Concerts & Package Tours : 1962  (September - October)

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September 1962 ?

Date and venue unknown

Helen Shapiro
Jet Harris & The Jetblacks
Colin Day
The Hillsiders
Red Price Combo
Bob Bain (compere)

Promoter - Arthur Howes

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September 1962

02 - Blackpool (Opera House)
03 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
04 - Wolverhampton (Gaumont)
06 - Manchester (Apollo)
07 - Stockton (Globe)
08 - Newcastle (City Hall)
09 - Liverpool (Empire)
12 - Leeds (Odeon)
13 - Hull (ABC)
14 - Norwich (Theatre Royal)
15 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
16 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)
19 - Birmingham (Town Hall)
21 - East Ham (Granada)
22 - Sheffield (City Hall)
23 - Birmingham (Granada)

Chubby Checker
Brook Brothers
Kestrels
Susan Singer
Chas McDevitt & Shirley Douglas
Gary Edwards Combo
Red Price & His Orchestra
Bob Bain (compere)

Promoter : Arthur Howes

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September 1962

10 -Bristol (Hippodrome)
17 - Folkestone (Leas Cliff Hall)
22 - Bridlington (Spa)
24 - Liverpool (Empire)

October 1962

08 - Newcastle (City Hall)

Temperance Seven
Gary Miller
Freddie Earle
Gill & Terry
Lynton Brothers
Fox Miller Girls

BRISTOL

September 1962

16 - Brighton (Palladium)
17 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
18 - Mansfield (Granada)
19 - Bedford (Granada)
20 - Maidstone (Granada)
21 - Kingston (Granada)
22 - Slough (Adelphi)
23 - Walthamstow (Granada)
24 - Kettering (Granada)
25 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
26 - Bournemouth (Winter Gardens)
27 - Birmingham (Town Hall)
28 - Harrow (Granada)
29 - Tooting (Granada)
30 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)

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Dion
Del Shannon
Buzz Clifford
Joe Brown
The Allisons
Wallace & Duval
Suzy Cope
Peppi
The New York Twisters

Promoter : Tito Burns



 

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September 21st 1962 The Beatles

First mention in the NME

September 1962

30 - Guildford (Odeon)

October 1962

01 - Rochester (Rank Theatre)
02 - Bournemouth (Rank Theatre)
03 - Cheltenham  (Rank Theatre)
04 - Wolverhampton (Rank Theatre)
05 - Manchester (Odeon)
07 - Leicester (De Montfort hall)
08 - Sheffield (Odeon)
09 - Watford (Rank Theatre)
10 - Southend (Rank Theatre)
11 - Ipswich (Rank Theatre)
12 - Brixton (Rank Theatre)
14 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
20 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
21 - Liverpool (empire)
22 - Doncaster (Rank Theatre)
23 - Bradford (Gaumont)
24 - Wakefield (ABC Theatre)
25 - Llandudno (Rank Theatre)
26 - Derby (Rank Theatre)
28 - Coventry (Theatre)
29 - Dover (ABC Theatre)
30 - Hastings (ABC Theatre)
31 - Worthing (ABC Theatre)

November 1962

01 - Salisbury (Rank Theatre)
02 - Northampton (ABC Theatre)
03 - Stoke (Essoldo)
04 - Gloucester (ABC Theatre)
10 - Brighton (Essoldo)
11 - Birmingham (Hippodrome)
12 - Carlisle (ABC Theatre)
13 - Sunderland (Rank Theatre)
14 - Hull (ABC Theatre)
15 - Cleethorpes (ABC Theatre)
16 - Lincoln (ABC Theatre)
17 - Norwich (Theatre Royal)
18 - Cambridge (ABC Theatre)
19 - Southall (ABC Theatre)
20 - Croydon (ABC Theatre)
21 - Kingston (ABC Theatre)
22 - Romford (ABC Theatre)
23 - Plymouth (ABC Theatre)
27 - St. Albans (Rank Theatre)
28 - Colchester (Rank Theatre)
29 - Southampton (ABC Theatre)
30 - Taunton (Rank Theatre)

December 1962

05 - Worcester (Rank Theatre)
06 - Halifax (Rank Theatre)
07 - Stockton (ABC)

Billy Fury
Marty Wilde
Karl Denver Trio
Joe Brown & The Bruvvers
Mike Sarne
Mark Wynter
Jimmy Justice
Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers
Al Paige (compere)

"The Mammoth Star Show of 1962"

Promoter : Larry Parnes
 

 
 






 

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October 1962

01 - Huddersfield (ABC)
02 - Cleethorpes (ABC)
03 - Sheffield (City Hall)
04 - Manchester (Apollo)
05 - Carlisle (Lonsdale)
06 - Newcastle (City Hall)
07 - Liverpool (Empire)


 

Freddy Cannon
Del Shannon
Buzz Clifford
Jet Harris (not Sheffield or Newcastle)
Joe Brown (Sheffield)
Suzy Cope
The Allisons
Peppi & The New York Twisters
Wallace & Duval
John Barry Seven (Sheffield)

Promoter - Tito Burns

A continuation of the Dion tour with Freddy Cannon replacing him
See September 6th 1962

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October 1st 1962

Liverpool (Empire)

Frank Ifield (Hit recorder of "I Remember You")
The Dallas Boys (Romeos of rhythm)
Anita Harris (Parlophone recording star)
Franklin with his Doves
Harry Bailey (The king of blarney)
Duo Bearis (Plastique & acro-balancing)
Alan Field (The skit parade)
Tommy Wallis & Beryl (Percussion personalities)
The Empire Orchestra (Morris Mclean)

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October 5th 1962

Beatles

Love Me Do (version 1)
P.S. I Love You

Parlophone R4949

Highest Chart Position : 4

Recorded 11th September 1962

October 1962

08 - Doncaster (Gaumont)
09 - Mansfield (Granada)
10 - Birmingham (Town Hall)
11 - Grantham (Granada)
12 - Shrewsbury (Granada)
13 - Woolwich (Granada)
14 - Brighton (Hippodrome)
15 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
16 - Southampton (Gaumont)
17 - Bedford (Granada)
18 - Maidstone (Granada)
19 - Kingston (Granada)
20 - Slough (Adelphi)
21 - Walthamstow (Granada)
22 - Newcastle (City Hall)
23 - Sheffield (City Hall)
24 - Kettering (Granada)
25 - Harrow (Granada)
26 - Aylesbury (Granada)
27 - Tooting (Granada)
28 - Liverpool (Empire) - see below


"The Stage" review

Little Richard
Sam Cooke
Jet Harris & The Jetblacks
Breakaways
Sounds Incorporated
Bob Bain (compere)

Little Richard was not on the 12th and 26th shows

Sam Cooke missed the first and last shows

Promoter : Don Arden




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October 8th 1962

Manchester (Palace)

Russ Conway  
October 1962

09 - Dartford (Granada)
10 - Greenford (Granada)
11 - Taunton (Gaumont)
12 - Salisbury (Gaumont)
13 - Bournemouth (Winter Gardens
14 - Colchester (Odeon)
15 - Edmonton (Granada)

The Shadows
Chas McDevitt & Shirley Douglas
The Dale Sisters
The Trebletones
The Belltones
Dave Allen

Promoter - Arthur Howes

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October 1962

14 - East Ham (Granada)
15 - Hull (ABC)
16 - Stockton (Globe)
17 - Sheffield (City Hall)
18 - Lincoln (ABC)
19 - Leeds (Odeon)
20 - Newcastle (City Hall)
22 - Cambridge (Regal)
23 - Croydon (ABC)
24 - Kingston (ABC)
25 - Exeter (ABC)
26 - Plymouth (ABC)
27 - Bournemouth (Winter Gardens)
28 - Ipswich (Gaumont)
31 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)

November 1962

01 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
02 - Cheltenham (Gaumont)
03 - Cardiff (Sophia Gardens)
04 - Birmingham (Hippodrome)
07 - Huddersfield (ABC)
08 - Manchester (Apollo)
11 - Liverpool (Empire)
Everly Brothers
Frank Ifield
Ketty Lester
Dean Rogers
Terry Young Five
Vernons Girls
Norman Collier (compere)

Promoter : Arthur Howes

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"The Stage" review

October 16th 1962

Coventry (Theatre) - seven weeks

Arthur Haynes
Yana
The Springfields
The Monarchs
Les Cinq Peres
Joe "Mr Piano" Henderson
Billy Dainty
The Rebertes
The Four Starlets
The Jubilee Singers

"Silver Jubilee Birthday Show"

October 1962

19 - Liverpool (Cavern) - 2 nights
21 - Manchester (Oasis)
23 - High Wycombe (Town Hall)
25 - Scunthorpe (Baths)
26 - Handsworth (Plaza)
27 - Romford (Wykham Hall)
28 - Southall (Community Centre)
29 - Reading (New Majestic)
30 - Waltham Cross (Imperial)
31 - Bedford (Corn Exchange)

November 1962

02 - Torquay (Town Hall)
03 - Bletchley (Wilton Hall)
04 - Southsea (Savoy)
05 - East Ham (Granada)
06 - Southport (Floral Hall)
08 - Greenford (Granada)
09 - Birmingham (Town Hall)
10 - Stoke (King's Hall)
11 - Newcastle (City Hall)
12 - Stechford (Atlas)
13 - Sheffield (City Hall)
14 - Redruth (Flamingo)
15 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
16 - Croydon (Fairfield Halls)
17 - Dunstable (California)

Some of the above are ballroom dates

B Bumble & The Stingers
Tornados
Joe Brown & His Bruvvers
Johnny Kidd & The Pirates
Vince Eager
Chris Wayne & The Echoes
Bobby Shafto

Promoter : George Cooper



October 1962

22 - Ayr (Pavilion)
23 - Glasgow (St. Andrews)
24 - Kirkaldy (Rio)
25 - Aberdeen (Music Hall)
26 - Dumfries (Pavilion)
27 - Edinburgh (Usher Hall)
28 - Dundee (Caird)
30 - Hamilton (Town Hall)

Temperance Seven  
October 24th 1962

NME (Beatles)

Advert & Charts

 

October 28th 1962

Liverpool (Empire)

Little Richard
Craig Douglas
Jet Harris
Kenny Lynch
The Beatles

Last date of the Little Richard tour
see 8th October 1962 for full tour dates

1962

Torquay (Princess Theatre)

actual date unknown

The programmes refers to his latest hit as "Don't That Beat All"
This entered the charts on 30th August 1962

However, it might be 13th May 1963 (old programme notes repeated)


 

 

Adam Faith (Britain's top disc star)
The Roulettes (Rockin' along)
Lana Sisters (Music and song)
Ted Rogers (Popular entertainer)
Chance Gordon (The teenage idol)
Delmondi (Ace accordionist)
Harold Collins & the Princess Theatre Orchestra
Dave Read (compere)

Promoter - Bernard Delfont by arrangement with Arthur Howes


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