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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 musical Zizi is presented at The Broadway Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 49 performances.
The stage musical On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, with lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Burton Lane, is playing at the Mark Hellinger Theatre, New York City, USA, during a run of 280 performances.
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, featuring Butterfield on vocals and harmonica, Michael Bloomfield and Elvin Bishop on guitars, Mark Naftalin on organ, Jerome Arnold and bass and Sam Lay on drums, is playing during a month of live shows at The Unicorn, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Ketty Lester plays during two weeks at Annie's Room, London, England, UK, Europe.
The stage musical Man Of La Mancha is playing at the ANTA Washington Square Theatre, New York City, USA, during a run of almost two and a half years.
The Rolling Stones The Byrds, We Five, Bo Diddley, The Vibrations, Paul Revere And The Raiders and others play for a crowd of 9,131 fans in the KQV Thanksgiving Shower Of Stars at The Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Tickets cost $3, $4 and $5.
TV nusic show Where The Action Is in the USA features The Spokesmen performing Dawn Of Correction – a right wing response to Barry McGuire's Eve Of Destruction; James Brown appears on the same edition.
The Kingsmen play at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, USA, to an audien ce of 2,500.
A four day event, The Blues Bag, begins at the Cafe Au Go Go in New York City's Greenwich Village, featuring John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, Otis Spann, Richie Havens, Fred Neil and The Blues Project.
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Dizzy Gillespie Quintet featuring James Moody plays at L'Olympia, Paris, France, Europe.
The instrumental track for a song called It's Over Now is recorded by Motown Records in Detroit, Michigan, USA, and assigned to The Dalton Boys.
The Beach Boys play at Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, Rhode Island, USA, supported by Cheryl Ann, The Pilgrims, and Teddy And The Pandas.
The Big Three play at The Cavern Club, Liverpool, England, UK, Europe.
Mandolin player Adam Steffey is born in Norfolk, Virginia, USA. He will be best-known perhaps for his work with Alison Krauss' bluegrass band, Union Station, but will also work with The Lonesome River Band, The Dan Tyminski Band, The Boxcars, and The Isaacs.
The Singers' Circle with Barry Olivier play at The Jabberwock, Berkeley, California, USA.
Mitch Miller And The Gang record A Ballad From Vietnam and That's All For Now for Decca Records in New York City, USA.
Tennessee Ernie Ford is the musical guest on today's edition of the CBS-tv variety series The Danny Kaye Show in the USA.
Jimmy Hendrix [later to become Jimi Hendrix] plays in Lynn, Massachusetts, USA, as guitarist with Joey Dee And The Starliters.
The Young Rascals record a version of the song Good Lovin' for Atlantic Records in New York City, USA, but this version will remain unreleased.
The Marquee Show, featuring Manfred Mann, The Yardbirds, Inez And Charlie Foxx, Paul And Barry Ryan, Gary Farr And The T-Bones, the Mark Leeman Five and The Scaffold, plays at the ABC, Chatham, England, UK, Europe.
NBC-tv in the USA broadcasts Frank Sinatra – A Man And His Music, a tv spectacular starring Frank Sinatra.
The instrumental track for a song called It's Over Now is recorded by Motown Records in Detroit, Michigan, USA, and assigned to The Dalton Boys.
Bob Kidman And The Dorothy Orchestra play in The Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, England, UK, Europe. Meanwhile, The Dawnbreakers and The Zodiacs play in The Dorothy's 'Beat' Room.
Steam Packet play at The Beachcomber, Bolton, England, UK, Europe.(The group includes Rod Stewart, Long John Baldry, Julie Driscoll and Brian Auger.)
The Top Ten Singles on WMCA Radio in New York City, USA, on this date is as follows :

1. A TASTE OF HONEY - Herb Alpert And The Tijuana Brass (A+M)

2. I HEAR A SYMPHONY - The Supremes (Motown)

3. RESCUE ME - Fontella Bass (Checker)

4. 1-2-3 - Len Barry (Decca)

5. I GOT YOU (I Feel Good) - James Brown And The Famous Flames (King)

6. LET’S HANG ON! - The 4 Seasons (Philips)

7. A LOVER’S CONCERTO - The Toys (DynoVoice)

8. YOU’VE GOT TO HIDE YOUR LOVE AWAY - The Silkie (Fontana)

9. GET OFF OF MY CLOUD - The Rolling Stones (London)

10. HANG ON SLOOPY - The Ramsey Lewis Trio (Cadet)

Sonny James records Take Good Care Of Her and Somethin's Got A Hold On Me for Capitol Records in Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Gene Clark of The Byrds begins writing lyrics for the song Eight Miles High along with ideas for their subsequent development, after a discussion with guitarist Brian Jones, before The Byrds made a concert appearance supporting the Rolling Stones. Over the following days, Clark will expand this fragment into a full poem, before eventually setting the words to music.
The Who play in the Town Hall, Stourbridge, England, UK, Europe
The Dave Clark Five play at The Opera House, Seattle, Washington, USA.
The McCoys play at Miami Beach Auditorium, Miami Beach, Florida, USA.
Appalachian old time banjoist Frank Proffitt, an inspiration to many younger players, dies aged 52 in Vilas, North Carolina, USA. His early death has been described as tragic, but details are hard to find. He has been widely credited as the man who, in 1938, first popularised the song Tom Dooley, later to provide a huge hit for The Kingston Trio.
Quincy Jones records Baby Cakes, with Ray Charles On Organ, for Mercury Records at Ray's RPM studios in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Tom Jones stars in the pop music show, Chart Busters, on Southern-tv in the UK.
Cliff Richard and The Shadows play at The Capitol, Cardiff, Wales, UK, Europe, supported by Johnny Wiltshire And The Trebletones.
The Elvis Presley's nineteenth movie, Harum Scarum, opens in cinemas in the USA. Filmed largely on the original Cecil B. DeMille set for the film The King Of Kings, some of Harum Scarum's plot is based on Rudolph Valentino's 1921 movie The Sheik. It will reach No11 on the Variety national weekly box office chart, earning $2m at the box office, and finishing at No40 on the year-end list of the top-grossing films of 1965. The film will be listed in Golden Raspberry Award founder John Wilson's book The Official Razzie Movie Guide as one of The 100 Most Enjoyably Bad Movies Ever Made.
Chuck Berry, backed by The Blues Project, plays at The Village Theatre, Greenwich Village, New York City, USA, supported by The Undercurrents.,
The New Jump Band plays at El Partido, Lewisham, London, England, UK, Europe, with Duke Lee.