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On their first national tour, country music stars The Sons Of The Pioneers play the second of two nights in Strand, Altoon, Pennsylvania, USA.
Count Basie And His Orchestra play at The Mayor Of Bronzeville Ball in The Savoy Ballroom, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Michael “Tunes” Antunes, saxophonist of The Beaver Brown Band, is born in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, USA.
Bobby Hatfield, one half of 60s hit-makers The Righteous Brothers, is born in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, USA.
Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra, with vocalist Frank Sinatra, continue with their fourteen–week engagement at The Astor Hotel, New York City, USA.
Brent Arthur Titcomb is born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He will find success as folk musician Brent Titcomb in the mid-60s band 3's A Crowd, and later as a solo performer. As a songwriter his songs will be recorded by Anne Murray, Andy Williams, Glen Campbell and The Osmond Brothers.
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra play the final night of a week at the Surf Beach Club, Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA.
Jerry Kennedy is born in Shreveport, Louisiana, USA. He will find success as a country music record producer and guitarist, working with Roger Miller, The Statler Brothers, Tom T. Hall, Reba McEntire and Jeannie C. Riley to name but a few.
Ambrose And His Mayfair Hotel Orchestra, with Anne Shelton on vocal, record Fools Rush In, for Decca Records in London, England, UK.
The Raffles Orchestra plays for a 'Special Dinner And Dance' at The Raffles Hotel, Singapore, Asia.