Concerts & Package Tours : 1964  (November - December)

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November 2nd 1964

Newcastle (La Dolce Vita)

Adam Faith  
November 1964

07 - Walthamstow (Granada)
08 - Colchester (Odeon)
10 - Romford (ABC)
11 - Harrow (ABC)
12 - Northampton (ABC)
13 - Lincoln (ABC)
14 - Sheffield (City Hall)
15 - Birmingham (Hippodrome)
17 - Bedford (Granada)
18 - Chester (ABC)
19 - Eccles (Broadway)
20 - Mansfield (Granada)
21 - Derby (Gaumont)
22 - Coventry (Theatre)
24 - Dover (ABC)
25 - Cambridge (ABC)
26 - Luton (ABC)
27 - Kingston (ABC)
28 - Bournemouth (Winter Gardens)
29 - Bristol (Colston Hall)

December 1964

01 - Wigan (ABC)
02 - Hull (ABC)
03 - Edinburgh (ABC)
04 - Stockton (ABC)
05 - Newcastle (City Hall)
06 - Scarborough (Futurist)

Gerry & The Pacemakers
Gene Pitney
Kinks
Marianne Faithfull
Mike Cotton Sound
Bobby Shafto
Bryan Burdon (compere)

Promoter : Brian Epstein/Arthur Howes

 

Full copy of programme

November 1964

06 - Edmonton (Regal)
08 - Birmingham (Hippodrome)
09 - Sutton
10 - Leicester (Odeon)
11 - York (Rialto)
12 - Bolton (Odeon)
13 - Newcastle (Odeon)
14 - Bradford (Gaumont)
15 - Manchester (Palace)
16 - Rugby (Granada)
17 - Wolverhampton (Gaumont)
18 - Liverpool (Odeon)
19 - Doncaster (Gaumont)
20 - Sheffield (Gaumont)
21 - Hanley (Gaumont)
22 - Morecambe (Winter Gardens)
23 - Brixton (Granada)
24 - Bournemouth (Granada)
25 - London (Kilburn State)
26 - Watford (Gaumont)
27 - Romford (Gaumont)
28 - Lewisham (Odeon)
29 - Brighton (Hippodrome)

P. J. Proby
Barron Knights
Pretty Things
Kim Weston with the Earl Van Dyke Quartet
The Tea Time Four
The Le Roys
Mike Sarne
Simon Scott
Don Spencer (compere)

Promoter - Robert Stigwood

TOUR CANCELLED

Promoter Robert Stigwood's autumn tour headlining P.J.Proby has been abandoned. Stigwood cancelled Proby's contract last weekend after a disagreement over who should compere the show.

see below

 

NME Advert

November 9th 1964

Nottingham (Theatre Royal)

Freddie & The Dreamers
Des O'Connor (The debonair comedian)
Pan Jue Jen Troupe (Oriental wonders)
Elaine & Derek (Teenage recording stars)
Franklyn & His Doves (Fantasy of birds)
George Meaton (The big noise)
Jean & Peter Barbour (Stilt dancing puppeteers)
Theatre Royal Orchestra (Harry Hackworth)

Full copy of programme
 

November 14th 1964

Bradford (Gaumont)

Chuck Berry

CANCELLED

Efforts to bring in Chuck Berry to replace Proby failed at the eleventh hour. Berry had been unable to get released from his commitments in the USA

see above



 

November 1964

14 - Finsbury Park (Astoria)
16 - Chelmsford (Odeon)
17 - Guildford (Odeon)
20 - Handsworth (Plaza)
21 - Wolverton (Palace)
21 - Dunstable (California)
22 - Tooting (Granada)
23 - Maidstone (Granada)
25 - Belfast (ABC)
28 - Boston (Gliderdome)
30 - Birmingham (Town Hall)

December 1964

01 - Sheffield (City Hall)
04 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
05 - Norwich (Theatre Royal)
06 - Wakefield (ABC)
07 - London (Royal Albert Hall)
08 - Bedford (Granada)
09 - Kettering (Granada)
10 - Walthamstow (Granada)
11 - Slough (Adelphi)
12 - Blackpool (Opera House)

 

Brenda Lee
Manfred Mann
Johnny Kidd & The Pirates
Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders
Heinz
Marty Wilde
Bern Elliott & The Fenmen
The Flee-Rekkers
John Barry Seven (backed Marty Wilde)
Bobby Patrick Big Six (backed Brenda Lee)

Promoter - George Cooper



Full copy of programme

November 1964

17 - ????
18 - Maidstone
19 - Aylesbury (Granada)
20 - Wakefield (ABC)
21 - Ipswich (ABC)
22 - Boston (Regal)
23 - Bristol (Colston Hall)

 


 

Manfred Mann
The Soul Sisters
Bern Elliott & His Klan
The Spencer Davis Group
The Downliners Sect
Wayne Gibson & The Dynamic Sound
The Mark Leeman Five
Blues By Five
Dave Kaffey (compere)

"Rhythm & Blues"

Promoters - Larry Parnes & George Cooper


Full copy of programme

November 20th 1964

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussycat)

Victor Brox Blues Train

November 21st 1964

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussycat)

Graham Bond Organisation

Graham Bond (v/o), Jack Bruce (b), Dick Heckstall (s), Ginger Baker (d)

 
November 1964

14 - Edmonton (Granada)
15 - Liverpool (Empire)
16 - Southampton (Gaumont)
17 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
18 - Exeter (Odeon)
19 - Cardiff (Odeon)
20 - Cheltenham (Odeon)
21 - Kingston (Granada)
22 - Harrow (Granada)
24 - Birmingham (Odeon)
25 - Leeds (Odeon)
26 - Glasgow (Odeon)
27 - Stockton (Odeon)
28 - Sheffield (City Hall)
29 - Coventry (THeatre)
30 - Mansfield (Granada)

December 1964

01 - Doncaster (Gaumont)
02 - Ipswich (Gaumont)
04 - Southend (Odeon)
05 - East Ham (Granada)
06 - Hanley (Gaumont)

 

Dusty Springfield
Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
Herman's Hermits
Dave Berry & The Cruisers
The Primitives
The Gobbledegooks
The Echoes
Johnny Ball (compere)

Promoter : Kennedy Street Enterprises/Tito Burns

Full copy of programme

November 28th 1964

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussycat)

The Five Dimensions
The Gaydogs
The Cheats


Jimmy Powell and the Five Dimensions.
The lineup included Rod Stewart who eventually took over the band.


 

December 4th 1964

LP

Beatles Beatles For Sale
December 5th 1964

Bradford (Top 20 Club, Idle)

The Moontrekkers

Joe Meek produced group. He advised them to drop their singer (Rod Stewart) and become an instrumental group.

"Night Of the Vampire" reached number 50 in November 1961. Also recorded "There's Something At The Bottom Of The Well" in 1962
December 7th 1964

Oxford (New Theatre)

Gene Pitney
The Kinks
The Mike Cotton Sound
The Falling Leaves
Val McAllum
Bobby Shafto & The Roofraisers
Kim Weston & The Earl Van Dyke Band
The Manish Boys

December 7th 1964

Birmingham (Town Hall)

 


 

Jerry Lee Lewis
Gene Vincent
The Spencer Davis Group
The Ugly's
The Plebs
The Londoners

Prompters - Birmingham Youth Aliyah Committee


 

Full copy of programme

December 11th 1964 NME Poll winners results

Full size copy of results

December 13th 1964

Peterborough (Embassy)

PeterboroughImages

Gerry & The Pacemakers
Sounds Incorprated
Val McCullum
Falling Leaves
The Poets
Tom Jones with The Squires
Frank Berry (compere)

Promoters - Arthur Howes & Brian Epstein

Full copy of programme

 

 

December 13th 1964

Ilkley (Troutbeck)

Stormsville Shakers
Thimble Riggers R&B


According to their website they were also playing the Mojo (Peter Stringfellow) in Sheffield on the same night.

www.stormsvilleshakers.com

December 22nd 1964 - April 10th 1965

London (Palladium)

Cliff Richard & The Shadows

"Aladdin & His Wonderful Lamp"

Promoters - Leslie A. Macdonnell & Leslie Grade in association with Bernard Delfont


Full copy of programme

December 1964

26 - Liverpool (Empire)

January 1965

04 - Leeds (Odeon)

Gerry & The Pacemakers
The Hollies
The Fourmost
Danny Williams
Cliff Bennet & The Rebel Rousers
Tommy Quickly & The Remo Four
The Rustiks
Johnny Hackett

"Gerry's Christmas Cracker"

Promoter - Brian Epstein

Full copy of programme

December 24th 1964 to January 16th 1965

Hammersmith (Odeon)

Two performance per night except 24 & 29 December
No performance on 25 & 27 December or 3 & 10 January

Total performances - 38

 

Full copy of programme

 

The Beatles
Freddie & The Dreamers
Sounds Incorporated
Elkie Brooks
The Yardbirds
Michael Haslam
The Mike Cotton Sound
Ray Fell

"Another Beatles Christmas Show"

Promoter - Brian Epstein
 

December 28th 1964

Birmingham (Odeon)

January 4th 1965

Manchester (Odeon)

Frank Ifield
The Clark Brothers
Joe Church
Johnny Hawkins & His Orchestra
Dave Allen
Faye Fisher
George Meaton

Promoter - Leslie Grade

Full copy of programme

Pantomime 1964

Liverpool (Empire)

Frankie Vaughan

"Puss In Boots"

Pantomime 1964

Birmingham (Alexandra)

The Bachelors

"Jack & The Beanstalk"

Pantomime 1964

Hull (New Theatre)

Helen Shapiro

"Aladdin"

Pantomime 1964 (Touring)

December 1964

26 - Bedford (Granada)

January 1964

Slough (Adelphi)
Maidstone (Granada)
Mansfield (Granada)

 

Millie
Jess Conrad
The Tornados
Des Lane
Mack & Kirk
Alex Munro

"Once Upon A Fairytale"

Promoter - George Cooper Organisation

Pantomime 1964 (Touring)

December 1964

26 - Doncaster (Gaumont)

January 1965

04 - Norwich (Odeon)
11 - Barking (Odeon)
18 - Worcester (Gaumont)

Lulu & The Luvvers
Heinz & The Wild Boys
Marty Wilde
Alex Pleon
Cal McCord
Joyce Baker

"Once Upon A Fairytale"

Promoter - George Cooper Organisation

 


Pantomime 1964 (Touring)

28 - Hanley (Gaumont)

January 1965

11 - Derby (Gaumont)
18 - Ipswich (Gaumont)

Lonnie Donegan

"Aladdin"

Promoter - Joe Collins

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Concerts & Package Tours : 1964  (November - December)

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