BetteBack March 23, 1973: The Divine Miss M Hits The Top 5 On The Charts

Van Nuys News
March 23, 1973


It looks as if Roberta Flack has become a permanent fixture at the top of the charts The big race seems to be for second place among the singles with the Carpenters’ “Sing” beating out Donny Osmond‘s “The Twelfth of Never.”

New entry among the albums this week is Bette Midler‘s “The Divine Miss M” which has reached fifth place. Her Music Center performance earlier this month was sold out weeks before it happened.

1–Aloha from HawaiiElvis Presley
2–Hot August Night – Neil Diamond
3–Lady Sings the Blues – Diana Ross
4-America, Why I Love Her – John Wayne
5–The Divine Miss M – Bette Midler

Share A little Divinity

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Verified by MonsterInsights