From the Feb. 29, 2016, Billboard "The Only Two Songs That Have Leapt to No. 1 on the Hot 100 on Leap Days" by Gary Trust.
A total of 1,052 songs have been #1 on Billboard's Hot 100 list since it began on August 4, 1958. But only two have reached the rarefied heights of #1 on February 29.
Back on February 29, 1964, the Beatles did it first with "I Want to Hold Your Hand."
Then, on Feb. 29, 1992, Mr. Big followed suit with the rock ballad "To Be With You."
There have been 15 Leap Days since the Hot 100 began, but only in 1964 and 1992, did Leap Day fall on a Saturday when the list is published.
Name That Tune: "Oh, Yeah, I'll Tell You Something I Think You'll Understand." --RoadDog
"I Want to Hold Your Hand"
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