b. Gene Connors, 28 Dec 1930, Birmingham, Alabama, USA. Connors’ family members was musical so that as a young child he learned to try out trombone and consequently caused many jazz legends, including Bunk Johnson, Lionel Hampton, and Count number Basie. He liked a very lengthy association with Johnny Otis, as well as had a R&B strike in 1968 with ‘Ode To Billie Joe’ for the Eldo label. He offers recorded with more information on jazz, blues, R&B, and spirit artists, and found European countries with Otis in 1972, when he produced an recording for Big Carry Records which demonstrated that he also offers a light, enjoyable singing voice. Since that time, he continues to be based in European countries and offers recorded and worked well in a number of musical configurations; as his phoning card areas, he takes on ‘Tempo And Blues-Swing-Dixie’.