EVERY BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLE 1970: #582: “WHERE HAVE ALL OUR HEROES GONE”- BILL ANDERSON

Where Have All Our Heroes Gone – Bill Anderson

Every Billboard Hot 100 Single 1970: #582: ” Where Have All Our Heroes Gone”- Bill Anderson. Final debuting single week of November 21, 1970.

  • Single: “Where Have All Our Heroes Gone”- Bill Anderson
  • Record Company- Decca
  • Genre: Country
  • Written by Bill Anderson and Bob Talbert
  • Time: 3:59
  • B-side:” Loving A Memory”
  • Album- Where Have All Our Heroes Gone
  • Grade: D
  • Peaked at #93 3 weeks in Billboard Hot 100.

“Whispering Bill” Anderson is a country music singer-songwriter/ actor. He had 80 country single hits from 1958-91- on the pop charts he had 5 Hot 100 singles with one Top 40- “Still”- 1963 #8. This is a pathetic song but I give it a D instead of an F kind of a like a bad movie that is entertaining in a weird way. Hokey.

3 responses to “EVERY BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLE 1970: #582: “WHERE HAVE ALL OUR HEROES GONE”- BILL ANDERSON

    • I wonder why he didn’t finger point any of his fellow country music musicians in the song? I thought it was interesting also that [I’d have to listen to it again to get his exact words and I don’t want to start my day by listening to that song again}- how Joe DiMaggio was a ‘great guy”- of course I never knew him but from what I’ve read- he was a great ballplayer but fell a little short of being a great guy.

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