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Bill Brunskill

b. 2 Feb 1920, London, Britain, d. 18 November 2002, Britain. Brunskill started playing your guitar as an adolescent, receiving instruction on the Bethnal Green Guys’s Institute. Shortly, he was playing at dances in London’s East End, the type known locally as ‘tanner hops’. During Globe Battle II he turned to trumpet, motivated by Louis Armstrong and Muggsy Spanier. After departing the military he used Cy Laurie and started organizing jam periods around London. Having produced his own music group, he played lengthy residencies at two Surrey open public houses, the Fighting with each other Cocks in Kingston-on-Thames and god, the father Napier in Thornton Heath. He presented many young music artists into his music group over time, included in this Mike Pointon, Mike Sherborne, Les Allen, Hugh Crozier, Costs Stagg and, especially, Sammy Rimington. Until the past due 90s, Brunskill was still leading his music group, still blowing fiery Armstrong-inspired trumpet, but still at god, the father Napier. His commitment to jazz was regarded in 1995 with a television documentary known as Whatever Occurred To Costs Brunskill?

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