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'The always popular singinging soubrette' Mabel Hudson is among the entertainers at The Olympia Theatre, San Francisco, California, USA, along with 'The eminent barytone' Lester Reeves.
Lillian Burkhart And Company, Miyo San, Harris And Walters and Beaux And Belles are appearing at The Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco, California, USA.
A "High Class Vaudeville" show at The Bijou Theatre, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, features the combined talents of Girard And Gardner, The Rozinos, LaFavre's Dogs, Cats And Monkeys, The Harmony Four, Vermette And Dionne, gweorge H. Wood, Dollie Rathburn Chesley and others.
The musical comedy The Billionaire, with music by Gustav Kerker and lyrics by Harry B. Smith, closes at Daly's Theatre, New York City, USA.
Lew Dockstader's Minstrels are playing at The Victoria Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA.
The Ziegfeld Follies of 1915, aka The Blue Follies, is playing at The New Amsterdam Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 104 performances.
The Beatles play at Hambleton Hall, Liverpool, England, UK, Europe.
Joann Val and Jimmy Blade And His Orchestra are playing at The Camellia House, in The Drake Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
The Dave Clark Five spend the second of two days of filming at The Royal, Tottenham, London, UK, for a Pathe Pictorial feature.

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Jackie De Shannon records Should I Cry, for Liberty Records in the USA.
The Beatles play the last of three nights at The Royal Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia.
The Beatles single A Hard Day's Night is released in Argentina, South America, on Odeon Pops Records.
Elvis Presley's staff – known as the Memphis Mafia – give him a Christmas gift of a specially inscribed bible. The front cover features a "tree of life" illustration with the names of each staff member attached to the branches. Elvis refuses to accept it until the name of his hairdresser (and spiritual advisor) Larry Geller is added.
The Rolling Stones play the second of two nights at City Hall, Brisbane, Australia.
The Swinging Blue Jeans record Crazy 'Bout My Baby, Don't Make Me Over, What Can I Do Today and Good Lovin' at EMI's Abbey Road Studios, London, England, UK.
The Byrds appear on UK radio show Saturday Club, recorded in London, England, UK.
The Rolling Stones, Unit 4+2 and The Spencer Davis Group play at The Gaumont, Cheltenham, England, UK.
Simon and Garfunkel record the songs For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her and 7 O'Clock News/Silent Night in New York City, USA, for Columbia Records. On the same day, Barry Gibb of aspiring Australian pop group The Bee Gees marries Maureen Bates in Holy Trinity Church, Kingsford, Australia.
Pacific Ocean play at Gazzari's, 9039 Sunset Strip, Los Angeles, California, USA.
The Rolling Stones spend the eighth of seventeen days of recording at Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, UK, Europe.
The album The Young Rascals by The Rascals is awarded a Gold Disc in the USA by the R.I.A.A.
The documentary Monterey Pop, directed by D. A. Pennebaker, is released to cinemas in the USA. The film is an account of the Monterey Pop Festival, and features live footage of The Mamas And The Papas, Canned Heat, Simon And Garfunkel, Hugh Masekela, Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother and the Holding Company, The Animals, The Who, Country Joe and the Fish, Otis Redding, The Jimi Hendrix Experience and Ravi Shankar.
John Lennon of The Beatles gives an interview to BBC-tv in the UK, explaining why he returned his MBE two months earlier, in protest against British involvement in overseas wars.
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Barbra Streisand is mobbed by fans when she attends the opening of her latest musical film, Hello Dolly, in New York City, USA.
Boy George's brother Kevin O'Dowd, and three others appear at Marylebone Magistrates Court, London, England, UK, Europe, on heroin-dealing charges. All four are remanded in custody until 16 July. Singer Marilyn appears in the same court, charged with heroin possession, and is remanded on bail.
Thin Lizzy play the first of two nights at The Empire, Liverpool, England, UK, Europe.
The musical comedy film Roadie, featuring Meat Loaf, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick, Styx, Blondie and Pat Benatar, opens at cinemas in Portugal, Europe.
The Smiths UK tour plays at North Staffordshire Polytechnic, Stoke, England, UK, Europe.
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The Police play at the Showgrounds, Sydney, Australia, Oceania.
Paul McCartney plays at Texas Stadium, Irving, Texas, USA.
Procol Harum play in Augsburg, Germany, Europe.
The soundtrack album to the movie The Bodyguard is released in the USA. It features six songs by Whitney Houston, plus several by other artists including Kenny G, Lisa Stransfield and Joe Cocker. Most significantly, it includes Houston's cover of the Dolly Parton song I Will Always Love You - an international No1 hit. It will become the first album to sell more than a million copies in a single week, and will go on to score over 42m copies worldwide.
Welsh-born entertainer Tessie O'Shea dies of congestive heart failure, aged 82, at her home in East Lake Weir, Marion County, Florida, USA.
Biffy Clyro play at The UEA, Norwich, UK, supported by Ghostride and Hell Is For Heroes.
Brian Wilson plays at The Dome, Brighton, UK, supported by The Magic Numbers.
The three-day long T in the Park festival begins at Balado, Kinross, Scotland. Major acts appearing on the first day are The Verve, The Stereophonics, K.T.Tunstall and Newton Faulkner.
Lady Gaga wins Best International Female, International Album for The Fame and International Breakthrough Act at The BRIT Awards 2010 in Earl's Court, London, UK. Lily Allen wins as British Female Solo Artist. The Spice Girls secure the prize for Best Brits Performance of 30 Years and Robbie Williams scoops the Outstanding Contribution to Music. Williams also closes the evening with a live greatest hits set.
Christina Aguilera reaches No1 in the European Top 100 Albums Chart with Bionic.
Fuck You! [aka Forget You!] by Cee Lo Green goes to No1 in the singles chart in the UK.
iTunes announces that its biggest-selling song of 2010 in the USA has been Hey Soul Sister by Train.
Jessie J does a personal appearance to promote her book Nice To Meet You at W. H. Smith, Bluewater Shopping Centre, Greenhithe, Kent, England, UK.
London Grammar play at Metro, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
BESTie release a new single, I Need You, in South Korea, Asia.
On his Purpose World Tour, Justin Bieber plays the first of two nights at The American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida, USA.
Undercover journalist Mazher Mahmood, known as the "Fake Sheikh", is jailed by Judge Gerald Gordon at The Old Bailey, London, England, UK, for 15 months for tampering with evidence in a drugs case involving singer Tulisa Contostavlos.
Max And Harvey play at Vidcon - RAI Amsterdam Convention Center, Amesterdam, Netherlands, Europe.
Ed Sheeran plays the first of two nights at The O2 Arena, London, England, UK, Europe.
Having cancelled the previous night's show, Ringo Starr And His All Starr Band play a re-scheduled gig at The StadPark, Hamburg, Germany, Europe.
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On his 'final' tour, entitled Farewell Yellow Brick Road, Elton John plays at Legacy Arena, Birmingham, Alabama, USA.
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