List of Billboard Hot 100 top 10 singles in 1976

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This is a list of singles that have peaked in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 during 1976.

Top-ten singles[edit]

List of Billboard Hot 100 top ten singles which peaked in 1976
Top ten
entry date
Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in
top ten
Singles from 1975
December 6 "Saturday Night" Bay City Rollers 1 January 3 6
December 13 "Theme from Mahogany (Do You Know Where You're Going To)" Diana Ross 1 January 24 7
"Love Rollercoaster" Ohio Players 1 January 31 10
"Fox on the Run" Sweet 5 January 17 6
December 20 "I Write the Songs" Barry Manilow 1 January 17 11
December 27 "Convoy" C. W. McCall 1 January 10 7
"I Love Music" The O'Jays 5 January 24 6
Singles from 1976
January 10 "Love to Love You Baby" Donna Summer 2 February 7 7
"Times of Your Life" Paul Anka 7 February 7 5
January 17 "You Sexy Thing" Hot Chocolate 3 February 7 8
"Walk Away from Love" David Ruffin 9 January 24 3
January 24 "Sing a Song" Earth, Wind & Fire 5 February 7 4
January 31 "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover" Paul Simon 1 February 7 6
February 7 "Theme from S.W.A.T." Rhythm Heritage 1 February 28 6
"Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" Neil Sedaka 8 February 21 3
February 14 "Love Machine" The Miracles 1 March 6 6
"Evil Woman" Electric Light Orchestra 10 February 14 2
February 21 "All by Myself" Eric Carmen 2 March 6 6
"Take It to the Limit" Eagles 4 March 13 5
February 28 "December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)" The Four Seasons 1 March 13 6
"Dream Weaver" Gary Wright 2 March 27 8
"Lonely Night" Captain & Tennille 3 March 27 8
"Love Hurts" Nazareth 8 March 13 3
March 13 "Sweet Thing" Rufus featuring Chaka Khan 5 April 3 4
"Junk Food Junkie" Larry Groce 9 March 20 2
March 20 "Disco Lady" Johnnie Taylor 1 April 3 8
"Dream On" Aerosmith 6 April 10 4
March 27 "Let Your Love Flow" The Bellamy Brothers 1 May 1 7
"Right Back Where We Started From" Maxine Nightingale 2 May 1 8
"Money Honey" Bay City Rollers 9 April 3 2
April 3 "Golden Years" David Bowie 10 April 3 2
April 10 "Boogie Fever" The Sylvers 1 May 15 7
"Sweet Love" Commodores 5 April 24 4
"Only Sixteen" Dr. Hook 6 April 17 3
April 17 "Bohemian Rhapsody" Queen 9 April 24 3
"Show Me the Way" Peter Frampton 6 May 8 5
April 24 "Welcome Back" John Sebastian 1 May 8 7
"Fooled Around and Fell in Love" Elvin Bishop 3 May 22 6
May 1 "Love Hangover" Diana Ross 1 May 29 9
May 8 "Silly Love Songs" Wings 1 May 22 11
"Get Up and Boogie" Silver Convention 2 June 12 9
May 15 "Happy Days" Pratt & McClain 5 June 5 5
"Shannon" Henry Gross 6 June 5 6
May 22 "Misty Blue" Dorothy Moore 3 June 12 8
"Tryin' to Get the Feeling Again" Barry Manilow 10 May 22 2
May 29 "Sara Smile" Hall & Oates 4 June 26 7
June 5 "Shop Around" Captain & Tennille 4 July 10 7
"Fool to Cry" The Rolling Stones 10 June 5 2
June 12 "More, More, More" The Andrea True Connection 4 July 17 6
June 19 "Afternoon Delight" Starland Vocal Band 1 July 10 8
"I'll Be Good to You" The Brothers Johnson 3 July 10 7
June 26 "Kiss and Say Goodbye" The Manhattans 1 July 24 9
July 3 "Love Is Alive" Gary Wright 2 July 31 7
July 10 "Got to Get You into My Life" The Beatles 7 July 24 5
July 17 "Moonlight Feels Right" Starbuck 3 July 31 4
"Rock and Roll Music" The Beach Boys 5 August 14 6
July 24 "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" Elton John & Kiki Dee 1 August 7 8
"Get Closer" Seals and Crofts 6 July 24 4
"Let Her In" John Travolta 10 July 24 1
July 31 "Let 'Em In" Wings 3 August 14 7
August 7 "You Should Be Dancing" Bee Gees 1 September 4 7
"You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" Lou Rawls 2 September 4 8
August 14 "(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty" KC and the Sunshine Band 1 September 11 11
"I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" England Dan & John Ford Coley 2 September 25 10
"Turn the Beat Around" Vicki Sue Robinson 10 August 14 2
August 28 "Play That Funky Music" Wild Cherry 1 September 18 10
"A Fifth of Beethoven" Walter Murphy & the Big Apple Band 1 October 9 10
"This Masquerade" George Benson 10 August 28 2
September 4 "Lowdown" Boz Scaggs 3 October 9 8
September 11 "Summer" War 7 September 25 4
September 18 "If You Leave Me Now" Chicago 1 October 23 9
"Devil Woman" Cliff Richard 6 September 25 5
September 25 "Disco Duck" Rick Dees & His Cast of Idiots 1 October 16 10
October 2 "Still the One" Orleans 5 October 23 4
October 9 "She's Gone" Hall & Oates 7 October 30 5
October 23 "Rock'n Me" Steve Miller Band 1 November 6 5
"Love So Right" Bee Gees 3 November 20 8
October 30 "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" Gordon Lightfoot 2 November 20 6
"Muskrat Love" Captain & Tennille 4 November 20 8
"Magic Man" Heart 9 November 6 2
November 6 "Tonight's the Night" Rod Stewart 1 November 13 11
"Just to Be Close to You" Commodores 7 November 27 4
November 13 "The Rubberband Man" The Spinners 2 December 4 9
"Do You Feel Like We Do" Peter Frampton 10 November 13 2
November 20 "Beth" / "Detroit Rock City" Kiss 7 December 4 3
November 27 "More Than a Feeling" Boston 5 December 25 6
"Nadia's Theme" Barry De Vorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr. 8 December 11 4
December 4 "You Are the Woman" Firefall 9 December 11 3
December 11 "Nights Are Forever Without You" England Dan & John Ford Coley 10 December 11 2
December 18 "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word" Elton John 6 December 25 5

1975 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Hot 100 top ten singles in 1976 which peaked in 1975
Top ten
entry date
Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in
top ten
November 15 "That's the Way (I Like It)" KC and the Sunshine Band 1 November 22 9
November 22 "Fly, Robin, Fly" Silver Convention 1 November 29 7
"Let's Do It Again" The Staple Singers 1 December 27 7

1977 peaks[edit]

List of Billboard Hot 100 top ten singles in 1976 which peaked in 1977
Top ten
entry date
Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in
top ten
December 4 "You Don't Have to Be a Star (To Be in My Show)" Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. 1 January 8 8
December 11 "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" Leo Sayer 1 January 15 8
December 25 "I Wish" Stevie Wonder 1 January 22 8
"Car Wash" Rose Royce 1 January 29 9
"Dazz" Brick 3 January 29 8
"After the Lovin'" Engelbert Humperdinck 8 January 22 5

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