Wednesday, July 26, 2017

ROLLING STONES - Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones' Biggest Billboard Hot 100 Hits

Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones' Biggest Billboard Hot 100 Hits:

Happy birthday, Mick Jagger!

In honor of the Rolling Stones frontman's special day (July 26), Billboard takes a look at his biggest hits on the Billboard Hot 100, both with the Stones and as a solo artist.

The Rolling Stones first entered the chart with "Not Fade Away," which peaked at No. 48 in July 1964. The next year, the band landed its first chart-topper with "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction,"which reigned for four weeks beginning July 10, 1965. The Stones went on to chart an additional seven No. 1s, including "Honky Tonk Women," which rules our exclusive recap of Jagger's biggest Hot 100 hits below.

Jagger first entered the Hot 100 as a solo artist with his feature on reggae singer Peter Tosh's "(You Got to Walk And) Don't Look Back," which reached No. 81 in November 1978. His debut single as a lead, "Just Another Night," reached No. 12 in 1985. Among other solo ventures, Jagger collaborated with the late David Bowie on "Dancing in the Street" (which peaked at No. 7 in October 1985) and with Will.I.Am and Jennifer Lopez on "T.H.E (The Hardest Ever)" (No. 36 in December 2011).

He's even seen his name at No. 1 on the Hot 100: Maroon 5's tribute, "Moves Like Jagger," featuring Christina Aguilera, strutted to the top for four weeks in 2011.



Mick Jagger's Biggest Billboard Hot 100 Hits

1, "Honky Tonk Women," The Rolling Stones, No. 1 (4 weeks), Aug. 23, 1969
2, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," The Rolling Stones, No. 1 (4 weeks), July 10, 1965
3, "Start Me Up," The Rolling Stones, No. 2, Oct. 31, 1981
4, "Angie," The Rolling Stones, No. 1 (1 week), Oct. 20, 1973
5, "Miss You," The Rolling Stones, No. 1 (1 week), Aug. 5, 1978
6, "Brown Sugar," The Rolling Stones. No. 1 (2 weeks), May 29, 1971
7, "Paint It, Black," The Rolling Stones, No. 1 (2 weeks), June 11, 1966
8, "Get Off of My Cloud," The Rolling Stones, No. 1 (2 weeks), Nov. 6, 1965
9, "Emotional Rescue," The Rolling Stones, No. 3, Sept. 6, 1980
10, "Ruby Tuesday," The Rolling Stones, No. 1 (1 week), March 4, 1967



11, "19th Nervous Breakdown," The Rolling Stones, No. 2, March 19, 1966
12, "Jumpin' Jack Flash," The Rolling Stones, No. 3, July 6, 1968
13, "Harlem Shuffle," The Rolling Stones, No. 5, May 3, 1986
14, "Time is on My Side," The Rolling Stones, No. 6, Dec. 5, 1964
15, "Mixed Emotions," The Rolling Stones, No. 5, Oct. 14, 1989
16, "Dancing in the Street," David Bowie & Mick Jagger, No. 7, Oct. 12, 1985
17, "Mother's Little Helper," The Rolling Stones, No. 8, Aug. 13, 1966
18, "Undercover of the Night," The Rolling Stones, No. 9, Dec. 24, 1983
19, "Tumbling Dice," The Rolling Stones, No. 7, May 27, 1972
20, "Fool to Cry," The Rolling Stones, No. 10, June 5, 1976



21, "As Tears Go By," The Rolling Stones, No. 6, Jan. 29, 1966
22, "Beast of Burden," The Rolling Stones, No. 8, Nov. 11, 1978
23, "The Last Time," The Rolling Stones, No. 9, May 1, 1965
24, "Just Another Night," Mick Jagger, No. 12, March 30, 1985
25, "Waiting on a Friend," The Rolling Stones, No. 13, Feb. 6, 1982
26, "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?" The Rolling Stones, No. 9, Oct. 29, 1966
27, "Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)," The Rolling Stones, No. 15, Feb. 23, 1974
28, "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)," The Rolling Stones, No. 16, Sept. 21, 1974
29, "Rock and a Hard Place," The Rolling Stones, No. 23, Dec. 23, 1989
30, "Ain't Too Proud to Beg," The Rolling Stones, No. 17, Dec. 14, 1974



31, "Dandelion," The Rolling Stones, No. 14, Oct. 14, 1967
32, "Heart of Stone," The Rolling Stones, No. 19, Feb. 20, 1965
33, "Hang Fire," The Rolling Stones, No. 20, May 8, 1982
34, "One Hit (To the Body)," The Rolling Stones, No. 28, June 28, 1986
35, "She's So Cold," The Rolling Stones, No. 26, Nov. 8, 1980
36, "Going to a Go-Go," The Rolling Stones, No. 25, July 17, 1982
37, "Tell Me (You're Coming Back)," The Rolling Stones, No. 24, Aug. 8, 1964
38, "It's All Over Now," The Rolling Stones, No. 26, Sept. 19, 1964
39, "Happy," The Rolling Stones, No. 22, Aug. 19, 1972
40, "Lucky in Love," Mick Jagger, No. 38, June 1, 1985

Mick Jagger/The Rolling Stones' Biggest Billboard Hot 100 hits chart is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100, through the Aug. 5, 2017 ranking. Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at No. 100 earning the least. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, eras are weighted to account for different chart turnover rates over various periods.