1963: A New York doo-wop quintet called The Earls saw their only US Top 40 hit, "Remember Then" enter the Billboard chart, where it would reach #24.
1986: James Brown's "Living In America" enters the Billboard Pop chart where it would rise to #4 during an eleven week run. It was his first Top 40 hit in ten years and would also be his last. The song was featured in the film Rocky IV, just as Apollo Creed enters the boxing ring.
1976: Foghat's "Slow Ride" becomes the first of their five Billboard chart entries and the only one to crack the Top 20.
1961: Bob Newhart's comedy LP "The Button Down Mind Strikes Back!" topped the Billboard album chart, just as "The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart" did the previous year.