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The comedy musical film Road To Bali, starring Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour, is released to cinemas in Portugal, Europe.
Kōnosuke Sakazaki, percussionist of popular Japanese musical group The Alfee, is born.
When The Benny Goodman Quartet plays at Koesi Ninkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan, the performance is recorded and will be released by Capitol Records on the album Recorded Live at Kosei Nenkin Hall in Tokyo [aka Made In Japan].
The Beatles release a new single, I Don't Want To Spoil The Party, in Japan, Asia, on Odeon Records.
The Beatles album Magical Mystery Tour is released in Japan on Odeon Records.
John Lennon of The Beatles, and Yoko Ono, appear on David Frost's UK tv chat show to discuss their exhibition, You Are Here.
Petula Clark begins a week of dates at The Place Des Arts, Montreal, Canada. During the week she goes to visit John Lennon and Yoko Ono during their Montreal Bed-In.
The Jackson 5, including Michael Jackson, play at the Tokyo Imperial Theatre, Tokyo, Japan.
Santana plays the second of two nights at The Bunka Centre, Takamatsu, Japan, Asia.
Swindon-based band XTC play at Kudan Kaikan,Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
The Police open a tour of Japan, Asia, by playing a gig in Nagoya.
Yellow Magic Orchestra release a new album, Naughty Boys, in Japan, Asia.
Duran Duran's Sing Blue Silver tour plays at The International Centre, Fukuoka, Japan, Asia.
Duran Duran's Sing Blue Silver tour plays the first of two nights at The Budokan, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
The John Lennon/Yoko Ono album Milk And Honey is released.
Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones begins a solo tour of Japan, Asia, with the first of four nights at the Osaka Castle Hall.
Danish rock band D-A-D, release their first live LP Osaka After Dark on Warner Bros Records in Japan, Asia.
The Rolling Stones, minus Bill Wyman, spend the fourth of eight days rehearsing for their Steel Wheels tour at The Mza nightclub in Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
Paul McCartney plays at Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
Praying Mantis play at Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
Barry Manilow plays at Kobe International Hall, Kobe, Japan, Asia.
B'z play at The Civic Hall, Okayama, Japan, Asia.
On her Rhythm Nation 1814 Tour, Janet Jackson plays at Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, Japan, Asia.
Bow Wow (aka Vow Wow) disband after tonight's gig at The Budokan, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
On the Pump tour, Aerosmith play the second of three nights at Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
On his Dangerous World Tour, Michael Jackson plays the sixth of eight non-consecutive nights at the Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
Thunder begin a whistle stop tour of Japan, Asia.
Amerie releases her second studio LP, Touch, on Sony Records in Japan, Asia.
Oasis reach No.1 in the Japan's Oricon album charts for the first time with Don't Believe the Truth. It is the first original album by a British band to reach No.1 since the Bay City Rollers in 1977.
When Rammstein play at Club Citta, Tokyo, Japan, Asia, the show is filmed and parts of the performance will be seen in the live DVD Volkerball.
Zwei release a new single, Dragon, on VAP Inc. in Japan, Asia.
Arctic Monkeys play at Unit, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
On their This Is Us tour The Backstreet Boys play the second of two nights at the Nippon Gaishi Hall, Nagoya, Japan, Asia.
Sheryl Crow and Jackson Browne play at Kaikan Kokusai Hall, Kobe, Japan, Asia.
Rapper Nas releases his new album, Life Is Good in the USA, Canada and Japan.
Eric Clapton plays at Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
Bob Dylan plays at Zepp Sapporo, Sapporo, Japan, Asia.
Church of Misery play at Shibuya Cyclone, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
Jake Bugg plays at Yokohama Bay Hall, Yokohama, Japan, Asia.
Keith Jarrett plays at Bunkamuro, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
May'n plays at Slim's, San Francisco, California, USA.
BUCK-TICK play at NHK Hall, Tokyo, Japan, Asia.
X Japan play at Madison Square Garden, New York City, USA.
Billboard magazine announces that The Rolling Stones, with three shows at the Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan, Asia, on February 26, March 4 and 6 for a total of 147,493 people taking in a gross of $27,946,751, achieved the biggest-earning single concert run of 2014. The Stones total for the year was $134m, making theirs the No1 tour.
Elvis Costello plays in Kinro Kaikan, Nagoya, Japan, Asia.
Guthrie Govan plays at Club Citta, Kawasaki, Japan, Asia.
Yoko Ono attends the opening of Yoko Ono: Land of Hope exhibition at the Museo Memoria y Tolerancia in Mexico City, Mexico, North America.
It is reported that a video showing Donald Trump making obscene comments about women has emerged on the internet. The video causes public outrage and causes several of his former high-profile supporters to abandon him. It also inspires San Francisco-based songwriter Sylvie Simmons to write her song Song to Trump aka Tangerine Hitler in G.
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Liima play at Club Metro, Kyoto, Japan, Asia.