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Carl Warwick


From the past due ‘30s thru the first ‘60s, Warwick was a section trumpeter with Don Redman, Bunny Berigan, Mills Blue Rhythm Band, Dizzy Gillespie along with other top big bands. Blessed in Alabama, Warwick transferred to NJ in 1930. He performed professionally around NEW YORK within the ‘30s, before employed in Philadelphia with Freddie Fairfax about 1936. Warwick used the Mills Blue Tempo, Redman, and Berigan rings from 1937 to 1939. He also caused vocalist Tiny Bradshaw and saxophonist Teddy Hill. Warwick led an Military band during Globe War II. Within the years rigtht after the battle he used Woody Herman, Pal Rich, and proved helpful freelance. He transferred to California and led his very own band within the ‘50s; he also caused Lucky Millinder, Brew Moore, and Dizzy Gillespie through the 10 years. He documented with Gillespie once again in 1961. Warwick was employed as music movie director for the brand new York Town Correctional Institute in 1966. He continued to be active through the ‘70s. Warwick performed as an associate of Benny Carter’s music group on the 1973 Newport Jazz Celebration in NEW YORK.

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Profession Baseball player
Education Texas Christian University
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