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A new Aston Martin DB5 is delivered to George Harrison of The Beatles at his Kinfauns estate, Claremount Park, Surrey, UK. The delivery is made by Brydor Cars, a company owned by the band's manager Brian Epstein.
The Who play at The Red Lion, Leytonstone, London, England, UK.
The Righteous Brothers hit No1 in the Billboard Top 40 singles chart in the USA for the first of two weeks with You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'. on the same day, they reach No1 in the Cash Box magazine chart for the first of three-weeks.
It's Not Unusual by Tom Jones enters the UK singles chart, where it will peak at No1.
I'll Never Find Another You by The Seekers reaches No1 in the Radio London Fab Forty singles chart in London, UK.
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra play at The Astoria (aka The Rainbow), Finsbury Park, London, UK.
A UK Silver Disc is awarded to the single It's Not Unusual by Tom Jones.
The Beau Brummels, Tony Bennett, The Drifters, Aretha Franklin, Dobie Gray and Mickey Rooney Jr. appear on tv show Shindig! in the USA.
A UK tv special, The Bacharach Sound, is transmitted by ITV, featuring Burt Bacharach and his lyricist Hal David with Dusty Springfield, Dionne Warwick, The Searchers and The Merseybeats.
The Yardbirds play at Cook's Ferry Inn, Edmonton, London, England, UK.
Country/Western Swing singer-songwriter Wayne Hancock is born in Dallas, Texas, USA.
The Moody Blues play at The Corn Exchange, Chelmsford, UK.
The Moody Blues play at The Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, UK.
Screamin' Jay Hawkins records the album The Night And Day Of Screamin' Jay Hawkins, for Planet Records in London, England, UK.
The Rolling Stones play at the Southern College Auditorium, Statesboro, Georgia, USA.
The Moody Blues play at The New Central Ballroom, Aldershot, England, UK.
Gordon Lightfoot plays at La Cave, Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
The Small Faces play at The Starlight Rooms, London, England, UK.
Country music guitarist Doc Watson and The Danny Kalb Quartet [later known as The Blues Project] play the twelfth of fifteen nights at The Gaslight Cafe, Greenwich Village, New York City, USA.
Elvis Presley continues with filming of his next movie, Frankie And Johnny, at Goldwyn Studios, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Norma Jean Beasler records D-I-V-O-R-C-E, I Can't Leave Him, No Another Time and I Got You in RCA Victor Studio, 800 17th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Stan Getz plays at St. John Terrell's Music Circus, Lambertville, New Jersey, USA.
"Exciting hit recording stars" The Who play at The Town Hall, High Wycombe, UK. The contract specifies that the group will receive £125 or 60% of the gross takings.
Sandie Shaw plays the fourth night of a week at La Dolce Vita, Newcastle, England, UK.
Chuck Berry plays at The Cinnamon Cinder, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Jazz trumpeter and cornettist Ruby Braff comes to the end of two weeks at at Embers West, West 49th Street, New York City, USA.
Jazz vocalist Bill Henderson records When You're Smiling, Who's Sorry Now and other tracks in Los Angeles, California, USA, for Verve Records.
Gerry And The Pacemakers and Gene Vincent play at The South Pier, Blackpool, England, UK.
The VIPs, later to become Spooky Tooth, play at The Marquee, Soho, London, England, UK.
The Moody Blues throw one of their celebrated parties in Roehampton, Greater London, England, UK, with guests including Paul McCartney and George Harrison of The Beatles, The Who, Rod Stewart, Marianne Faithfull, Sandie Shaw, Doris Troy, Long John Baldry, Viv Prince (The Pretty Things), Hilton Valentine (The Animals), Twinkle and Goldie And The Gingerbreads.
The Supremes play at The Copacabana, New York City, USA.
The Swinging Blue Jeans record Crazy 'Bout My Baby, Don't Make Me Over, What Can I Do Today and Good Lovin' at EMI's Abbey Road Studios, London, England, UK.
After the instrument causes a sensation on UK tv show Ready, Steady, Go!, Graham Bond explains to Record Mirror that his Mellotron 'makes a tremendous difference to our sound. We have been rehearsing with it in secret for over three months.'
The Who are filmed performing I Can't Explain, Daddy Rolling Stone and an early version of My Generation at Twickenham Film Studios, London, England, UK, for use on the tv show Shindig! in the USA.
The Beatles release a new album, Help!, on Parlophone Records in the UK.
The Watts Riots, six days of racially fueled violence begin in a small southern suburb of Los Angeles, California, USA. Over the coming days there will be 34 deaths, 1,032 injuries, 3,438 arrests, and over $40m worth of property damage. The 1967 Jimi Hendrix song, House Burning Down, and the Frank Zappa song Trouble Every Day, will be inspired by the Watts Riots.
Roger Whittaker, The Settlers and The Swinging Strings are featured live on the BBC Light Programme radio show Settle Down in London, England, UK.
Gerry And The Pacemakers, Gene Vincent and Karl Denver continue with a summer season at The South Pier, Blackpool, England, UK.
Tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris records Born To Be Blue, Love For Sale, 'S Wonderful and Freedom Jazz Dance for Atglantic Records in New York City, USA.
The Walker Brothers play in Oldham, England, UK.
The Frenzie Beats play at The Pavilion Ballroom, Strathpeffer, Scotland, UK, supported by The Oreogons.
The Small Faces and Jonathan King appear on tv pop show Ready, Steady, Go! in London, UK.
Cliff Richard And The Shadows play at The Odeon, Glasgow, Scotland.
The Kinks, Zoot Money, Wayne Fontana and Lou Johnson appear on tv pop show Ready, Steady, Go! in London, England, UK.
Goldie And The Gingerbreads play at The Oasis, Manchester, England, UK.
Pete Seeger, Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon play at The Village Gate, Greenwich Village, New York City, USA.
The Beatles record Girl and You Won't See Me in EMI Studio 2, Abbey Road, London, UK.
Bob Dylan plays At Washington University, Seattle, Washington, USA.