b. 29 Might 1909, Newark, NJ, USA, d. 18 Sept 1980, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Stabile examined saxophone while still at college and was a specialist musician in his early teenagers. In 1926 he transferred to NY to become listed on the orchestra of George Olsen, shifting after that into Ben Bernie’s well-known music group where he continued to be until 1936. That calendar year he produced his own clothing which became well-known at NY resorts and ballrooms. His music group remained running a business while he offered in the military during World Battle II, his wife, vocalist Gracie Barrie, leading it in his lack. After the battle Stabile continuing to attract dancers and altered his repertoire to support the growing amount of radio listeners because the dance halls dropped. After moving towards the western coastline he became musical movie director for Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, showing up regularly together on tv and in a few of their movies. Stabile consequently led rings in west coastline and NEVADA clubs and resorts before resettling in New Orleans where he fronted the home band in the Roosevelt Resort until his loss of life from a coronary attack in 1980.