1960: 17-year-old Annette Funicello entered the Billboard Pop chart with the Paul Anka penned "Train of Love". The song would become the fourth of her five Top 40 hits, eventually reaching #36.

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1976: The Beach Boys' cover of Chuck Berry's "Rock And Roll Music" enters the Billboard Top 40 where it would peak at #5 during a thirteen week run. That was one spot higher than Berry's 1957 original

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1977: James Taylor enters the Billboard chart with an update of Jimmy Jones's 1960 #1 hit, "Handy Man". Taylor's version will reach #4.

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1963: The Rolling Stones released their first UK single, "Come On", which would peak at #21

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1956: A 31-year-old woman named Gogi Grant knocked Elvis out of Billboard's number one spot with a song called "The Wayward Wind". It was a tune that she recorded almost as an after thought, with just fifteen minutes of studio time remaining. Six weeks later, Elvis would be back on top with "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You".

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