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Vocalist and banjo player Lou Abelardo records Just You Just Me, I Don't Want Your Kisses and other tracks for Decca Records in London, UK. None of the tracks are issued.
Jack And Tony record I Still Have A Place In My Heart For You, Since I Gave My Heart To You, You're My Old-Fashioned Sweetheart and The Burial Of The Miner's Child, for OKeh Records in New York City, USA.
Despite having been a financial failure out of town in 1927, a revamped version of the stage musical Strike Up The Band, written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, opens at The Times Square Theatre on Broadway in New York City, USA, where it will become a resounding success.
The Elio Rietti Jazz Band records Mi Unico Amor and Manton De Manila for Victor Records in Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America.
Jazz trumpeter and composer Kenny Wheeleris born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Asa Martin and Fiddlin' Doc Roberts record All That I've Got's Done Gone and Drunken Man's Dream for Champion Records in Gennett Recording Studio, Starr Piano Company Building, Whitewater Gorge Park, Richmond, Indiana, USA.
Johnny Grande, pianist and founder member of Bill Haley And His Comets, is born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Joy McKean is born in Singleton, New South Wales, Australia. She will find success as one half of the country music duo The McKean Sisters.
Hillbilly and rockabilly vocalist Jimmy Johnson is born in Smith County, Texas, USA.