How Many Number One Hits Did Elvis Presley Have?

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Elvis Presley had thirty number one hits. Some of the hit songs are Heartbreak Hotel, Don't Be Cruel, Hound Dog, Love Me Tender, Too Much, All Shook Up, (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear, Are You Lonesome Tonight?, A Big Hunk O' Love and Stuck on You.
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Since my baby left me. Elvis first #1 hit was Heartbreak Hotel April 21, 1956.
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"Heartbreak Hotel" was Elvis's first single with and RCA record label
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Elvis Presley had 18 #1 hits in the USA (some sources will say 17 because 2 songs, "Hound Dog" & "Don't Be Cruel" were released together at the same time).
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If your talking about the bill board hot 100. it would be 1. 7.
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Elvis Presley had 30 number one hits. Elvis Presley number one hits include Good Luck Charm, She's Not You, Return To Sender, Are You Lonesome Tonight, Wooden Heart, Surrender, Little Sister / His Latest Flame, Its Now Or Never, One Night, A Fool Such As I, Jailhouse Rock and All Shook Up.
According to Elvis Presley Enterprises, Elvis had a total of 40 top ten hits. These hits earned him the title, King of Rock and Roll. Many regard him as the most popular American singer of the 20th century.
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