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Harry Parry And His Radio Rhythm Club Sextet play at The Streatham Hill Theatre, Streatham Hill, London, UK.
A UK Silver Disc is awarded to the single Reach For The Stars / Climb Ev'ry Mountain by Shirley Bassey.
Shirley Bassey releases a new single, No Regrets, in the USA on United Artists Records.
The Iveys play at Ritz Entertainments Club (a.k.a. The Ritz), Skewen, South Wales, UK, with The Blackjacks. The Iveys will find greater fame as Badfinger.
Dusty Springfield, Los Bravos and The Alan Price Set play at The Capitol, Cardiff, Wales.
Amen Corner begin a Scottish tour with a date at The Locarno, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, Europe, supported by Love Affair.
Tom Jones plays at the Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Tom Jones stars in his own hour-long BBC Radio 1 and 2 radio show, with guest spots by The Moody Blues and Bobbie Gentry.
Apple Records release their first four singles in the USA, including Hey Jude by The Beatles and Those Were The Days by Mary Hopkin.
The Iveys play at The Cambridge Hotel, Camberley, Surrey, England, UK, Europe. The group will find greater success after changing their name to Badfinger.
Mary Hopkin comes second in the San Remo Song Festival, San Remo, Italy, Europe, with the song Far From Sight.
Badfinger play at the Up The Junction Club, Crewe, England, UK, Europe.
The Skatalites, The Mods, Squire, Gangster, Seventeen and The Step play in The First National Eight-hour Mod Festival, Pickets Lock, London, England, UK. (Seventeen will find greater success after changing their name to The Alarm.
Seventeen play live at The Kensington, London, England, UK, Europe. The group will find greater success after evolving into The Alarm.
Howard Jones releases his debut album Human's Lib, in the UK.
David Gilmour of Pink Floyd takes part in a Guitar Greats night at the Capitol Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey, USA. The show also includes Johnny Winter, Link Wray, Dave Edmunds, Dickey Betts, Neal Schon and Lita Ford.
Fairport Convention play at The Liesure Centre, Caerphilly, Wales, UK, Europe.
The Blow Monkeys play at The University, Bangor, Wales, England, UK, Europe.
Howard Jones releases Things Can Only Get Better as the first single from his second LP, Dream Into Action, on WEA/Elektra Records.
Shakin' Stevens plays the first of two nights at The Hippodrome, Bristol, England, UK, Europe, supported by Jimmy Jimmy.
Shakin' Stevens plays at the International Centre, Bournemouth, England, UK, Europe, supported by Jimmy Jimmy.
The Alarm play at The Apollo, Manchester, England, UK, supported by The Faith Brothers.
The Alarm play at Queensway, Dunstable, England, UK, Europe, supported by The Faith Brothers.
Larry Miller plays at The Marquee, Soho, London, England, UK, Europe, supported by Mad Dog.
Mad Dog play at The Rock Club, Bridgend, Wales, UK, Europe.
Everything But The Girl play at The Studio, Bristol, England, UK, Europe.
On The Red Tour, The Grip play at Bogies, Cardiff, Wales, UK.
Touring in support of their fourteenth album, The Chronicle Of The Black Sword, Hawkwind play at St. David's Hall, Cardiff, Wales, UK, Europe.
While in Cuba to play a live gig, The Manic Street Preachers are invited by President Fidel Castro to be guests of honour at the opening of a new state university, la Escuela de Instructores de Arte Manuel Domenech, at Santa Clara.
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Lostprophets play at Carling Apollo, Manchester, UK.
Lostprophets play at the International Arena, Cardiff, Wales, UK.
Nicky Wire of the Manic Street Preachers is given a lifelong honorary fellowship at Swansea University, Swansea, Wales.
Gene Loves Jezebel play at Fibbers, York, England, UK.
Funeral For A Friend play at Carling Academy, Birmingham, England, UK.
The Stereophonics begin a UK tour at The Point, Dublin, Eire, Europe.
Super Furry Animals play at The Academy, Birmingham, England, UK.
John Cale plays in Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany, Europe.
Having been missing for seven years, former Manic Street Preachers member Richey James Edwards is declared legally dead.
John Mayer plays at Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff, Wales, UK, supported by Ellie Goulding.
Velvet Underground co-founder John Cale is awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List in the UK.
Storm The Charts, a Facebook campaign aimed at filling the UK singles chart with new, unsigned and independent acts, begins.
Multi-award-winning jazz vocalist Clare Teal plays at The Prince Of Wales Hotel, Southport, England, UK, Europe.
Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler play at Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Wales, UK, Europe.
Brian May and Tom Jones are among the guests attending the second annual Freddie For A Day event in memory of Queen's late frontman Freddie Mercury, at The Savoy Hotel, London, England, UK, Europe.
Gary Pickford-Hopkins, best-known as the vocalist of Wild Turkey, dies aged 65 of cancer of the jaw, in Garnant, Wales.
On their On The Road Again tour, One Direction play the first of two nights at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, UK, supported by McBusted.
Owl And Mouse play in Four Bars At Dempsey's, Cardiff, Wales, UK.
The Mark Pontin Group releases their second LP Textures on Moochee Records in the UK.
Little Mix begin their Get Weird tour, with a show at Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Wales, UK.
MewithoutYou play at Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Wales, UK, Europe.
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