Presley, Elvis. “Good Luck Charm.” Good Luck Charm. Capital Records, 1962.
Hot 100 #1 for 2 consecutive weeks: April 21st and April 28th, 1962.
Elvis transcends. 1962 is a few short years after his military service, wherein he started his amphetamine habit and engaged in a relationship with 14-year-old Priscilla Beaulieu (whom he later married). It also was the start of him staring in as many as 3 movies a year and before the collapse of his (initial) career.
Hot 100 #1 for 2 consecutive weeks: April 7th and April 14th 1962.
Shelley not only was a charted musician, she also has a long history of acting in Television and Film. She was on the Donna Reed show, playing the role of Mary Stone for no less than 7 years. In 1994 she was awarded the Former Child Star Lifetime Achievement Award by the Young Artist Foundation.
Francis, Connie. “Don’t Break The Heart That Loves You.” Don’t Break The Heart That Loves you. MGM Records, 1962.
Hot 100 #1 for one week: March 31st, 1962.
This was Connie’s 3rd and final chart-topper on the Hot 100, this style of music was shortly supplanted by the British Invasion. Connie was also involved with Bobby Darin for a time, they had met to write some songs together. They quickly started dating, against the behest of her father. Reportedly, her father even chased Darin away at gunpoint once after Darin had suggested that him and Connie should elope.
Francis supported Richard Nixon’s 1968 presidential candidacy by recording a TV ad for him. She was also appointed by Ronald Reagan to head up a task force on violent crime.