1973:Comedian Steve Martin was awarded a Gold record for the novelty song "King Tut", which had reached #17 on the Billboard chart and sold over a million copies.

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1964: Martha And The Vandellas' "Dancing In The Streets" is released. The song will become the group's biggest hit, reaching #2 in the US and #28 in the UK.

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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.

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Make-Up Mondays, Starting at 7am Eastern The School of Rock, Tuesdays 7-11pm Eastern The Dirty 80s w/Aurora Munroe, Fridays 10pm-12am Spirit of Resistance Radio

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