A talented alto-saxophonist best-known for his solos with Gene Krupa’s big music group, Charlie Kennedy’s early pension from music has led to him getting an obscure name in jazz history. He began playing clarinet when he was 12, we were young in NJ, before switching to alto and periodic tenor. Kennedy’s initial major work was with Louis Prima’s big music group in 1943. In 1945 he previously his one possibility to business lead his own time, leading to five game titles (plus another take) lower for Savoy where Kennedy (the only real horn) performed effective golf swing tenor. His association with Krupa during 1945-48 (which discovered Kennedy taking many alto solos for the drummer’s information) was his one period in the limelight. He also documented during that period with Charlie Ventura, Chubby Jackson and (in 1952) with Chico O’Farrill, Turn Phillips and Herbie Areas. Kennedy eventually shifted to the Western world Coast, used Med Flory, Costs Holman’s Orchestra & most notably Terry Gibbs’ Fantasy Band (1959-62) just before he largely lowered away from music within the middle-1960’s. Inspired by Charlie Parker, Charlie Kennedy in old age developed a chiller West Coast-type audio.