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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 stage musical She Loves Me with music by Jerry Bock and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick is playing at The Eugene O'Neill Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 301 performances.
Winifred Atwell, Lance Percival, Ronnie Carroll, Antonio Vargas And The Spanish Dancers, Gerard Sety, Des Lane, Toni Ros, The Mistins and The Don Robb Group are playing during the summer season at The Star Light Roof, The Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, England, UK, Europe.
Rusty 'Ko Ko' Adams is playing during thirteen days at The Little Brown Jug, Owensboro, Kentucky, USA, with Jo Ann And Ray Cantrell.
The Konrads play at The Civic Hall, Orpington, England, UK, Europe. (Their vocalist, later to find fame as David Bowie, does not appear with them on this particular night).
The Beach Boys play at The Memorial Auditorium, Portland, Oregon, USA, with Jan and Dean. Brian Wilson does not play this show, and his place is taken by Al Jardine.
Billy J. Kramer is featured on the cover of today's edition of Disc Weekly pop newspaper in the UK, alongside the headline 'Billy J Still Can't Believe It'.
The Chad Mitchell Trio, The Rooftop Singers and Nancy Ames play at Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Billy J. Kramer And The Dakotas, Tommy Roe, The Fourmost, Tommy Quickly, Heinz And The Saints, The Dennisons and Johnny Sandon And The Remo Four play at The Gaumont, Worcester, England, UK, Europe.
Johnny Western performs the theme song, The Ballad Of Paladin, when the long-running CBS-tv western Have Gun, Will Travel makes its final prime-time appearance.
Heat Wave by Martha And The Vandellas on Gordy Records tops the Billboard R'n'B singles chart in the USA for the first of five weeks.
Sugar Shack by Jimmy Gilmer And The Fireballs enters the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the USA, on its way to No1.
Wham! by Lonnie Mack enters the Billboard Top 40 Singles Chart in the USA, where it will peak at No24.
The first day of a two-day country music spectacular featuring Johnny Cash, Roy Acuff, George Jones, June Carter, Wilma Lee, Stoney Cooper and Clyde Beavers is taking place at The Armory, Washington DC, USA.
The Hellions play at The Twisted Wheel, Manchester, England, UK, Europe.
Barbra Streisand and Liberace play in the South Shore Room, Harrah's, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA.
Roy Orbison plays at The City Hall, Sheffield, England, UK, Europe, supported by The Searchers, Bob Luman, Freddie And The Dreamers, and Brian Poole And The Tremeloes.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr of The Beatles are on holiday in Greece, Europe. McCartney is accompanied by his girlfriend Jane Asher, and Starr by his wife Maureen Starkey.
The Rolling Stones play at The Corn Exchange, Peterborough, England, UK, Europe.
Thelonious Monk plays at the Monterey Jazz Festival, in The Fairgrounds, Monterey, California. The concert is recorded and will be released as the LP Live At Monterey Jazz Festival.
Bobby Vinton reaches No1 in the Billboard Top 40 Singles Chart in the USA with Blue Velvet.
Garnett Mimms performs Cry Baby on popular tv show American Bandstand, recorded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Bo Diddley with Jerome Green and The Duchess plays the second of two nights at the Star Club, Hamburg, Germany, Europe.
Folk music tv show Hootenanny in the USA is extended from a half-hour to one hour weekly.