An excellent trumpet soloist who under no circumstances became a significant name, Peanuts Holland was a talented journeyman whose design was located in golf swing. Holland discovered trumpet while at Jenkins’ Orphanage, used Alphonse Trent’s renowned clothing (with whom he documented) on / off during 1928-33 and in addition got stints with Al Sears (1932 in Buffalo), the Jeter-Pillars Orchestra, Willie Bryant, Jimmie Lunceford and Lil Armstrong’s Big Music group (1935-36). After even more freelancing including regularly leading his personal band, Holland relocated to NEW YORK in 1939 where he was an associate of Coleman Hawkins’ short-lived orchestra and Fletcher Henderson’s Big Music group (1941). He obtained the most acknowledgement of his profession for his use Charlie Barnet (1941-46) where he recorded pretty frequently. After going to European countries with Don Redman’s big music group in 1946, Holland made a decision to stay abroad, spending the rest of his existence performing around the Continent, frequently in Paris and Scandinavia. Peanuts Holland led documenting sessions abroad during 1946-48, 1950-52, 1954, 1957 and 1959-60; 46 game titles in every for European brands.
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