1964

Taking place at the Empire Pool, Wembley on May 3rd. We called it “the greatest array of pop talent in the world.” And, really you couldn’t argue with a line up that included The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Cliff Richard and a (virtual) Elvis Presley.
Presley who won a couple of awards sent a personal message. “Hello everybody. This is Elvis. I am sorry I cannot be with you all…but I’d like to congratulate all the winners and thank you for including me.”
The Rolling Stones could “hardly be heard above the shouts” whilst The Beatles’ performance was met with similar hysteria. “Paul tried in vain to announce ‘Twist And Shout’ and the number brought an even greater hurricane of stamping, cheering, crying, screaming response,” we wrote.
Presenter
Roy Orbison
 
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Outstanding Male Singer
Elvis Presley
Outstanding Female Singer
Brenda Lee
Outstanding Vocal Group
Beatles
Outstanding Musical Personality
Elvis Presley
British Male Singer
Cliff Richard
British Female Singer
Dusty Springfield
British Vocal Group
Beatles
British Vocal Personality
Cliff Richard
British Rhythm and Blues
Rolling Stones
British Instrumental Unit
Shadows
British Tv Or Radio Programme
Ready Steady Go
British Disc Jockey
Jimmy Savile
British New Disc or TV Singer
Mick Jagger
British Disc This Year
The Animals ‘House Of The Rising Sun’

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