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The Savoy Orpheans record Ninette Ninon and Kid Boots - Selection Parts 1 and 2, for HMV Records in Hayes, Middlesex, UK.
Jack Hylton And His Orchestra record Songs Of The Fair Parts 1 + 2, and Blue Bonnet, You Make Me Feel Blue, for HMV Records in Hayes, Middlesex, UK.
Geraint Meurig Vaughan Watkins is born in Abertridwr, near Caerphilly, Wales. He will find success mostly as Geraint Watkins, a rock music pianist and accordionist backing artistes including Nick Lowe, Dave Edmunds, Van Morrison, Mark Knopfler, Paul McCartney and Shakin' Stevens.
Derek Roy Bromham is born in Acton, London, UK. He will find success as Del Bromham, a founder member and guitarist of the band Stray.
Stanley Black And His Orchestra make their first appearance at The Aquarium Palace, Brighton, UK.
Blue Star [The Medic Theme] reaches No1 in the Sheet Music Sales Chart in the UK. The position is achieved by amalgamating sales of versions of the song by The Cyril Stapleton Orchestra and The Ron Goodwin Orchestra.
Bruce Treasure is born in Bristol, England, UK, Europe. He will find success as guitarist with the pioneering Wiltshire-based but internationally acclaimed anarcho-punk band The Subhumans.
The Beatles continue their 92 day residency at The Top Ten Club, Hamburg, Germany, Europe.
Impresario Larry Parnes' package tour, Star Spangled Nights, plays at The ABC, Hull, England, UK, Europe. Featured artists include Billy Fury, Eden Kane, Joe Brown, Tommy Bruce, The Allisons, The Viscounts, The Karl Denver Trio, Peter Jay And The Jaywalkers, Terry Hale and newcomer Georgie Fame.
Dennis Lotis, Johnny Douglas And His Orchestra with Ronnie Price at the piano, The swinging guitars of Judd Proctor And The Plainsmen and The Ivor Raymonde Singers are heard on the BBC Light Programme radio show Swingsong, broadcast live from London, England, UK, Europe.
A busy day for The Beatles who play twice at The Cavern Club, Liverpool, UK, and once at the Tower Ballroom, New Brighton, Wallasey.
The Rolling Stones' fourth UK tour continues at The Gaumont, Ipswich, supported by Peter And Gordon, The Overlanders, The Barron Knights, David John And The Mood, Julie Grant and Tony Marsh.
The Zombies play at The Town Hall, Farnborough, UK.
The Pretty Things play at The Locarno, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK.
Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames play at The Town Hall, Kidderminster, UK.
The Wes Montgomery Quartet plays at Ronnie Scott's Club, London, England, UK.
The Beatles release a new EP, Rock And Roll Music, in Japan, Asia, on Odeon Records.
Tom Jones And The Squires play on the opening night of The 32 Club, Harlesden, London, England, UK.
The Yardbirds play at Kerrisdale Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Jr Walker And The All Stars play at the California Ballroom, Dunstable, and also at The Metro, Brighton, UK.
An edition of the It Must Be Dusty TV show, is recorded at Studio D, Elstree Studios, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, England, UK, Europe, during which Jimi Hendrix and Dusty Springfield duet on Mockingbird.
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The Foundations play the fifth of six nights in Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
John Lee Hooker plays at The Black Prince, Bexley, UK.
Fairport Convention play at The Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, England, UK, Europe.
The two-day Pilton Pop, Folk And Blues Festival begins at Worthy Farm, Pilton, in The Vale Of Avalon, Somerset, UK. The 1,500 fans who attend pay £1 each to see T.Rex, Amazing Blondel, Quintessence, Stackridge, Sam Apple Pie, Keith Christmas, Ian Anderson and Al Stewart over the course of the two day event, which includes free milk from the farm owned by festival organiser Michael Eavis. The event is, in effect, the first Glastonbury Festival.
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Derek And The Dominos, featuring Eric Clapton, play at The University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, USA.
Olivia Newton-John reaches No1 in the Billboard country albums chart in the USA with If You Love Me, Let Me Know. The album will rack up eight weeks at No1.
Elton John is interviewed on UK tv news in his capacity as chairman of Watford Football Club.
Guitarist Tony Parsons plays his last gig with Iron Maiden at The Lion, Warrington, UK. He will be replaced by Dennis Stratton.
The Police play at The Coliseum, Greensboro, North Carolina, USA.
The Shadows record the album Live At Abbey Road, at EMI's Abbey Road Studios in London, England, Europe.
The Style Council play at The Odeon, Birmingham, England, UK, Europe, supported by Billy Bragg.
A riot takes place in the town of Fitzwilliam, West Yorkshire, UK, during the Miners' Strike. Nine of those taking part will be convicted. The song Fitzwilliam by Chumbawamba is inspired by the riot.
On their We Can't Be Serious tour, Aunt May play at The Greyhound, Fulham, London, England, UK, Europe.
Robert Palmer and UB40 enter the UK Singles Chart with their version of Bob Dylan's I'll Be Your Baby Tonight, which will peak at No6 during a ten-week run on the chart.
When Jethro Tull play at Muelle Uno, Lima, Peru, South America, frontman Ian Anderson seriously injures his knee while on stage. The injury will, two months later, bring him close to death as a result of a blood clot.
Def Leppard play at The Regent, Ipswich, England, UK.
Swindon-born Justin Hayward, of The Moody Blues plays a special solo concert at The Apartment, Swindon, Wiltshire, England, UK, in aid of Children In Need.
Paul Carrack plays at The Opera House, Buxton, UK, Europe.
Ian Hunter plays at The Barbican, London, UK.
Professor Green plays at Ironwork, Inverness, Scotland, UK, Europe.
While touring in support of her tenth studio album, Let England Shake, PJ Harvey plays the first of two nights at The Paradiso, Amsterdam, Holland, Europe.
Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler play at The Verizon Centre, Washington DC, USA.
Van Dyke Parks releases a new LP, Songs Cycled, on Bella Union Records in the UK.
On their Gravitas tour, Asia play at Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
Don DiLego plays at The City Winery, New York City, USA.
On her Live 2016 Tour, Adele plays the first of four nights at The Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Hollywood Undead play at KOKO, London, England, UK, Europe.