1973: Cher had the top tune in the US with a song written especially for her, "Half-Breed". She would later claim to be 1/16th Cherokee on her mother's side.

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1961: Neil Sedaka records "Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen", which will become his eighth US Top 20 hit. He will go on to have thirteen more.

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1968: One of the original super groups, Cream, a trio consisting of Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce, set out on their farewell tour. Their hit single "White Room" was still climbing the charts following the success of "Sunshine Of Your Love" earlier in the year.

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1975: David Bowie had the top tune on Billboard's singles chart with "Fame", a song co-written by John Lennon, who can be heard singing near the end of the record.

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1969: Creedence Clearwater Revival scored their only UK #1 single with "Bad Moon Rising".

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