b. Henry Clay Goodwin, 2 January 1910, Columbia, SC, USA, d. 2 July 1979, NEW YORK, NY, USA. While still a teenager Goodwin performed several tools with sufficient capability to secure a location in a music group Claude Hopkins got to Europe. Back the united states he used several bands, mainly in NY, during the past due 20s, right now playing the trumpet. In the first 30s he is at Europe again, this time around using the Lucky Millinder music group. On his go back to the united states he caused many rings including those of Cab Calloway and Sidney Bechet, after that visited Scandinavia having a music group that included Edgar Hayes and was led by Kenny Clarke. In the middle-40s he used Cecil Scott, Artwork Hodes, Mezz Mezzrow and Bob Wilber. The 50s discovered Goodwin using Earl ‘Fatha’ Hines and several other music group leaders, generally in bands focusing on the greater traditional regions of jazz. An inventive soloist having a penchant for the consequences developed by plunger mute, he was a stalwart from the dixieland revival without ever getting bogged down in the repetitiveness that afflicted a lot of his colleagues.