1966: Herb Alpert And The Tijuana Brass had the number one album in the US with "Going Places", which featured the Billboard Top 40 hits "Tijuana Taxi" (#38), "Spanish Flea" (#27) and "Zorba The Greek" (#11).
1967: The Rolling Stones' "Ruby Tuesday" sat atop the Billboard singles chart after American disc jockeys shied away from playing the flip side, "Let's Spend The Night Together".
2017: During his show at New York's Madison Square Garden, Billy Joel brought two members of The Young Rascals, Felix Cavaliere and Gene Cornish on stage. The pair proceeded to play their biggest hit, "Good Lovin'", with Cavaliere reprising his famous Hammond B-3 organ solo.
1991: 21 years after its initial release, "All Right Now" by Free reached #2 on the UK singles chart when it was re-issued to coincide with its use in a Wrigley's Chewing gum TV ad.
1957: The Everly Brothers record "Bye Bye Love", a teen-age love song that was written by 37 year old Boudleaux Bryant and his 31 year old wife, Felice. Although nearly 30 other artists turned the song down, The Everly's version will rise to #2 in the US and #6 in the UK by next May.