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This week in music: 1961

(KFVS) - Time to open up our jukebox of memories.

Let's head back to this week in 1961.

According to Billboard Magazine these were the most popular songs 54 years ago.

At number 5 was Elvis Presley with I Feel So Bad.

The Shirelles held down the number 4 position with Mama Said.

Coming in at number 3 was Shep and the Limelites with Daddy's Home.

At number two was Travelin' Man by Ricky Nelson. The B-side of that record was Hello Mary Lou. It was also a hit at the time.

And Roy Orbison topped the charts with his first number 1 hit, Running Scared.

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