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The Seven Blue BabiesThe Seven Blue Babies record If I Give Up The Saxophone and Please Don't Cut Out My Sauerkraut for Edison Diamond Discs in New York City, USA.
The cast of the American production of the successful play Porgy leaves New York City on the S.S. Columbus, bound for London, UK, where the show will open at His Majesty's Theatre in early April. Porgy will become the basis for the George Gershwin opera Porgy And Bess.
Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra do a live broadcast from radio station WABC in New York City, USA. Among the songs they perform are Nola, Blue Hawaii and Rhapsody In Blue.
The Trix Sisters record Negro Complaints for Columbia Records in London, UK. At the same session, Helen Trix with The Gilt-Edged Four records Digga Digga Doo, and Josephine Trix with The Gilt-Edged Four records I Must Have That Man. Also The Trix Sisters with The Gilt-Edged Four record Carolina Moon and That's The Good Old Sunny South.
The No1 song in the USA on this date is A Precious Little Thing Called Love by George Olsen And His Music.
Harold Raymond Scott is born in Bicknell, Indiana, USA. He will enjoy a career as a rockabilly music singer, songwriter and recording artist with his group Ray Scott And the Demens. His best-remembered composition is Flyin' Saucers Rock'n'Roll, a 1957 hit for Billy Lee Riley and His Little Green Men.
The cast of the American production of the successful play Porgy leaves New York City on the S.S. Columbus, bound for London, UK, where the show will open at His Majesty's Theatre in early April. Porgy will become the basis for the George Gershwin opera Porgy And Bess.
Katharine Lee Bates, writer of the lyric to the much-loved song America The Beautiful, dies aged 70 in Wellesley, Massachsuetts, USA.
The Seven Blue Babies record If I Give Up The Saxophone and Please Don't Cut Out My Sauerkraut for Edison Diamond Discs in New York City, USA.
The Trix Sisters record Negro Complaints for Columbia Records in London, UK. At the same session, Helen Trix with The Gilt-Edged Four records Digga Digga Doo, and Josephine Trix with The Gilt-Edged Four records I Must Have That Man. Also, The Trix Sisters with The Gilt-Edged Four record Carolina Moon and That's The Good Old Sunny South.
Jazz saxophonist Maurice Simon is born in Houston, Texas, USA. He will work with Illinois Jacquet, Sonny Stitt, Helen Humes, Duke Ellington, Fats Domino and others.
Jack Hylton and his Orchestra, record Let's Fall In Love, The Banjo [That Man Joe Plays], What Is This Thing Called Love? and Looking At You, HMV Records in The Queens Small Hall, London, UK.
A new radio receiver, the Radiola 33, is introduced in the USA at a price of $77.50.
Harry Bidgood And His Broadcasters record Carolina Moon and Just Plain Folk, for Vocalion Records in London, UK. Bidgood is perhaps better known as an accordian bandleader under his pseudonym of Primo Scala.
Jack Hylton and his Orchestra, record Let's Fall In Love, The Banjo [That Man Joe Plays], What Is This Thing Called Love? and Looking At You, HMV Records in The Queens Small Hall, London, UK.