Concerts & Package Tours : 1964  (September - October)

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September 4th 1964

Bradford (Dungeon, Westgate)

Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames

May not have taken place

September 1964

05 - Finsbury Park (Astoria)
06 - Leicester (Odeon)
07 - Norwich (Odeon) - Cancelled
08 - Colchester (Odeon)
09 - Luton (Odeon)
10 - Cheltenham (Odeon)
11 - Cardiff (Capitol)
13 - Liverpool (Empire)
14 - Chester (ABC)
15 - Manchester (Odeon)
16 - Wigan (ABC)
17 - Carlisle (ABC)
18 - Newcastle (Odeon)
19 - Edinburgh (Usher Hall)
20 - Stockton (ABC)
21 - Hull (ABC)
22 - Lincoln (ABC)
24 - Doncaster (Gaumont)
25 - Hanley (Gaumont)
26 - Gaumont (Bradford)
27 - Birmingham (Hippodrome)
28 - Romford (Odeon)
29 - Guildford (Odeon)

October 1964

01 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
02 - Exeter (Odeon)
03 - Edmonton (Regal)
04 - Southampton (Gaumont)
05 - Wolverhampton (Gaumont)
06 - Watford (Gaumont)
08 - Lewisham (Odeon)
09 - Ipswich (Gaumont)
10 - Southend (Odeon)
11 - Brighton (Hippodrome)

 

Rolling Stones
Inez and Charlie Foxx
Mike Berry & The Innocents
Simon Scott & The Le Roys
The Mojos
Don Spencer (compere)

Promoter - Robert Stigwood




 

Full copy of programme

September 1964

06 - Scarborough (Futurist)
13 - Eastbourne (Congress)

Adam Faith

Sunday concerts

 
September 11th 1964

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussy Cat)

Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames

Georgie Fame (v/o), Colin Green (g), Peter Coe (s), Tex Makins (b), Bill Eyden (d)

September 12th 1964

Bradford (Dungeon, Westgate)

Long John Baldry

same lineup as at the Dungeon in July

September 17th 1964

Bradford (Mecca Ballroom)

Kiki Dee Bradford Park Avenue Supporters Club Annual Ball and Cabaret
September 18th 1964

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussy Cat)

Jimmy Powell & The Five Dimensions  
September 18th 1964

Bradford (Queens Hall)

Danny Green Blue Five
King Bees
Drew Charles Combo
Lykes Of Witch

September 1964

19 - Slough (Adelphi)
20 - Cambridge (ABC)
21 - Southampton (Rank)
22 - Taunton (Rank)
23 - Exeter (ABC)
24 - Gloucester (ABC)
27 - Kingston (ABC)
28 - Luton (Rank)
29 - Birmingham (Rank)

October 1964

01 - Leeds (Odeon)
02 - Cleethorpes (ABC)
04 - Liverpool (Empire)
05 - Cardiff (Rank)
06 - Doncaster (Rank)
07 - Chester (ABC)
08 - Manchester (Odeon)
09 - Sheffield (City Hall)
10 - Worcester (Rank)
11 - tbc
14 - tbc
15 - Glasgow (Rank)
17 - Newcastle (City Hall)
18 - Hanley (Rank)

Freddie & The Dreamers
The Hollies
The Four Pennies
Tony Jackson & The Vibrations
Marianne Faithfull
The Toggery Five
Don Dwight (compere)


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September 1964

24 - Cardiff (Sophia Gardens)
25 - Croydon (Fairfield Halls)
26 - Finsbury Park (Astoria)
27 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
28 - Birmingham (Town Hall)
29 - Manchester (Odeon)
30 - Newcastle (City Hall)

October 1964

01 - Liverpool (Odeon)
02 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
03 - Bournemouth (Winter Gardens)
04 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)
05 - Kilburn (Gaumont)
06 - Rochester (Odeon)
07 - Sheffield (City Hall)
08 - Stockton (Odeon)
09 - Manchester (Oasis Ballroom/Astoria)
10 - Nottingham (Odeon)
11 - London (New Victoria)

Manfred Mann replaced Brenda Lee who went home citing exhaustion.
Her daughter had given birth prematurely on 1st April


 

Bill Haley & His Comets
Manfred Mann
Nashville Teens
Rocking Berries
Bobby Patrick Big Six
Untamed Four
Bob Bain (compere)

Promoter - Don Arden


Full copy of programme
 



September 1964

25 - Northampton (ABC)
26 - Mansfield (Granada)
27 - Liverpool (Empire)
29 - Edinburgh (ABC)
30 - Glasgow (Odeon)

October 1964

02 - Belfast (ABC)
03 - Sheffield (City Hall)
04 - Stockton (ABC)
07 - Carlisle (ABC)
08 - Bolton (Odeon)
09 - Grantham (Granada)
10 - Hull (ABC)
11 - East Ham (Granada)
13 - Bedford (Granada)
14 - Brixton (Granada)
15 - Guildford (Odeon)
16 - Southampton (ABC)
17 - Gloucester (ABC)
18 - Tooting (Granada)

Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas
The Ronettes
Nashville Teens or Kinks
Yardbirds
Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers
Bill Black's Combo
Tim Connor (compere)

Promoter - Arthur Howes


 

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October 2nd 1964

Leeds (Queens Hall)

Should have been the start of a three week ballroom and club tour for Little Richard. Don Arden tried to get Jerry Lee Lewis as a replacement but was unsuccessful. This was the opening night

Little Richard
Pretty Things

Promoter - Don Ardem

Little Richard contacted Don Arden on the day of the concert and said he was ill. Pretty Things were bombarded with various oblects and eventually everyone had their money refunded

October 4th 1964

Coventry (Coventry Theatre)

May have been part of a tour

Cilla Black
Sounds Incorporated
The Fourmost
Tommy Quickly
The Remo Four
A Band Of Angels
Geoff & Pete Stringfellow (comperes)

Promoter - Brian Epstein


 

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October 1964

09 - Bradford (Gaumont)
10 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)
11 - Birmingham (Odeon)
13 - Wigan (ABC)
14 - Manchester (ABC)
15 - Stockton (Globe)
16 - Hull (ABC)
19 - Edinburgh (ABC)
20 - Dundee (Caird Hall)
21 - Glasgow (Odeon)
22 - Leeds (Odeon)
23 - Kilburn (Gaumont State)
24 - Waltrhamst5ow (Granada)
25 - Brighton (Hippodrome)
28 - Exeter (ABC)
29 - Plymouth (ABC)
30 - Bournemouth (Gaumont)
31 - Ipswich (Gaumont)

November 1964

01 - Finsbury park (Astoria)
02 - Belfast (King's Hall)
04 - Luton (Ritz)
05 - Nottingham (Odeon)
06 - Southampton (Gaumont)
07 - Cardiff (Capitol)
08 - Liverpool (Empire)
09 - Sheffield (City Hall)
10 - Bristol (Colston Hall)




 

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Beatles
Mary Wells
Tommy Quickly
The Remo Four
Sounds Incorporated
Michael Haslam
The Rustiks
Bob Bain (compere)

Promoters - Arthur Howes and Brian Epstein



 



 







October 16th 1964

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussy Cat)

Mighty Avengers

Coventry band who recorded "So Much In Love" for Decca which entered the top 50 the following month

October 16th 1964

Bradford (Coffin, Ivegate)

Drew Charles Combo

Pianist/singer who regularly played at the Mojo

 

October 17th 1964

Bradford (Top 20 Club, Idle)

Redcaps

October 1964

17 - Sheffield (City Hall)
18 - Liverpool (Empire)
19 - Huddersfield (ABC)
21 - Colchester (ABC)
22 - Luton (Odeon)
23 - Slough (Adelphi)
24 - Stoke (Essoldo)
25 - Woolwich (Granada)
26 - Taunton (Gaumont)
27 - Exeter (Odeon)
28 - Gloucester (ABC)
29 - Worcester (Gaumont)
30 - Maidstone (Granada)
31 - Bournemouth (Winter Gardens)

November 1964

01 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
03 - Cambridge (Regal)
04 - Leeds (Odeon)
05 - Hull (ABC)
06 - Chester (ABC)
07 - Doncaster (Gaumont)
08 - Stockton (Odeon)
09 - Glasgow (Odeon)
10 - Chesterfield (ABC)
11 - Cleethorpes (ABC)
12 - Birmingham (Odeon)
13 - East Ham (Granada)
14 - Norwich (Theatre Royal)
15 - Coventry (Thaetre)
16 - Nottingham (Odeon)
17 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
18 - Croydon (ABC)
19 - Tunbridge Wells (Essoldo)
20 - Cannock (Essoldo)
21 - Newcastle (City Hall)
22 - Manchester (Odeon)
 


 

Searchers
Dionne Warwick
Isley Brothers
The Zombies
Alan Elsdon & The Voodoos
Tony Sheveton
Syd & Eddie (comperes)

Promoter - Tito Burns


Poster - Leeds


 

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October 1964

17 - Finsbury Park (Astoria)
18 - Coventry (Theatre)
19 - Harrow (Granada)
20 - Doncaster (Gaumont)
21 - Newcastle (Odeon)
22 - Sheffield (Gaumont)
23 - Bradford (Gaumont)
24 - Blackpool (Opera House)
25 - Liverpool (Empire)
26 - Kingston (Granada)
27 - Southampton (Gaumont)
28 - Cardiff (Capitol)
29 - Birmingham (Odeon)
30 - Nottingham (Odeon)
31 - Rochester (Odeon)

November 1964

01 - Lewisham (Odeon)
02 - Bedford (Granada)
03 - Manchester (Odeon)
04 - Hanley (Gaumont)
05 - Wolverhampton (Gaumont)
06 - Cheltenham (Odeon)
07 - Bournemouth (Winter Gardens)
08 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
10 - Kettering (Granada)
11 - Romford (Odeon)
12 - Southend (Odeon)
13 - Ipswich (Gaumont)
14 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
15 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)
17 - Woolwich (Granada)
18 - Greenford (Granada)
19 - Slough (Adelphi)
20 - Worcester (Gaumont)
21 - Tooting (Granada)
22 - Walthamstow (Granada)
Honeycombs
Millie
Lulu & The Luvvers
Applejacks
Gene Vincent
Daryl Quist
Beat Merchants
Puppets
Shouts or Londoners
Freddie Earle (compere)

"Big Beat Scene"

Promoters : George Cooper & Larry Parnes


 

Full copy of programme


 

October 1964

18 - Derby (Gaumont) ?
19 - Luton (ABC)
20 - Chesterfield (ABC)
21 - Chester (ABC)
22 - Wolverhampton (Gaumont)
23 - Southend (Odeon)
24 - Folkestone (Odeon)
27 - Dublin (ABC) - 2 nights
29 - Belfast (ABC) - 2 nights
31 - Wigan (ABC)

November 1964

01 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall) ?
03 - Glasgow (Odeon)
04 - Edinburgh (ABC)
05 - Stockton (ABC)
06 - Hull (ABC)
08 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)
10 - Manchester (ABC)
11 - Huddersfield (ABC)
15 - Lewisham (Odeon)
17 - Gloucester (ABC)
18 - Exeter (ABC)
19 - Plymouth (ABC)
20 - Southampton (ABC)
21 - Guildford (Odeon)
22 - ?

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Cliff Richard
The Shadows
Faye Fisher
Johnny Hawkins & His Orchestra
Frank Berry (compere)

Promoter - Leslie Grade





 

October 1964

19 - Croydon (Fairfield Hall)
21 - Bradford (St. George's Hall)
22 - Manchester (Free Trade Hall)

Nationwide Tour


Sugar Pie Desanto

Sonny Boy Williamson

Hubert Sumlin

Programme - Croydon

The 3rd American Folk Blues Festival

Howlin' Wolf
Sonny Boy Williamson
Lightning Hopkins
Sunnyland Slim
Willie Dixon
Sleepy John Estes
Sugar Pie Desanto
Hubert Sumlin
Clifton James
Hammie Nixon
John Henry Barbee
 


Programme

Authentic Blues

Croydon - Fairfield Hall


Poster

The Blues

Hammie Nixon


Ticket - Bradford

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October 1964

19 - Liverpool (Odeon)
20 - Edmonton (Regal)
21 - Romford (Odeon)
22 - Huddersfield (Essoldo)
23 - Ipswich (Gaumont)
24 - Leicester (Odeon)
25 - Newcastle (City Hall)
26 - Birmingham (Town Hall)
27 - Stockton (Hippodrome)
28 - Edinburgh (Usher Hall)
29 - Dumfries (Lyceum)
30 - Stockport (Essoldo)
31 - Bradford (Gaumont)

November 1964

01 - Brighton (Hippodrome)
02 - Kilburn (Gaumont State)
03 - Guildford (Odeon)
04 - Croydon (Fairfield Halls)
05 - Sheffield (City Hall)
06 - Stoke (Essoldo)
07 - Derby (Gaumont)
08 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
09 - Rochester (Odeon)
10 - Lewisham (Odeon)
11 - Cardiff (Sophia Gardens)
12 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
13 - Watford (Odeon)
14 - Manchester (Odeon)
15 - Bournemouth (Winter Gardems)


 

Animals
Carl Perkins
Tommy Tucker
Elkie Brooks
Plebs
Nashville Teens
Quotations
Ray Cameron (compere)

Promoter : Don Arden





 

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October 23rd 1964

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussy Cat)

Mort Draygen

October 1964

23 - Tunbridge Wells (Essoldo)
24 - Norwich (Theatre Royal)
25 - Boston (Regal)
26 - Haslemere (Rex)
27 - Watford (Gaumont)
28 - Ipswich (ABC)
29 - Cannock (Danilo)
30 - Dunstable (California)
31 - Scunthorpe (Baths)

November 1964

01 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)
02 - Dartford (Granada)
03 - Aylesbury (Granada)
04 - Grantham (Granada)
06 - Huddersfield (Essoldo)
07 - Handswoth (Plaza)
08 - Coventry (Theatre)


 

The Hollies
The Dixie Cups
Heinz & The Wild Boys
Jess Conrad
The Tornados
The Hi-Fi's
Wayne Gibson & The Dynamic Sounds
Larry Burns (compere)

"Your Lucky Stars"

Promoter : Larry Parnes/George Cooper Organisation

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October 24th 1964

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussy Cat)

Pretty Things
Travellers
Effects By Five
 
October 25th 1964

London (Empire Pool Wembley)

Cliff Richard & The Shadows
The Bachelors
The Dave Clark Five
Susan Maughan
Kathy Kirby
The Dallas Boys
The Seekers

Promoter - Leslie Grade

Charity show for Variety Club of Great Britain

 

October 30th 1964

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussy Cat)

Toggery Five


Manchester band who were runners up in the "Ready Steady Win" TV talent contest.
Lead singer was Paul Young (right).

October 31st 1964

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussy Cat)

Moody Blues

Ray Thomas, Clint Warwick, Graeme Edge, Mike Pinder and Denny Laine

Formed in Birmingham the previous year. Released their second single Go Now in December 1964

Laine and Warwick were replaced by John Lodge & Justin Hayward in 1966. Nights in White Satin was released the following year.

October 31st 1964

Scarborough (Futurist)

Freddie & The Dreamers
Herman's Hermits
Lynne Perry
The Song Pedlars
Bobby Patrick Big Six
Tony Marsh (compere)

 

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