Welcome to MusicDayz

The world's largest online archive of date-sorted music facts, bringing day-by-day facts instantly to your fingertips.
Find out what happened on your or your friends' Birthday, Wedding Day, Anniversary or just discover fun facts in musical areas that particularly interest you.
Please take a look around.

Showing all 33 Facts found
Click to filter results

Filter to between years

Topic:

Genre:

Location:

The American-Yiddish musical revue Bagels And Yox is playing at The Holiday Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 208 performances.
The Irving Berlin musical and political satire Call Me Madam is playing at The Coliseum, London, England, UK, during a run of 485 performances. Main cast members are Billie Worth (Sally Adams), Anton Walbrook (Cosmo), Jeff Warren (Ken Gibson) and Shani Wallis (Princess Maria). Songs include The Hostess with the Mostes', It's a Lovely Day Today, The Ocarina, They Like Ike and You're Just in Love.
The musical revue New Faces Of 1952, is presented at The Royale Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 365 performances. The revue is perhaps best remembered because it features Eartha Kitt making her Broadway debut with the spectacular song, Monotonous, based on real events in her life.
The musical comedy Wish You Were Here, is presented at The Imperial Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 598 performances.
The musical Love From Judy is playing at The Saville Theatre, London, England, UK, during a run of 594 performances. The cast includes Jean Carson (Judy), Linda Gray (Grace), Bill O'Connor (Jervis) and Adelaide Hall (Butterfly) and songs including I Never Dream When I'm Asleep, Dear Daddy Long-Legs, Here We Are and A Touch of Voodoo.
The revue An Evening With Beatrice Lillie is presented at The Booth Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 276 performances. As well as its actress-singer star, the show features piano duettists Eddie And Rack.
Max Bygraves is appearing in the revue Wonderful Time at The Palladium, London, England, UK, with The Billy Cotton Band, The Bernard Brothers and Joy Nichols.
Frankie Masters And His Orchestra are playing for the Ice Show - Calendar Capers - at The Boulevard Room of The Conrad Hilton Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Irish tenor Bill Dwyer is appearing at Club Alabam, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Violinist Gene Pringle And His Orchestra with 'songstress' Lilli Malloy is playing at The Lotus Room, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Frankie Laine and Jeri Southern are appearing at The Chicago Theater, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Ray Pearl And His Orchestra, featuring Lois Costello and Bill Barlowe, are playing at The Trianon Ballroom, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Muggsy Spanier is playing at The Blue Note, Chicago, Illinois, USA, with The Johnny Allen Trio.
"Piano humourist" Hots Michaels is appearing at The Sherman Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Joan Blondell and Robert Shackleton are starring in the "Happy Musical Show" A Tree Grows In Brooklyn, at The Shubert Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
The musical comedy revue Hold Everything is presented at The Empire Room, Palmer House Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, USA, featuring Joe Howard, Leo De Lyon, Nat Brandwynne And His Orchestra, Bambi Lynn, Rod Alexander, McCaffrey And Susanne, Betty Lorraine, Bob De Voye, The Abbott Dancers, Earl Barton, Patricia Manning, Tom Morgan, Larry Allen and The Trio Bassi.
Eddy Howard And His Orchestra are playing at The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Sonny Thompson And His Orchestra are playing during a string of dates in Columbus, Ohio, USA.
Joni James is playing at Blinstrub's, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Austin Powell and The James Boys Quartet are playing during two weeks of shows at The Ebony Club, Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
Carmen Cavallaro And His Quartet are playing during two weeks at The Night And Day Club, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, South America, with a wage packet of $4,000 per week.
Hank Penny and Jaye P. Morgan record Fan It and That's My Weakness Now, at RCA Victor Studio, 1016 North Sycamore Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Under the Jazz At The Philharmonic banner, Lester Young, Flip Phillips, Roy Eldridge, Hank Jones, Ray Brown, Max Roach and an uncredited Irving Ashby on guitar play a live concert in Frankfurt, Germany, Europe.
The Ames Brothers are playing at The Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with George Arnold's Rhythm On Ice Revue and Max Adkins Orchestra.
Phil Cardew And His Corn Huskers with The Tanner Sisters and The Hoedowners are heard on the BBC Light Programme radio show Happy Hoe-Down in the UK.
Elfriede Rupp is born in Dornbirn, Vorarlberg, Austria, Europe. She will find success as schlager singer Elfi Graf.
Violinist, clarinetist, alto saxophonist and swing band leader Mal Hallett dies, after a life blighted by alcoholism, of a heart attack in hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
The Sons Of The Pioneers perform On The Rhythm Range, Bonaparte's Retreat, A Summer Night's Rain and other songs, on their KHJ-Mutual radio series The Lucky-U Ranch, in Los Angeles, California, USA.
The Sonny Stitt Quartet records They Say It's Wonderful, Why Do I Love You?, Symphony Hall Swing and Sonny's Bunny for Savoy Records in New York City, USA.
Dean Martin records his first studio LP, Dean Martin Sings in Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Duke Ellington is playing at Birdland, New York City, USA.
Virginia O'Brien, Danny Davis and The Cy Coleman Trio are appearing at Cafe Society, New York City, USA.
The Rev. Charles Watkins records No Night There, My Change, Heaven On My Mind and All Alone Oh Lord, for Savoy Records in New York City, USA.