Addie “Micki” Harrison was born.
Shirley Alston Reeves was born.
Doris Kenner-Jackson was born.
Beverly Lee was born.
“Dedicated to the One I Love” by the Shirelles hits #83.
“Tonight’s the Night” by the Shirelles hits #39.
Goffin & King’s “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow,” recorded by the Shirelles, reaches #1 after being released on Scepter Records.
The Shirelles hits #3 on pop and #2 on R&B with “Dedicated to the One I Love”.
“Dedicated to the One I Love,” by the Shirelles, reaches #3.
The Shirelles hits #4 on pop and #2 on R&B with “Mama Said”.
“Big John” by the Shirelles hits #21 on pop and #2 on R&B.
“Baby, It’s You,” sung by the Shirelles and written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, enters the Top Forty, where it will peak at #8.
The Shirelles’ “Soldier Boy” becomes their first #1 hit, topping the charts for three weeks.
“Welcome Home Baby” by the Shirelles goes to #22.
“Stop the Music” by the Shirelles peaks at #36.
“Foolish Little Girl,” the last big hit by the Shirelles, enters the Top Forty, where it will peak at #4.
“Don’t Say Goodnight and Mean Goodbye” by the Shirelles goes to #26.
“Everybody Loves a Lover” by the Shirelles charts at #19.
Micki Harris of the Shirelles dies.
The Shirelles are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame at the eleventh annual induction dinner. Darlene Love, Merry Clayton and Marianne Faithfull are their presenters.
Doris Kenner-Jackson of the Shirelles dies.