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Hal Swain's New Princes Orchestra records You're In My Heart [But Never In My Arms], Laughing Marionette, Sonny Boy and Dakota, in The Cafe Royal, London, UK, for Regal Records.
Michael Abraham Levy is born in Stoke Newington, North London, UK. He will become a successful music business impresario, founding the Magnet record label and managing the careers of Alvin Stardust, Chris Rea and others. He will become Lord Levy in 1997.
The All-Night Carnival of Jazz, featuring Humphrey Lyttelton And His Band, Ottilie Patterson, Chris Barber's Jazz Band, Ken Colyer's Jazzmen and Terry Lightfoot's Jazzmen, is held at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK.
The Shadows give their first live radio performance of Apache on the BBC radio show Parade Of The Pops in London, UK.
The Beatles play at Aintree Institute, Aintree, Liverpool, England, UK, Europe, and also at Lathom Hall, Seaforth, Liverpool.
Dave Clark Five, Mark Wynter, Susan Maughan and compere Alan Field play the third night in a week of shows at The Hippodrome, Birmingham, UK.
At 2.58pm The Beatles' chartered de Havilland Dove touches down at Turnhouse Airport, Scotland, UK, Europe. At a press conference in the day's venue, The ABC, Edinburgh, Lord Provost Duncan Weatherstone surprises the group by asking them for autographs.
The Rolling Stones' fourth UK tour continues at The Granada, East Ham, London, supported by Peter And Gordon, The Overlanders, The Barron Knights, David John And The Mood, Julie Grant and Tony Marsh.
The Rolling Stones release a new single, It's All Over Now, on Decca Records in the UK. The song is written by Bobby Womack and Shirley Womack, and was first released by The Valentinos.
Pirate radio station Radio London begins test transmissions from the M.V. Galaxy, anchored in the Thames Estuary, England, UK, Europe. It will quickly become Britain's most popular pirate station, with deejays including John Peel, Tony Blackburn, Kenny Everett, Dave Cash, Pete Drummond, Ed Stewart and Tommy Vance. The station is financed by Texan entrepreneur Don Pierson.
A package tour headlined by Roy Orbison and featuring Marianne Faithfull, The Rockin Berries and Cliff Bennett And The Rebel Rousers, plays at The Gaumont, Southampton, UK.
The Downliners Sect play at The Club Noreik, Tottenham, North London, England, UK.
Sandie Shaw plays the second night of a week at La Dolce Vita, Newcastle, UK.
Marlene Dietrich plays at The Hippodrome, Golders Green, London, England, UK.
A Silver Disc is awarded in the UK to the EP The Beatles No1 by The Beatles.
Tubby Hayes and his Orchestra record Nutty and 100% Proof, for Fontana Records in London.
Zoot Money signs a contact with galaxy Entertainments Ltd of Carnaby Street, London, UK, to make a live appearance at The Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, UK, on December 1.
The Who play at the Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, California, USA, supported by Cannonball Adderley, The Vagrants, Blue Cheer and Sagittarius.
Pink Floyd play at the Smurf Club, De Engh, Bussum, The Netherlands, Europe.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience enter the UK singles chart with their cover of Bob Dylan's All Along The Watchtower. It will peak at No5 during an eleven-week run.
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The Beatles' single The Ballad Of John And Yoko is released in Argentina, South America, on Apple Records.
In Stephen Stills' wine cellar basement in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, California, USA, The Rolling Stones spend the fourth of five days rehearsing for their upcoming tour of America.
Pink Floyd spend the first of twelve days working on the music that will become the album Dark Side Of The Moon, in a rehearsal room in Decca Studios, Broadhurst Gardens, West Hampstead, London, UK.
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On their European Tour 1973, The Rolling Stones play the second of two nights at The Ahoy, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Europe.
It is announced that Sir Cliff Richard, Robin Gibb and Barry Gibb (of The Bee Gees), Boy George and Russell Watson, are among music world stars coming together under the banner One World to raise money for The Asian Tsunami disaster with the release of a song, Grief Never Grows Old, which it is hoped will raise over £2m for the relief effort.
The Boomtown Rats enter the UK Singles Chart with their debut single, Lookin' After No1., which will peak at No11 during a nine-week run on the chart.
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David Bowie begins work on the film The Hunger, which is filmed mostly in London, England, UK, Europe, with some scenes filmed in New York City, USA.
On their End Of The Road tour, Status Quo play at King's Hall, Belfast, Nortern Ireland, UK, Europe.
On his Bad World Tour, Michael Jackson plays the first of two nights at Wembley Stadium, London, England, UK, Europe, to an audience of 72,000.
Mark Knopfler plays at St Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland, Europe.
Iron Maiden play in The T-Mobile Arena, Prague, Czech Republic, Europe.
A report in the Sunday Times newspaper states that British private equity firm Terra Firma has asked Citigroup to inject up to £300m ($486.1m) into its debt-laden music group EMI.
Laura Marling plays at The Palladium, London, UK, supported by Alessi's Ark.
Folk quartet Skinny Lister begin their Great British Narrowboat tour, setting off from Linslade, Bedfordshire, UK, they spend the next ten days travelling by canal to Camden Lock, London, and back again. Along the way they will perform, write and record songs, with the aim of producing a limited edition EP, Grand Union.
Jazz pianist, songwriter and singer Arthur H fractures his wrist in a motorcycle crash and is forced to cancel the following night's show at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, UK.
Chapel Club hold a special 'fans only' album playback party at The Social, London, UK, for their debut album Palace due for release at the end of the month.
On their Final Frontier World Tour, Iron Maiden play at The Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England, UK, Europe.
Baselogic Productions, the company behind the recently cancelled Bloc Festival, is placed into administration. The event, in Docklands, London, UK, was scrapped during its first day - July 6th. Artists due to appear had included Orbital, Snoop Dogg, Gary Numan and Steve Reich.
Bastille play at X-Tra, Zurich, Switzerland, Europe.
Boyband Union J play at The NIA, Birmingham, UK.
Prince, backed by 3rd Eye Girl, plays at Shepherds Bush Empire, London, UK.
Fred Hedley And His Band win the 1942 South London Dance Band Championship, held in The Town Hall, Wimbledon, UK.
It is reported in Businessweek that Mark Andes of 60s California rock band Spirit is planning to sue Led Zeppelin ove the musical similarity of their song Stairway To Heaven to the Spirit song Taurus.
On her Live 2016 Tour, Adele plays at The Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway, Europe.
On her Live 2016 Tour, Adele plays the last of four nights at The Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
On her 80-date Dangerous Woman tour Ariana Grande plays at Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, supported by Victoria Monet and Little Mix.
During the European leg of their Not In This Lieftime tour, Guns N'Roses play at Stadion Energa Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland, Europe, supported by Killing Joke and Virgin. This tour features classic Guns N'Roses line-up members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan, playing together for the first time since 1993.
On the North American leg of their 100-date Global Spirit Tour, Depeche Mode play at The Centre Bell, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Ed Sheeran plays a second night at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia, Oceania.
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