|1964, Louis Armstrong started a six week run at No.1 on the US album chart with 'Hello Dolly!'|
|1964, The Beatles performed another two shows at Centennial Hall, Adelaide, South Australia. |
For the four shows that The Beatles performed in Adelaide there were 12,000 tickets, for which
50,000 requests had been placed. The two shows on this day were drummer's Jimmy Nicol's last
as a "temporary Beatle". Ringo Starr (who had been ill), re-joined The Beatles in Melbourne the next day.
1967, The Bee Gees appeared live on the UK TV show 'As You Like It'. The group were promoting
their debut single 'New York Mining Disaster 1941.'