National One Hit Wonder Day

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2020 DateSeptember 25, 2020
2021 DateSeptember 25, 2021
National One Hit Wonder Day

National One Hit Wonder Day History

National One-Hit Wonder Day pays tribute to those artists who have only ever had one hit song. This day was established in 1990 by music journalist Steve Rosen. National One-Hit Wonder Day lets us remember those who had their 5 minutes of fame. It is celebrated every September 25th.

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National One Hit Wonder Day Facts

  • The term One-hit wonder isn't only applied to music but rather a wide range of categories such as within sports, movies, or books.
  • An example of a one-hit wonder in sports is New York Met's player Chris Jelic. Jelic had only one career hit, a homerun, in 1990.
  • A popular novel regarded as a one-hit wonder is Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird

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  • Travel down memory lane and listen to some of the most popular one-hit wonders. Here's a recent list:
    Sail (2013) - Awolnation
    Rude (2014) - Magic!
    Tuesday (2014) - ILoveMakonnen
    Budapest (2015) - George Ezra
    Watch Me / Whip / Nae Nae (2015) - Silento

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