Who has had the most No 1 singles in the UK?

Which song has been number 1 the most times UK?

Most weeks at number one by single

The longest unbroken run at number one is “(Everything I Do) I Do It for You” by Bryan Adams, which spent 16 consecutive weeks in 1991.

Who has had the most Top 10 hits?

Elvis Presley holds the record for most top 10 singles with 76, having first entered the chart in 1956 with his number two hit “Heartbreak Hotel”.

What is the No 1 song of all time?

Artists with the most all-time top 100 songs (1958–2018)

Number of songs Artist
3 Boyz II Men
Bee Gees
Paul McCartney
2 Bruno Mars

What song has been in the UK charts the longest?

24 songs have spent 20 or more weeks in the Top 10 of the UK Charts. “I Believe” by Frankie Laine holds the record for the most weeks and the most consecutive weeks in the Top 10 with 35 weeks.

Who has had the most UK Top 40 hits?

Here’s who’s made it into the annals of pop history thanks to their knack of racking up Number 1s.

  • Elvis Presley (21)* …
  • The Beatles (17) …
  • Cliff Richard, Westlife (14) …
  • Madonna (13) …
  • Take That (12) …
  • Ed Sheeran Calvin Harris, Eminem (10) …
  • ABBA, Rihanna, Spice Girls (9) …
  • 8 Number 1s:
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Who has over 10 top 10s in the UK charts?

MORE: Artists with the most Number 1 singles on the UK chart

POS ARTIST TOP 10 PEAKS
1 ELVIS PRESLEY 76
2 CLIFF RICHARD 68
3 MADONNA 63
4 MICHAEL JACKSON 44

Who has the most hits in the 70s UK?

Showaddywaddy had more UK hits in the 1970s than any other act, including Abba.