Strong

Dolly Style still looking strong with 'Hello Hi' clinging onto the top spot for the third consecutive week, fighting off a strong 'Really Don't Care' by Demi Lovato & Cher Lloyd, having to settle for silver. This all happened in a week which saw One Direction losing one of its members, an awful plane crash … Continue reading Strong

GleeGoodbye

It is late I'm afraid and I need to cut things short, though I might do a mid-week tribute about Glee, which over the last six years (can you believe it?!) has had quite an impact in my charts. So it is no surprise that after the series finale 'I Lived' has stormed to Number two, almost … Continue reading GleeGoodbye

Dolly

Sweden always has been good with their song choice for Eurovision, and I only got into it this week, as Melodifestivalen was down to select the entrant for Vienna 2015 and as we all know ABBA - back then - was one of those groups becoming one of the biggest acts in the pop/music industry … Continue reading Dolly

Country

Welcome back to Week No. 2 @ehCharts and thanks for 'tuning' in! 'Can You Feel It' has become a question over the last couple of days in terms of if I can feel the Christmas Spirit of 2014! Honest answer obviously is a big fat NO, but I certainly can feel the charm of this … Continue reading Country

Christmas Spirit

Good evening y'all! I know it has been yet another few months with an update and I want to apologise that I have been letting you down. However on a positive note I need to point out that the Christmas spirit has gripped me and it just felt right this time to re-start (again) with … Continue reading Christmas Spirit

SPECIAL – 2014 – The 3rd

A few of you might wonder, why this big announcement about being special! A few might also think that I'm a bit too crazy about it, however I am happy to announce that Paul Evans has become Enrico's 300th (!) Number One Hit with a song called 'Hello, This Is Joanie'. It was released originally … Continue reading SPECIAL – 2014 – The 3rd

2014 – The 2nd

Today I've decided to let the charts speak by itself, as they are - if I am not mistaken - kind of self explanatory! Surely you can see recognise that Celine Dion's 'Thank You' can be thankful to be still in the charts given it being the biggest free faller plummeting 9 ranks down outside … Continue reading 2014 – The 2nd