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Charlie Barnet records Southern Fried for Bluebird Records in New York City, USA.
Connie Haines, known as The Nightingale From Savannah, records Two Dreams Met and When I Saw You, with The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, in New York City, USA, for RCA Victor Records.
Frank Sinatra and the Tommy Dorsey Orchesta record Shadows On The Sand, You're Breaking My Heart All Over Again and I'd Know You Anywhere, for RCA Victor Records in New York City, USA.
Duke Ellington And His Orchestra play in The Panther Room at The Hotel Sherman, Chicago, Illinois, USA. The show is broadcast live on radio.
Count Basie And His Orchestra play in The Cooper Club, Henderson, Texas, USA.
The Carlisle Brothers record Somewhere Somebody's Waiting For You, You'll Never Know, Will You Always Love Me Darling, Three Women To Every Man, A Dollar's All I Crave and Nobody Cares for Decca Records in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.
Ray Noble And His Orchestra, with The Merriel Abbott Dude Ranch Revue, plays at The Empire Room, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
The musical Hold On To Your Hats, starring Al Jolson, is prresented at The Shubert Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 158 performances.
The musical revue Sim Sala Bim, with words and music by Alvin H. Jansen, is playing at The Morosco Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 54 performances.
The Irving Berlin musical Louisiana Purchase is presented at The Imperial Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 444 performances.
Kitty Carlisle is the headline act at Chez Paree, Chicago, Illinois, USA, with orchestral accompaniment by Emil Coleman.
Woody Guthrie writes a letter to folklorist and producer Alan Lomax, bringing him up to date on his latest news, and revealing that Cisco Houston is visiting him in New York City, and learning to play his guitar.
Gene Krupa, with vocalist Anita O'Day, records I Hear Music for OKeh Records in New York City, USA.
Winston George Sparkes is born in Jubilee Hospital Kingston, Jamaica, Caribbean. He will find success as a reggae DJ under the name of King Stitt.