Quiz – First Ten Irish Number One Singles in UK

September 22, 2007 at 1:10 am Leave a comment

Do you know the first ten singles by Irish artists to reach Number One in the UK charts? As clues, here are the initial letters:

  • 1955 – S.S. by R.M.
  • 1964 – D. by T.B.
  • 1970 – A.K.O.E. by D.
  • 1972 – C. by G.O’S.
  • 1973 – G.D. by G.O’S.
  • 1978 – R.T. by T.B.R.
  • 1979 – I.D.L.M. by T.B.R.
  • 1980 – W.A.Y. by J.L.
  • 1985 – A.G.H. by F.S.
  • 1986 – L.I.R. by C.D.B.

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The Answers:

  • 1955 – Softly Softly by Ruby Murray
  • 1964 – Diane by The Bachelors
  • 1970 – All Kinds Of Everything by Dana
  • 1972 – Clair by Gilbert O’Sullivan
  • 1973 – Get Down by Gilbert O’Sullivan
  • 1978 – Rat Trap by The BoomtownRats
  • 1979 – I Don’t Like Monday by The Boomtown Rats
  • 1980 – What’s Another Year by Johnny Logan
  • 1985 – A Good Heart by Feargal Sharkey
  • 1986 – Lady In Red by Chris De Burgh
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