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Clancy Hayes

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Clancy Hayes was among the finest vocalists from the Dixieland revival motion, superior to the normal musician who also feels compelled to sing. He was a reliable fixture in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA from 1927 on, showing up regularly on the air and in night clubs. He installed with Lu Watters in 1938, carrying out with Watters’ big music group for just two years, and ten using the Yerba Buena Jazz Music group, mostly like a tempo banjoist and sometimes on drums. He obtained his greatest popularity while performing with Bob Scobey’s group (1950-1959). In the 1960s, Hayes caused the Firehouse Five Plus Two, Turk Murphy, an early on edition of what will be the World’s Greatest Jazz Music group, and along with his personal organizations. Clancy Hayes documented like a innovator for Verve (1950), Sound Fidelity (1960), Great Period Jazz (1963), Delmark, ABC-Paramount, and NOUVEAU RICHE BUSINESSMAN Jazz (1969), and helped make tunes such as for example “Oh by Jingo,” “Ace in the Opening,” and his personal “Huggin’ and A-Chalkin'” well-known within the trad jazz globe.

Quick Facts


Full Name Clancy Hayes
Died March 13, 1972, San Francisco, California, United States
Profession Singer
Nationality American
Music Groups World's Greatest Jazz Band, Lu Watters
Music Songs Sailing Down Chesapeake Bay, Rose of Washington Square, Wolverine Blues, Parsons, Kansas Blues, Alcoholic Blues, Ballin' the Jack, Michigan Water Blues, New Orleans Stomp, At the Devil's Ball, She's Just Perfect for Me, King Chanticleer, Wise Guy, I'm Comin' Virginia, Lights Out Blues, Auntie Skinner's Chicken Dinners, Alabamy Bound, Dippermouth Blues, Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey, Fidgety Feet, I Ain't Got Nobody, Nobody's Sweetheart, Tin Roof Blues, Fickle Finger of Fate, Don't Forget 127th Street, Pretty Baby, That's a Plenty, Clarinet Marmalade, Wang Wang Blues, Some of These Days, Hindustan, Memphis Blues, Copenhagen
Albums Frisco Jazz, Happy Melodies, Oh by Jingo, Ace in the Hole, Sensation, Royal Garden Blues, Ain't She Sweet, Doctor Jazz, South, Home, The Dixieland Band, Sweet Georgia Brown, Lazy River, Some Dixieland Greats, Stumbling, You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby, The Jazz Masters, Love Me or Leave Me, Summertime, Our Favorites, Wang Wang Blues, Michigan Water Blues, Pretty Baby, Doing the Hambone at Kelly's, Vol. 2, Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?


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Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Parole! 1936 Joyce Daniels
Absolute Quiet 1936 Judy
Trigger Tom 1935 Dorothy Jergensen (as Bernadine Hayes)
Rendezvous 1935 Bobbie Burns (uncredited)
The Judgement Book 1935 Madge Williams
Broadway Melody of 1936 1935 Waitress (uncredited)
She Gets Her Man 1935 Gun Moll (uncredited)
Alias Mary Dow 1935 Party Guest (uncredited)
Love in Bloom 1935 Young Woman in Music Store (uncredited)
Poker at Eight 1935 Short Tommy's Wife
Folies Bergère de Paris 1935 Girl in Bar (uncredited)
The Whole Town's Talking 1935 Waitress (uncredited)
The Winning Ticket 1935 Counter Woman (uncredited)
The Human Side 1934 uncredited
Judge Roy Bean 1956 TV Series Mrs. Atkins / Dolly Mason / Mrs. Brown / ...
The Lineup 1955 TV Series
The Joe Palooka Story 1954 TV Series Beth Keough
Wicked Woman 1953 Mrs. Walters
Summer Theatre 1953 TV Series Myrtle Speer
The Doctor 1952 TV Series
Gruen Guild Theater 1951 TV Series
Boston Blackie 1951 TV Series Mrs. Trumbull
Bunco Squad 1950 Princess Liane
Caught 1949 Mrs. Rudecki (uncredited)
Catalina Interlude 1948 Short Barbara Banton, Mother
Women in the Night 1948 Frau Thaler (as Bernadine Hayes)
The Crimson Key 1947 Mrs. Swann
Living in a Big Way 1947 Dolly
Dick Tracy's Dilemma 1947 Longshot Lillie the Fence
The Thirteenth Hour 1947 Mabel Sands
Public Prosecutor 1947 TV Series Hazel Rollins
Don't Gamble with Strangers 1946 Fay Benton
Mr. Winkle Goes to War 1944 Gladys (uncredited)
I Live on Danger 1942 Jonesy
This Gun for Hire 1942 Albert Baker's Secretary
Nazi Agent 1942 Rosie (uncredited)
Sing for Your Supper 1941 Kay Martin
The Deadly Game 1941 Mona Brandt
The Gay Vagabond 1941 Spring Rutherford
Manhattan Heartbeat 1940 Shop Girl (uncredited)
Sailor's Lady 1940 Babe (uncredited)
Santa Fe Marshal 1940 Paula Tate (Paula Bates in credits)
Heroes in Blue 1939 Daisy
The Day the Bookies Wept 1939 Margie, Taxi Rider
6,000 Enemies 1939 Prisoner Flo (uncredited)
Some Like It Hot 1939 Miss Marble
Panama Lady 1939 Pearl
Lucky Night 1939 'Blondie'
King of Chinatown 1939 Dolly Warren
Idiot's Delight 1939 Edna Creesh
You and Me 1938 Nellie
Come Across 1938 Short Blonde Gang Moll
Prison Nurse 1938 Pepper Clancy
My Old Kentucky Home 1938 Gail Burke
That's My Story! 1937 Bonnie Rand
Trouble at Midnight 1937 Marion
Rustlers' Valley 1937 Party Guest (uncredited)
The Emperor's Candlesticks 1937 Mitzi Reisenbach
North of the Rio Grande 1937 Faro Annie
Sweetheart of the Navy 1937 Mazie
Girl Loves Boy 1937 Sally lace
Torture Money 1937 Short Debbie - False Accident Victim (uncredited)
Great Guy 1936 Hazel
The Accusing Finger 1936 Muriel Goodwin
Along Came Love 1936 Sarah Jewett

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Judgement Book 1935 performer: "Just You and I Alone"

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
That's Entertainment! 1974 Clip from 'Idiot's Delight'

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