1966: Simon And Garfunkel's "I Am a Rock" enters the Hot 100. During its eleven week chart run, it will peak at #3.
1971: Ike and Tina Turner receive their only Gold record for their version of "Proud Mary", which climbed to #4 in the US.
1962: Chris Montez records "Let's Dance", which will reach #4 on the Billboard chart and #2 in the UK next Fall.
1956: Gene Vincent records "Be Bop A Lula" for Capitol Records at Owen Bradley's studio in Nashville, Tennessee. It would climb to #7 in the US and #16 in the UK the following Summer, eventually selling over 2 million copies.