A trusted pianist who was simply continually overshadowed during his very long association with Eddie Condon’s Chicago jazz rings, Gene Schroeder was a talented if subtle participant. Schroeder, whose mom was a pianist and dad was a trumpeter, researched in the Wisconsin College of Music. When he was 11 he was playing occasionally along with his father’s music group, and he doubled on clarinet in his senior high school orchestra a couple of years later. Following a year in the College or university of Wisconsin Music College, Schroeder shifted to Milwaukee. He led his personal music group and used local music artists (including Wild Expenses Davison). He shifted to NY in 1939, was briefly using the Wes Westerfield Trio, going a combo, and spent annually apiece as an associate of the sets of Joe Marsala and Marty Marsala. In the summertime of 1942, Schroeder caused Wild Expenses Davison after that (from 10 1943) at Nick’s with Miff Mole. After getting Eddie Condon’s regular pianist, he performed in the opening from the golf club Condon’s in 12 1945. Schroeder was with Condon more often than not after that as much as 1962 (showing up on many recordings), he previously a stint using the Dukes of Dixieland (1961-1964) and worked well in the past due ’60s with Tony Parenti. Despite his occupied activity, Gene Schroeder just led one documenting program in his profession, four songs lower in 1944 for the Dark & White colored label having a trio.