Concerts & Package Tours : 1965  (January to February)

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January 1st 1965

Bradford (Market Tavern)

Lykes Of Witch

January 4th 1965

Hammersmith (Odeon)

The Beatles

January 4th 1965

Leeds (Odeon) - week

Gerry & The Pacemakers

"Gerry's Christmas Cracker)

Full details - December 1964
January 8th 1965

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussy Cat)

Mort Draygen

Halifax harmonica led blues band. Recorded "If I Had a Ticket" as Mort Draygen & The Diamonds

January 1965

08 - Lewisham (Odeon)
09 - Finsbury Park (Astoria)
10 - Manchester (Odeon) Cancelled?
11 - Sheffield (Gaumont)
12 - Hanley (Gaumont)
13 - Leicester (Odeon)
14 - Cardiff (Capitol)
15 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
16 - Southampton (Gaumont)
17 - Birmingham (Hippodrome)
18 - Hull (ABC)
19 - Newcastle (Odeon)
20 - Edinburgh (Usher Hall)
21 - Glasgow (Odeon)
22 - Carlisle (ABC)
23 - Stockton (Odeon)
24 - Liverpool (Empire)
25 - Chester (ABC)
26 - Leeds (Odeon)
27 - Lincoln (ABC)
28 - Wolverhampton (Gaumont)
29 - Croydon (Fairfield Halls)
30 - Southend (Odeon)
31 - Edmonton (Regal)

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Chuck Berry
Long John Baldry & The Hoochie Coochie Men
Graham Bond Organization
The Moody Blues
Winston G
The Five Dimensions
Don Spencer/Mike Patto

Promoter - Robert Stigwood



January 9th 1965

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussy Cat)
 

Victor Brox Blues Train  
January 17th 1965

Ilkley (Troutbeck)

Alexis Korner & The Blues Inc

January 18th 1965

Bradford (Majestic Ballroom)

The Mojos

January 23rd 1965

Bradford (Little Fat Black Pussy Cat)

Original All Stars Until November 1964 these were the "Hoochie Coochie Men" when the band also included Rod Stewart
January 24th 1965

Ilkley (Troutbeck)

Jimmy Powell & The Five Dimensions  
January 24th 1965

Bradford (Lyceum Rainbow Club)

Anne Shelton
Tom Jones & Squires

Originally known as Tommy Scott & The Senators he changed to Tom Jones when he left Joe Meek. "It's Not Unusual" was released the following month. The song was originally intended for Sandie Shaw and was his second release for Decca

January 1965

29 - Croydon (ABC)
30 - Wolverhampton (Granada)
31 - Luton (Ritz)

February 1965

01 - Northampton (ABC)
02 - Gloucester (ABC)
03 - Exeter (ABC)
04 - Plymouth (ABC)
05 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
06 - Cardiff (Capitol)
07 - Southampton (ABC)
09 - Manchester (ABC)
10 - Wigan (ABC)
11 - Newcastle (City Hall)
12 - Edinburgh (ABC)
13 - Stockton (ABC)
14 - Hull (ABC)
16 - Harrow (ABC)
17 - Cambridge (ABC)
18 - Chester (ABC)
19 - Sheffield (City Hall)
20 - Lincoln (ABC)
21 - Liverpool (Empire)


Proby being driven away

Cilla Black
P.J. Proby - Replace by Tom Jones & The Squires
Tommy Roe
The Fourmost
Mike Cotton Sound
Tommy Quickly
The Remo Four
Sounds Incorporated
Bob Bain (compere)

Promoters - Arthur Howes & Brian Epstein

PJ Proby was banned from all ABC cinemas after his "pant splitting incident" at Croydon & Northampton when he was arrested.. He was replaced byTom Jones & The Squires

 



Ticket supplied by Dave Harwood

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January 31st 1965

Ilkley (Troutbeck)

Joe Cocker's Big Blues

February 7th 1965

Ilkley (Troutbeck)

Rod Stewart & The Soul Agents

February 8th 1965

Wimbledon (Wimbledon Theatre) - week

Adam Faith
The Honeys
Desmond Lane
Don Smoothey
Ken Wilson
The King Dancers

February 14th 1965

Ilkley (Troutbeck)

John Mayall & The Blues Breakers

February 15th 1965

Bradford (Majestic Ballroom)

Zoot Money & His Big Roll Band

Zoot Money (keyboards), Andy Summers (guitar), Paul Williams (bass), Nick Newell & Johnny Almond (saxophone), Colin Allen (drums)

see also February 21st 1965

Official Zoot Money website

February 1965

16 - Slough (Adelphi)
17 - Belfast (ABC)
18 - East Ham (Granada)
20 - Finsbury Park (Astoria)
21 - Birmingham (Hippodrome)
23 - Plymouth (ABC)
24 - Exeter (ABC)
25 - Gloucester (ABC)
26 - Manchester (ABC)
27 - Wigan (ABC)
28 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)

March 1965

01 - Hull (ABC)
02 - Leeds (Odeon)
03 - Carlisle (ABC)
04 - Glasgow (Odeon)
05 - Edinburgh (ABC)
06 - Stockton (Globe)
09 - Tooting (Granada)
10 - Bedford (Granada)
11 - Southampton (Gaumont)
12 - Cardiff (Capitol)
13 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
14 - Coventry (Theatre)
16 - Wolverhamton (Gaumont)
17 - Sheffield (Gaumont)
18 - Newcastle (City Hall)
19 - Bradford (Gaumont)
20 - Blackpool (ABC)
21 - Liverpool (Empire)



 

 

Roy Orbison
Rockin' Berries
Marianne Faithfull
Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers
The Untamed
The Three Quarters
Jon Mark
Frank Berry (compere)

Promoter - Arthur Howes


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February 18th 1965

Bradford (Queens Hall)

Swinging Blue Jeans

February 19th 1965

Bradford (Top 20 Club, Idle)

Lykes Of Witch

February 21st 1965

Ilkley (Troutbeck)

Zoot Money & His Big Roll Band

February 1964

21 - Leicester (De Montfort Hall)
22 - Bedford (Granada)
23 - Ipswich (Gaumont)
24 - Cardiff (Capitol)
25 - Worcester (Gaumont)
26 - Bristol (Colston Hall)
27 - Bournemouth (Winter Gardens)
28 - Southend (Odeon)

March 1964

02 -Harrow (Granada)
03 - Kingston (Granada)
04 - Maidstone (Granada)
05 - Slough (Adelphi)
06 - Portsmouth (Guildhall)
07 - Walthamstow (Granada)
09 - Shrewsbury (Granada)
10 - Stockton (Globe)
11 - Newcastle (City Hall)
12 - Doncaster (Gaumont)
13 - Mansfield (Granada)
14 - Bradford (St. George's Hall)


Adam Faith
Sandie Shaw
The Barron Knights
The Paramounts
Roulettes
Patrick Kerr
Freddie Earle (compere)

That's Where It Is
Girl Don't Come
Lemon Tree
I'll Stop At Nothing
Always Something There To Remind Me

 


The Adam Faith & Sandie Shaw Show
 
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Poster - Bradford

February 22nd 1965

Bradford (Majestic Ballroom)

Hollies  
February 24th 1965

Bradford (Top 20 Club, Idle)

Undertakers (Takers)

February 1965

27 - Sheffield (City Hall)
28 - Liverpool (Empire)

March 1965

01 - Birmingham (Town Hall)
02 - Wolverhampton (Gaumont)
03 - Manchester (Odeon)
05 - Aberdeen (Capitol)
06 - Dundee (Caird Hall)
07 - Newcastle (City Hall)
09 - Northampton (ABC)
10 - Salisbury (Odeon)
11 - Dover (ABC)
12 - Lewisham (Odeon)
13 - Colchester (Odeon)
14 - Hammersmith (Commodore)
16 - Aldershot (ABC)
17 - Taunton (Gaumont)
18 - Worcester (Gaumont)
19 - Leeds (Odeon)
20 - Bolton (Odeon)
21 - Hanley (Gaumont)
22 - Glasgow (Odeon)

The Shangri-Las pulled out at the last minute because Mary Weiss was ill. The were replaced by The Dollies

Wayne Fontana was suffering from exhaustion and was replace by The Zephyrs after the Salisbury show

Dodie West joined the show at Dundee



 

Del Shannon
Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders
Herman's Hermits
Just Four Men
Jerry Stevens
Dodie West
The Soul Savages featuring Paul Dean
The Dollies
Zephyrs

Promoter - Peter Walsh


Poster - Leeds

Ticket - Leeds

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February 28th 1965

Ilkley (Troutbeck)

Graham Bond Organisation

Advert for coach trip to the Twisted Wheel in Manchester

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