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The musical Charlie Girl is presented at The Adephi Theatre, London, England, UK, Europe, during a run of over five years which includes 2,202 performances.
The musical Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris, is performed at The Village Gate, Greenwich Village, New York City, USA, during a run of 1,847 performances.
The controversial hippy musical, Hair is playing at the Biltmore Theatre on Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 1750 performances.
The rock musical Hair (which includes a scene with a fully nude cast) is presented during a run of 1,997 performances at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London, England, UK, Europe. The cast includes Marsha Hunt, Paul Nicholas, Sonja Kristina and Jimmy Winston.
A plagiarism suit is launched against San Francisco band Creedence Clearwater Revival by Arco Industries, claiming that the group's hit Travelin' Band had partly plagiarised Little Richard's Good Golly Miss Molly.
The Sutherland Brothers play at The Greyhound, Fulham, London, England, UK, Europe.
In a syndicated column in the New York Post, journalist Pete Hamill publishes a story about the evolving tradition of tying yellow ribbons round trees or gateposts to welcome returning prisoners back to their homes. The story will inspire songwriters Irwin Levine and Larry Brown to compose Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree, which will become a huge hit in 1973 for Tony Orlando And Dawn.
David Crosby And Graham Nash play the first of two nights at Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, California, USA, supported by Judee Sill. Neil Young joins Crosby And Nash for a brief guest appearance.
In a syndicated column in the New York Post, journalist Pete Hamill publishes a story about the evolving tradition of tying yellow ribbons round trees or gateposts to welcome returning prisoners back to their homes. The story will inspire songwriters Irwin Levine and Larry Brown to compose Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree, which will become a huge hit in 1973 for Tony Orlando And Dawn.
A plagiarism suit is launched against Creedence Clearwater Revival by Arco Industries, claiming that the group's hit Travelin' Band had partly plagiarised Little Richard's Good Golly Miss Molly.
Celebrity organist Virgil Fox performs his Bach Lives! concert at Winterland, San Francisco, California, USA.
Stone The Crows play at Liverpool Stadium, Liverpool, UK.