Sam Musiker enjoyed a dual profession in music in the 1930s with the 1950s. Being a jazz clarinetist (and sometime tenor and alto sax participant) with an excellent, rich build, he was most familiar to the general public as an associate of Gene Krupa’s music group from its inception in 1938 through its ideal years of reputation in the first ’40s, until its break up in 1944. But he was also an associate of what continues to be known as a “royal family members” in neuro-scientific klezmer music, and therefore was something of the star for the reason that field. He’s on practically all of Krupa’s recordings over the latter’s initial six years after departing Benny Goodman and, by expansion, figures within the professions of Roy Eldridge and Anita O’Day out of this same period — have a look at his solos on Krupa’s “Blue Tempo Illusion” and “Total Outfit Hop,” in addition to “I WANT TO Off Uptown.” In neuro-scientific klezmer music, Musiker used his sibling Ray Musiker in some renowned recordings for RCA Victor in the 1950s, and proved helpful — within the Musiker Brothers — along with his father-in-law, renowned clarinetist Dave Tarras, in the Tanz! record in 1955. He also used Joel Rubin as well as the Epstein Brothers Orchestra. Furthermore to Krupa, his jazz credits consist of use Sarah Vaughan within the middle-’40s. Musiker passed on in 1965.