Calling themselves The Silver Beats, for this one time only, had their first proper engagement at Lathom Hall, Liverpool.
Concert at the Rink Ballroom, Sunderland, Durham.
Argentina single release: "Ticket To Ride"/"Yes It Is" (Odeon POPS DTOA 8043).
number 1, 11th and last week (Australia Kent Music Report).
"Michelle" number 1, 3rd week (Italian Hit Parade Singles Chart).
"Woman" by Peter & Gordon number 19 (Dutch Top 40).
John and Paul appear on "The Tonight Show". Their appearance was taped in Studio 6B at the Rockerfeller Center. Joe Garagiola was the guest host for the show.
The Beatles book EMI's Studio 2 for May 20th to July 26th.
"Get Back" number 1, 4th week (UK British Market Research Bureau).
In the US, "Rolling Stone" magazine publishes a report on John and George's US visas. It states that although they can now enter the United States, they can only do so on condition that they leave the country within a short period of time.
John and Yoko leave Heathrow Airport enroute to the Cannes Film Festival.
Paul's concert at the Philadelphia Spectrum ("Wings Over America Tour").
After the concert, Paul and the band fly back to their base in New York.
The Beatles' episode of the Tony Palmer history of popular music "All You Need Is Love" is aired across the ITV network. The show, "Mighty Good", retells the history of the group and focuses on their influence on comtemporary musicians.
George Martin has been named the musical director for the upcoming film "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band".
At the Baynard Gallery, the exhibition of Linda's photograghs continues.
Paul and Linda appear on "The Simon Bates Show", simultaneously transmitted on BBC Radio One and Two, to promote the new Wings album London Town
and the single "With A Little Luck".
At the Cannes Film Festival, The Who's "rockumentary" film "The Kids Are Alright", featuring cameo appearances by Ringo, receives its worldwide premiere screening.
In New York, Crown International Pictures re-releases the 1978 film "Sextette", starring Mae West.
George Martin appears on BBC Radio One to promote his book "Making Music".
The "Art Of The Beatles" Exhibition, portraying 30 years of the group in the form of cartoons, paintings, photographs, album covers, lithographs and sculptures, continues.
Ringo makes an unannounced appearance as a surprise guest on the Thames/ITV network comedy quiz show "What's My Line?"
The Picture Music International home video of "Ready, Steady Go! Volume 2" is released. It features the Beatles performing "She Loves You"; "I'll Get You" and "Twist And Shout", from their October 4, 1963 appearance.
Paul's film "Give My Regards To Broad Street" receives its British television premiere on the ITV network.
In Norway, a 10 minute interview with George is transmitted on the NRK program "Pa Hengende Haret".
Ringo's concert at Breslin Center, East Lansing, Michigan.
In the US, during the week-long programming of VH-1's focus on Paul, they air a show hosted by John Fugelsang called "The Paul McCartney Video Collection", containing 10 of Paul's promo videos.
George arrives in New York to help promote Ravi Shankar's Chants Of India
. John Fugelsang conducts a two and a half hour interview for the program "George & Ravi - Yin & Yang".
In the US, Mercury Records distribute the Electronic Video Press Kit (EPK) for Ringo's album Vertical Man
Paul's art exhibition at the Kunstforum Lyz in Hamburg with 75 of his 500 private paintings.
James McCartney performs in concert at The Lovin' Cup, Rochester, NY (US Tour).