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Duke Records of Houston, Texas, USA, releases That's The Way Love Is by Bobby 'Blue' Bland.
Bob Dylan spends the second of two days working in London, UK, on the BBC tv play The Madhouse On Castle Street.
Bobby Vee records Charms at United Recording Studios, Hollywood, California, USA.
Paul Anka records Don't Ever Leave Me and My Home Town for RCA Records in New York City, USA.
Bob Dylan, Ric Von Schmidt and Richard Farina perform with Martin Carthy at The Troubadour, London, UK.
Tim Kelly, guitarist of heavy rock band Slaughter, is born in Trenton, New Jersey, USA.
Mark Morris, of 80s rock band Balaam And The Angel, is born in Motherwell, Scotland.
Carl Butler And Pearl record Loving Arms and Who'll Be The Next? for Columbia Records in Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Vee-Jay Records send lacquers of Please Please Me and Ask Me Why by The Beatles to Audio Matrix, Inc., in the Bronx, New York City, USA, to prepare the metal parts necessary to manufacture a 45rpm single for release in the USA.
Teen idol Frankie Avalon marries beauty queen Kay Deibel (a former Miss Rheingold beer), in Hollywood, California, USA.
Frank Ifield qualifies for a gold disc for one million worldwide sales of his hit single Lovesick Blues.
Teen pop idol Fabian Forte appears as Martin Beldon in Say Goodbye to All That, an episode of the tv western series The Virginian.
Country music star Travis Tritt is born in Marietta, Georgia, USA.
Dave Rotheray, best-known as guitarist for The Beautiful South, is born in Hull, UK.
Dick Charlesworth And His City Gents play at The Festival Hall, Kirkby In Ashton, England, UK, Europe.
Jazz pianist McCoy Tyner records the LP Nights of Ballads And Blues for Impulse! Records at Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, USA.
John Lee Hooker releases a new single, Frisco Blues, on Vee-Jay Records in the USA.
A new radio station, WVON - The Voice Of The Negro, makes its debut in Chicago, Illinois, USA. The 250 watt station is owned by Leonard Chess and Phil Chess, founders of Chess Records. It will quickly find massive local success playing R'n'B music, ranking consistently among the top five most listened to stations in the market.
The Mann-Hugg Blues Brothers, later to become Manfred Mann, play at The Marquee Club, London, UK.
Bob Dylan plays in a Hootenanny at Club 47, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
The Eagles and The Springfields play at The Odeon, Manchester, UK.
The Eagles and The Springfields play at The Essoldo, Stoke, UK.
Bob Dylan sings live and is interviewed on the Studs Terkel Wax Museum radio show on WFMT in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
The Beatles' latest single, From Me To You, is released in Sweden on Odeon Records.
Bob Dylan walks out of The Ed Sullivan Show in New York City, USA, after being told he cannot perform his anti-segregation song Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues.
1. The Animals play at The Star Club, Hamburg, Germany, during a two-month residency.
The Rolling Stones play two shows - first at Studio 51, Soho, London, UK, and then later at The Crawdaddy Club, Richmond, London.
The Yardbirds play at Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, UK.
Vonda Shepard is born in New York City, USA. She will find success as a singer and songwriter after appearing regularly in the popular late 90s tv series Ally McBeal as a resident pianist in a bar near McBeal's office.
Freddie And The Dreamers record I'm Telling You Now in London, UK.
Nat King Cole plays at The Odeon, Manchester, UK.
Surf City by Jan And Dean hits No1 in the Billboard Top 40 Singles Chart in the USA. The song is co-written by Jan Berry with Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys.
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Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys and Nick Venet produce the tracks Pray For Surf and Hide Go Seek for girl-group The Honeys, in Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Ray Charles plays at The Cow Palace, San Francisco, California, USA.
The Jetblacks play at The Cavern, Liverpool, UK. Their bass player, John Paul Jones, will go on to be a founder member of Led Zeppelin.
Shane Fenton and The Fentones play at the The City Hall, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England, UK, Europe. supported by The Rebels. In the early 1970s, Shane Fenton will re-launch his career under the name Alvin Stardust.
Folk-blues singer and banjo player Karen Dalton and Richard Tucker play at Gerde's Folk City in New York City, USA.
The Beatles single, Twist And Shout, is released in Germany on Odeon Records.
Cilla Black makes her major concert debut, opening a show for Gerry and the Pacemakers at the Odeon, Lewisham, UK.
The Gerry and the Pacemakers/Del Shannon package tour plays at Walthamstow, UK, with The Brook Brothers standing in for Jet Harris And Tony Meehan, because Harris is reportedly suffering "exhaustion after a car crash."
The Rolling Stones record I Wanna Be Your Man, written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney of The Beatles, at De Lane Lea Recording Studios, London, UK. On the same day, the band learns that guitarist Brian Jones is earning more money than the other members, on the basis that he is their leader. At some point in this month, Jones also writes and records a tv advertising jingle for the breakfast cereal Rice Krispies.
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The Swinging Blue Jeans play at the The City Hall, Salisbury, supported by The Concords and Ricky Vernon and The Pathfinders.
The Moody Blues play at The Marquee Club, Wardour Street, London, UK.
King Curtis plays the eighth night of a two-week season at The Latin Casino, Camden, New Jersey, USA.
The Beatles play at The Odeon Cinema, Nottingham, England, UK, Europe.
Sam Cooke records A Change Is Gonna Come for RCA Victor Records in Los Angeles.