A comparatively overlooked figure, Chauncey Haughton used some major titles over time. He originated from a musical family members (his brothers John and Clifton performed trombone and trumpet). Haughton began on piano when he was eight, switching to clarinet while in senior high school. He performed clarinet and saxophone in the Morgan University Band and began working appropriately in 1927 with Ike Dixon. After intervals with Elmer Calloway (Cab’s sibling) as well as the White colored Brothers’ Music group, Haughton shifted to NY in 1932. He caused Blanche Calloway (Cab’s sister) during 1932-1935 and with Claude Hopkins, Noble Sissle, and Chick Webb; while using the second option, Haughton was presented on clarinet with Webb’s Small Chicks opposing the flute of Wayman Carver. Haughton spent an interval (1937-1940) as an associate of Cab Calloway’s Orchestra and came back to Webb’s music group which at that time (1940-1942) was beneath the path of Ella Fitzgerald. In the summertime of 1942 he was Barney Bigard’s alternative with Duke Ellington, remaining until he was drafted in Apr 1943. Discharged in 1945, he do a U.S.O. Tour with vocalist Frances Brock, stopped at European countries with Don Redman’s Orchestra (1946), and remained abroad into 1947. After his come back house, Chauncey Haughton performed briefly with Cab Calloway and retired from full-time music although he do record with Calloway once again in 1958.