1961: The Beatles performed at the Cassanova Club in Liverpool, England and were captured on film for the first time. (Note: you will see numerous websites misspell the name of the club. The correct spelling is with two "s's", as shown in the poster above, the Liverpool newspaper 'The Echo", and the books 'The Beatles Diary Volume 1: The Beatles Years' by Barry Miles, 'Beatlemania: Technology, Business, and Teen Culture in Cold War America' by André Millard, and 'The Beatles' Gigs: Every Beatles' Gig from 1957 to 1970' by Robert G. Anstey. The club was started by Brian Casser, who named it after his group Cass & the Cassanovas.)
1966: Neil Diamond recorded the songs "Cherry Cherry" and "Solitary Man.