1964: The Trashmen enter the American Top 40 with "Bird Dance Beat", a follow-up to their #4 hit, "Surfin' Bird". The song will top out at #30.
1976: Paul Simon's "Still Crazy After All These Years" in named Best Pop Vocal Performance and Album Of The Year at the 18th annual Grammy Awards. In his acceptance speech, Simon tells the audience "I'd like to thank Stevie Wonder for not releasing an album this year."
1964: For the first time ever, all ten spots on the UK Top Ten were UK acts, led by 21-year-old Cilla Black's version of "Anyone Who Had A Heart"
1958: Perry Como was at the top of the UK singles chart with "Magic Moments", a song written by Hal David and Burt Bacharach. It stayed at #1 for eight weeks.
1966: Nancy Sinatra receives her first Gold record for her current Billboard #1 hit, "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'". Her second was shared with her father Frank in 1967 for "Something Stupid".