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Nicola Turturro of New York City, USA, is granted Patent No. 767,023, in respect of his improved design for an instrument of the mandolin type, intended to achieve a largely-increased volume of sound while retaining the peculiar tone quality of the mandolin. His application carries the Serial No. 140,702.
Cajun swamp-pop pioneer Johnnie Allan and his band go duck hunting in Louisiana, USA, with US Senator Bill Cleveland.
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Nora Jane Struthers is born in Fairfax, Virginia, USA. She will find success as a singer-songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Glossy rock monthly Q magazine is published for the first time in the UK. The front cover features Paul McCartney.
Neal Casal releases a new LP, Basement Dreams, in the UK.
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Blues guitarist and singer Seasick Steve releases his second album, Doghouse Music, on Bronzerat Records.
Little Feat play at The IndigO2, Greenwich, England, UK.
Corey Smith plays at The Rendezvous, Monroe, Louisiana, USA.
David Lindley plays the second of two nights at McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica, California, USA.
The Grahams release a new LP, The Grahams And Friends (Live In Studio) on Three Sirens Records.
Anderson East plays at Omeara, London, England, UK, Europe.
After 34 years of continuous publication, UK rock magazine Q publishes its final edition. Founded in 1986 by Smash Hits writers Mark Ellen and David Hepworth, Q's circulation had fallen from 200,000 per month in 2001 to 28,000 per month in 2020.