An excellent, swinging saxophonist, Curtis Peagler was a secured asset to numerous different groups over time. His alto audio was inspired by Charlie Parker, Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson, and, to a smaller level, Louis Jordan. At 13, he began over the C-melody sax and shortly joined up with the Sons of Tempo on alto. Ahead of being known as up with the Military in 1953, Peagler caused territory rings and backed vocalist Big Maybelle. After getting discharged in 1955, he went to the Cincinnati Conservatory for just two years and performed locally; in 1960, with the help of Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis, he began saving for Prestige. Peagler after that documented with Lem Winchester and became a member of his Contemporary Jazz Disciples, which documented for Columbia. He transferred to LA in 1962 to freelance, and spent 1966-1967 and 1969 with Ray Charles. He do some studio function and toured with Count number Basie for seven years (1971-1978). Peagler after that resettled in LA, freelanced, founded the ocean Pea Information label, and documented as a innovator for Ocean Pea and Pablo, also guesting on times by Harry “Sweets” Edison and Big Joe Turner. Curtis Peagler spent his last 10 years as an associate from the Cheathams’ Lovely Baby Blues Music group, recording using the Kansas Town swing-oriented group for Concord before center problems shortened his existence.