b. USA. Produced in 1927 in the Midwest of America, Jack port Crawford pronounced himself ‘The Clown Prince Of Jazz’ while fronting his engaging dance music group. The line-up highlighted Bob Huff, Ted Willis, Jerry Miller, Joe Snyder, Carroll Willis, Harry Sosnick, Joe Butcher, Early Middle, Manny Stein and Paul McKnight, support Crawford’s performing and comic storytelling. He also performed all of the saxophone parts in the group, like the uncommon C-melody model. With the 30s his music group was a favorite attraction through the entire central state governments of America, backed by radio play and documenting agreements with Gennett and Victor Information. The Fredericks Brothers company found him more and more prestigious bookings coastline to coastline in the first 40s, however the advancement of World Battle II discovered Crawford revising his programs. Robbed of several of his music artists due to the battle work, he contracted the music group to a quartet and performed like a cocktail lounge group.