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Experimental music composer Barney Childs is born in Spokane, Washington, USA.
Under the pseudonym of The Six Jumping Jacks, Harry Reser and his Orchestra record Masculine Women! Feminine Men! and Hooray For The Irish for Brunswick Records in New York City, USA.
Dorothy McGuire is born in Middletown, Ohio, USA. She will find success as a member of The McGuire Sisters, a 1950s trio that will earn its first hit with Sincerely and become the most popular female singing group of the era.
Joe Raymond's Serenaders play at the St. Valentine's Dance in the Town Hall, Hampton, New Hampshire, USA.
Ronald Jefferson is born in New York City, USA. As jazz drummer Ron Jefferson he will work with Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Charles Mingus and others.
Vincent Lopez And His Casa Lopez Orchestra record In The Middle Of The Night, Moon Dear and Always, for Okeh Records in New York City, USA.
Joe Raymond's Serenaders play at the St. Valentine's Dance in the Town Hall, Hampton, New Hampshire, USA.
Ronald Jefferson is born in New York City, USA. As jazz drummer Ron Jefferson he will work with Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, Charles Mingus and others.
Stan Greening And His Band record In A Little Rendezvous for Regal Records in London, UK. The track will be released under the pseudonym of The Corona Dance Band.