Although he spent his career in his brother Jack Teagarden’s shadow, Charlie Teagarden was a fantastic trumpeter who sounded perfectly in the home in Dixieland combos and big bands. Created eight years after Jack port (whom he outlived by twenty years), 2 yrs after pianist Norma, and two before his sibling, drummer Cub, Charlie’s mom Helen was an excellent ragtime pianist. The trumpeter worked well in local rings in Oklahoma and followed his sibling Jack port into Ben Pollack’s Orchestra in 1929 where he produced his documenting debut. Teagarden used Crimson Nichols (1931), Roger Wolfe Kahn (1932) as well as for a long stretch out with Paul Whiteman (1933-1940). Through the Whiteman period, both Teagardens plus Frankie Trumbauer briefly led an organization known as the Three T’s, and Charlie do some freelance documenting. He spent amount of time in Jack port Teagarden’s Big Music group (beginning in 1940) but mainly led his personal bands for another couple of years. Among Charlie Teagarden’s even more notable associations had been Jimmy Dorsey (1948-1950) (where he used a combo extracted from the big music group which was billed as “THE INITIAL Dorseyland Jazz Music group”), Ben Pollack, Bob Crosby (1954-1958), and Pete Fountain (within the ’60s). Teagarden was located in NEVADA after 1959. He made an appearance at the unforgettable 1963 Monterey Jazz Event with Jack port, Norma, and Helen Teagarden but from the ’70s was just semi-active. Charlie Teagarden’s just record date being a head was a program for Coral in 1962.
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|Music Man||1948||Trumpeter (uncredited)|
|Climax!||1955||TV Series||Herself - Musician|
|American Masters||1989||TV Series documentary||Himself|
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