Concert at the Granada, East Ham. Two performances. Start of the Chris Montez and Tommy Roe Tour, 2nd Beatles British tour.
NEMS Enterprises moves location to Sutherland House, 5-6 Argyll Street, 5th floor, London.
Filming of the last day of train scenes for "A Hard Day's Night", on board a train leaving from Paddington Station.
Capitol Records release a song called "Letter To The Beatles" by The Four Preps. The lyrics describe a boy lamenting the fact that he's lost his girlfriend to The Fab Four. On its first day, the record shot to No.85 on the charts and it looked like The Preps were going to have another hit on their hands. Unfortunately they had included a few bars from "I Want To Hold Your Hand" without permission and Capitol was forced to withdraw the single to avoid a lawsuit.
, 14th week in the Top 10 (UK Record Retailer).
Studio 2. 7:00pm-3:30am. Recording: "Getting Better" (takes 1-7, tape reduction take 7 into takes 8-12). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Malcolm Addey/Ken Townsend; 2nd Engineer: Graham Kirkby.
11:00pm approx. Ringo is the 1st Beatle arriving at the studio.
1:00am approx. Work starts.
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
is awarded 4 Grammys.
John and Yoko leave the London Clinic.
"You're Sixteen" number 8 (Dutch Top 40).
"Mrs. Vandebilt" number 33 (Dutch Top 40).
Startling Studios. Recording basic tracks for LP [i]Old Wave]/i]. Producer: Jim Nipar.
UK single release: "Borrowed Time"/"Your Hands" (Polydor POSP 701).
Yoko performs in Stuttgart, West Germany.
John is posthumously inducted into the US Songwriters Hall Of Fame.
Paul's performs in concert at the Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan ("Get Back Tour").
At the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford, Yoko's art exhibition "Have You Seen The Horizon Lately" is on display.
In New York City, the Donald and Mary Oenslager Gallery runs in the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, at Lincoln Center. The library exhibition include tour memorabilia, historic film clips, video interviews with musicians, as well as interactive exhibits.