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Jul 24
1914

Prince's Band records Memphis Blues, written by W.C. Handy, for Columbia Records in the USA. (1914)

Jul 24
1937

Blind Jesse Harris records Stagolee and Duncan And Brady in Livingston, Alabama, USA. The recording is archived by the Library Of Congress. (1937)

Jul 24
1942

The Son Simms Four, with Muddy Waters on guitar and vocal, record Rosalie in Stovall, Mississippi, USA. Alan Lomax is producer, for Library Of Congress Recordings. (1942)

Jul 24
1954

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

Jul 24
1956

James Brown records Just Won't Do Right and Let's Make It at King Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. (1956)

Jul 24
1958

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

Jul 24
1960

Wade Walton And Robert Curtis Smith record Barbershop Rhythm for Arhoolie Records, in Wade Walton's barber shop, Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA. (1960)

Jul 24
1964

The Rolling Stones release a new single, It's All Over Now, in the USA. The song is written by Bobby Womack and Shirley Womack, and was first released by The Valentinos. (1964)

Jul 24
1964

The Animals play at The Attic, Hounslow, UK, and appear on tv show Ready Steady Go. (1964)

Jul 24
1964

A riot erupts at a Rolling Stones concert in The Empress Ballroom, Blackpool, UK, when Keith Richards aims a kick at a fan who scrambled onto the stage. ?2,000 worth of Stones gear is smashed by angry teenagers. (1964)

Jul 24
1964

The Yardbirds, with Eric Clapton on lead guitar, play at The Marquee Club, Wardour Street, Soho, London, UK. (1964)