Song title 351 - Wheel of Fortune

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Wheel of Fortune Region Profile

This page lists the chart runs for songs called "Wheel of Fortune" in order of success. This list combines cover versions and distinct songs that happen to share the same title.

# Artist Song Title Year Chart Entries
1 Kay Starr Wheel of Fortune 1952 US Billboard 1 - Feb 1952 (25 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Feb 1952 (20 weeks), US 1 for 9 weeks - Mar 1952, US CashBox 1 - Feb 1952 (26 weeks), Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998 (1952), US BB 2 of 1952, Your Hit Parade 2 of 1952, DZE 2 of 1952, Peel list 3 of 1952, US invalid BB 8 of 1952, POP 8 of 1952, DDD 35 of 1952, Acclaimed 2343 (1952)
2 Ace of Base Wheel of Fortune 1993 France 1 - Apr 1993 (5 weeks), Norway 1 - Nov 1992 (13 weeks), Holland 2 - Jun 1993 (12 weeks), Belgium 3 - Jun 1993 (13 weeks), Germany Gold (certified by BMieV in 1994), Switzerland 5 - May 1993 (19 weeks), Germany 5 - May 1993 (4 months), Austria 6 - May 1993 (4 weeks), UK 20 - Aug 1993 (6 weeks), Germany 133 of the 1990s (peak 4 16 weeks)
3 Eddie Wilcox Orch Wheel of Fortune 1952 US CashBox 1 - Feb 1952 (6 weeks), UK 40s Sheet Music 6 - Apr 1952 (19 weeks), US Billboard 13 - Feb 1952 (6 weeks), US 1940s 14 - Feb 1952 (2 weeks)
4 Bobby Wayne Wheel of Fortune 1952 US CashBox 1 - Feb 1952 (10 weeks), US Billboard 6 - Feb 1952 (13 weeks), US 1940s 13 - Mar 1952 (5 weeks)
5 Bell Sisters Wheel of Fortune 1952 US Billboard 10 - Mar 1952 (11 weeks)
6 Knightsbridge Strings Wheel of Fortune 1959 US Billboard 88 - Nov 1959 (3 weeks)
7 LaVern Baker Wheel of Fortune 1960 US Billboard 83 - May 1960 (4 weeks)
8 The Doobie Brothers Wheel of Fortune 1976 US Billboard 87 - Aug 1976 (2 weeks)
9 The Cardinals Wheel of Fortune 1952 RYM 79 of 1952
10 Dinah Washington Wheel of Fortune 1952 RYM 104 of 1952

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18 May 2015

Double Listing - Eddie Wilcox Orch

#4 & #6 are the same (Sunny Gale was the lead singer for Eddie Wilcox per Wikipedia & Joel Whitburn).

Data dixed, thanks