PUT ANOTHER DIME IN THE JUKEBOX BABY

Joan Jett was enamored by a tune that was a musical answer to the Rolling Stones’ seminal hit “It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (But I Like It)”. The song was written and originally performed by members of the British band The Arrows in 1975. Jett performed the song numerous times live in concert before it became the centerpiece of her 1981 album “I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll”, shooting to number one for 7 weeks in the US, and likewise around the world. Check out the Top 40 records from this week – 40 years ago!

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Interesting to see who’s still active 40 years later

CURRENTLY # 1 ON OTHER CHARTS (Updated 04/26/2022):

  • # 1 Broadcast TV – “60 MINUTES” (CBS)
  • # 1 Streaming TV – “BRIGERTON” (NETFLIX)
  • # 1 Steaming Movie – “THE ADAM PROJECT” (NETFLIX)
  • # 1 Acquired TV – “NCIS” (NETFLIX)
  • # 1 Cable – “NBA PLAYOFFS” (ESPN)
  • # 1 Syndication – “JEOPARDY” (CBS MEDIA VENTURES)
  • # 1 Video Game – “ELDEN RING”
  • # 1 Movie – “THE BAD GUYS” (DREAMWORKS ANIMATION)
  • # 1 Single (Billboard) – “AS IT WAS” BY HARRY STYLES (ERSKINE RECORDS LIMITED)
  • # 1 Album (Billboard) – “CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST” BY TYLER, THE CREATOR (COLUMBIA RECORDS)
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