Another person in the famous Fresh Orleans Brunies family, though he shortened the spelling of his name around the advice of the numerologist, Georg Brunis played alto horn in a family group trio as an eight-year-old, and in addition with Papa Jack Laine’s Reliance Brass Band. He turned to trombone at age group ten, then relocated to Chicago in 1920, where he performed in Paul Mares’ music group. He later became a member of Mares’ Friars Culture Orchestra, which ultimately became the brand new Orleans Tempo Kings. He began a long documenting and performing romantic relationship with Ted Lewis in 1924, after that became energetic in NY in 1935. Brunis performed in several NY clubs, became a member of Muggsy Spanier’s Ragtime Music group in 1939, and performed frequently with Eddie Condon, Lewis, and Artwork Hodes. He returned to Chicago in 1949, developing his own music group, and kept a residency at Membership 1111 from 1951-1959. Brunis afterwards led groupings in Wisconsin and Ohio.