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Nov 21
1960

Ray Charles has four singles in the Billboard Hot 100 in the USA ? Georgia On My Mind is at No5, Ruby is at 61, Hard-Hearted Hannah is at 65 and Come Rain Or Come Shine completes the quartet at No95. (1960)

Nov 21
1960

America's music trade bible Billboard reports that Duane Eddy and producer Lee Hazlewood have ended their spectacularly successful working relationship. (1960)

Nov 21
1960

Jazz trombonist Kai Winding records Love Walked In, Speak Low and Mangos, in New York City, USA, for Impulse Records. (1960)

Nov 21
1960

The Royal Notes release a new single, Come To My House Rock, on Destiny Records in the USA. (1960)

Nov 21
1960

Ray Starr [aka Ray Pennington] releases a new single, Donna Lou, on Federal Records in the USA. (1960)

Nov 21
1960

Sam Cooke plays the first of six nights at Sciolla's, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. (1960)

Nov 21
1960

Ronnie Scott plays at the Modern Jazz Club, Deer?s Leap, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK. (1960) N.B. Click here to visit SwindonMusicScene, for an in-depth look at this era of Swindon music.

Nov 21
1960

Clocking in at a fleeting one minute and 37 seconds, Stay by Maurice Williams And The Zodiacs becomes the shortest song ever to reach No1 on the Billboard Singles Chart in the USA. (1960)

Nov 21
1960

Will You Love Me Tomorrow by The Shirelles, written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, enters the Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Chart at No88, on its way to No1. (1960)

Nov 21
1960

The Beatles continue their 58-night residency at The Kaiserkeller, Hamburg, during their first visit to Germany, Europe. (1960)

Nov 21
1960

Johnny Preston releases a new single, I Want A Rock'n'Roll Guitar, on Mercury Records in the USA. (1960)