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Jul 28
1960

The Isley Brothers, produced by Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore, record Tell Me Who and Say You Love Me Too, for RCA Records in New York City, USA. (1960)

Jul 28
1960

Cliff Richard secures his third UK No1 single with Please Don't Tease, a song chosen from a selection played to an audience of fan club members who then voted for their favourite. (1960)

Jul 28
1960

If She Should Come To You by Anthony Newley peaks at No4 in the UK pop singles chart. (1960)

Jul 28
1960

Frank Sinatra plays the seventh of ten nights at The 500 Club, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA. (1960)

Jul 28
1960

Bobby Darin plays the twenty-first night in a month long engagement at The Sahara Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada,USA, opening for comedian George Burns. (1960)

Jul 28
1960

Jimmy Rogers plays at The Montecello Club, Framingham, Massachusetts, USA. (1960)

Jul 28
1960

Malcolm Holmes, drummer of Orchestral Manoeuvres In the Dark, is born in Birkenhead, UK. (1960)

Jul 28
1960

Iain MacDonald is born in Inverness, Scotland. He will play pipes, flute and whistle for two highly successful folk groups, The Battlefield Band and Ossian. (1960)

Jul 28
1960

Only The Lonely by Roy Orbison enters the UK pop singles chart, where it will peak at No1. (1960)

Jul 28
1960

Entering at No19, A Mess Of Blues by Elvis Presley is the highest new entry in the UK Top 20 singles chart. It will peak at No2 during an eighteen week run. (1960)

Jul 28
1960

Ray Charles plays the second night in a week of shows at The Cloisters Hotel, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. (1960)