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Red Ingle

b. Ernest Jansen Ingle, 7 November 1906, Toledo, Ohio, USA, d. 7 Sept 1965. As a man Ingle performed saxophone in a number of dance bands around his home-town. In 1932 he became a member of the popular music group led by Ted Weems and by the finish of the 10 years was a recognised studio room musician. He became a creator person in Spike Jones’ well-known novelty music group and in 1947 made a decision to form an identical music group of his very own. He had several hit records, included in this ‘Tim-Tay-Shun’, ‘Tobacco, Whuskey And Crazy, Wild Females’, and in addition documented with Jo Stafford in another of her many humor guises.

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