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Nov 01
1898

Successful blues and jazz singer and recording artist of the 20s and 30s, Beulah ?Sippie? Wallace is born in Houston, Texas, USA. (1898)

Nov 01
1913

Ronald Dennis Pountain is born in Derby, UK. He will find fame as Denny Dennis, one of the most popular British vocalists of the dance band era. (1913)

Nov 01
1925

The Piccadilly Revels autumn show, during a two month run at The Piccadilly Hotel, London, UK, stars American singers Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake, dancing duo Carl Hyson and Peggy Harris, singer Jane Green and Bee Jackson [billed as ?the champion shimmy shaker and Charleston dancer from America?]. (1925)

Nov 01
1926

Lou Donaldson is born in Badin, North Carolina, USA. As well as enjoying a memorable solo career, he will play saxophone for Milt Jackson, Thelonious Monk, Art Blakey and Charles Mingus. (1926)

Nov 01
1926

Alfredo's New Princes Orchestra records Elle A Mis Son Smoking, in London, UK, for Edison Bell's Winner Records. (1926)

Nov 01
1926

Art Landry and His Orchestra record I Don't Mind Being All Alone, for Victor Records in New York City, USA. (1926)

Nov 01
1926

The Original Indiana Five record Brown Sugar, Brown Pepper and There Ain't No Maybe In My Baby's Eyes for Bell Records in New York City, USA. (1926)

Nov 01
1926

Vocalist Jane Green with the The Leroy Shield Orchestra records Won't Be Long Before He Belongs To Me, Hard-To-Get Gertie and If I'd Only Believed In You, for Victor Records in New York City, USA. (1926)

Nov 01
1926

Jack Hylton And His Orchestra record I Couldn't Blame You and Dreamily, for HMV Records in the Small Queen's Hall, London, UK. (1926)

Nov 01
1926

Lou Donaldson is born in Badin, North Carolina, USA. He will play saxophone for Milt Jackson, Thelonious Monk, Art Blakey and Charles Mingus. (1926)

Nov 01
1929

Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Hotel Dance Band records Sleepy Valley, Lady Divine and Pagan Love Song, in London, UK, for Victory Records. (1929)

Nov 01
1929

Rudy Starita records Lonesome Little Doll, Blossom Time and Ragamuffin for Columbia Records in London, UK. (1929)

Nov 01
1929

Jazz cornet virtuoso Bix Beiderbecke spends the nineteenth of 36 nights in the Keeley Institute, Dwight, Illinois, USA, being treated for delerium tremens caused by his heavy drinking. (1929)

Nov 01
1931

Bennie Moten and His Orchestra play the first of six nights at the Lafayette Theatre, New York City. (1931)

Nov 01
1931

Bennie Moten and His Orchestra play the first of six nights at The Lafayette Theatre, New York City , USA. (1931)

Nov 01
1935

Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra play at Connie's Inn, New York City, USA. (1935)

Nov 01
1936

Garth Green and his Orchestra play the twelfth of sixteen nights in The Cooper Club, Henderson, Texas, USA. (1936)

Nov 01
1937

Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra, with Billie Holiday on vocals, record Can?t Help Lovin? Dat Man, Nice Work If You Can Get It and other tracks for Brunswick Records in New York City, USA. (1937)

Nov 01
1940

The Glenn Miller Orchestra plays at Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City, USA. (1940)

Nov 01
1944

Pancho's Orchestra is fulfilling a residency at La Martinique, New York City, USA. (1944)
Nov 01
1945

Frankie Carle plays at the Pennsylvania Hotel, New York City, USA. (1945)

Nov 01
1948

Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra play in Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City, USA. (1948)

Nov 01
1954

The Benny Goodman Orchestra performs Sing, Sing, Sing live on Caesar's Hour on NBC tv in the USA. (1954)

Nov 01
1954

Joe Loss and his Orchestra record Mr Sandman for His Master's Voice Records in London, UK. (1954)

Nov 01
1954

Doris Day and Frank Sinatra release a new 10" LP, Young at Heart, on Columbia Records in the USA. the album consists of songs from the soundtrack of the movie Young at Heart. (1954)

Nov 01
1958

  When Miles Davis plays at the Spotlight Lounge, Washington, DC, the show is broadcast live on radio. (1958)

Nov 01
1958

Big Joe Turner plays at the Dew Drop, New Orleans, Louisiana. (1958)

Nov 01
1958

Cyril Stapleton And His Show Band play at The Festival Hall, Kirkby In Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, UK. (1958)

Nov 01
1959

The Charles Mingus Tentet records Diane, Song With Orange, Mill Valley and other tracks for Columbia Records in New York City, USA. (1959)

Nov 01
1961

The Riverside Jazz Stars, including Clark Terry and Blue Mitchell, spend the second of two days recording the album A Jazz Version Of Kean, for Riverside Records in New York City, USA. (1961)

Nov 01
1961

Boogie-woogie pianist Meade Lux Lewis records the album, The Blues Piano Artistry Of Meade Lux Lewis, for Riverside Records in New York City, USA. (1961)

Nov 01
1961

Jazz saxophonist Steve Lacy, with Don Cherry on trumpet, records the album Evidence, for New Jazz Records in New York City, USA. (1961)

Nov 01
1962

Mr Acker Bilk and his Paramount Jazz Band play at McIlroy?s Ballroom, Swindon. (1962)

Nov 01
1962

Thelonious Monk records Body And Soul and Bright Mississippi at Columbia Records 30th Street Studios, New York City, USA. (1962)

Nov 01
1965

Thelonious Monk plays the first of four nights at The Colonial Tavern, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (1965)

Nov 01
1969

Pioneering British jazz-rock band Jon Hiseman's Colosseum play at the Prague Jazz Festival, Prague, Czechoslovakia, Europe. (1969)

Nov 01
1969

The Jazz Expo 69 concert at Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK, is headlined by the Miles Davis Quintet. (1969)

Nov 01
1974

Weather Report play at The Memorial Hall, Kansas City, Missouri, USA. (1974)

Nov 01
1977

Weather Report play at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA. (1977)

Nov 01
1992

Jazz saxophonist Tommy Smith comes to the end of an eight-date UK tour at the Everyman Theatre, Liverpool. (1992)

Nov 01
1997

The compilation CD, A Chicago Jazz Tour, is released in the USA. Featuring several contemporary Chicago-based jazz acts, it is described as 'the definitive guide to the clubs and artists making the scene in the Windy City' (1997)

Nov 01
2000

Carleen Anderson plays the first of two nights at The Jazz Cafe, London, UK. (2000)

Nov 1
2003

Malmesbury-raised jazz star Jamie Cullum enters the UK albums chart for the first time with his second album, Twentysomething, which will become the fastest-selling jazz album in British chart history, peaking at No5 during a nine-week run. (2003)

Nov 01
2010

The Richard Page Trio plays at Le Petit Chicago, Vieux-Hull, Quebec, Canada. (2010)