Hoots Mon by Lord Rockingham%27s XI was a UK number 1 hit on Friday, November 28, 1958 spending 3 week(s) at the top of the UK charts. This was originally a single that Harry Robinson made with Jackie Dennis called "Linton Addie." He then turned to the traditional Scottish folk song "100 Pipers", and turned the tune into this chart-topping instrumental, punctuated by stereotypical Scottish phrases. Lord Rockingham's XI were the House band for Jack Good's British TV show Oh Boy!. The Classic UK 45s website states that there were actually 13 musicians in Lord Rockingham's XI, "if you included the Scottish bandleader Harry Robinson and lady organist Cherry Wainer."
Who sang Hoots Mon?
Hoots Mon was performed by Lord Rockingham%27s XI
What year did Hoots Mon get to the UK number 1 spot?
Hoots Mon first became a UK number 1 on Friday, November 28, 1958
How long was Hoots Mon at number 1 in the UK?
Hoots Mon spent 3 week(s) at number 1 in the UK.