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Lillian Burkhart And Company, The Beaus And Belles Octet, Gardiner And Vincent, Kronau's White Tscherkess Trio, Milly Capell, Esther Fee, Green And Werner and The Brothers French are appearing at The Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco, California, USA.
Andre Claveau is born in Paris, France, Europe. He will become a very popular singer in France from the 1940s to 1960s, and will win the Eurovision Song Contest in 1958 singing "Dors, mon amour" [Sleep My Love].
Django Reinhardt and Jean Sablon record The Continental in Paris, France, Europe.
The James Moody Quintet records Deep Purple, More Than You Know, I Cover The Waterfront and other tracks for Disques Vogue, in Paris, France, Europe.
The Sidney Bechet All-Stars record Petite Fleur, That Old Black Magic, Because Of You, I Get A Kick Out Of You, Blues, Girl's Dance and It's No Sin, for Disques Vogue in Paris, France, Europe. Petite Fleur will become his best-known song.
The Dizzy Gillespie Sextet plays at Theatre Des Champs-Elysees, Paris, France, Europe.
Frank Sinatra records Nice'n'Easy, I Love Paris and other tracks in Capitol Records Studios, Los Angeles, USA, under the direction of Nelson Riddle.
Les Chats Sauvages avec Dick Rivers release a new LP, Les Chats Sauvages, on Pathe Records in France, Europe.
Ray Charles plays at The Palais Des Congres, Lyons, France, Europe.
American music trade magazine Billboard reports on the international success of the new teenage dance craze, The Twist, noting that in France, Europe, there are currently no less than forty five different twist-related singles on the market.
Petula Clark begins a British tour in Maidstone, England, UK, Europe,supported by The Allisons, whose co-lead singer Bob Day was born in Trowbridge, Wiltshire. Also on the bill are Jimmy Justice, Emile Ford and The Checkmates.
Gene Vincent plays at Le Palais des Sports, Toulouse, France, Europe, backed by The Sunlights.
The Beatles' three-week season continues at L'Olympia, Paris, supported by Trini Lopez and Sylvie Vartan.
Ella Fitzgerald plays the second of two nights at the 5th Antibes Jazz Festival, Juan-Les-Pins, Cote d'Azur, France, Europe. The show is recorded for Verve Records and tracks will be released on the album Ella At Juan-Les-Pins.
Dionne Warwick plays the seventeenth night in a three-week season at L'Olympia, Paris, France, Europe.
On the last night of a three-week run at The Queen's Theatre, London, England, UK, Europe, Marlene Dietrich records the album Dietrich In London for Pye Records.
French chanteuse Francoise Hardy appears on UK tv pop show Thank Your Lucky Stars.
Petula Clark plays in Ostende, Belgium, Europe.
Barbra Streisand returns to Columbia Records’ Studio A, New York City, USA, with producer Michel Legrand to record six songs - C'est Si Bon, What Now My Love (unreleased), Autumn Leaves, Once Upon A Summertime, a Valse des Lilas (Once Upon A Summertime) (unreleased) and Love And Learn. She is said to have recorded 28 takes of Autumn Leaves and, when asked why by Legrand, explained it was "Just for the pleasure of it."
Marlene Dietrich plays at The Ahmanson Theater, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Filming of The Rolling Stones for French avant-garde director Jean-Luc Godard's documentary film One By One continues at Olympic Studios, London, England, UK, Europe. The film will eventually be released under the title Sympathy For The Devil.
Petula Clark plays the third of seven nights at The O'Keefe Centre, Toronto, Canada.
The Police play at the Nashville, Paris, France, Europe. While in the city, the band's leader, Sting, takes a stroll through the red light district and comes up with the idea of writing a song entitled Roxanne, about falling in love with a prostitute.
Pop vocalist and singer-songwriter Joe Dassin dies of a heart attack while on holiday in Tahiti, French Polynesia, Southern Pacific.
Jean-Luc Ponty releases a new album, Individual Choice, in the USA on Atlantic Records.
The biographical drama movie Mask, starring Cher, opens at cinemas in France, Europe.
On her first British tour, Anne Pigalle plays at The Venue, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, Europe.
Heloise Letissler is born in Nantes, France, Europe. She will find success as leader of Christine And The Queens.
Michael Jackson releases his Moonwalker video in France, Europe.
Petula Clark opens in the musical show Someone Like You at The Strand Theatre, London, UK. It will run for just over one month.
The opening scenes of the movie In Bed With Madonna are filmed in her hotel room on the day after the final show of her Blond Ambition Tour in Nice, France, Europe.
Phoenix release their fourth album, Wofgang Amadeus Phoenix, on V2/Co-operative/Loyaute Records.
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Cool jazz musician and author Mike Zwerin dies aged 79, after a long blood-related illness, in Paris, France, Europe. In a long and acclaimed career, Zwerin worked with Miles Davis, Art Blakey, Maynard Ferguson and many others.
The second day of the V Festival is held at Hylands Park, Chelmsford, UK. Artists appearing today include Kasabian, Faithless, Pet Shop Boys, The Prodigy, Air and Imogen Heap.
The Horrors play at The Bataclan, Paris, France, Europe.
When P. Diddy pitches his new music cable network, Revolt TV, at a VIP lunch in Cannes, France, Europe, attended by big names including Pepsi chief marketing officer Frank Cooper, BBDO's CEO John Osborn and Starcom MediaVest's Global CEO Laura Desmond, he forcefully retracts an anti-advertising remark he made the previous day. 'First of all,' he tells them, 'I want to say I love commercials, I love commercials.'
On The Wall Tour 2013, Roger Waters plays at The Stade De France, Paris, France, Europe, UK.
The Rolling Stones play at Stade de France, Paris, France, Europe.
Richie Sambora plays at The Bataclan, Paris, France, USA.
Stevie Wonder plays at Théâtre Antique, Vienne, France, Europe.
During their AM Tour, Arctic Monkeys play at Rock En Seine Festival, Paris, France, Europe.
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga release an album of duets, Cheek To Cheek, in the UK and France, Europe.
On their Drones World Tour, Muse play the first of six nights at AccorHotels Arena, Paris, France, Europe.
On their 113-date Concrete and Gold tour, Foo Fighters play at the AccorHotels Arena, Paris, France, Europe.
On their No Filter tour, The Rolling Stones play at The Stadtpark, Hamburg, Germany, Europe.
Alec Benjamin plays at Le Trabendo, Paris, France, Europe, supported by Boy In Space.
Car avan Palace play at The O2 Academy 1, Bristol, England, UK, Europe.
On her Madame X tour, Madonna plays the twelfth of fourteen shows at Le Grand Rex, Paris, France, Europe.
Deep Purple play at Zenith, Lille, France, Europe.