What was the number one song on July 17th 1990?

What was the number one song on July 17th 1990?

The number one song in the week of July 17, 1990 was She Ain’t Worth It by Glenn Medeiros in US and Sacrifice / Healing Hands by Elton John in UK.

What is so special about July 17th?

This Day in History: July 17 A well-planned uprising by Nationalist rebels against the Republican government of Spain began this day in 1936, sparking a bloody civil war that lasted until 1939, when the Nationalists and Francisco Franco assumed power.

What day was the 11th of July in 1990?

July 11, 1990 was the 192nd day of the year 1990 in the Gregorian calendar. There were 173 days remaining until the end of the year. The day of the week was Wednesday.

What was the moon phase on July 11 1990?

Waning Gibbous Phase The Waning Gibbous on July 11 has an illumination of 88%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day.

What was the number one song in July of 1990?

List of Cash Box Top 100 number-one singles of 1990

Issue date Song Artist
July 7 “Step By Step” New Kids On The Block
July 14
July 21
July 28 “She Ain’t Worth It” Glenn Medeiros featuring Bobby Brown

What happened in 1990 in the world?

1990 was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1990th year of the Common Era (CE January 15. The National Assembly of Bulgaria votes to end one party rule by the Bulgarian Communist Party. Thousands storm the Stasi headquarters in East Berlin in an attempt to view their government records.

How many days are in the year 1990?

The year 1990 is a common year, with 365 days in total. Calendar type: Gregorian calendar

Who was the most famous person to die in 1990?

Famous Deaths in 1990 Bronko Nagurski Ava Gardner Keith Haring Malcolm Forbes Greta Garbo Jim Henson

What are the holidays in 1990 in the United States?

Calendar for Year 1990 (United States) Jan 1 New Year’s Day Jan 15 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Feb 14 Valentine’s Day Feb 19 Presidents’ Day Mar 17 St. Patrick’s Day