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Singer Patricia Morison and pianist Earl Wild are the guest stars on the tv series Paul Whiteman's Goodyear Revue in the USA, hosted by big band leader Paul Whiteman.
The first edition of The Music Show, featuring the vocal talents of Mike Douglas, Henri Noel, Eleanor Warner and Jackie Van, plus a 34-piece orchestra conducted by Robert Trendler, is broadcast live from Chicago, Illinois, USA, on the DuMont Television Network.
The Rock And Roll Trio, featuring Johnny Burnette and Dorsey Burnette, appears on the Amateur Hour Finals, broadcast live on US tv from Madison Square Garden, New York City, USA. They do not win.
Jackie Wilson appears on tv show Dick Clark's American Bandstand in the USA, performing his new single, Reet Petite.
Eddie Cochran makes his first UK tv appearance on Boy Meets Girls, recorded in Manchester, UK.
Dave Brubeck appears live on the NET-tv show Jazz Casual, hosted by Ralph Gleason in San Francisco, California, USA.
The Karl Denver Trio makes a live appearance on UK tv show Thank Your Lucky Stars.
Shirley Jones, a popular vocalist in movie musicals, appears as the mystery guest on tv show What's My Line? in the USA.
Tommy Boyce appears on daily tv pop show American Bandstand in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, performing I'll Remember Carol.
Paul Peterson appears on daily tv pop show American Bandstand in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, performing My Dad.
Johnny Thunder performs Loop De Loop on tv show American Bandstand, at WFIL-tv studios, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Eden Kane performs live on kids tv show Crackerjack, recorded in London, England, UK, Europe.
Popular singing duo Pearl Carr And Teddy Johnson appear on UK tv series The Arthur Haynes Show.
Kenny Lynch and The Echoes, Elkie Brooks, Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames, Davie Jones And The King Bees (including David Bowie) and Wayne Gibson And The Dynamic Sounds appear on BBC2 tv show The Beat Room in the UK.
Helen Shapiro and Chad And Jeremy (Chad Stuart And Jeremy Clyde) appear on UK tv show The Five O'Clock Club.
The Yardbirds, The Searchers, Eden Kane, Lesley Gore and Jackie Trent appear on BBC-2 tv show Open House in the UK.
Pirate radio station Radio London begins test transmissions from the M.V. Galaxy, anchored in the Thames Estuary, England, UK, Europe. It will quickly become Britain's most popular pirate station, with deejays including John Peel, Tony Blackburn, Kenny Everett, Dave Cash, Pete Drummond, Ed Stewart and Tommy Vance. The station is financed by Texan entrepreneur Don Pierson.
Wembley Empire Pool, London, England, UK, hosts the 1965 NME (New Musical Express) Poll Winners Concert, featuring The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Moody Blues, The Kinks, The Searchers, Dusty Springfield, Herman's Hermits, Georgie Fame, The Animals, Them, Wayne Fontana, Donovan, Freddie and The Dreamers, Cilla Black and Tom Jones.
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Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames play at The Orchid Ballroom, Purley, UK. After the gig, Fame flies to the USA for promotional appearances on tv shows including Shindig! And Hullaballoo.
A special edition of UK pop tv show Ready Steady Go!, suitably re-named Ready Steady Allez!, is broadcast from La Locomotive Club, Paris, France, starring The Who and The Yardbirds.
The Dizzy Gillespie Quintet appears on UK tv series Jazz 625, presented by Humphrey Lyttelton.
The Jefferson Airplane, The Doors, the Blues Magoos, The Children of Paradise, Stevie Wonder and Buffy Sainte-Marie appear in the WABC-7 tv special Bruce Morrow's Music Power. The live segments were pre-filmed at The Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, California, and The Electric Circus in New York City, USA.
The front cover of today's edition of UK music weekly NME is dominated by an advert for the new single Everything I Am by Plastic Penny. The paper also features interviews with The Bee Gees, The Walker Brothers and Peter Tork of The Monkees.
The Monkees continue working on the song Zor And Zam, at RCA Victor Studios, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.
The Strawberry Alarm Clock perform Tomorrow on the second edition of The Rowan And Martin Laugh-In tv series on NBC-tv in the USA.
The Lemon Tree, The Nite People and Andy Ellison play on the ITV show Time For Blackburn in the UK, Europe. The show is hosted by Tony Blackburn.
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, The Sons Of The Pioneers and Kate Smith appear on NBC tv's The Kraft Music Hall in the USA.
Weekly UK pop chart tv show Top Of The Pops features live appearances by Dusty Springfield, The Dave Clark Five, Blue Mink, Thelma Houston and Rolf Harris.
John Lennon of The Beatles and Yoko Ono participate in a tv religious show, The Question Why, at the BBC's Lime Grove studios, London, UK.
This week's guests on tv's Hee Haw, an American country music show featuring humourous sketches, are Tammy Wynette and Merle Haggard. Hosts are Buck Owens and Roy Clark.
Rope Ladder To The Moon, a tv documentary about bassist, songwriter and singer Jack Bruce, is broadcast by BBCtv in the UK as part of its Omnibus strand.
Post-punk band The Television Personalities record their album Paisley Shirts And Mini Skirts live at The Clarendon, Hammersmith, London, England, UK, Europe.
The Royal Variety Performance, held at the London Palladium, London, England, UK, Europe, is transmitted on tv in the UK, featuring Janet Jackson, Tina Turner, Chris De Burgh, David Essex and more.
The second MTV Unplugged show to be transmitted features live acoustic performances by The Smithereens and Graham Parker.
Lou Gramm is the musical guest on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in Burbank, Los Angeles, California, USA.
When Inspiral Carpets headline the second day of The Reading Festival, Reading, England, UK, Europe, the band's roadie, Noel Gallagher, makes his first onstage appearance at Reading as half of a pantomime cow during their set. Also on the bill are The Wedding Present, The Buzzcocks, Billy Bragg, Ride, The Young Gods, The Chills and Psychic TV. Young Mr. Gallagher will find greater fame as a founder of Oasis. Deejay for the event is John Peel.
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Jazz saxophonist Grover Washington Jr collapses from a heart attack in a New York City tv studio shortly after taping four songs for a performance on CBS-tv's Early Show. He is taken to St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital, where he is pronounced dead.
When Ashlee Simpson plays at the Orange Bowl, Miami, Florida, USA, her song La La is almost drowned out by booing football fans – because she had been caught out for lip-synching during a recent Saturday Night Live tv appearance.
The 2006 Induction Ceremony for the UK Music Hall Of Fame, which took place at Alexandra Palace, London, UK, two days earlier is transmitted on tv in the USA by VH1. Inductees are James Brown (inducted by Jazzie B) performs 'I Got You (I Feel Good)' Led Zeppelin [inducted by Roger Taylor of Queen], Wolfmother perform Communication Breakdown as a tribute; Rod Stewart (inducted by James Morrison) performs The First Cut Is the Deepest and Do Ya Think I'm Sexy; Brian Wilson (inducted by David Gilmour of Pink Floyd) performs God Only Knows and Good Vibrations; Bon Jovi (inducted by David A. Stewart and Kara Dioguardi) performs Livin' on a Prayer, Wanted Dead Or Alive and It's My Life; Prince (inducted by Beyonce Knowles) and Dusty Springfield (inducted by Joss Stone who performs Son of a Preacher Man). The occasion proves to be the last televised performance by James Brown.
Everybody Hurts by Helping Haiti, an all-star supergroup including Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus, Leona Lewis and Kylie Minogue, goes to no1 in the UK singles chart. The record, a cover of an R.E.M. original, is raising funds for the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) and British newspaper The Sun's Helping Haiti campaign, and was organised by tv music mogul Simon Cowell.
The Bob Dylan song Everything Is Broken is featured over the end credits of the tv show True Blood, in an episode which is also titled Everything Is Broken.
Duffy appears on the television program El Hormiguero in Madrid, Spain, Europe.
Folk and rock guitar virtuoso Richard Thompson is the musical guest on BBC tv show Breakfast, live from Media City, Salford Quays, Manchester, UK.
It is reported that popular tv entertainer and pop hitmaker Rolf Harris is facing three further prosecutions for sexual assault including one against a girl "aged seven or eight".
As part of the celebrations of The Guitar Centre's 50th Anniversary, Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators plays at The Roxy, Los Angeles, California, USA. The show is filmed and will be broadcast on tv during November.
As part of the advance promotion for their upcoming Global Spirit Tour, Depeche Mode appear live in RTL2 tv Studios, Paris, France, Europe. The show is titled A Very Very Private Concert.
An ad campaign for Skechers Hi-Lites sneakers, featuring Camila Cabello, is launched on tv in the USA.
On his No More Tours II tour, Ozzy Osbourne plays at The USANA Amphitheatre, West Valley City, Utah, USA, supported by Stone Sour.
On his No More Tours II tour, Ozzy Osbourne plays at Hersheypark Stadium, Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA, supported by Megadeth.
On his No More Tours II tour, Ozzy Osbourne plays at The Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, California, USA, supported by Megadeth.
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