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Bob Wallis & His Storeyville Jazzmen

b. 3 June 1934, Bridlington, Yorkshire, Britain, d. 10 January 1991. Wallis began his first music group in Bridlington in 1950, which lasted through to 1957. Later on he became a member of Papa Bue’s Viking Jazz Music group (1956), Diz Disley’s Jazz Music group (1957) and, briefly, Acker Bilk’s Music group (1958). From 1958 he previously his personal Storyville Jazzmen who have been very popular through the entire ‘trad’ boom from the past due 50s. His personal trumpet playing and performing forcefully shown the impact of Henry ‘Crimson’ Allen. He previously two small UK strikes with ‘I’m Timid Mary Ellen I’m Timid’ (1961, quantity 44) and ‘Arrive Along Make sure you’ (1962, quantity 33). Modification in popular flavor brought the demise from the Storyville Jazzmen but Wallis used a number of rings including Monty Sunlight’s. Then shifted to Switzerland, where he performed through the entire 80s.

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