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Andrew Hilaire


Andrew Hilaire moved to Chicago in early stages and was a fixture in the town until ill wellness shortened his existence. Among his musical organizations had been Lil Harden (playing in her music group in 1921), Doc Cook’s Gingersnaps (with whom he documented during 1926-28), Jelly Move Morton, Jerome Pasquall (1930) and Eddie South (1931). After using the Robert Dade Orchestra and leading his personal music group (in 1933 and 1935), Andrew Hilaire (who experienced asthma) passed on at age 36. The drummer is most beneficial kept in mind for the three documenting classes that he manufactured in 1926 with Jelly Move Morton, leading to such game titles as “Dark Bottom level Stomp,” “The Chant,” “Deceased Man Blues,” “Grandpa’s Spells” and “Doctor Jazz.”

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Full Name Andrew Hilaire
Died August 3, 1935, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Music Groups Red Hot Peppers
Music Songs Black Bottom Stomp, Sidewalk Blues, Someday Sweetheart, Dead Man Blues, Smoke-House Blues, Hyena Stomp, Grandpa's Spells, Kansas City Stomps, Original Jelly Roll Blues, Shreveport Stomp, Billy Goat Stomp, Blue Blood Blues, Wolverine Blues, The Pearls, Beale Street Blues, Doctor Jazz, Seattle Hunch, Oli Well, Wild Man Blues, Burnin' the Iceberg, Doctor Jazz Stomp, Gambling Jack, Mushmouth Shuffle, Load of Coal, Strokin‘ Away, Cannon Ball Blues, Sweet Peter, Fickle Fay Creep, The Chant, Tank Town Bump, Jungle Blues, Boogaboo

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