1956: Clarence Henry's "Ain't Got No Home" is released by Argo Records. The song will crack the Billboard Top 40 in early 1957 and reach #20 during its three week stay. Because he sings like a frog on the record, further releases would be credited to Clarence "Frogman" Henry.

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1971: Three days after performing "Tired of Being Alone" on American Bandstand, Al Green is awarded a Gold record for the hit single.

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1975: Art Garfunkel had his first UK solo #1 single with a song written in 1934, "I Only Have Eyes For You". It reached #18 in the US.

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1960: Neil Sedaka records "Calendar Girl", which will reach #4 in the US and #8 in the UK early the following year.

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1962: 12 year-old Stevie Wonder made his first recording for Motown Records when he taped "Thank You For Loving Me All The Way".

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