A talented pianist best-known for his big music group saving of “Stardust,” Edgar Hayes under no circumstances became a significant name but he worked steadily throughout his longer profession. Hayes graduated using a music level from Wilberforce College or university. He toured the South with Fess Williams’ Orchestra in 1922 and 2 yrs afterwards led his Blue Lawn Buddies in Ohio. Hayes caused Lois Deppe (1925) before proceeding some groups like the Eight Dark Pirates and his Symphonic Harmonists. Hayes performed and organized for the Mills Blue Tempo Music group during 1931-36, sticking to the music group after it had been bought out by Lucky Millinder. Hayes got his very own orchestra during 1937-41, an ensemble that included Kenny Clarke (who became among the best golf swing drummers of the time before assisting to discovered bop drumming). Apart from Hayes, the music group did not have got any main soloists but “Stardust” was a shock hit. After shifting to California in 1942 he going his very own quartet through the entire 1940’s and played mostly single in to the 1970’s. His big music group documented for Varsity and Decca during 1937-38 (ironically “Stardust” was on the last recording program) and Hayes lower a V-Disc in 1946, two game titles in 1947, eight in 1948 and six piano solos (for an record on the Tag label) in 1960.
|Wife Wanted||1946||Pianist (uncredited)|
|Mills Blue Rhythm Band||1934||Short||Orchestra Musician (uncredited)|
Looks like we don't have awards information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have salary information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have quotes information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have trademarks information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have pictures. Sorry!