A premier percussionist and something from the few to emphasize bongos over congas, Jack port Costanzo taught himself both bongos and congas, and produced three trips to Havana within the ’40s to understand Afro-Cuban rhythms. He toured and performed with Stan Kenton in 1947 and 1948, after that caused Nat Ruler Cole from 1949 to 1953. Costanzo continuing to regularly play with both Cole and Kenton with the ’50s, dealing with Kenton until 1957 while also moving out his personal. This group documented in 1954 and 1957, later on touring London in 1961. Costanzo also worked well within the ’50s with Peggy Lee, Pérez Prado, Harry Wayne, Charlie Barnet, and Pete Rugolo. Costanzo held a comparatively low profile through the second option decades from the 20th hundred years, but enjoyed a resurgence in the past due ’90s. His return-to-form recording Back again from Havana premiered in 2001 accompanied by Scorching the Skins in 2002 (both on Cubop Information). Poultry and Grain was released by GNP/Crescendo in 2006.