1928 in jazz

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1928 in jazz
Moonlight Serenaders Broadcasting for your Pleasure (3067491252).jpg
The Moonlight Serenaders perform over WCBE New Orleans, late 1920s
Decade 1920s in jazz
Music 1928 in music
Standards List of 1920s jazz standards
See also 1927 in jazz1929 in jazz

In 1928 in jazz the standards "Basin Street Blues", "Sweet Lorraine" and "Mack the Knife" were published.[1] Musicians born that year included Cannonball Adderley, Etta Jones and Fats Domino.

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  • By 1928, jazz was becoming popular in Germany and was being taught in Frankfurt.[2]

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Fats Domino in concert at Deauville (Normandy, France) in 1992.
Jimmy Smith at Festival Jazz Sori - Italy, July 1994

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