1957: The title song to his movie April Love becomes Pat Boone's fifth US number one hit
1963: Dion DiMucci reaches the Top Ten of the Billboard singles chart for the eighth time as a solo artist when "Drip Drop" peaks at #6. It was a feat that he wouldn't accomplish again until 1968's "Abraham, Martin And John".
1974: Harry Chapin enjoys his only number one single with "Cat's In The Cradle". The song's theme about a distant father and son relationship was suggested to Harry by his wife, after he expressed disappointment about being on tour instead of attending his son's birth.
1969: After scoring a pair of number 2 singles in 1963 with "Puff the Magic Dragon" and "Blowin' in the Wind", Peter, Paul And Mary attain their first and only US number one hit with the John Denver written "Leaving On A Jet Plane"
1964: "Come See About Me", the third release from The Supremes album "Where Did Our Love Go", becomes their third straight US number one single.