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The stage musical How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, starring Rudy Vallee, is playing at the 46th Street Theater on Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 1,417 performances.
Pete Townshend of The Who tells the UK pop weekly, Melody Maker, that, "We think the mod thing is dying. We don't plan to go down with it, which is why we've become individualists."
At The Astoria Theatre, Rawtenstall, Lancashire, England, UK, The Kinks perform their first live British stage show since guitarist Dave Davies was injured in Cardiff by a cymbal thrown at him by drummer Mick Avory.
Cilla Black plays the sixth night of a week at La Dolce Vita, Newcastle, UK.
The highest new entry in Cash Box magazine chart of the 100 best-selling singles in the USA is I'll Keep On Holding On by The Marvelettes, entering at No64.
Wooly Bully by Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs peaks at No2 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart in the USA. It will go on to sell 3m copies worldwide.
John Coltrane comes to the end of a one-week residency at Pep's, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
The Byrds enter the Billboard Top 40 singles chart in the USA with their folk-rock cover of the Bob Dylan song Mr Tambourine Man, which will peak at No1, during a ten-week run.
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The Cromwellian Club in London, UK, begins a new policy of booking top r'n'b acts from the USA, with an appearance by The Soul Sisters.
Elvis Presley continues with filming of his next movie, Frankie And Johnny, at Goldwyn Studios, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.
The Spencer Davis Group plays at The Club Noreik, Tottenham, North London, UK.
Music trade magazine Billboard in the USA reports that Frank Sinatra Jr. has joined his father and sister as an artist on Reprise Records, the company started by Frank Sr.
Jokers Wild, a group including guitarist David Gilmour, later to join Pink Floyd, plays at The Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, England, UK.
I Can't Help Myself by The Four Tops reaches No1 in the Billboard R'n'B Singles Chart in the USA for the first of nine weeks.
The Rolling Stones, The O'Jays and Jody Miller appear on syndicated tv pop show Shivaree, recorded for KABC in Los Angeles, California, USA.
The Who release a new single, Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere, in the USA on Decca Records.
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UK music paper Record Mirror shows Bumble Bee by The Searchers as the week's top EP (extended player).
Johnny Rivers releases a new single, Seventh Son, in the USA. The song is a cover version of a Willie Dixon composition.
Back In My Arms Again by The Supremes reaches No1 in the Cash Box magazine chart of the best-selling singles in the USA.
Lester Flatt And Earl Scruggs release a new album, The Versatile Flatt And Scruggs, on Columbia Records in the USA.
Eddie Rambeau enters the Billboard Top 40 Singles Chart in the USA with Concrete And Clay, which will peak at No35.
The Small Faces play at The Cavern In The Town, off Leicester Square, London, UK, where they are seen by two influential rock managers, Don Arden and Kit Lambert. Arden invites them to his Carnaby Street office for discussions.
Joan Baez plays a concert at the BBC Theatre in Shepherd's Bush, London, England, UK.
The Who play at Loyola Hall, Stamford Hill, North London, England, UK.
The Yardbirds play at The Palais, Peterborough, UK.
Golden Earring play at Club 192, The Hague, Netherlands, Europe.
Paul Simon plays at Wimbledon Folk Club, London, England, UK.
The Moody Blues record an appearance on UK tv show Thank Your Lucky Stars.
Freddie And The Dreamers begin an 18-week season at The Queen's Theatre, Blackpool, England, UK.
The Bee Gees play live during a residency the 1965 Royal Easter Show in the Showgrounds, Sydney, Australia, Oceania.
The Beatles release a new EP, Rock And Roll Music, in Japan, Asia, on Odeon Records.
Brian Poole And The Tremeloes begin a tour of Ireland, Europe.
P.J. Proby appears on the cover of Fabulous magazine in the UK.
The stage musical On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, with lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Burton Lane, is playing at the Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, USA, during a run of 280 performances.
The stage musical Man Of La Mancha is playing at the ANTA Washington Square Theatre, New York City, USA, during a run of almost two and a half years.