CANADA
CHUM CHART


1050 AM CHUM was a Toronto radio station playing top 40 hits.
Their weekly radio station surveys listed the top 50 singles each week
and was one of the most influential charts in Canada.

These 6 charts show the debut and rise of their third single
"A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You" with the B-side "She Hangs Out".
After 2 weeks that single was withdrawn and the B-side replaced
with "The Girl I Knew Somewhere".

Canada was the only country to issue "She Hangs Out" as the B-side
and it was only available for sale to the general public for a couple weeks.
This single forced the issue of who controlled the Monkees music
and as a result Don Kirshner was fired on February 27, 1967.

When the single was withdrawn, CHUM removed the B-side altogether from the listings.

All 6 of these feature the Monkees on the front with contests promoting
their upcoming concert which took place on April 2, 1967.

 


February 27, 1967

 


March 6, 1967

 


March 13, 1967

 


March 20, 1967

 


March 27, 1967

 


April 3, 1967