1989: Eagles' drummer Don Henley sees his solo effort, "The End of the Innocence", peak at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100.
1962: The New Jersey Doo-wop group, The Duprees saw their debut hit, "You Belong To Me" enter the Billboard Top 40 on its way to #7. They would follow with three more chart makers over the next year and a half.
1966: The Youngbloods record their biggest hit, "Get Together". The single, which would be included on their self-titled album released in 1967, stalled at number 62 at the time, but would be re-issued in 1969 and made the US top 5 the second time around. The record flopped in Great Britain, but The Dave Clark Five would record a cover version that reached the UK Top 10 in 1970.
1980: David Bowie's "Ashes To Ashes" tops the UK music chart, giving him his first #1 single since "Space Oddity" in 1975.
1979: Led Zeppelin released their final album of original material, "In Through the Out Door". The LP entered the charts at number one in both America and England and featured the Top 40 single, "Fool in the Rain". The album remained on the US top spot for seven weeks and sold over six million copies.