A versatile clarinetist, Danny Polo was among the finer (if unheralded) golf swing soloists from the big music group era. He found the clarinet while quite youthful (his dad was a clarinetist as well), using a marching music group when he was eight. He previously a duo as an adolescent with pianist Claude Thornhill. Polo caused Elmer Schoebel in 1923, visited New Orleans with Merritt Brunies’ Music group and got stints with Arnold Johnson, Ben Bernie and Jean Goldkette (for 90 days completing for Don Murray in 1926). After dealing with Paul Ash, Polo (along with drummer Dave Rough) visited Europe in the summertime of 1927. He caused George Carhart, Arthur Briggs, Lud Gluskin and additional bands for the Continent. Polo remained abroad for quite awhile, using Ambrose in London on / off during 1930-35. Although he came back towards the U.S. in December. 1935, Polo returned to Britain 3 years later on, rejoining Ambrose and employed in Paris with Ray Ventura’s Orchestra. He completely relocated towards the U.S. in Oct. 1939. Polo caused Joe Sullivan (doubling on tenor), Jack port Teagarden (1940-42 including prominently in the soundtrack from the Bing Crosby film “Delivery Of The Blues”) and Claude Thornhill’s Orchestra. When the pianist was drafted, Polo led his personal rings in the Midwest, rejoining Thornhill in 1947 with time for a few of his finest recordings. Polo was still with Thornhill when he unexpectedly became sick and passed away in 1949 at age 48. Furthermore to appearing like a sideman on documenting sessions numerous European rings and with Thornhill (where his cool-toned clarinet worked well quite well for the more daring Gil Evans graphs), Danny Polo led two documenting classes of his personal in London and one in Paris during 1937-39.