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The musical Milk And Honey, with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, is playing at The Martin Beck Theater on Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 543 performances.
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.
The Beach Boys record a four-song demo tape including Surfin' Safari, Surfer Girl and 409 for Capitol Records' A+R man Nik Venet [aka Nick Venet], Western Studios, Los Angeles, California, USA. 1962)
[The Man Who Shot] Liberty Valance, sung by Gene Pitney and written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, peaks at No4 in the Billboard pop singles chart in the USA.
Carl Perkins plays the thirteenth of fifteen nights at The Golden Nugget, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
The Oscar Peterson Trio with The Ernie Wilkins Big Band record Blues For Big Scotia in New York City, USA, for Verve Records.
John Coltrane completes two weeks [with Mondays off] at Birdland, New York City, USA.
Ricky Nelson records It's Up To You and I've Got My Eyes On You, with producer/arranger Jimmie Haskell for Imperial Records at Western Recorders in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. Musicians on the session include James Burton on lead guitar and Richie Frost on drums.
Frank Sinatra continues with three days of recording for a new album at CTS Studios, in London, UK. On this day he records Roses Of Picardy, A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square and other tracks.
The Beach Boys record a four-song demo tape including Surfin' Safari, Surfer Girl and 409 for Capitol Records' A+R man Nik Venet, Western Studios, Los Angeles, California, USA. 1962)
Carl Perkins plays the thirteenth of fifteen nights at The Golden Nugget, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
I'll Bring It On Home To You by Carla Thomas reaches No9 on the Billboard R'n'B Singles chart in the USA. The track is an answer song to Sam Cooke's Bring It On Home To Me.
Linda Scott leaves the USA for a tour of New Zealand, Australasia.
A new music and informations radio station, KTXR 101.3 FM aka The Gentle Giant, begins broadcasting in Springfield, Missouri, USA.
John Coltrane completes two weeks [with Mondays off] at Birdland, New York City, USA.
Mike Vescara, vocalist with such heavy rock bands as Reign Of Terror, Obsession and Loudness, is born.
Ricky Nelson records It's Up To You, Teenage Idol and I've Got My Eyes On You, with producer/arranger Jimmie Haskell for Imperial Records at Western Recorders in Hollywood, California, USA. Musicians on the session include James Burton on lead guitar and Richie Frost on drums.
Frank Sinatra continues with three days of recording for a new album at CTS Studios, in London, UK. On this day he records Roses Of Picardy, A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square and other tracks.
Mike Vescera, vocalist with such heavy rock bands as Reign Of Terror, Obsession and Loudness, is born in Connecticut, USA.