b. Luigi G. Calabrese, 10 Feb 1900, Milford, Massachusetts, USA, d. January 1969. Breese began his profession as trumpet participant for dance and theater rings in the Chicago, Illinois region. He shaped his very own dance music group in the first 30s, acquiring them on tour through the Midwest of America, though their longest engagement emerged at the neighborhood Chez Paree place in Chicago. These shows were frequently broadcast on radio, making sure the Lou Breese Music group continued reputation and bookings. Their ‘Breezin’ COMBINED WITH THE Air flow’ theme became easily recognizable to large numbers, and their head cashed in using a documenting agreement with Decca Information. After disbanding the initial group in 1942 he founded a fresh line-up that once again returned towards the Chez Paree to get a four-year stay. When this finished, Breese shifted to employment as leader from the Chicago Movie theater house music group. Although documenting agreements and airplay vanished, he remained energetic on the Chicago dance music group scene before 60s.