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The musical comedy Naughty Nancy is playing at The Savoy Theatre, London, England, UK, during a run of 77 performances.
The musical comedy The Maid Of The Mountains, with music by Harold Fraser-Simpson and J.W. Tate, is playing at Daly's Theatre, London, England, UK, during a run of 1352 performances.
Ted Weems And His Orchestra record Chick, Chick, Chick, Chick, Chicken (Lay A Little Egg For Me), Climbing Up The Ladder Of Love and What's the Use Of Crying in Camden, New Jersey, USA, for Victor Records.
Music hall star George Formby records There's Nothing Proud About Me and a new version of John Willie's Jazz Band, for Decca Records in London, UK.
The Irving Berlin musical Louisiana Purchase is presented at The Imperial Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 444 performances.
The Benny Carter Band plays the second night of a month of shows at The Tiffany Club, Los Angeles, California, USA.
The Billy May Orchestra is playing during three weeks at The Thunderbird, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Western swing singer Tex Williams plays at the Bostonia Ballroom, El Cajon, California, USA.
The Joe Morris Orchestra play the sixth night of a week at The Spodoree Club, Youngstown, Ohio USA. For many years, The Joe Morris Orchestra was the house band at Atlantic Records.
An Alan Freed-promoted US package tour called The Biggest Rhythm'n'Blues Show, plays the second of five nights at The Paramount Theater, Brooklyn, New York, USA. Acts on the bill include The Drifters, Roy Hamilton, LaVern Baker, King Pleasure, The Spaniels and more.
Eddie Condon's All Stars are playing during a two-month engagement at Condon's, East 56th Street, New York City, USA.
B.B. King plays the last of three nights at Hines Farm Blues Club, Swanton, Ohio, USA.
Louis Armstrong And The All Stars record Summer Song, You Swing Baby and other tracks in New York City, USA, for Columbia Records. Piano player on the session is Dave Brubeck, and vocalist is Carmen McRae.
Popular jazz vocalist Shirley Horn records Do It Again and Love For Sale, for Mercury Records in New York City.
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra record Monk's Dream, Cordon Bleu, The Lonely Ones and other tracks in RCA Studio, New York City, USA.
The Beatles play two gigs. The first is at The Cavern Club, Liverpool, UK, then The Riverpark Ballroom, Chester.
Barbra Streisand marries actor Elliott Gould in Carson City, Nevada, USA.
Tommy Roe releases a new single, Everybody, on ABC-Paramount Records in the USA.
Travelling home from Scotland, UK, in The Hollies' van, guitarist and singer Graham Nash falls out of the door at 40mph. Nevertheless, the band travels on and carries out an engagement deputising for Gene Vincent on the tv show Go Man Go.
The Rolling Stones play at the California Ballroom, Dunstable, UK.
George Hamilton IV records Slightly Used, Under Your Spell Again, Foolin' Around, Another Day Another Dollar and other tracks, with producer Chet Atkins, in RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins Street, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. The band on the session features guitarists Ray Edenton, Jerry Reed and Wayde Phillips, Ralph Mooney on steel guitar, Bobby Dyson on bass guitar, James Isbell on drums and Hargus Robbins on piano.
Fats Domino is playing the last of five nights at Club Laurel, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience is asked to leave the foyer of the Park Avenue Hotel in Gothenburg, Sweden, Europe, because Princess Alexandra is about to arrive.They refuse. Later, they fly back to London, England, UK, Europe.
The Chambers Brothers, Blood, Sweat And Tears and The Amboy Dukes (with Ted Nugent on guitar) play the first of two nights at The Fillmore East, New York City, USA.
Roy Orbison plays the fifth night in a week of dates at the Birmingham Theatre, Birmingham, England, UK, Europe.
Sugar Sugar by The Archies reaches No1 in the Cash Box magazine chart of the best-selling singles in the USA.
Bob Dylan's latest single, Lay Lady Lay, enters the UK pop singles chart where it will peak at No5 during a twelve-week run.
The Faces play at The Black Prince, Bexley, Kent, UK.
Greenslade play at Friar's, Aylesbury, England, UK, Europe, supported by John Otway And Kris Needs and Warren Harry And The Yum Yum Band.
Joe Don Rooney is born in Baxter Springs, Kansas, USA. He will find success as the guitarist in country rock band Rascal Flatts.
Ozzy Osbourne's current tour of North America ends in Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, Florida, USA.
On the Couldn't Stand The Weather Tour, Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble play at Memorial Gymnasium, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, supported by Will Rambeaux And The Delta Hurricanes.
On their Metal Conqueror tour, Judas Priest play at The Budokan, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
Adam Ant appears on the cover of Smash Hits magazine in the UK, promoting his latest single, Apollo 9.
Saxon play at St. David's Hall, Cardiff, Wales, UK, Europe.
The Tony Williams Quintet spends the last of three days recording the LP Native Heart at The Power Station, New York City, USA.
Phish play at The Wetlands Preserve, New York City, USA.
The Smithereens play at The Lounge Ax, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
For her first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, LeAnn Rimes sings Blue, I Wanna Be A Cowboy's Sweetheart and Blue Moon Of Kentucky.
Marcelo Rodriguez, the Los Angeles, California, policeman who arrested George Michael in a Beverly Hills toilet, takes the star to court alleging slander and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Eminem's Anger Management tour comes to an end at The Palace, Auburn Hills, Detroit, Michigan.
Ray Dolby, the billionaire audio engineer who pioneered noise reduction in audio recordings and founded Dolby Laboratories, is presented with The Charles F. Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in The Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA.
The White Stripes play at Louisville Palace, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.
Fun Lovin' Criminals play at Barrowlands, Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
Trisha Yearwood releases her tenth album, Jasper County, in the USA.
Paul McCartney releases his thirteenth solo album, Chaos And Creation In The Back Yard, on Capitol Records in the USA.
Robert Plant releases a new album, Band Of Joy, in the UK.
Paul Weller releases a new single, Fast Car-Slow Traffic/Andromeda, in the UK on Island Records.
More than twenty years after they split up, influential Scottish band The Vaselines release a new album, Sex With An X, in the UK on SubPop Records.
On his That's My Kind of Night Tour, Luke Bryan plays at The Xfinity Theatre, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.