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Jul 29
1929

Vocal and guitar duet Mae Glover and John Byrd record Gas Man Blues for Champion Records in Richmond, Indiana, USA. (1929)

Jul 29
1938

Maxine Sullivan, accompanied by by Claude Thornhill And His Orchestra, records St. Louis Blues, Spring Is Here and other tracks in New York City, USA. (1938)

Jul 29
1954

The Robins, later to find international fame as The Coasters, play the eighth night of two weeks at The Trocadero, Hollywood, California, USA. (1954)

Jul 29
1958

Bill Doggett plays at the Flame Lounge, Detroit, Michigan, USA. (1958)

Jul 29
1959

At Chess Studio, Chicago, Illinois, Chuck Berry records Let It Rock and other tracks. On the same day, The Isley Brothers, produced by Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore, record Shout Parts 1 and 2, for RCA Records in New York City. (1959)

Jul 29
1960

Ray Charles plays the third night in a week of shows at The Cloisters Hotel, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. (1960)

Jul 29
1960

The Coasters, with producers Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, record Thumbin' A Ride and Dog Face, for Atlantic Records. (1960)

Jul 29
1961

At Chess Studio, Chicago, Illinois, USA, Chuck Berry records Come On, Go Go Go and other tracks. Come On will be covered by The Rolling Stones, giving them their first hit single in the UK. (1961)

Jul 29
1963

The Mann-Hugg Blues Brothers, later to become Manfred Mann, play at The Marquee Club, London, UK, supported by Chris Farlowe. (1963)