Best-known because the trumpet section leader in Doc Severinsen’s Tonight Show Band, Conte Candoli was an excellent all-around jazz stylist many at home within the worlds of bop and Western Coast awesome jazz. Younger by four years than his likewise accomplished trumpet-playing sibling Pete, Conte was created Secondo Candoli in Mishawaka, IN, on July 12, 1927. He 1st patterned himself after players like Harry Wayne, Roy Eldridge, and Dizzy Gillespie, later on discovering Kilometers Davis and Clifford Dark brown. His first work came at age group 16, when sibling Pete suggested him for any summer time gig with Woody Herman’s Thundering Herd; after graduating senior high school, he became a member of full-time. He continued to try out with other rings, including Stan Kenton, whom he remaining in 1954 to create his own music group. After leading some documenting dates, he quickly found a far more comfy existence, shifting to LA and taking program jobs among gigs with Howard Rumsey’s Lighthouse All-Stars. After about four years, he still left in 1960 to utilize drummer Shelly Manne, while he and Pete both appreciated top-dog status within the L.A. program community. In 1968, Candoli had taken a part-time gig using the Tonight Present Band and became a member of completely in 1972, once the present officially transferred to Burbank. Through the ’70s, he was also an associate of Supersax, among various other L.A. all-star clothes, and also continuing his regular collaborations along with his sibling. Candoli retired in the Tonight Present alongside Johnny Carson in 1992, and continuing to try out until a struggle with cancers slowed his actions. Candoli died within a convalescent house on Dec 14, 2001.
|1||Uncle of Tara Candoli and Carolyn Candoli.|
|2||Ex-brother-in-law of Vicky Lane, Betty Hutton and Edie Adams.|
|3||Daughter: Marcia Lee Candoli.|
|4||Inducted into the "International Jazz Hall of Fame" in 1997 with brother, Pete Candoli.|
|5||Younger brother of musician Pete Candoli.|
|This World, Then the Fireworks||1997||musician: trumpet|
|The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson||1968-1992||TV Series musician - 536 episodes|
|Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold||1975||musician: trumpet - uncredited|
|Electra Glide in Blue||1973||musician: trumpet - uncredited|
|On Any Sunday||1971||Documentary musician: trumpet - uncredited|
|Klute||1971||musician: trumpet - uncredited|
|Kelly's Heroes||1970||musician: trumpet - uncredited|
|Zig Zag||1970||musician: trumpet - uncredited|
|Bullitt||1968||musician: trumpet - uncredited|
|Not with My Wife, You Don't!||1966||musician: trumpet - uncredited|
|Once a Thief||1965||musician: trumpet - uncredited|
|Bachelor in Paradise||1961||musician: trumpet - uncredited|
|Mulholland Dr.||2001||Trumpet Player (as Conti Condoli)|
|Easy Street||1986||TV Series||Buddy|
|Adventures in Paradise||1961||TV Series||Bill Begley|
|Bell Book and Candle||1958||Musician - A Candoli Brother (uncredited)|
|Bird||1988||performer: "Moonlight Becames You"|
|The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson||1992||TV Series||Himself - Trombonist|
|Ad Lib||1981/I||TV Series||Himself|
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