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The musical revue Artists And Models Of 1927, is playing at The Winter Garden Theatre on Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 151 performances.
Earl 'Fatha' Hines records Blues In Thirds, Chicago Highlife. Stowaway, Chimes In Blues and other tracks for QRS Records in Long Island City, Queens, New York State, USA.
During a broadcast of the WSM Barn Dance on radio station WSM in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, presenter George D. Hay quips, "For the past hour we have been listening to music taken largely from Grand Opera, but from now on we will present the Grand Ole Opry." The joke sticks and the show will find lasting fame as The Grand Ole Opry.
Earl 'Fatha' Hines records his first version of A Monday Date for QRS Records in Long Island City, Queens, New York State, USA.
Earl 'Fatha' Hines records his first version of A Monday Date for QRS Records in Long Island City, Queens, New York State, USA.
Good-timey North-Texas dance combo, The Dallas String Band with mandolin virtuoso Coley Jones, record Hokum Blues for Columbia Records in Dallas, Texas, USA.
Vocalist and guitarist Otis Harris records Waking Blues for Columbia Records in Dallas, Texas, USA.