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Jack Parnell And His Music Makers play at The Prince Of Wales Theatre, London, UK in show entitled Fancy Free which stars comedian Tommy Trinder and actress Pat Kirkwood. Parnell's band, at this gig, includes Ronnie Scott on saxophone.
The Beatles play at The Prince Of Wales Theatre, London, UK, supported by Cliff Bennett And The Rebel Rousers, Kenny Lynch, The Lorne Gibson Trio, The Vernons Girls, The Chants and The Harlems.
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Tom Jones plays at Fairfield Halls, Croydon, UK.
The Zombies play at The Glen, Llanelly, Wales, UK.
Manfred Mann play at Swansea University Rag Ball, Llanelly, Wales, UK.
Tom Jones and The Zombies appear on the UK radio show Easy Beat .
Tom Jones makes his first major tv appearance on UK tv series The Billy Cotton Band Show.
Tom Jones plays at The Futurist Club, Scarborough, UK.
Lulu And The Luvvers, The Smokestacks and The Iveys play at Ritz Entertainments Club (a.k.a. The Ritz), Skewen, South Wales, UK. The Iveys will find greater success after a name-change to Badfinger.
The Hollies play at The Palais, Peterborough, England, UK.
The Iveys, later to find success as Badfinger, play at The Green Gates, Bethnal Green, London, England, UK.
John Cale (viola) and Tony Conrad (violin) record A Midnight Rain Of Green Wrens At The World's Tallest Building, in New York City, USA. Cale is a member of The Velvet Underground.
Tom Jones pre-records an appearance for tv show The Kraft Music Hall, in New York City, USA.
Blood, Sweat And Tears and Bobby Darin are the guests on Tom Jones' TV show in the USA.
Les Harvey, guitarist for blues-rock band Stone The Crows, dies onstage at The Top Rank, Swansea, Wales, UK, Europe, after being electrocuted by touching a microphone that was not earth-grounded. It is a rainy day, and there are puddles on the stage.
Micky Jones, guitarist, singer and one of the founders of Welsh prog rock band, Man, is featured on the cover of UK music weekly Melody Maker.
Duran Duran play at The Top Rank, Cardiff, Wales, UK, Europe.
XTC play at The Top Rank, Cardiff, Wales, UK.
Concerned about the spread of domestic cassette recordings, the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) launches a campaign under the slogan Home Taping Is Killing Music, with support from Elton John, Gary Numan, Cliff Richard, 10cc and the Boomtown Rats.
Howard Jones is interviewed at The Red Fort restaurant in Soho, London, England, UK, Europe, by journalist Johnny Black for Smash Hits. On the same day, Mr. Black interviews young pop hopeful Tracie.
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BBC Radio One's Kid Jensen show records a live session by unknown singer Howard Jones.
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Bob Dylan plays at Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, New York State, USA, supported by The Alarm.
Shakin' Stevens plays at St. David's Hall, Cardiff, Wales, UK.
Shakin' Stevens plays at The Liesure Centre, Stevenage, England, UK.
Shakin' Stevens plays at Fairfield Hall, Croydon, England, UK.
Reef play at The Sol Bar, Llanelli, Wales, UK.
Reef play at Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK.
Feeder play at The University, Exeter, England, UK.
Lostprophets play at the International Arena, Cardiff, Wales, UK.
The Stereophonics play at Nottingham Arena, Nottingham, England, UK.
The Manic Street Preachers open the new £15m Cardiff Central Library, in Cardiff, Wales.
The Stereophonics play at The O2, London, UK.
Phosphorescent release a new album, Here's To Taking It Easy, in the UK.
Christy Moore plays at The Hay Festival, Hay-on-Wye, Powys, Wales, UK.
Storm The Charts, a Facebook campaign aimed at filling the UK singles chart with new, unsigned and independent acts, begins.
The Green Man Festival, a three-day event, comes to an end in the Brecon Beacons, Wales. Artists appearing on this, the final day, include Efterklang, Joanna Newsom, Laura Marling, Mumford And Sons, Field Music, Girls and Tindersticks.
On their Ending On A High Note Tour, A-ha play at the Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff, Wales, UK, Europe.
Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, the second studio album by Nicki Minaj reaches No1 in the UK Albums Chart.
A feature in the influential Forbes magazine predicts that streaming will become the primary way that most people consume their music.
Manic Street Preachers play at Effenaar, Eindhoven, Netherlands, Europe.
Manic Street Preachers play at Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Europe.
Ed Sheeran releases his second studio album, X, worldwide. (It was released in in Australia and New Zealand three days earlier.
Robert Plant And The Sensational Space Shifters begin a UK tour with a gig at The Newport Centre, Newport, Wales.
Five piece band Joanna Gruesome win The Welsh Music Prize for their debut LP Weird Sister, in a ceremony held at The Sherman Theatre, Cardiff, Wales, UK.
Catfish And The Bottlemen play a sold-out gig at The Academy, Dublin, Ireland, Europe.
Jesse Malin plays at Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff, Wales, UK.
The Mark Pontin Group releases their second LP Textures on Moochee Records in the UK.
On their Get Weird tour, Little Mix play at The Brighton Centre, Brighton, East Sussex, UK.
Shakin' Stevens releases a new LP, Echoes Of Our Times, on HEC Records in the UK.