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los Del Mar Featuring Pedro Castano charted at number 13 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Dune Buggy” by The Presidents Of The United States Of America charted at number 24 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “I’ll Be There For You (Friends Theme)” by The Rembrandts charted at number 43 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X charted at number 3 on the Australian Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in New Zealand

In 1985, “Money For Nothing” by Dire Straits charted at number 10 on the New Zealand Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “19” by Paul Hardcastle charted at number 17 on the New Zealand Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “The Goonies ‘R’ Good Enough” by Cyndi Lauper charted at number 28 on the New Zealand Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “My Toot Toot” by Jean Knight charted at number 29 on the New Zealand Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “My Toot Toot” by Denise LaSalle charted at number 37 on the New Zealand Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los del Rio charted at number 26 on the New Zealand Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los Del Mar Featuring Pedro Castano charted at number 47 on the New Zealand Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X charted at number 2 on the New Zealand Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in Sweden

In 1985, “Tarzan Boy” by Baltimora charted at number 7 on the Sweden Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “19” by Paul Hardcastle charted at number 8 on the Sweden Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “We Are The World” by U.S.A. For Africa charted at number 17 on the Sweden Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los del Rio charted at number 9 on the Sweden Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Ironic” by Alanis Morissette charted at number 53 on the Sweden Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore And Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz charted at number 24 on the Sweden Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X charted at number 26 on the Sweden Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in Austria

In 1991, “Bobby Brown” by Frank Zappa charted at number 2 on the Austria Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “Do The Limbo Dance” by David Hasselhoff charted at number 6 on the Austria Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los del Rio charted at number 13 on the Austria Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Soldier Soldier” by Captain Jack charted at number 28 on the Austria Pop Singles Chart

In 2002, “Aserejé (The Crazy Dance)” by Monkey Circus charted at number 38 on the Austria Pop Singles Chart

In 2002, “The Ketchup Song (Aserejé)” by Las Ketchup charted at number 67 on the Austria Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore And Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz charted at number 34 on the Austria Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X charted at number 5 on the Austria Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in the Netherlands

In 1968, “Fire” by The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown charted at number 8 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “The Night Chicago Died” by Paper Lace charted at number 10 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “The Wall Street Shuffle” by 10cc charted at number 14 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “I Shot The Sheriff” by Eric Clapton charted at number 24 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Tarzan Boy” by Baltimora charted at number 4 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “19” by Paul Hardcastle charted at number 30 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “My Toot Toot” by Denise LaSalle charted at number 47 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Money For Nothing” by Dire Straits charted at number 49 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “Calling Elvis” by Dire Straits charted at number 41 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Laughing Version)” by Elvis Presley charted at number 62 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “Holiday Rap ’91” by MC Miker G And Deejay Sven charted at number 90 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los del Rio charted at number 6 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Soldier Soldier” by Captain Jack charted at number 16 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Ironic” by Alanis Morissette charted at number 26 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 2002, “The Ketchup Song (Aserejé)” by Las Ketchup charted at number 10 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 2002, “Pull Up To The Bumper” by FFWD charted at number 52 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “I Love It” by Icona Pop Featuring Charli XCX charted at number 78 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road [+ Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus (Remix)]” by Lil Nas X charted at number 6 on the Dutch Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in France

In 1985, “Tarzan Boy” by Baltimora charted at number 2 on the France Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “We Are The World” by U.S.A. For Africa charted at number 21 on the France Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “19” by Paul Hardcastle charted at number 24 on the France Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los del Rio charted at number 3 on the France Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los Del Mar Featuring Pedro Castano charted at number 6 on the France Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Ironic” by Alanis Morissette charted at number 31 on the France Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “I Love It” by Icona Pop Featuring Charli XCX charted at number 26 on the France Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore And Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz charted at number 49 on the France Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “Gangnam Style” by PSY charted at number 72 on the France Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “Ai se eu te pego!” by Michel Teló charted at number 150 on the France Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X charted at number 3 on the France Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen charted at number 102 on the France Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in Norway

In 1985, “Tarzan Boy” by Baltimora charted at number 5 on the Norway Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “Calling Elvis” by Dire Straits charted at number 4 on the Norway Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “I’m Too Sexy” by Right Said Fred charted at number 10 on the Norway Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los del Rio charted at number 4 on the Norway Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Captain Jack” by Captain Jack charted at number 9 on the Norway Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Ironic” by Alanis Morissette charted at number 13 on the Norway Pop Singles Chart

In 2002, “The Bumpisong” by Spritney Bears charted at number 13 on the Norway Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road (Remix)” by Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus charted at number 16 on the Norway Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in Switzerland

In 1968, “Yummy, Yummy, Yummy” by Ohio Express charted at number 9 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Rock Me Amadeus” by Falco charted at number 4 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Tarzan Boy” by Baltimora charted at number 5 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “19” by Paul Hardcastle charted at number 6 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “My Toot Toot” by Rockin’ Sidney charted at number 9 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “My Toot Toot” by Denise LaSalle charted at number 16 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “Bobby Brown” by Frank Zappa charted at number 19 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los del Rio charted at number 7 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Ironic” by Alanis Morissette charted at number 11 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Soldier Soldier” by Captain Jack charted at number 28 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “How Bizarre” by OMC charted at number 35 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 2002, “The Ketchup Song (Aserejé)” by Las Ketchup charted at number 1 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “I Love It” by Icona Pop Featuring Charli XCX charted at number 34 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore And Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz charted at number 52 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X charted at number 2 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen charted at number 90 on the Swiss Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in Canada

In 1963, “Wipe Out” by The Surfaris charted at number 6 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1963, “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh! (Sequel)” by Allan Sherman charted at number 11 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “1,2,3 Red Light” by 1910 Fruitgum Company charted at number 14 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Mr. Businessman” by Ray Stevens charted at number 15 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Journey To The Center Of Your Mind” by The Amboy Dukes charted at number 19 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1968, “Harper Valley P.T.A.” by Jeannie C. Riley charted at number 68 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “The Night Chicago Died” by Paper Lace charted at number 6 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “I Shot The Sheriff” by Eric Clapton charted at number 7 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Wildwood Weed” by Jim Stafford charted at number 11 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Wild Thing” by Fancy charted at number 16 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Clap For The Wolfman” by The Guess Who charted at number 21 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Earache My Eye” by Cheech And Chong charted at number 72 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Moonlight Special” by Ray Stevens charted at number 73 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1974, “Surfin’ U.S.A.” by The Beach Boys charted at number 95 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “19” by Paul Hardcastle charted at number 8 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Smokin’ In The Boys Room” by Mötley Crüe charted at number 29 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “The Goonies ‘R’ Good Enough” by Cyndi Lauper charted at number 33 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Like A Surgeon” by “Weird Al” Yankovic charted at number 38 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Just A Gigolo/I Ain’t Got Nobody” by David Lee Roth charted at number 60 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1985, “Smuggler’s Blues” by Glenn Frey charted at number 68 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “Calling Elvis” by Dire Straits charted at number 25 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1991, “Superman’s Song” by Crash Test Dummies charted at number 30 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “I Love It” by Icona Pop Featuring Charli XCX charted at number 26 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X charted at number 1 on the Canada Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in Alt-Canada

In 1991, “Superman’s Song” by Crash Test Dummies charted at number 6 on the Alt-Canada Pop Singles Chart

In 1996, “Mother Mother” by Tracy Bonham charted at number 96 on the Alt-Canada Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in Italy

In 2002, “The Ketchup Song (Aserejé)” by Las Ketchup charted at number 1 on the Italy Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “I Love It” by Icona Pop Featuring Charli XCX charted at number 17 on the Italy Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in Finland

In 1996, “Macarena” by Los del Rio charted at number 17 on the Finland Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in Spain

In 2013, “I Love It” by Icona Pop Featuring Charli XCX charted at number 16 on the Spain Pop Singles Chart

In 2013, “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore And Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz charted at number 34 on the Spain Pop Singles Chart

In 2019, “Old Town Road (Remix)” by Lil Nas X Featuring Billy Ray Cyrus charted at number 81 on the Spain Pop Singles Chart

Unusual Songs Charting in Denmark

In 2019, “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X charted at number 21 on the Denmark Pop Singles Chart