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The T.A.M.I. Show (29-Dec-1964)

Director: Steve Binder

Keywords: Music Concert, Rock and Roll

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Florence Ballard
Singer
30-Jun-1943 22-Feb-1976 The Supremes
Chuck Berry
Singer
18-Oct-1926   My Ding-A-Ling
Jan Berry
Musician
3-Apr-1941 26-Mar-2004 Jan and Dean
James Brown
Singer
3-May-1933 25-Dec-2006 Godfather of Soul
Marvin Gaye
Singer
2-Apr-1939 1-Apr-1984 Heard It Through the Grapevine
Lesley Gore
Singer
2-May-1946   Well-known crying advocate
Mick Jagger
Singer/Songwriter
26-Jul-1943   Lead singer of the Rolling Stones
Al Jardine
Musician
3-Sep-1942   Beach Boy
Brian Jones
Guitarist
28-Feb-1942 3-Jul-1969 Guitarist for the Rolling Stones
Mike Love
Singer/Songwriter
15-Mar-1941   The Beach Boys
Keith Richards
Guitarist
18-Dec-1943   The Rolling Stones
Smokey Robinson
Singer/Songwriter
19-Feb-1940   Motown singer, A Quiet Storm
Diana Ross
Singer
26-Mar-1944   Dominion over The Supremes
Dean Torrence
Musician
10-Mar-1940   Dean of Jan and Dean
Charlie Watts
Drummer
2-Jun-1941   Drummer for the Rolling Stones
Ronnie White
Singer/Songwriter
5-Apr-1939 26-Aug-1995 The Miracles
Brian Wilson
Singer/Songwriter
20-Jun-1942   Troubled Beach Boy
Carl Wilson
Musician
21-Dec-1946 6-Feb-1998 Beach Boy
Dennis Wilson
Musician
4-Dec-1944 28-Dec-1983 Founding member, The Beach Boys
Mary Wilson
Singer
6-Mar-1944   The Supremes
Bill Wyman
Bassist
24-Oct-1936   Former Rolling Stones bassist

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