The Top 5 Songs From the Summer of 1986
In 1986 Dan Seals made his mark in country music by scoring two chart topping songs that summer. In early June, the Dan Seals song "Bop" owned the airwaves, but by the end of summer the pop turned country artist was back on top with his song "Everything That Glitters (Is Not Gold)". "Bop" went on to become Dan's most successful song ever and while both were nominated for several awards in 1986. the song "Bop" won the 'Song Of The Year' award from the Country Music Association. But 1986 also had other amazing songs like it.
Check out the top 5 songs from the summer of 1986
Hank Williams Jr. - Ain't Misbehavin'
Dan Seals - Everything That Glitters (is not Gold)
The Judds - Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Old Days)
Reba McEntire - Whoever's In New England
Dan Seals - Bop
Here are some interesting cost of living facts from 1986
- Interest Rates from Federal Reserve 7.50%
- Average Price for new car $9,255.00
- Average Income per year $22,400.00
- Average Cost of new house $89,430
- Dow Jones Industrial Average 1895
- Tandy Portable Computer $1599.00
- Yearly Inflation Rate was 1.91%
- A gallon of gas .89 cents
- Bacon per pound $1.75
What do you remember from 1986?