|1959, Gene Vincent made his UK live debut at The Tooting Granada, London, when he was a guest on The Marty Wilde Show.|
|1961, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Pete Best met with Brian Epstein for further discussions about his proposal to manage them. Epstein wanted 25% of their gross fees each week. He promises that their bookings will be better organised, more prestigious, and will expand beyond the Liverpool area. He also promises that they will never again play for less than £15, except for Cavern lunchtime sessions, for which he will get their fee doubled to ten pounds. Lennon, as leader of The Beatles, accepts on their behalf.|
|1962, Bob Dylan recorded 'A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall' during a session at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City.|
|1964, The film 'Ferry Cross The Mersey' premiered in London. Featuring Gerry And The Pacemakers, Cilla Black and other Liverpool acts. It was written by Tony Warren, creator of the UK's longest running TV soap 'Coronation Street'.|
|1965, The Rolling Stones record '19th Nervous Breakdown' and 'Mother's Little Helper' at RCA's Hollywood Studios in Los Angeles.|
|1966, The Beatles recorded Christmas and New Year's greetings for pirate radio stations Radio Caroline and Radio London. Both stations were broadcasting from ships anchored off the British coastline.|
|1967, Cliff Richard was confirmed into membership of The Church Of England at St. Paul's Church, Finchley, London.|
1967, The Beatles started a seven-week run at No.1 in the UK with 'Hello Goodbye' their 13th No.1 single.
1969, Led Zeppelin made their debut on the US singles chart with 'Whole Lotta Love', it went on to make No.4 on the chart and was the first of six Top 40 singles for the group in the US. During the bands career, Zeppelin never released any singles in the UK.