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Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra, with vocalist Frank Sinatra, continue with their fourteen–week engagement at The Astor Hotel, New York City, USA.
Uwe Nettelbeck is born in Mannheim, Germany, Europe. He will find success as a record producer, journalist and film critic, best-known as the creator and producer of the pioneering krautrock band, Faust.
When Jim Holbert sings the railroad ballad Casey Jones, at the Visalia FSA Camp, California, USA, his performance is recorded for posterity by Charles L. Todd and Robert Sonkin. The recording will be preserved at The American Folklife Center, Library of Congress in Washington DC, USA.
The Alec Wilder Quartet records His First Long Pants, for CBS Records in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Yodelling cowboy Elton Britt records Sierra Sue, Darling What Do You Care, Goodby Little Darlin' Goodbye and I'll Never Smile Again for Bluebird Records in New York City, USA.
Al Jolson, Martha Raye, Ruby Keeler, Jack Whiting and "America's Most Beautiful Girls" are appearing in the musical comedy Hold On To Your Hats at The Grand Opera House, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra play the fourth night of a week at the Surf Beach Club, Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA.
Horace Heidt And His Musical Knights record The Stars And Stripes Forever and God Bless America for Columbia Records in Los Angeles, California, USA.