Some of the best musicians ever born had their heyday in the s. No one will ever forget the sweet sounds of Louie Armstrong, or the beautiful voice of Billie Holiday. Fred Estaire had a nice run in the s and Count Basie established his dominance. Most people did not have televisions, so the radio was the primary source of entertainment throughout the decade.
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Billboard number-one singles chart which preceded the Billboard Hot chart , which was updated weekly by the Billboard magazine, was the main singles chart of the American music industry since and until the Billboard Hot chart was established in Before the Billboard Hot chart was established in August , which was based on a formula combining sales data of commercially available singles and airplay on American radio stations, the Billboard used to publish several song popularity charts weekly. Throughout most of the s the magazine published the following three charts:. The following artists achieved three or more number-one hits from — A number of artists had number-one singles on their own as well as part of a collaboration. The following artists were featured in top of the chart for the highest total number of weeks during — The following songs were featured in top of the chart for the highest total number of weeks during — From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article relies largely or entirely on a single source.
The s were shaped by the contrasting moods of the Great Depression and the glamorous beginnings of Old Hollywood. Popular music was equally impacted by these forces and as home radios became more common, the music industry began to keep track of and measure the popularity of sheet music and records through sales. The radio program "Your Hit Parade" debuted in which showcased the most popular songs of the week.