Plant Morand was an excellent New Orleans-style trumpeter best-known for his association using the Harlem Hamfats in the 1930’s. He started playing trumpet when he was 11 after having noticed King Oliver. One of is own first important careers was touring the South with Nat Towles. After shifting to NY in the middle-1920’s, he caused his stepsister Lizzie Mls and used Cliff Jackson’s music group. Back New Orleans, Morand led his very own group and used the renowned (but unrecorded) Chris Kelly. He shortly relocated to Chicago where he proved helpful locally and documented using the Beale Road Washboard Music group (a quartet that included Johnny Dodds) in 1929. Morand was the primary soloist using the Harlem Hamfats during 1935-38; the group performed golf swing, New Orleans jazz ensembles, blues, jive and (because of some solid mandolin playing by Charlie McCoy) nation. After time for New Orleans in 1941, Morand led his very own band and joined up with George Lewis’ group (1948-50) before disease compelled him to retire. Furthermore to his many recordings using the Hamfats during 1936-1938 and with Lewis, Morand documented a few choices as a head for the American Music label during 1949-50.