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Jul 30
1923

Charles A. Matson's Creole Serenaders record 'Tain't Nobody?s Business If I Do, in New York City, USA, for Edison Records. (1923)

Jul 30
1926

Art Landry and His Orchestra record That's Annabelle, For My Sweetheart, While The Years Go Drifting By and Tell Me You Love Me for Victor Records in New York City, USA. (1926)

Jul 30
1929

Ambrose And his Orchestra record Dear Little Cafe, in Chelsea, London, UK, for Decca Records. (1929)

Jul 30
1929

Jim Kelleher's Piccadilly Hotel Dance Band records You're The Cream In My Coffee, Jericho and Glad Rag Doll in London, UK, for Victory Records. (1929)

Jul 30
1932

The Gumm Sisters play the second of three nights at the Fox West Coast Theatre, Long Beach, California. One of the sisters, Frances Gumm, will go on to achieve stardom after a name change to Judy Garland. (1932)

Jul 30
1935

Bert Ambrose and his orchestra with Jack Cooper on vocals, record Lovely To Look At, in London, UK, for Decca Records. At the same session the band records the instrumental Copenhagen. (1935)

Jul 30
1936

Benny Goodman And His Orchestra are in Los Angeles, California, USA, where they are undertaking a two-month engagement at The Palomar Ballroom. (1936)

Jul 30
1936

Jan Garber And His Orchestra record Moonlight On The Bayou and Love Or Infatuation for Decca Records in the USA. (1936)

Jul 30
1936

Benny Goodman and his Orchestra are in Los Angeles, California, USA, where they are undertaking a two-month engagement at The Palomar Ballroom. (1936)

Jul 30
1940

Duke Ellington And His Orchestra play the fifth of six nights at Eastwood Gardens, Detroit, Michigan, USA. (1940)

Jul 30
1940

Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra, with vocalist Frank Sinatra, continue with their fourteen-week engagement at The Astor Hotel, New York City, USA. (1940)

Jul 30
1945

Jerry Wald And His Orchestra play in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA. (1945)

Jul 30
1945

Woody Herman And His Orchestra play at Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania(1945)

Jul 30
1946

The Kenny Kersey Trio record Oh, Lady Be Good, Mohawk Boogie, Sweet Lorraine and Never Can Tell for Savoy Records in New York City, USA. (1946)

Jul 30
1950

Leon McAuliffe and His Western Swing Band record Take It Away, Leon, for OKeh Records in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. (1950)

Jul 30
1950

Duke Ellington And His Orchestra play at Geneva?s Club 86, New York City, USA. (1950)

Jul 30
1955

Vic Lewis And His Orchestra play at The Festival Hall, Kirkby In Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, UK. (1955)

Jul 30
1959

Jazz clarinettist Albert Nicholas releases the album All Star Stompers on Delmark Records in the USA. (1959)

Jul 30
1963

Lou Rawls records the Hoagy Carmichael composition Georgia On My Mind for his album Tobacco Road. (1963)

Jul 30
1966

Jan Garber And His Orchestra play at The Lady Luck Lounge in The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. (1966)

Jul 30
1996

Clarinet and saxophone player Kenny Haries, who was popular for many years on WIBW radio in Topeka, Kansas, USA, dies. He also played with The Jack Cole Orchestra and Ted Fio Rito. (1996)

Jul 30
2010

Natalie Cole plays at the National Palace of Culture, Sofia, Bulgaria. (2010)

Jul 30
2010

Mose Allison plays the fourth of six nights of shows at Jazz Alley, Seattle, Washington, USA. (2010)

Jul 30
2010

Sergio Mendes And Friends play at Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California, USA, supported by Morcheeba. (2010)