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The musical Fiddler On The Roof, starring Zero Mostel, is performed at The Majestic Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA. It will run continuously (but at three different theatres) until 1972 notching up 3,242 performances.
The rock musical Your Own Thing is presented at The Orpheum Theatre, New York City, USA, during a run of 937 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.
Fairport Convention record a live session for BBC Radio One show Top Gear in Maida Vale studio 4, London, UK.
Neil Diamond opens a week of shows at The Troubadour, Los Angeles, California, USA.
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Following what seem to be threatening phone calls from disciples of crazed hippy killer Charles Manson, Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys arranges for his home telephone line in California, USA, to be disconnected.
Vanilla Fudge arrive in London, UK, at the start of a short promotional tour.
Jethro Tull come to the end of five days of rehearsing in The Lyceum Ballroom, London, for their upcoming UK tour.
Isaac Hayes releases his second studio album, Hot Buttered Soul, on Stax Records in the USA.
Barb Ulviden of Northern Illinois publication, The Northern Star, writes a feature which reports Californian college gossip that Paul McCartney of The Beatles died in a car crash in 1966 and was replaced by a lookalike. This is the second published account of what will become known as the 'Paul Is Dead' myth.