1965

10,000 fans filled Wembley’s Empire Pool stadium in April for the 3 and a half hour show, what we called “the greatest pop show in the world.”
There were performances from The Rolling Stones, Dusty Springfield, Tom Jones, The Animals and The Beatles who made their first stage performance since January.
Of The Stones performance, we wrote: “Mick’s facial dramatics during ‘The Last Time’ are an education.” Whilst our NME man reported that during The Beatles performance, “the girl next to me fell on her knees weeping.”
Presenter
Tony Bennett
 
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World Male Singer
Elvis Presley
World Musical Personality
Elvis Presley
British R & B Group
The Rolling Stones
Disc Jockey
Jimmy Savile
World Female Singer
Dusty Springfield
World Vocal Group
Beatles
British Vocal Group
Beatles
British Male Singer
Cliff Richard
British Vocal Personality
John Lennon
British Female Singer
Dusty Springfield
New Disc Or TV Singer
Donovan
British Instrumental Unit
Shadows
Best New Group
Seekers
Most Popular Disc Jockey
Jimmy Savile
Best TV or Radio Show
Top Of The Pops
Best New Disc Of The Year
The Rolling Stones ‘I Can’t Get No Satisfaction’
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