Located in Montgomery, AL, the Black color Parrots of Paradise had been an eight-piece Afro-American jazz group that ruled the roost in central Alabama through the second fifty percent from the 1920s. Produced in 1925 and led by trombonist William “Pal” Howard, they kept down a reliable gig for a long time working every Sunday evening serenading the account of the white country membership near Harragut Springs simply beyond Montgomery. As well as the leader, leading line contains cornetist Philmore “Shorty” Hall and reedmen Walter Boyd and Adam Bell, using a rhythm portion of pianist Melvin Little, banjoist Tom Ivery, tuba wrestler Ivory Johnson, and drummer Samuel Edges. During the summer months of 1927 they visited Birmingham and produced a small number of recordings for the Gennett label. In 1928 a fellow with the name of Pluto Dark brown attempted to profit from their reputation by leading a counterfeit Dark Birds of Heaven in Birmingham. This ensemble acquired nothing in connection with the Montgomery-based group. In 1930 Howard attempted taking the genuine Dark Birds of Heaven on the tour from the Midwest. As this is the first calendar year of the fantastic Depression you can understand why many associates of the group transferred up the chance to scuffle through some one-nighters; unlike Howard, that they had regular full-time time jobs. Howard’s street music group came aside in Omaha, NB, in 1931. Many of the males headed back again to Montgomery to be members from the Dark Diamonds, a fantastic group led by Wayne Bell. Friend Howard continued to be in Omaha, piecing together another jazz music group; the ensemble he’d led in Montgomery under no circumstances worked together once again as a device. In 1968 a researcher attempted searching for the people of the initial Dark Birds of Heaven. Ivory Johnson, Melvin Little, and Walter Boyd got offered; Tom Ivery and Wayne Bell had been still residents of Montgomery; Sam Edges was surviving in California, Philmore Hall got settled in NEW YORK; and Friend Howard was spending the others of his times in Omaha.