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1965 or early 66
Concert at Lake Tahoe, NV – recorded for an unreleased live LP (MS 640).
January 1
End of the engagement at the Café Pompeii at the Eden Roc Hotel in Miami, FL.
January 4
The Supremes perform at the Inaugural Ball of Detroit’s Mayor, Jerome P. Cavanaugh at the Cobo Hall in Detroit. 
January – March
In “The Supremes: A Saga…” (p.243) Mark Ribowsky gives a list of concerts and engagements that are supposed to have been held during the first three months of 1966 but there are several mistakes in this list which are corrected here.
He also lists a show in Paris on March 1966, even recorded for a live LP (p. 243): to my knowledge the Supremes didn’t return to the Olympia in Paris after the Motortown tour in 1965: it’s most probably been mistaken with the live at the Olympia recorded in 1965 or confused with the Detroit Olympia but no information about any performance of the Supremes there has been found yet.
January 9
An “Ed Sullivan Show” is announced in the 1965 winter fan club newsletter, an ad published in late 1965, in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” and Adrahtas’ “Diana Ross The American Dream Girl” and announced in the January 29, 1966 issue of KRLA Beat (KRLA curiously announces this TV show when it’s supposed to have already happened…) but there’s no new episode with the Supremes listed on TV.com. The next Ed Sullivan show is broadcast on February 20.
January 11
Recording of the (third) vocal version of “Fancy Passes” (but the number of the version doesn’t match with the information given in the different booklets of “I Hear A Symphony Expanded”, “There’s A Place For Us” and “Never Before released Masters”).
January 15
Concert at McCormick Place’s Arie Crown Theater in Chicago, IL.
The show begins with “From This Moment On”; other songs performed: “The Boy From Ipanema”, “Stop! In The Name Of Love”, Come See About Me”, “People”, “Somewhere”. 
(-)
Probably around mid-January: the Supremes visit the studios of WLS radio in Chicago during station’s United Cerebral Palsy “Celebrity Day”. 
January 17-29
Engagement at the Roostertail (Detroit). 
The opening night is broadcasted live on radio WXYZ (Detroit) by DJ's Lee Alan and Danny Taylor.
The station's other jockeys, Marc Avery, Dave Prince, Steve Dundy, and Pat Murphy, interview the Supremes and talk with the opening-night crowd.  The Supremes are also featured on a five-hour special on Detroit radio WKNR with Scott Regan on the Roostertail opening night (January 17).
This engagement is erroneously dated January 17-30 in KRLA Beat (January 29, 1966 issue), Billboard (Jan 15, 1966 issue) and theconcertdatabase.com. It would be in conflict with the Supremes’ departure to Puerto Rico on January 30.
January 18
The Supremes are filmed during their engagement at the Roostertail by a television crew from Canada. A special program entirely devoted to the Supremes is broadcast by CBC-TV and CKLW-TV, channel 9 (exact date of broadcast and title of the program unknown – this could be “Swinging Time” broadcast on January 22). They are also filmed at their home, at work and at Motown studios. 
January 22
Detroit TV program: “Swinging Time” hosted by Robin Seymour.
January 24
Broadcast of the TV program: Detroit TV program: “Living-Women” (9:00 a.m. program).
January 25
- Broadcast of “The Red Skelton Hour” on NBC. The Supremes perform “Mother Dear” and “Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody”.
“Mother Dear” is credited as being the second time on TV in the booklet of “I Hear A Symphony Expanded” but the other time it was performed on TV is on the Dean Martin Show broadcasted only on March 24, 1966: it could have been mistaken with its recording date – see “August 29 1965” and “end of August 1965” – or could there be another earlier TV show where they perform it for the first time? (it's doubtful).
- Recording of the TV program “Washington Hilton Grand Ballroom Performance” for CBS (date of broadcast unknown). In conflict with the engagement at the Roostertail.
January 29
Concert at the El San Juan Hotel in Puerto Rico. This concert is probably misdated on www.setlist.fm otherwise it's in conflict with the Roostertail engagement (see January 17-29 and also 30 & 31).
January 30
The Supremes leave for Puerto Rico according to Mary Wilson in “Dreamgirl”.
Jan 31 – Feb 8
Engagement at the Hotel El San Juan’s Club Tropicoro in San Juan, Puerto Rico. 
This engagement is erroneously located at the Americana Hotel in San Juan in Puerto Rico in Taraborrelli’s “Unauthorized Biography” (p.139): the Americana Hotel engagement is on February 27, 1967.
February (-)
See November (-) 1965 about the release of the promo only single for radio “Things Are Changing” (for the Equal Employment Opportunity campaign).
February 5
Erroneous date for the concert at the Civic Arena in Pittsburg, PA, in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” and in the booklet of “I Hear A Symphony Expanded”. It’s in conflict with the engagement in Puerto Rico whose dates are sure. Another concert at Pittsburg’s Civic Center happened on February 3, 1967 and it may have been mistaken with it. Moreover, no information has been found in The Pittsburgh Press about the February 5 concert when the other concerts in Pittsburgh in 1965 and 1967 had been advertised.
February 6
Erroneous date for the concert at the Dorton Arena in Raleigh, NC, found on the Wikipedia page of the Dorton Arena (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorton_Arena) because of a badly referenced page of the Daily Tar Heel – February 2, 1967 issue – on the newspaper.com site. This page is referenced in 1966 instead of 1967. The article situates the concert on next Sunday which would be February 6 in 1966 but is actually February 5 in 1967. (https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/67895118/ + correct ad in The Duke Chronicle February 2, 1967 issue)
February ~6-10
According to Taraborrelli’s “An Unauthorized Biography” (p.139), the Supremes have a “week” off in February 1966 in Detroit before the recording session of “He”. The recording of the track for “He” is on February 11 according to the booklet of “I Hear A Symphony Expanded” but the vocal session happened only on June 17. Taraborrelli’s story about Florence missing the recording session because she was sick in February (and then Mary Wilson being sent back home and the song being recorded by Diana alone) doesn’t match: the reasons given for Florence absence of the recording session doesn’t match the period of the vocal session (June) and the reason given doesn’t match February if it’s only a track session.
February 9-13
Taping of the “The Sammy Davis, Jr. Show” in New York (broadcast on March 4) according to Al Abrams's book "Hype & Soul (p.278) but February 12 & 13 are in conflict with concert dates (and the reason given for the cancelled German tour - see below - are not the right ones).
February 9-16
A small tour in Germany and Scandinavia (Germany and France according to KRLA Beat) was planned but is cancelled due to Florence illness (she had the flu).  Mary Wilson also gives an unsure date for the end of the tour: February 9-28
February (-)
- A debutante party at Grosse Pointe Country Club (suburb of Detroit), according to Taraborrelli and Marlene Barrow. The only information on a debutante party at Grosse Pointe found on the web (photos and newspapers archives) is the one held in June 18, 1965. The press photo taken from their back at Grosse Pointe and the one with Marlene Barrow replacing Florence Ballard come from the same show (same gowns, microphones, wigs, and a musician on keyboards on one side; moreover, Florence is taller than Mary and the woman besides Mary clearly looks smaller, and Marlene Barrow is actually much smaller than Florence - see June 18, 1965). The problem is that Marlene Barrow recalls in Taraborrelli’s “Call Her Miss Ross” & “An Unauthorized Biography” (p.141) to have replaced Florence first on stage in 1966 in a debutante ball. The reliability of her memory can clearly be questioned when one compares this with the facts given by the pictures and the articles in the newspapers. The exact date of the Grosse Pointe party (June 18, 1965) is also confirmed in a P.R document reproduced in Al Abram’s book “Hype & Soul!” p.155.  
- According to Marlene Barrow in Taraborrelli’s “An Unauthorized Biography” (p.141)
concerts in Philadelphia, Ohio and Boston followed the debutante ball party at Grosse Pointe which is erroneously situated in February 1966 in Taraborrelli’s books instead of June 18, 1965, So those concerts could also have happened around June 1965 and could actually be the Philadelphia concert referenced on June 19, the Boston one night performance in June 1965 (not yet exactly dated, see ‘1965 proba June’) or most probably the week engagement in Boston at the Basin Street Club from June 22 to 28, 1965, and a concert in Ohio around June 1965 that is yet to be found (there’s none found around February 1966 either). 
February 12
- Concert at the Field House, Holy Cross College in Worcester, MA, in the afternoon.
- Concert at the Shapiro Athletic Center, Brandeis University in Waltham, MA,
 show at 8:30 p.m.
The Brandeis concert is erroneously dated February 13 in the booklet “I Hear A Symphony Expanded” and in an article in the Vassar Miscellany News (March 9, 1966 issue). The promo poster, the Boston Globes (February 6, 1966 issue) advertise February 12 for this concert. The Dayton Daily News (January 9, 1966 issue) advertises for both concerts held the same day. 
February 15
Broadcast of “Anatomy Of Pop” on ABC.
Feb 17-March 2
Engagement at the Copacabana in New York, NY,
This is according to KRLA Beat (January 15, 1966 and February 26, 1966 issues). Both issues give February 17- March 2 for engagement dates, but the January 29, 1966 issue gives February 18 to March 3. The Philadelphia Daily News (February 14, 1966 issue) and Billboard (February 26, 1966 issue) announce the beginning of the engagement on February 17. Billboard gives a review of the opening night, and the Detroit Free Press (February 18, 1966 issue) announces the opening erroneously on February 21) (see also March 3-16 and March 17-23).
The Supremes perform “Make Someone Happy”, “Let There Be Love”, “Baby Love”, “Stop In The Name Of Love”, “Come See About Me”, “More”, “Boy From Ipanema”, “People”, “Somewhere”, “Fancy Passes”. The premiere is attended by Nancy Sinatra and Edie Adams. 
February 18
LP “I Hear A Symphony” released (#8 on pop charts).
February 20
TV show “Ed Sullivan Show” (third appearance, to promote their return to the Copacabana). The Supremes perform “My World Is Empty Without You” & “Somewhere”.
Note: Diana Ross is described in several books (Tony Turner "All That Glittered" p.104 + Mark Robowsky "The Supremes A Saga..." p. 281) as spreading her arms up in a V angle at the end of “My World Is Empty Without You” and therefore occulting Mary’s and Florence’s faces.
The authors either didn’t watch the sequence or just wanted to perpetuate wrong rumors because this is just not true!
Everybody can check the video on youtube and see that Diana stands during the whole song on one end of the group and did not obscure any faces at any moment of this performance. That may have been Mary’s impression on the monitors she saw while performing but that’s not what one sees on screen.
It’s also rumored that Diana used to do that on many TV shows but I really have difficulties to find any TV shows that would prove those allegations. The only ones I have found yet are the Tennessee Ernie Ford show at the end of “Reflections” and an Ed Sullivan show in 1968 at the end of the “Funny Girl” medley (“People”). The Supremes appeared on so many TV shows that this problem occurring only twice can be seen as “accidents” (even though the gesture during “People” seems intentional). And anyway, Mary also briefly occulted Diana’s face at the beginning of “The Happening” (Ed Sullivan Show) – and that happened before “Reflections” and “People”! 
February 25
Concert at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, CA. This is in conflict with the Copa engagement (February 17 to March 2) and most probably an erroneous date. 
February 27
The Supremes are the mystery guest on the game TV show “What’s My Line”.
March 3-16
Erroneous dates for the Supremes’ engagement at the Copacabana in New York (in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” and in the booklet of “I Hear A Symphony Expanded”). This engagement is actually first announced with those erroneous dates in an article by Mary Campbell published in many newspapers (the Tennessean, November 7, 1965 issue; the Ashbury Park Press, NJ, November 09, 1965 issue; the Ada Evening News, OK, November 11, 1965 issue, the Tucson Daily Citizen, January 8, 1966 issue…) which contains other erroneous information (it announces a Vietnam tour from January 6 to 22 (1966) which was actually cancelled and happened to be mostly a Japan/Asian tour that occurred only in September 1966…). Moreover, an article in Time magazine (March 4, 1966 issue) writes apropos the Copa: “Last week…” which also proves the Copa engagement begun before March 3 (see also February 17-March 2 & March 17-23).
March 4
- Background vocals on “Mother Dear “ (version 3) – erroneously credited as version 2 in Supremes Box set 2000).
- Broadcast of “The Sammy Davis, Jr. Show”. The Supremes perform “My world is empty without you”, “Fancy Passes” and a medley with the Andrew Sisters. The show was recorded at the Rockefeller Center in New York.
March 4-20
Eastern U.S. concert tour.  Detailed information needed.
March ? 
Concert at the campus of the University of Virginia (article in Billboard July 2, 1966 issue, about a concert of the Supremes that grossed $2500 for the University).
This concert could part of the Eastern US tour (March 4-20) but the article might also refer to the concert held at the Universty Hall in Charlottesville, VA on November 20, 1965: it’s would be rather surprising that they performed twice at the same location in such a short time span.
March 9
- Lead vocals on “Mother Dear “ (version 3 – erroneously credited as version 2 in Supremes Box set 2000).
March 10
- Concert at the Palestra, University of Rochester, NY as part of the Winter Weekend at the University of Rochester.
- The Supremes are awarded Best Selling LP vocal group at the 8th Annual NARM Convention Award banquet held at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami, FL.
March 13
Benefit concert for the Vermont Tuberculosis and Health Association in the Memorial Auditorium in Burlington, VT. Show at 6:30 p.m.
March 11-12
Not exactly in the Supremes’ agenda: track sessions for the “A Go Go” album project in Los Angeles. Are also recorded during those sessions tracks of “The Sound Of Music”, “Strangers In The Night”, “Who Can I Turn To”, “What Now My Love”, “On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)” for the shelved project: “The Supremes And The Motown Sound: From Broadway To Hollywood” – (see discography for track listing). Some songs got vocal in autumn 1966, some didn’t: see also June 13, 66 about “On A Clear Day”. Other tracks recorded: “Blowin’ In The Wind”, “What The World Needs Now Is Love”.
March 17
- A “The Dean Martin Show” is announced in the 1965 winter fan club newsletter, an ad published in late 1965 and in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl”. The Supremes are not listed in the cast of the show broadcast this day. The broadcast must have been postponed to March 24, 1966.
- Recording session for “One Way Out” (track) (unreleased). See also May 2. 
March 17-23
Erroneous dates for the Supremes’ engagement at the Copacabana in New York in Taraborrelli’s “An Unauthorized Biography” (p. 139) and Ribowsky "The Supremes A Saga..." (p. 241). (see also February 17-March 2 & March 3-16).
March 18
- Broadcast of the syndicated TV special “The Supremes At The Copa” (a revue of the broadcast exists in “Time” magazine).
-  Concert at the Denison University Gymnasium in Livingstone, Ohio. 
March 19
Concert at Stepan Center, campus of Notre Dame University, IN. 
March 20
Concerts at the Kiel Auditorium (Opera House) in St. Louis, MO. Shows at 5:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.
March 22-April 3
Engagement at the Blinstrub’s Club in Boston, but cancelled after the third night because Diana Ross fainted on stage of exhaustion and is hospitalized.
March 22-April 3 is according to Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” and “A Go Go Expanded Edition”, it’s March 23-April 3 according to KRLA Beat, January 29, 1966 issue. All the information about Diana’s exhaustion and the cancellation of many engagements are missing from the booklet of “A Go Go Expanded” (see comments on the engagements until the end of April). See also April 18-23 about Blinstrub.
March 24
- The Supremes’ White Bread is put on the market.
- Broadcast of the TV show “The Dean Martin Show” in which the Supremes perform “Mother Dear”. They are also part of an all guest “Love Song” medley (see also August 29, 1965, November 18, 1965 and TVgraphy for additional information).
A new studio version of "Mother Dear" was recorded on March 4 and 9 for the vocal parts, maybe to capitalize on this broadcast and to plan a single release, which finally never occurred.  

More (click to unfold):
A picture of the Supremes taken during this TV show was published in the January 1st, 1966 issue of KRLA Beat (available on the web) which could indicate that is was broadcast before and that March 24, 1966 could be a re-broadcast but it’s not the case and March 24, 1966 is really the first time this episode was broadcast. The March 24, 1966 episode is also announced in the November 27, 1965 issue of Record World.
April (-)
Press conference at the Roostertail in Detroit (MI).
April (-)
The Supremes are made honorary members of the First Cavalry Division, United State Army. 
April (-)
The Supremes volunteered to an appearance for the US troops at Guantanamo.
This performance might have been cancelled due to Diana’s hospitalization.
April 8
Single “Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart” released (# 9 on pop charts in late May).
April 8-17
Engagement at the Casanova Room of the Deauville Hotel in Miami, partially cancelled because Diana Ross collapsed three times and was hospitalized. She also developed a throat ailment according to the article in the Duke Chronicle (April 22, 1966 issue). The author of this article may also have confused the Deauville and the Blinstrub engagements about Diana’s exhaustion.
The Deauville engagement is also misplaced during the first three months of this year by Ribowsky or mistaken with the Eden Roc engagement that occurred from December 23, 1965 to January 1, 1966, p.243. 
April 13
Recording session for “Deep Inside” (unreleased) according to Mary Wilson, but it’s unlikely a vocal session because of the Deauville engagement.
April 18
Lead and background vocals for “What The World Needs Now”, “In My Lonely Room” (unreleased until 1998).
April 18-23
Engagement at the Blinstrub’s Club in Boston, this date is in KRLA Beat-KFWB/98 Hitline (April 20, 1966 issue), it also could have been erroneously dated and actually be March 22-April 3 or mistaken with the Caribbean tour (below), and anyway cancelled (see April 19-26) 
April 19-26
Engagements in the Caribbean Islands (Caribbean tour). The cancellation of the April 29 concert (due to Diana’s exhaustion and hospitalization during Deauville engagement on April 8-17) was announced in the Duke Chronicle on April 22, so the tour in the Caribbean Islands was logically also cancelled. According to the booklets of “Lost & Found” and “A Go Go Expanded” it was replaced by studio recording sessions.
April 19
Recording session for “Until You Love Someone” (unreleased) according to Mary Wilson, but it’s unlikely a vocal session.
April 20-27
Main vocal recording sessions on tracks intended for the “A Go Go” LP.
April 20
Lead vocals on “It’s Not Unusual”, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, “Can I Get A Witness”. Lead and background vocals on “Get Ready”, “This Old Heart Of Mine (Is Weak For You)”, “Shake Me, Wake Me (When It’s Over)”. In Los Angeles.
April 20 or 21
Background vocals on “Going To A Go Go”. Diana Ross didn’t record lead vocal on this song which remains unreleased, only a demo with lead vocal by Brenda Holloway exists.
April 21
- Background vocals on “Mickey’s Monkey”, “Uptight (Everything Is Alright)”, “It’s Not Unusual”, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, “Hang On Sloopy”, “Money (That’s What I Want)”, “Can I Get A Witness”. In Los Angeles.
- See April 21, 1967 about the concert at Knoxville.
April 22
Recording session in Los Angeles: background vocals on “Don’t Let True Love Die” (see also June 16).
April 26
Lead vocals on “Mickey’s Monkey”, “Hang On Sloopy”, “Money (That’s What I Want)”, “These Boots Are Made For Walking”. In Los Angeles.
April 26 or 27
Additional lead vocals on “Can I Get A Witness”, in Los Angeles.
April 27
- Lead vocals on “Uptight (Everything Is Alright)”, in Los Angeles.
- Concerts at the Coliseum in Winston-Salem, NC (2 shows at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.). These concerts were most probably cancelled.
April 28
Concert at the Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh, NC (North Carolina State campus). This concert was most probably cancelled.
April 29
The concert planned at the Indoor Stadium in Duke University’s campus in Durham, North Carolina, is cancelled. The Supremes are replaced by the Beach Boys. (see also April 8-17). 
May (-)
Concerts at the Hilton Hotel in Chicago during which recovering soldiers are refused to attend one of the shows by the Hotel. So The Supremes decide to visit soldiers at the Letterman Army Hospital in San Francisco on May 23, during their engagement at the Fairmont Hotel (see May 19-June 8).
Note: this concert can hardly be before May because of the cancellation of the concert planned on April 29.
May 1
TV show “Ed Sullivan show” (“Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart”). See also TVgraphy for more information.
May 2
Vocal session for “One Way Out” but the tape was erased when Martha & the Vandellas recorded their vocals on the track.
May 4-14
Engagement at the Cave in Vancouver, Canada. 
Note:
the 15th annual AWRT convention (American Women in Radio and Television) was held from May 5 through May 8 in Detroit. For its closing diner on May 8, entertainment was focused on the Motown Sound with live performances of several Motown artists. But “…the show opened with a filmed interview between Miss Murray and The Supremes who because they would be in Italy when the convention met in Detroit, sang a special number on film…” (The Pittsburgh Courier May 21, 1966). Live performances were provided by Brenda Holloway, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Marvin Gaye. It’s curious that the article says the Supremes are in Italy instead of Canada…
The Supremes visit the Stanley Park in Vancouver during their engagement at the Cave.
May 19-June 8
Engagement at the Fairmont Hotel (Venetian Room) in San Francisco (CA).
This engagement is erroneously situated during the first three months of 1966 by Ribowsky (p.243). 
May 23
The Supremes visit soldiers at the Letterman Army Hospital in San Francisco during their engagement at the Fairmont Hotel (see also May (-) ).
Note: the Supremes also performed before soldiers at the Walter Reed Hospital (Washington DC.) in June 7, 1967 during their engagement at the Shoreham Hotel (June 1 to 10, 1967).
June 1
Recording session for “Together Again” (unreleased) according to Mary Wilson, but it’s unlikely a vocal session because of the engagement at the Fairmont Hotel.
June 2
Recording sessions for “Hurtin’ Again” and “It’s Summer” (both unreleased) according to Mary Wilson, but it’s unlikely a vocal sessions because the engagement at the Fairmont Hotel.
June 8
End of the Engagement at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco, CA. 
June 11
Recording session for “Hurtin’ Bad” (unreleased). 
June 12
Concert at the Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento, CA. 
June 13
Background vocals on “Let The Music Play”, “On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever”) (unreleased song that didn’t get Diana’s lead vocals). Lead and background vocals on “Blowin’ In The Wind”. 
June 14
Recording sessions for “Baby I Need Your Loving” and five other songs (intended for “A Go Go” or “Sing H-D-H).
June 15
Lead vocals on “I Can’t Help Myself”, “Who Can I Turn To”, “Let The Music Play”, background vocals on “Come And Get These Memories” (see also June 16 & 24). Re-recording session for “Baby I Need Your Loving” according to Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” but this concerns the recording of the track, see June 16, 17 & 21 for vocals. Lead vocals for “(Love Is Like A) Heat Wave” (version 2) and “It’s The Same Old Song” (version 2).
June 16
Lead vocals on “Come And Get These Memories”, “Don’t Let True Love Die” (see also April 22). Background vocals on “There’s No Stopping Us Now” (see also June 24), “Baby I Need Your Loving”. Lead and background vocals on “Going Down For The Third Time” (see also June 21). 
June 17
Lead vocals on “There’s No Stopping Us Now”, “Baby I Need Your Loving”. Lead vocals on three spirituals: “Were You There” and “What Do You Choose” (both unreleased until December 30, 2016) and “He” (released on the LP “In Loving Memory” in 1968). Among the other songs supposedly recorded for this LP (but unreleased until “Lost & Found” in 2008) are: “What A Friend We Have In Jesus” (lead Dec 19, 67) & Every Time I Feel The Spirit (lead Dec 19, 67). 
June 19
- The Supremes land at Malton International airport (near Toronto), Canada.
According to the dates on pictures from the press, they land on June 26 which would be surprising as it would situate their engagement at the O’Keefe Center (June 20-25) before their landing! The correct date might by June 19.
- Press conference along with Stevie Wonder at the King Edward Hotel Vice (Regal suite) in Toronto.
- Supremes day on Chum radio (Canada).
Arrival at the Malton airport, welcomed  by numerous
Canadian fans.
June 20-25
Engagement at the O’Keefe Center in Toronto, Canada, bill shared with Stevie Wonder.  The Afro-American (January 8, 1966 issue) extends the engagement to June 26 which is most probably erroneous. 
June 21-July 3
 See June 28-July 3 about the Music Circus engagement.
June 21
- The Andantes record additional vocals on songs already containing Mary and Florence vocals: “Going Down For The Third Time”, “Let The Music Play”, “Baby I Need Your Loving”.
Note: this session is by the Supremes on “Going Down For The Third Time” according to 50th Anniverary Singles Collection, but the booklet of “A Go Go Expanded” confirms it’s by the Andantes, the Supremes being currently in Toronto - and not in New Jersey as written in the booklet of “A Go Go Expanded Edition”. See also June 16.
June 22
Background vocals on “I Can’t Help Myself”, “It’s The Same Old Song” (version 2) by the Andantes because of the Supremes’ engagement at the O’Keefe Center in Canada from June 20 to 25. Mary and Florence vocals are erased on “It’s The Same Old Song”. (A Go Go Expanded Edition)
June 24
The Andantes record background vocals on “Who Can I Turn To”, and additional background vocals on “Come And Get These Memories” and “There’s No Stopping Us Now”. Background vocals for “(Love Is Like A) Heat Wave” (version 2).
Note:
this session is by the Supremes according to 50th Anniverary Singles Collection and “A Go Go Expanded”, but those additional vocals are recorded by the Andantes, the Supremes being currently in Toronto (and not in New Jersey as written in the booklet of “A Go Go Expanded Edition”). See also June 15 about “Come And Get These Memories” and June 16 about “There’s No Stopping Us Now”.
June 28-July 3
Concerts at the Music Circus in Lambertville (NJ) also with Red Buttons, Stevie Wonder and the Wellingtons (June 28 to July 1: 8:30 p.m. show, two shows on Saturday 2 at 6 & 9:30 p.m. and two show on Sunday 3 at 4 and 7:30 p.m.).
This engagement is misdated imprecisely in August in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” and erroneously credited June 21-July 3 in the booklet of "A Go Go Expanded Edition". Mary Wilson copies the erroneous dates in "Supreme Glamour" (p. 174).
June 28
Recording session for “Moment Of Weakness” (unreleased) according to Mary Wilson, but it’s unlikely a vocal session because of the Music Circus engagement.
June 30
- Recording sessions for “Misery Makes Its Home In My Heart”, and “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” according to Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl”. Those are not vocal sessions because of the Music Circus engagement, and the booklet of the "A Go Go Expanded Edition" confirms it’s ‘only’ a track recording session. (see also July 4 & 5). 
- TV show “The Today Show”.
July 1
Recording sessions for “Many Good Times”, “Mother Tell Me What To Do” both unreleased, “Just A Little Misunderstanding”, “Come On And See Me” (both unreleased until 25th Anniversary), “What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted”, according to Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” but these are not vocal sessions because of the Music Circus engagement (June 28 to July 3). The booklet of “A Go Go Expanded” confirms those sessions are for the recording of the tracks. See also July 4-5.
July 3
End of the engagement at the Music Circus in Lambertville (NJ).
July (-)
One week off for the Supremes (or Florence Ballard only ?) in July according to Tony Turner (p.112) and before the release of “You Can’t Hurry Love” which leaves only two possibilities of four (at most) consecutive days: July 4-7 and July 20-23. If this is July 4-7, it would explain Florence’s absence of the recording sessions held July 4 & 5. It would also be Florence’s unilateral decision to take vacations, but this is only assumptions.
July 4-5
During those two days, Diana and Mary record without Florence who misses the sessions for an unknown reason - see also July (-). Florence is replaced by Marlene Barrow of the Andantes for the background vocals on “Just A Little Misunderstanding”, “Slow Down” (working title: “If It’s Just For You”), “Come On And See Me”, “Misery Makes Its Home In My Heart” and others (not listed in the booklet of “A Go Go Expanded”).
July 4
Recording session without Florence Ballard. 
- Recording session to finish
“This Is Where I Came In” (working title of “You can’t Hurry Love”) and “Pay Back” (working title of “You Keep Me Hangin’ On”) according to Mark Ribowsky (p.256) but it’s only on July 5 for “You Can’t Hurry Love” according to the booklet of “A Go Go Expanded”) (See also July 5 about “You Can’t Hurry Love”).  
- Lead vocals on “Misery Makes Its Home In My Heart” (see July 5 for background vocals), and on “Just A Little Misunderstanding” (see July 8 for background vocals).  
- Lead and background vocals on “What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted” and “Slow Down” (Diana on lead and Mary and Diana on background vocals – see also July 8 -
The booklet of “I Hear A Symphony Expanded" erroneously states that “Slow Down” didn’t get vocal until 1967, “until two years after October 11, 1965”). 
- Motown picnic in Detroit.
July 5
Recording session without Florence Ballard. She’s replaced by Marlene Barrow of the Andantes for the background vocals on “Misery Makes Its Home In My Heart”. 
- The booklet of “Lost & Found” states that the final overdubs on “You Can’t Hurry Love” are recorded this day, but the booklet of “A Go Go Expanded” states that July 5 is the only day for voices recording session on that song, which would then mean that Florence Ballard is not on “You Can’t Hurry Love”!  
- Lead vocals on “Come On And See Me” (see also July 8).
July (-)
Probably after July 4: Dick Clark did an entire “Where The Action Is” show from the Roostertail Club featuring only Motown acts. (Ribowsky “The Supremes A Saga...” p.252) Mary Wilson refers to another “Where The Action Is” on December 15, 1965.
July 7
See July 13 for information about the Mike Douglas show.
July 8
- Recording session for “With A Child’s Heart” according to Mary Wilson, but it’s not the vocal session because of the concert in New Hampshire. The booklet of “A Go Go Expanded” confirms it’s the track session. 
- The Andantes overdub vocals on “Slow Down” (see also July 4) and on “Come On And See Me” and “Just A Little Misunderstanding” (so logically no Supremes on background vocals for those two songs – see also July 5 and July 4 respectively). 
- Taping of the TV show “Discophonic Scene” (broadcast on July 9 - local TV show in Philadelphia). Because of the concert in the New Hampshire in the evening, it’s unclear if this episode is a re-run of the episode originally broadcast in September 11, 1965 or if the Supremes had the time to tape the show in the daytime in Philadelphia and to be in the New Hampshire in the evening. 
- Concert at the Hampton Beach Casino in New Hampshire, NH. 
July 9
- Broadcast of the TV show “Discophonic Scene” hosted by Jerry Blavat (local TV show in Philadelphia).
Concert at the Yale Bowl, New Haven, Connecticut (first visit of the Supremes to Connecticut).
July 11
- Recording session for “Just A Smile Away” (unreleased) according to Mary Wilson, but it’s unlikely a vocal session because of the concert in Latham.
- Concert at the Colonie Summer Theatre in Latham, NY.
This concert is misdated in August in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” (no precise day).
July 12
- Vocals overdub on “Put Yourself In My Place”. Lead vocal on “With A Child’s Heart”.
- Taping of “The Mike Douglas show” (broadcast on July 13).
Note: since April 29, 1966 the Mike Douglas show aired on a one-day tape delay basis, allowing for the editing out of any objectionable material.
July 13
TV show “The Mike Douglas show”. The Supremes co-host the show (other guests: the Temptations, see also TVgraphy for more information).
This is the most probable date, given at tv.com and the booklet of “A Go Go Expanded”. It’s dated July 7 in the booklet of the CD “Joined Together-the Complete Studio Duets”, the newspaper KFWB/98 Hitline (August 23, 1966 issue) and by Mary Wilson who also give a second date in “Dreamgirl”: July 20, but none of these Mike Douglas Shows are with the Supremes according to tv.com (in her latest book “Supreme Glamour”, Mary Wilson copies the date given in the booklet of “A Go Go Expanded”). Taraborrelli also writes about an appearance on this show in May 1967, but the Supremes are not on the show during this month according to tv.com
July 14-19
Engagement at the Leo’s Casino in Cleveland. Two shows per night.
This engagement was disturbed by the Hough Riots that begun just a few blocks away between 8 and 9 p.m. on June 18 (and ended on July 23-24). The mayor ordered all the bars and cafes in the Hough neighborhood closed on July 19. Most probably
the second concert of July 18 was cancelled, as were those of July 19. (see also July 24 for erroneous information found about the cancellation of the lasts concerts of this engagement).
July 16
- Cleveland TV show “The Upbeat Show” hosted by Don Webster (Saturday show). See TV Graphy for more information. 
- Recording session for “Here Are The Pieces Of My Broken Heart” (unreleased) according to Mary Wilson, but it’s unlikely a vocal session because of the Leo’s Casino engagement.
July 20
 See July 13 for information about the Mike Douglas show
July 24
- Many books date an Ed Sullivan show on July 24, 1966 (Mary Wilson and Diana Ross autobiographies, Nelson George “Where Did Our Love Go”, p.144, and Adrahtas’ “Diana Ross The American Dream Girl”), but this is off season with only rebroadcasts of previous Sullivan shows. TV.com and the DVD “The Supremes – Reflections – The Definitive Performances 1964-1969” lists it on September 25, but the DVD also states that the Supremes went on tour in the Far East two months after this Ed Sullivan show which is incorrect (the Supremes went on tour in the Far East in the beginning of September, prior to the broadcast). But if the information about the Supremes being on tour two months after the Ed Sullivan show is correct, this would situate the broadcast in July... So, one might think that July 24 could be the recording date of the show, as the single “You Can’t Hurry Love” was also just a day from being released, but it would be really surprising as the show is supposed to be broadcast live… See September 25 for information about the Ed Sullivan show. 
- Erroneous information about the cancelled dates of the Leos Casino because of the Hough Riots in the “The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History”. According to it, the Supremes performed two shows on Sunday night, July 24 and the third show was cancelled by the police because of the Hough riots just a few blocks away. The club was then shut down for four weeks. (http://ech.case.edu/cgi/article.pl?id=LSC). This information doesn’t match other sources that give the correct dates for this engagement (July 14-19), nor the right number of concerts per night, nor the information found in the Steel Pier program for their next engagement in Atlantic City (July 24-30). This engagement is also erroneously credited on http://theconcertdatabase.com/).

July 24-30
Engagement at Steel Pier in Atlantic City, NJ. 
July 25
Single “You Can’t Hurry Love” released (#1 on pop charts).
July 30
Local TV show in Philadelphia “Summertime on The Pier Show” from Steel Pier. 
August (-)
Engagement at the Music Circus (NJ) misdated in August in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl”: see June 28-July 3.
August (-)
Concert at the Colonie Summer Theatre in Latham, NY misdated in August in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl”: see July 11.
August 2-8
One week engagement at the Circle Star in San Carlos, CA. (see also August 9-14 about erroneous dates).
August 9-14
- Engagement at the Carousel Theater in West Covina, CA.  
- Erroneous dates for the engagement at the Circle Star Theatre in San Carlos, CA. Those dates are found in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl”, The Pittsburgh Courier (June 25, 1966 issue) and Billboard (June 11, 1966, issue, undated engagement) but this engagement has obviously been rescheduled according to an article published in the Eureka Humboldt Standard on July 27 (an issue much closer to the engagement than the other articles) and Maurice Chevalier is actually scheduled on August 9 to 14 (see August 2-8).
August 10-16
Rehearsal and taping of the TV show: “ABC Stage 67: Rodgers And Hart Special” in Los Angeles. Probably broadcast on March 2, 1967 or May 11, 1967 (see March 2, 1967 for more information). 
August 11
In “Dreamgirl” Mary Wilson lists several songs recorded in Los Angeles that day which seems odd as the Supremes were rehearsing songs for the “Rodgers and Hart Today” show at the same time and they also performed in the evening. Moreover, most of the recording dates in “Dreamgirl” refer to the recording of the tracks and not the vocals. Among this list, “I’ve Been Blessed” remains unreleased and “The Sound Of Music” has its track already recorded on March 11-12 according to the boolklet of "There's A Place For Us" & "A Go Go Expanded" so maybe it was re-recorded.
August 13
- Broadcast of the TV show “A Mod Mod World”, filmed at the Palisades Amusement Park in New Jersey (probably taped around July 24-30).
- The Supremes are named best female R&B group at the Golden Mike Awards by the National Association of Radio Announcers (NARA) in New York. According to their engagement in West Covina, the Supremes didn’t attend the event. 
August 18
TV show “The Tonight Show” hosted by Bob Newhart instead of Johnny Carson according to TV.com. 
August 19
Concert at the Alan B. Shepard Jr. Civic Center in Virginia Beach, VA (two shows). 
August 20
Concert at the Forest Hills Tennis Stadium during the Music Festival in New York, NY (bill shared with the Temptations and Stevie Wonder). 
August 21
Date reserved as the Forest Hill concert “rain date”.
August 25
LP “Supremes A Go Go” released (# 1 on pop charts).
August 26-30
Engagement at the Minnesota State Fair in St. Paul, MI.
According to the booklet of “A Go Go Expanded”, it’s their second year at the Minnesota State Fair but this must have been mistaken with other State Fairs the Supremes did in 1965 (Michigan, August 20-30 or Oklahoma, around November 14) because the other artists at the Minnesota State Fair in 1965 were the Ray Charles Singers, Pete Fountain and Mary Wells. 
September 2-22
The Supremes on tour in the Orient (concerts: September 3-21). A film is made during this tour that is still unreleased. Main tour stops: Tokyo, Okinawa, Yokohama (Japan), Taiwan (Republic of China), Hong Kong (aboard an aircraft carrier in Kowloon Harbor), Manila (Philippines), 7 Asian countries in all.
September 22 is in conflict with the recording sessions on September 21 & 22.
September 2
Arrival in Tokyo, Japan.
September 3
Concert at Tachikawa Officers' Open Mess in Japan.
September 4
Concert at the Benny Decker Theater in Yokosuka, Japan. The Supremes performed two concerts at the Yokosuka Theater according to KRLA Beat: this must be the Benny Decker Theater.
The Supremes also perform aboard U.S.S. Coral Sea at Yokosuka naval base. 
September 5
Press conference at Hotel Ohtani in Tokyo.
September (-)
Concert at the Kajikawa naval base, Japan. 
September (-)
Concert at Club 13 in Taipei, Taiwan
September 10
“You can’t Hurry Love” reaches # 1 on pop charts.
September 14
The Supremes leave for Manila in the Philippines. 
September 17
“You can’t Hurry Love” still # 1.
September (-)
Concert at the City Hall Auditorium in Hong Kong and later on the same day they performed at the Kingsland Club. 
The Supremes stayed only one day in Hong Kong.
September 21
- Last concert in the Orient.
- Vocals on “Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone”. Background vocals on “I Guess I’ll Always Love You” but this is in conflict with the tour in the Orient (or background vocals recorded by the Andantes). 
September 22
- return flight to the USA.
- Lead vocals on “I Guess I’ll Always Love You” but this is in conflict with the tour in the Orient.
September 23-25
Probably rehearsals for the next Ed Sullivan Show.
September 25
- TV show “Ed Sullivan Show”. The Supremes perform “You Can’t Hurry Love” and a medley.  
- See also September 26 about the Roostertail concerts.

Sept (~22-26)
Benefit performance in Boston cancelled because Florence had walking pneumonia. 
September 26
Concerts at the Roostertail in Detroit (two shows the same night).
Those shows were recorded for a live LP that remained unreleased until the expanded edition of “I Hear A Symphony”.
Mary Wilson dates those shows erroneously on September 25.
September 27
The Supremes leave Detroit to Las Vegas. 
Sept 29-Oct 19
Engagement at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas, NV.
This is the first appearance of the Supremes at this place.
In "The Supremes A Saga... (p.268) Ribowsky misplaces here a quotation by Diana Ross she (‘s supposed to have) made during their engagement of June 28-July 19, 1967 during which they wore tuxedos and Florence was fired.
October 1
Interview with a newspaper reporter from the Las Vegas News Bureau in Diana’s suite at the Flamingo. 
October 12
Single “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” released.
October (-)
The Coca-Cola campaign is close to the end of its second year: a new campaign is planned around this time for 1967 with many artists including the Supremes. New Supremes’ spots are probably recorded for the occasion. 
October 19
- Recording session for “Leave It In The Hand Of Love” (unreleased) according to Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl” but it’s unlikely a vocal session because of the Flamingo engagement. The booklet of “The Supremes Sing H-D-H” confirms it's only a track session and even though originally assigned to the Supremes, it was reassigned to Martha & the Vandellas (on their album “Ridin' High” in 1968).
- End of the engagement at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas.
October 21-24
See October 28-November 3 about the recording session of “Rodgers & Hart”.
October 22
- LP “Supremes A Go Go” reaches # 1 on pop charts. (October 21 according to the booklet of "A Go Go Expanded", but the Billboard chart is the one of October 22).
- Taping of “The Hollywood Palace” (broadcast October 29).
October 24-26
Recording sessions (vocals) in Detroit for the album “The Supremes Holland-Dozier-Holland” according to a fan club newsletter.
The dates of those sessions are most probably erroneously extended beyond October 28 as the Supremes flew to Los Angeles to records songs for the “Sing Rodgers & Hart” (see Oct 28-Nov 3).
October 24
Lead vocals on “The Shadows Of Your Smile”.
October 25
Lead vocals on “The Sound Of Music”, “Tender Is The Night”. See also August 11.
October 24 or 25
Lead vocals on “Strangers In The Night”, “Love (Makes Me Do Foolish Things)”, “My Guy” and “Old Love” (the latter was erased when the Four Tops recorded their vocals).
October 26
Background vocals on “The Sound Of Music and “My Guy”.
October 28
Concert at the Pershing Auditorium in Lincoln, NE. 
Oct 28-Nov 3
Vocals recording sessions for the LP “The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart” in Los Angeles.
October 29
- TV show “The Hollywood Palace” (taped October 22). 
- LP “Supremes A Go Go” still # 1. 
November 1-7
Series of College one nighters. 
November 1
College concert – location unknown. 
November 2
College concert – location unknown. 
November 3
Concert at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento, CA.
November 4
Concert at the Franklin & Marshall College (student union building) in Lancaster, PA. 
November 5
Concert at the Recreation Hall, University Park, PA (2 shows). 
November 6
Concert at the St. Joseph’s College in Philadelphia, PA. 
November 7
Concerts at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, NY presented by the Iona College Institute for Arts.  Two shows at 7:00 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.
This day is erroneously credited as a days off by the Fan Newsletter. This concert must have been added after the release of the newsletter. 
November 8
Day off.
November 9-20
Engagement at the Blinstrub’s in Boston, MA.
Possible conflict with the recording sessions between those dates. 
November 13
Additional overdubs on ““Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone”, most probably by the Andantes because of the Blinstrub’s engagement. 
November 17
Background vocals on “If I Ruled The World”, “Tender Is The Night”, “The Shadows Of Your Smile” (songs for the shelved album “From Broadway To Hollywood”), and “Strangers In The Night”, “Love (Makes Me Do Foolish Things)” and “Old Love” (the latter was erased) by the Andantes. See also August 11.
November 19
 “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” reaches # 1 on pop charts.
November 22-27
Concerts (nightly and twice nightly on Friday 25th, Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th) at the Memorial Coliseum during the Auto-show in Portland, Oregon. 
November 26
“You Keep Me Hangin’ On” still # 1.
November 27
An “Ed Sullivan Show” is listed in Mary Wilson’s biography and is also mentioned in the newspaper KFWB/98 Hitline (August 23, 1966 issue) and in the Indianapolis Recorded (June 25, 1966 issue) as part of a contract of three appearances for the new Ed Sullivan season (episodes on September 25, November 27 and January 22, 1967). This episode was postponed to December 4 as the latter is not mentioned. The episode scheduled on January 22, 1967 was also postponed.
November 31
Lead vocals on “If I Ruled The World” (song for the shelved album “From Broadway To Hollywood”).
December (-)
Recording sessions (overdubs) in Detroit for the LP “The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart”.
December 1
Command performance in the Barbados (British West Indies) to celebrate its independence, in presence of Duke and Duchess of Kent.
December 2 & 3
Rehearsals for the Ed Sullivan show in New York (broadcast December 4). 
December 4
TV show “The Ed Sullivan Show”. See also November 27.
Dec (betw. 5-18)
Recording of the “Ice Capade Special”. See also February 13, 1967.
December 18
Lead and background vocals on “L’Amore Verra” (sung in Italian).
December 19
Lead and background vocals on “Se Il Filo Spezzerai” (sung in Italian).
December 22
TV show “Swingin' Time” hosted by Robin Seymour (local Detroit tv show).
Dec 23-Jan 1
Engagement at the Deauville Hotel in Miami
Mistaken with the Eden Roc Hotel in Mary Wilson’s “Dreamgirl”, Tony Turner’s “All That Glittered” (p.133) and Ribowsky’s “The Supremes, A Saga…” and with a wrong opening date (December 25) in Wilson’s "Dreamgirl" and the booklet of “The Supremes Sing H-D-H Expanded”. Ribowsky is also all wrong when he states on the same page that the Supremes didn’t leave the Detroit area during the first three month of 1967 except to appear on an Sullivan show on January 22, which is also mistaken with the Andy Williams Show. 
December 31
The Supremes at the New Year’s Eve King Orange Jamboree Parade in Miami, FL, also broadcast on TV (at 7:30 p.m. EST).