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  1. 4 days ago · From 22 to 29 October 1922, Hitler and his associates planned to use Munich as a base for a march against Germany's Weimar Republic government. But circumstances differed from those in Italy. Hitler came to the realisation that Kahr sought to control him and was not ready to act against the government in Berlin.

    • 8–9 November 1923
    • Reichswehr and police forces victory, Putsch failure, Arrest of Nazi Party leadership
  2. 14 hours ago · Based in Santa Clara, California, United States, the Santa Clara Vanguard is one of the thirteen founding member corps of Drum Corps International (DCI) and a DCI World Champion, having won the title for the seventh time in 2018. [1] [2] The Santa Clara Vanguard, 2008 Contents 1 History 2 Sponsorship 3 Show summary (1972–2022) 4 Caption Awards

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    January 3 – The Beatles begin their first tour of 1963 with a five-day tour in Scotland to support the release of their new single, "Love Me Do", beginning with a performance in Elgin.
    January 4 – At Cortina d'Ampezzo in Italy, Dalidareceives a Juke Box Global Oscar for the year's most-played artist on jukeboxes.
    January 7 – Gary U.S. Bonds files a $100,000 lawsuit against Chubby Checker, claiming that Checker stole "Quarter to Three" and turned it into "Dancin' Party." The lawsuit is later settled out of c...
    January 11 – "Please Please Me" is released in the United Kingdom by the Beatles, with "Ask Me Why" as the B-side.
    "18 Yellow Roses"     Bobby Darin
    "Abilene" w.m. John D. Loudermilk, Lester Brown, Bob Gibson, Albert Stanton
    "All My Loving"     w.m. John Lennon & Paul McCartney
    "Another Saturday Night"     w.m. Sam Cooke
    "Ashita Ga Arusa" w. Yukio Aoshima m. Hachidai Nakamura
    "En gång i Stockholm" w. Beppe Wolgers m. Bobbie Ericsson
    "Miagete Goran Yoru no Hoshi o" w. Rokusuke Ei & Taku Izumi, m. Kyu Sakamoto
    "Meglio Stasera" w. Franco Migliacci m. Henry Mancini


    1. Benjamin Britten – Nocturnalafter John Dowland, op. 70, for guitar 2. Nikolai Karetnikov – Symphony No. 4 3. Wojciech Kilar – Générique, for orchestra 4. Witold Lutosławski – Trois poèmes d'Henri Michauxfor choir and orchestra 5. Francis Poulenc – Sept répons des ténèbres 6. Giacinto Scelsi– String Quartet No. 3 7. John Serry Sr. – American Rhapsody, transcribed for free-bass accordion. 8. Karlheinz Stockhausen – Plus-Minus 9. Igor Stravinsky – Abraham and Isaac 10. William Walton – Variat...

    Oliver! (Music, Lyrics and Book: Lionel Bart) Broadway production opened at the Imperial Theatreon January 6 and ran for 744 performances
    She Loves Me (Music: Jerry Bock Lyrics: Sheldon Harnick Book: Joe Masteroff) Broadway production opened at the Eugene O'Neill Theatreon April 23 and ran for 302 performances
    Here's Love (Music, Lyrics and Book: Meredith Willson). Broadway production opened at the Shubert Theatreon October 3 and ran for 334 performances
    110 in the Shade (Music: Harvey Schmidt Lyrics: Tom Jones Book: N. Richard Nash). Broadway production opened at the Broadhurst Theatreon October 24 and ran for 331 performances
    Bye Bye Birdie, starring Dick Van Dyke and Ann-Margret
    Fun in Acapulco, starring Elvis Presley and Ursula Andress
    Summer Holiday, British musical featuring Cliff Richard
    Summer Magic starring Hayley Mills, Burl Ives, Dorothy McGuire and Eddie Hodges
    January 4 – Till Lindemann, German rock musician (Rammstein)
    January 13 – Tim Kelly, American rock musician (Slaughter) (d. 1998)
    January 15 – Conrad Lant, English singer-songwriter and bass player (Venom and Cronos)
    January 17 – Kai Hansen, German power metalguitarist and singer
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