b. 1899, Harrisburg, Pa, USA, d. 2 January 1936, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Created in the first 20s in LA, California, USA, the Earl Burtnett dance music group stayed for the reason that locale in most of its energetic life, save for just two tours within the Midwest and Florida. Having previously caused Artwork Hickman, Burnett recruited a liquid aggregation of music artists who also dual as vocalists during engagements at regional resorts and ballrooms. The most common line-up included four percussionists, two strings, one trombone, two trumpets and three saxophones. They made an appearance regularly on the air, on displays sponsored from the Paul G. Hoffman Studebaker Company, and also documented broadly for Brunswick Information and Columbia Information. The group’s longest engagement arrived in the Biltmore Resort in LA, a location they worked well for a complete 3 years. Burtnett passed away in 1936 from peritonitis after an appendectomy.
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|Boardwalk Empire||2010||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall||1967||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|My Dream Is Yours||1949||writer: "Cuttin' Capers"|
|That's the Spirit||1945||writer: "Do You Ever Think of Me?"|
|Stella Dallas||1937||writer: "Canadian Capers" - uncredited|
|Dumbbells in Derbies||1931||Short writer: "'Leven Thirty Saturday Night"|
|Earl Burtnett and His Biltmore Hotel Orchestra||1928/IV||Short performer: "I Fell Head Over Heels in Love", "An Old Guitar and an Old Refrain", "Blue River" - uncredited|
|Earl Burtnett and His Biltmore Hotel Orchestra||1928/III||Short performer: "What'll You Do?", "The Song Is Ended", "Tiger Rag" - uncredited|
|Earl Burtnett and His Biltmore Hotel Orchestra||1928/II||Short music: "If I Should Lose You" - uncredited / performer: "The Sunrise", "If I Should Lose You", "My Blue Heaven" - uncredited|
|Earl Burtnett and His Biltmore Hotel Orchestra||1928/I||Short performer: "Trees", "Three O'Clock in the Morning", "Miss Annabelle Lee" - uncredited|
|Party Girl||1930||Orchestra Leader (as Earl Burtnett and His Biltmore Orchestra and Trio)|
|The Flying Fool||1929||Orchestra Leader (uncredited)|
|The Fred Waring Show||1949||TV Series composer: theme music|
|Earl Burtnett and His Biltmore Hotel Orchestra||1928/IV||Short||Himself|
|Earl Burtnett and His Biltmore Hotel Orchestra||1928/III||Short||Himself|
|Earl Burtnett and His Biltmore Hotel Orchestra||1928/II||Short||Himself|
|Earl Burtnett and His Biltmore Hotel Orchestra||1928/I||Short||Himself, Earl Burtnett|
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