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Today's edition of The Roy Rogers Show, starring singing cowboy Roy Rogers, on NBC-tv in the USA is entitled The Train Robbery.
Jane Froman makes an appearance on Ed Sullivan's tv series Toast Of The Town in the USA, during which she makes an appeal on behalf of Easter Seals.
Popular singer Jane Morgan appears on the Toast Of The Town tv show, hosted by Ed Sullivan inNew York City, USA. Also appearing is The Notre Dame Glee Club.
Lyricist, popular song composer and publisher Will E. Dulmage dies aged 69 in Dearborn, Michigan, USA.
Elvis Presley returns to the Dorsey Brothers tv show in New York City, USA, after just one month, performing Blue Suede Shoes and Heartbreak Hotel. On the same day, I Was The One by Elvis Presley enters the Billboard US Best-Selling Singles chart, where it will peak at No19 during a ten-week run.
When British rock'n'roll combo Tony Crombie And His Rockets appear on UK tv show Sunday Night At The London Palladium, singers Harry Secombe and Alma Cogan are seen dancing to the music.
Bobby Darin makes his national tv debut on tv show Dick Clark's American Bandstand, recorded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Johnny Mathis appears on the Big Record television show in the USA.
Dion appears on popular tv show American Bandstand, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, performing Lonely Teenager and LittleMiss Blue.
Ricky Nelson sings You Are The Only One on tv series The Adventures Of Ozzie And Harriet in the USA.
UK pop idol Adam Faith stars in The Adam Faith Show on Associated Rediffusion tv, with guests Tony Bennett, Adele Leigh, Richard Wattis and Dick Charlesworth And His City Gents, and musical accompaniment by The Tony Osborne Orchestra.
Cy Grant performs a topical calypso on the BBC tv current affairs programme Tonight in London, England, UK.
Big Bad John by Jimmy Dean reaches No1 in the Lever Hit Parade Singles Chart in New Zealand, Oceania
With The Twist dance craze in full-swing, British tv company Associated Rediffusion broadcasts a special show, London Vs Paris Twist, during which David Frost introduces the winners of Twist competitions held in both capital cities, who then compete for a grand prize and medals. (1962)
The 8th Eurovision Song Contest is held in two studios at the BBC Television Centre, London, UK. After much confusion regarding the results of the Norwegian jury, Denmark snatches victory from Switzerland after a close run. The Danish husband-and-wife duo Grethe and Jurgen Ingmann take the prize with Dansevise.
BBC tv show A Degree Of Frost broadcasts presenter David Frost's pre-recorded interview with Paul McCartney of The Beatles.
The Beatles pre-recorded (on July 7) appearance on UK tv show Top Of The Pops is transmitted.
Tom Jones, The Ladybirds, Cliff Bennett And The Rebel Rousers and Tony Jackson (formerly of The Searchers] appear on tv show Lucky Stars Summer Spin in the UK.
Toni Harper (As Time Goes By and Never Trust A Stranger), The Temptations (My Girl and The Way You Do The Things You Do), Steve Alaimo, Carol And Cheryl, and Mike Clifford appear on tv pop show Shivaree, recorded for KABC in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Wembley Empire Pool, London, England, UK, hosts the 1965 NME (New Musical Express) Poll Winners Concert, featuring The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Moody Blues, The Kinks, The Searchers, Dusty Springfield, Herman's Hermits, Georgie Fame, The Animals, Them, Wayne Fontana, Donovan, Freddie and The Dreamers, Cilla Black and Tom Jones.
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Donovan, Burt Bacharach, Gene Pitney, The Rolling Stones and The Who make live appearances on UK tv show Top Of The Pops.
Sonny and Cher make their first appearance on national television in the USA on Dick Clark's American Bandstand.
The Turtles perform the Bob Dylan song It Ain't Me, Babe and Eddie Hodges performs the Bob Dylan song Love Minus Zero on tv pop music series Hollywood A Go Go, recorded in Los Angeles, California, USA.
James Brown arrives in London, England, UK, Europe, for a week of tv appearances and promotional activities.
The Buffalo Springfield appear on San Diego, California, USA, tv show Dance Time.
The Beatles sign a contract to represent the BBC and Britain, on Our World, the world's first live television satellite link-up, which will be be seen by approximately 400 million people across five continents.
Eric Burdon And The Animals play on the BBC tv show Whistle Stop in the UK. The show is hosted by Roger Whittaker.
Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, Eric Burdon, Davy Jones of The Monkees and Tommy Steele attend a New Year's Eve party at The Speakeasy, London, England, UK, Europe, during which Jimi Hendrix participates in a super-group jam.
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Don Partridge and The Love Affair are the musical guests on the BBC1-tv children's show Crackerjack in London, England, UK, Europe.
Arthur Conley leaves the USA for a series of tv appearances in Germany, France, Holland, Sweden, Italy, Denmark and the UK.
Larry Graham, bassist for Sly And The Family Stone, is arrested for possession of marijuana in London, England, UK. As a result, the group is kicked out of their hotel and their planned BBC TV appearance is cancelled.
70s teen pop idol David Cassidy marries Kay Lenz. The couple will divorce in 1983.
Kim Wilde is interviewed and does mimed performances of It's Here and Can't Get Enough (Of Your Love) on the tv show Trekvart, on SVT in Sweden, Europe.
Robert Flack makes a guest appearance as herself on today's episode of ABC-TV show Loving in the USA.
Now referring to himself simply as The Artist, Prince performs an outdoor concert at the window of NBC's Manhattan, New York City, USA, studio as part of the Today concert summer series.
US tv network CBS reports that Madonna is putting her Wiltshire country estate up for sale, just one year after buying it, because she feels she does not have enough privacy, and dislikes English blood sports ' in which her husband Guy Ritchie, participates.
Lady Gaga wins Best International Female, International Album for The Fame and International Breakthrough Act at The BRIT Awards 2010 in Earl's Court, London, UK. Lily Allen wins as British Female Solo Artist. The Spice Girls secure the prize for Best Brits Performance of 30 Years and Robbie Williams scoops the Outstanding Contribution to Music. Williams also closes the evening with a live greatest hits set.
David Cassidy plays the last of three days at Disney World America Gardens Theatre, Orlando, Florida, USA.
A tv marketing campaign to re-launch the fruit drink 5 Alive premieres in the UK using the long-lost album track I'm Alive by one-hit wonder Don Fardon as its soundtrack. The campaign revives 68-year old Fardon's career.
Ben E. King and Gary 'US' Bonds appear on UK tv show Breakfast to promote their upcoming tour of Britain.
Mos Def and Talib Kweli of Black Star perform with The Roots on tv show Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, in the USA.
Chris Herbert [known for managing The Spice Girls, Five and Hear'Say] is dropped from the staff of Simon Cowell's British tv show The X Factor, after it emerges that Herbert is being sued because of his alleged involvement in the internet exploitation of a six-minute-long sex video featuring Tulisa Contostavlos performing oral sex on her former boyfriend, MC Ultra.
Rihanna wins the Video Of The Year prize for We Found Love, at The MTV Video Music Awards in The Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA. Other winners include One Direction and Drake. Live performances are provided by Frank Ocean, Green Day, Pink, Alicia Keys and Taylor Swift.
The Backstreet Boys appear via satellite from Norway, Europe, on tv show Good Morning America, to announce the second North American leg of their In A World Like This tour, with Avril Lavigne as their opening act.
British entertainment legend Sir Bruce Forsyth, a versatile tv presenter, singer and dancer, dies at the age of 89 in Wentworth Estate, Surrey, England, UK, Europe, following hospitalisation for a severe chest infection.
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