April 15: Frank Sinatra, Kelly Clarkson and Tupac

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On this Day in Music history the ultimate daughter-daddy duo of the 60’s was at the top of the charts. Frank and Nancy Sinatra had the number one song in the country in 1967, with their hit ‘Somethin’ Stupid.” No other father, daughter act has ever reached number one on a Billboard charts since.

Back in 2003, all the world knew of Kelly Clarkson was an American Idol but on this day she released her debut album 'Thankful.'

Hip hop fans were stunned a few years back when a hologram of rapper Tupac Shakur was debuted to a crowd of thousands at Coachella, it ended up being the biggest moment of the 2012 music festival.

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