10/16/2013 03:45 pm ET

Sibling Bands Who Topped The Billboard Charts


It looks like the sister-band Haim could be onto something here. The trio stole the top spot on the U.K. charts from Justin Timberlake, with their album "Days Are Gone." As it turns out, they aren't the first siblings to dominate the airwaves. Haim has entered the ranks of some seriously talented families, from AC/DC to the Bee Gees.

Below are from family bands with hit singles that made their way to the top of the Billboard charts. Some of them even have top five albums to boast.

2013: The Band Perry, "Better Dig Two" (from the No. 2 album "Pioneer")

1986: The Jets, "Crush On You"

1970: The Jackson Five, "I'll Be There" (from the No. 4 album "A Little Bit Longer")

1970: The Carpenters, "Close To You" (from the No. 2 album "Close To You")

1983: Heart, "How Can I Refuse"

1983: Van Halen, "Jump" (from the No. 2 album "1984")

1990: AC/DC, "Thunderstruck" (from the No. 2 album "The Razors Edge")

1964: The Beach Boys, "I Get Around" (from the No. 4 album "All Summer Long")

1969: Creedence Clearwater Revival, "Proud Mary"

1973: The Allman Brothers, "Ramblin' Man" (from the No. 1 album "Brothers and Sisters")

2008: Kings Of Leon, "Use Somebody" (from the No. 4 album "Only by the Night")

1970: The Partridge Family, "I Think I Love You" (from the No. 4 album "The Partridge Family Album")

1970: The Osmonds, "One Bad Apple"

1978: Sister Sledge, "We Are Family" (from the No. 3 album "We Are Family")

1977: Bee Gees "Stayin' Alive" (from the No. 1 album "Saturday Night Fever: The Original Movie Soundtrack)

1997: Hanson, "MMMBop" (from the No. 2 Album "Middle Of Nowhere")

2008: Jonas Brothers, "Burnin' Up" (from the No. 1 album "A Little Bit Longer")

Who is your favorite sibling band? Leave a comment below.


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