This artist was created Franz Pressler in Vienna, Austria, where he spent the majority of his life and could have acquired the stage name of Fatty George by using double servings of apple strudel and goulash. The Fatty George documented legacy, which may be nibbled on thanks to about 50 recordings produced over four years from the ’40s, addresses aspects of Western history aswell as ongoing advancements in jazz itself. He begins playing in night clubs close to the end of the next World Battle for an target audience of both American and Russian military, his established list sticking with the enormously well-known swing recipes from the period. A clarinetist, Fatty George originally modeled himself after Benny Goodman but eventually became a bebop participant beneath the banner of Charlie Parker. Fatty George also became involved with personally working nightclubs in both Germany and Austria, starting Fatty’s Jazz Gambling house in Insbruck in the first ’50s and Fatty’s Saloon in Vienna in 1958. His Fatty George Jazzband performed through the entire Western european continent at both night clubs and celebrations and released some albums under his very own name, including Two Edges of Fatty George and Fatty’s Saloon. His playing companions frequently included the brothers Costs Grah and Heinz Grah on piano and trombone, respectively.