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Joel Carver Whitburn

Statistician

Billboard

HQ Phone:  (646) 654-4400

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Billboard is the world's most influential music brand, built on the most complete and well-respected database of charts across all music genres. The Billboard charts define success in music. From the iconic Billboard magazine to Billboard.com which is the ulti... more

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According to Billboard Magazine's statistician Joel Whitburn, other pre-1958 singles that would be affected by this cutoff point include Gene Autry's "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer" (8 million sales reported); Crosby's "Silent Night" (7 million); Vernon Dalhart's "The Prisoner's Song" (7 million); the Mills Brothers' "Paper Doll" (6 million); Patti Page's "The Tennessee Waltz" (6 million); Gene Austin's "My Blue Heaven" (5 million); and Ben Selvin's "Dardanella" (5 million); and another 21 single releases in the 2-3 million range. (That is, assuming their respective record companies would elect to bear the optional expense of an official RIAA certification.


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The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits; Joel Whitburn; Billboard Publications


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Joel Whitburn began compiling the chart data of Billboard magazine back in the early Seventies.
Since then, his company has released hundreds of books, covering the pop, soul, and country charts, even delving into the Big Band era. Joel Whitburn (Billboard guru)


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"We don't know who's going to come along," Billboard chart historian Joel Whitburn mused in 2014.


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"Don't Forget about Us" became her seventeenth number-one in the U.S., which tied her with Elvis Presley for the most number-ones by a solo act according to Billboard magazine's revised methodology (their statistician Joel Whitburn still credits Presley with an eighteenth).


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