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Jim Cullum, Jr.

A robust cornetist inspired by Louis Armstrong, Jim Cullum has led a thrilling jazz music group in San Antonio since his father’s death in the 1970s. A clarinetist, Jim Sr. led the Content Jazz Music group with Jim Jr. on cornet, documenting for their personal Audiophile and Happy Jazz brands. Younger Cullum, that has documented a Porgy & Bess jazz arranged for Sony and tributes to Louis Armstrong and Hoagy Carmichael, offers made a number of satisfying albums for Stomp Off and Audiophile, and also a Xmas record for Globe Jazz. Because the past due ’80s, Cullum’s music group has been presented on an extremely pleasurable radio series, Riverwalk, Live Through the Landing, whose unique shows have provided the group the chance showing its flexibility. Among Cullum’s perhaps most obviously sidemen from the 1980s and ’90s have already been clarinetists Allan Vaché (sibling of cornetist Warren) and Brian Ogilvie, trombonist Mike Pittsley, and pianist John Sheridan.

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