1964: The Murmaids' only hit, "Popsicles and Icicles", reaches its peak at #3 on the Hot 100. Interestingly, the single version would have four different B-sides on individual pressings.
1976: Foghat's "Slow Ride" becomes the first of their five Billboard chart entries and the only one to crack the Top 20.
1988: Whitney Houston led the Billboard singles chart with "So Emotional", her sixth consecutive number one song. Up to that point, only The Beatles and The Bee Gees had scored six straight chart toppers.
1966: Although they would go on to have a great deal of success on the Country chart, The Statler Brothers enjoy their only Billboard Hot 100 success when "Flowers On The Wall" peaks at #4.
1969: The music / comedy trio, Scaffold, which included Paul McCartney's younger brother Mike, led the UK singles chart with a novelty tune called "Lily The Pink". Elton John, along with Graham Nash of The Hollies, contributed backing vocals and Jack Bruce of Cream played bass guitar.