Hot 100 singles spotlight

Sandiford-Waller, Theda
September 1998
Billboard;09/12/98, Vol. 110 Issue 37, p127
Trade Publication
Examines radio airplay of popular singles for September 12, 1998. Radio's most played songs during the summer of 1998; Largest movement up the chart by Montell Jordan's `I Can Do That;' Renewed interest in Elton John's `Candle In the Wind,' during August 1998.


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