Dick Cary, best-known for his stint with Louis Armstrong’s All-Stars (1947-1948), was most crucial like a behind-the-scenes arranger and freelance musician in the trad jazz motion. He produced his documenting debut with Joe Marsala (1942), worked well like a soloist at Nick’s (1942-1943), and performed for short intervals using the Casa Loma Orchestra and Brad Gowans. Within the Military (1944-1946), he could keep on documenting, including with Muggsy Spanier and Crazy Expenses Davison. After using Billy Butterfield and Louis Armstrong, Cary was with Jimmy Dorsey’s big music group (1949-1950); wrote preparations and performed alto horn on Eddie Condon’s tv shows; and through the entire 1950s, performed and had written for the Condon gang, saving with Condon, Pee Wee Russell, Utmost Kaminsky, Bud Freeman, Jimmy McPartland, Bobby Hackett, while others. In 1959, he resolved in LA, working like a freelance musician until his loss of life. In old age, Cary led his Wednesday Night Friends music group and performed frequently at Dixieland jazz celebrations.