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Dan Russo and the Oriole Orchestra record An Old Italian Love Song and [You Made Me Love You] Why Did You? for Brunswick Records at the Merchandise Mart studios in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Humourous singing duo Billy Jones and Ernest Hare, aka The Happiness Boys, release their final recording for Edison Records, It Ain't No Fault Of Mine/She Has A Little Dimple On Her Chin, in the USA.
A group of nine prominent bandleaders from the USA and Canada meet in New York City to form the American Bandmasters Association which will become a hugely influential organisation. The nine founders are Edwin Franko Goldman, composer, conductor and founder of the Goldman Band; Charles Benter, Director of the United States Navy Band, Washington, D. C.; J. J. Gagnier, Director of His Majesty's Grenadier Guards Band, Montreal, Canada; Victor J. Grabel, Conductor of the Chicago Concert Band; Albert Austin Harding, Director of Bands at the University of Illinois; Richard B. Hayward, Director of the Toronto Concert Band, Toronto, Canada; Charles O'Neill, Director of the Royal 22nd Regiment Band, Quebec, Canada; Arthur Pryor, Director of Arthur Pryor's Band, New York, NY; and Frank Simon, Director of the ARMCO Band, Middletown, Ohio.
Cecil Moore is born on a farm six miles from Luling, Texas, USA. He will find success as an artist signed to the local label Sarg Records, and in 1964 will release the label's biggest hit, Diamond Back.