Concerts & Package Tours : 1964  (July - August)

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Summer Season 1964

Great Yarmouth (Royal Aquarium)


Billy Fury
Karl Denver Trio
Rolf Harris
The Gamblers
Mike Yarwood
Jackie Sands
Jan Colet
Karen Andrews

"Big Star Show of 1964"

Promoter - Larry Parnes

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Summer Season 1964

Great Yarmouth (Royal Aquarium)

Brian Poole
26 July - 9,23,30 August

Searchers
19 July - 2,16, August - 6 September

Brian Poole & The Tremeloes or The Searchers
Daryl Quist
Brian Howard & The Silhouettes
The Puppets
Johnny B. Great
Shel Naylor
Mike Yarwood (compere)

"The Sunday Big Beat Show"

Promoter - Larry Parnes

 


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Summer Season 1964

Great Yarmouth (ABC)

 

 


 

The Shadows
Ruby Murray
Arthur Worsley with Charlie Brown
Marton Fraser's Harmonica Gang
Joan Palethorpe
Dailey & Wayne

"Here, There & Everywhere"

Promoter - Leslie Grade


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Summer Season 1964

Great Yarmouth (Britannia Theatre)

Sunday Extra Specials

21st June 1964 to 13th September 1964

 

The Applejacks (June 21, July 2-9-16-23-30, August 3, September 13)
The Mojos (June 28, July 5-12-19)
The Karl Denver Trio
Mark Wynter (June 21-28, July 5-12-19-26, August 9-16-23-30)
Marty Wilde & The Wildcats (August 2, September 6-13)
The Gamblers
The Cresters
The Plebs
Larry Burn (compere)

Promoter - Larry Parnes

 

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Summer Season 1964

Blackpool (ABC)

Frank Ifield
Kathy Kirby
The Raindrops
Neville King
The Medifreds
The Modern Jazz Dancers
Ted Rogers

'Holiday Startime"

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Summer Season 1964

Blackpool (Rainbow Theatre, South Pier)

opened 26th June 1964


 

 

Joe Brown
Johnny Kidd & The Pirates
The Tornados
Mike Preston
Lynne Perrie
The Eight Starlets
Al Paige

Producers - Larry Parnes & Ross Taylor



 

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Summer Season 1964

Blackpool (Winter Gardens)

Dick Emery
The Dave Clark Five
Clinton Ford
The Kaye Sisters
Eddie Calvert
Colin Crompton

"The Dick Emery Show"

Promoters - George & Alfred Black

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Summer Season 1964

Margate (Winter Gardens) - 9 weeks

Adam Faith
The Roulettes
Jean & Peter Barbour
Liz Laurie
Dave Reid
Bobby Dennis
Winter Gardens Orchestra - Bert Waller


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July 4th 1964

London (Royal Albert Hall)


Adam Faith & The Roulettes
The Crickets
P. J. Proby
The Applejacks
Barry St. John
Troy Dante & The Infernos
The Pickwicks
The Cherokees
Tony Marsh (compere)

"Big Beat Night"

Promoters - Beatbiz in association with VOX


 

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July 5th 1964

Blackpool (North Pier Pavilion)

 

 

 

Gene Vincent & The Shouts
The Animals
The Atlantics
Patsy Ashe
The Stylos
Johnny More (compere)

Promoter - Austin Newman

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July 6th 1964

Film

A Hard Days Night

July 6th 1964

Brighton (Hippodrome) - 2 weeks

Lonnie Donegan & His Group
Mark Wynter (Pye recording star)
The Two Peters (Balancing to perfection)
Don Arrol (TV's popular comedy personality)
The Kestrels (Swinging in four time)
Joe Church (Comedy with a difference)
Barbour & Billie (Stilt dancing puppeteers)
Hippodrome Orchestra - Sydney Sharpe

"Putting On The Donegan"

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July 1964

07 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
10 - Leeds (Odeon)
12 - London (Hammersmith Odeon)
16 - Sheffield (City Hall)
17 - Birmingham (Odeon)
18 - London (Finsbury Park Astoria)
19 - London (New Victoria)
20 - Croydon (Fairfield Hall)
21 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
22 - Southend (Odeon)
25 - London (Hammersmith Odeon) - two nights

 

Ray Charles & His Orchestra
The Raelets

Promoters - Harold Davison & Henri Goldgran

July 10th 1964

LP

Beatles A Hard Day's Night
July 11th 1964

Bradford (Dungeon, Westgate)

Long John Baldry & The Hoochie Coochie Men

Long John Baldry (v), Rod Stewart (v), Geoff Bradford (g), Cliff Barton (b), Johnny Parker (p), Ernie O'Malley (d)

July 11th 1964

Bridlington (Spa)

Rolling Stones  
July 12th 1964

Leeds (Queens Hall)


Ticket

Rey Anthony & The Pepper Mint Men (nb correct spelling)

An R&B band from Bournemouth who released three singles on the Parlophone label and three more under the name Rey Anthony & The Pro Forma. Before forming the band Rey (Les Hirons) toured and recorded as a solo singer

Rolling Stones
Lulu & The Luvvers
Rey Anton & The Pepper Mint Men
Ryles Brothers with Dallas
Ray Kennon & The Guvnors

Stones setlist:

Walking The Dog
Hi Heel Sneakers
You Can Make It If You Try
Not Fade Away
Can I Get A Witness
I Just Want To Make Love To You
It's All Over Now


The Rolling Stones

Ryles Brothers were probably a local band because they appeared the previous year at the Queens Hall with the Beatles & Acker Bilk and in December 1962 at the same venue in the "Mammoth Jazz 'n' Pop Show"


Running Order

Lulu

(thanks Helen)

July 12th 1964

Scarborough (Futurist)

Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas
Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders
Tony Sheridan
The Bobby Patrick Big Six
The Caravelles
The Chimes
Dave Curtis & The Tremors
Dick Francis
 

July 13th 1964

Aberdeen (Capitol) - week

Gerry & The Pacemakers  
July 18th 1964

Bradford (Coffin, Ivegate)

Herman's Hermits
The Mutineers

July 18th 1964

Bradford (Top 20 Club, Idle)

Johnny Taylor Star Combo

July 19th 1964

Sunderland (Empire)

Gerry & The Pacemakers  
July 20th 1964

Brighton (Hippodrome) - week

Mark Wynter
Winifred Atwell

July 20th 1964

Aberdeen (Capitol) - week


 

Gerry & The Pacemakers
Tommy Quickly & The Remo Four
Sounds Incorporated
Michael Haslam
Suzy Cope
The Hi Fi Combo
Eric Burns (compere)

Promoter - Brian Epstein


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July 26th 1964

Scarborough (Futurist)

Gerry & The Pacemakers
The Kestrels
The Three Quarters
The Mighty Avengers
Dave Curtis & The Tremors
Johnny Peters & The JPs
Dick Francis (compere)

Promoters - Peter Walsh, Kennedy Strett Enterprises, Tito Burns

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July 27th 1964

Brighton (Hippodrome)  - week

Billy J. Kramer with The Dakotas
Tommy Quickly & The Remo Four
Sounds Incorporated

July 27th 1964

Weymouth (Gaumont) - 4 weeks

The Hollies
Big Dee Irwin
Shane Fenton & The Fentones
Blues By Five
Linda Doll
Syd & Eddie
Larry Burns (compere)

"The Big Star Parade"

Promoters - Joe Collins - George Cooper Organisation

 

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August 2nd 1964

Bridlington (Spa)

The Migil Five  
August 9th 1964

Scarborough (Floral Hall)

The Migil Five  
August 9th 1964

Weston-super-Mare (Knightstone Theatre)

Adam Faith  
August 10th 1964

Aberdeen (Capitol) - week

Billy J. Kramer with The Dakotas
Mark Wynter
Bobby Shafto
The McKinleys
The Roof Raisers

 

August 14th 1964

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussy Cat)

Pretty Things

Opening night - Millergate

August 16th 1964

Blackpool (Opera House)

The Beatles
The Kinks
Val McCullum
The High Numbers
Adrienne Poster
The Hearts
Tony Marsh (compere)

Promoters - Arthur Howes & Brian Epstein

"Harold Fielding's Sunday Night At The Blackpool Opera House"

Soon after this concert The High Numbers changed their name to The Who

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August 19th 1964

Bradford (Dungeon, Westgate)

The Blue Sounds  
August 21st 1964

Bradford (Dungeon, Westgate)

Alexis Korner's Blues Inc

Herbie Goins (v), Alexis Korner (v/g), Danny Thompson (b), Terry Cox (d)

August 23rd 1964

Scarborough (Futurist)

The Searchers
The Zombies
Mike Hurst
Elkie Brooks
The Quotations
The Contrasts

Promoters - Peter Walsh, Kennedy Street Enterprises & Tito Burns

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August 1964

23 - Bournemouth (Gaumont)
24 - Weymouth (Gaumont)
25 - Weston-Super-Mare (Odeon)
26 - Exeter (ABC)
27 - Plymouth (ABC)
28 - Taunton (Gaumont)
29 - Torquay (Town Hall)
30 - Bournemouth (Gaumont)
 

Rolling Stones
Barron Knights with Duke D'Mond
Millie (not 23rd, 29th, 30th)
The Five Embers (not 23rd, 29th, 30th)
The Overlanders
The Worryin' Kind

Julie Grant (23rd, 29th 30th)
The Paramounts (23rd)
Patrick Dane & The Quiet Five (29th)
Long John Baldry & The Hoochie-Coochie Men (30th)

Promoter - John Smith

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August 29th 1964

Bradford (Dungeon, Westgate)

Memphis Slim

August 30th 1964

Scarborough (Futurist)

The Four Pennies  
August 30th 1964

Torquay (Princess Theatre)

 

Cilla Black
Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers
Sounds Incorporated
The Barracudas
The Rusticks
Billy Maxwell & His Orchestra
Chris Carlsen (compere)

Promoter - Arthur Howes (Bernard Delfont)


 

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