1960: 15 year old Brenda Lee had the number one song in the US with "I'm Sorry", a tune that was recorded in the last ten minutes of a session and originally meant to be the "B" side of "That's All You Gotta Do". The record reached #12 in the UK.
1982: "Valley Girl" by Frank Zappa and his 14 year old daughter Moon Unit, enters the Billboard Pop chart at #75. It will peak at #32 in August.
1955: "Baby Let's Play House" becomes Elvis Presley's first national hit when it enters the Billboard Country Best Sellers list, where it will top out at #5. The song had been written and recorded a year earlier by Arthur Gunter, but Presley's version used some altered lyrics and a different arrangement.
1966: Percy Sledge earned a Gold record for the hit single, "When a Man Loves A Woman". It was his only song to make it to number one and the only one of five chart makers to break into the Top Ten.