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The logo of the Victor Recording Company [later to become RCA Victor Records
], showing the dog Nipper looking into the horn of a gramophone, is registered as a trademark, and will become associated with the His Master's Voice label.
Pinchas Goldfein is born in Sosnowitz, Poland, Europe. He will find success in Germany as dance band leader and recording artist Paul Godwin
, respected European jazz pianist, orchestra leader and recording artist, is born in Rotterdam, Holland, Europe.
The Original Dixieland Jazz band
begins a residency at Reisenweber's Restaurant, 58th Street, New York City, USA. Variety magazine will report that their music is "quite conducive to making the dancers on the floor loosen up and go to the limit in their stepping."
According to his birth certificate, jazz drummer Max Roach
is born on this date in the Township of Newland Pasquotank County, North Carolina, USA. However, Roach's family insists his birth was actually on the 8th.
performs She Loves Me Not on Lux Radio Theater, in the USA. The show also features Joan Blondell, Nan Gray, Sterling Holloway and William Frawley.
and his Orchestra record You Run Your Mouth, I'll Run My Business and Cain And Abel for Decca Records
in New York City, USA.
And His Orchestra are playing at The Astor Roof, New York City, USA.
And His Royal Havana Orchestra are playing at The Colony Club, Chicago, Illinois, USA, with The Four Senators.
And His Orchestra record Twelfth Street Rag, Take The Red Car and I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You for Capitol Records
in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Kitty Kallen opens at The St. Regis Maisonette, New York City, USA, for a four-week engagement.
begins seven nights of shows at The Empire Theatre, Liverpool, UK.
and Jane Wyman with 4 Hits And A Miss and Matty Matlock's All Stars record In The Cool Cool Cool Of The Evening for Decca Records
in Los Angeles, California, USA. The song is recorded for the soundtrack of the film Here Comes The Groom.
The Three Suns play during a season in The Raleigh Room of The Warwick Hotel, New York City, USA.
Singer Jeri Southern
opens for two weeks at El Rancho Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
The albums Still More! Sing Along and Christmas Sing Along by Mitch Miller
are both awarded a Gold Disc in the USA by the R.I.A.A.
, reckoned to have been the most advanced trombonist in the jazz field during the 1920s, dies aged 63, after years of ill-health, in New York City, USA.
begins a cabaret season at The Savoy, London, England, UK, Europe.
The Horace Silver
Quintet is playing at The Sutherland Lounge, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Vocal group The Ellison Singers
record He's Holding Me, Open Up Your Heart, Can You Hide?, This Is The Day, In The Upper Room and Who Is This Man for Sharp Records in the USA.
And His Orchestra play in The Municipal Auditorium, Lubbock, Texas, USA.
records Your Cheatin' Heart, Call Me Irresponsible, Oh Soul Mio and Shangri-la, for Reprise Records in Los Angeles, California, USA. The tracks will appear on his album Pop Goes The Basie.
The Village Stompers, billed as "folk-Dixie" group, play at London House, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
celebrates her 45th birthday by having dinner with Tom Green in the Pump Room of the Ambassador East Hotel, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Jørn Øien, jazz pianist, keyboard player and recording artist, is born in Narvik, Norway, Europe.
Lou Rawls is the guest artist on tonight's edition of The Lulu Show on BBC-tv in the UK.
opens for three weeks at The Royal Box of The Americana Hotel, New York City, USA.
O.C. Smith appears on UK radio series, The Joe Loss
plays at Audley End, Saffron Walden, England, UK.
[National Youth Jazz Orchestra] sells out the first of three nights at Ronnie Scott's
, London, UK.
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
plays at Harrogate International Festival, Harrogate, UK.
Touring in support of her sixth album, Damned Devotion, Joan As Police Woman
plays at The Town Hall, Birmingham, England, UK, Europe.