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Sherman Williams


Sherman Williams was a Nashville-area musician who shaped his own leap and swing music group in 1940. With Williams on alto sax, the group included Charles Gillum on trumpet, Expenses Jones on tenor sax, Ed “Skippy” Brooks on piano and vocals, Wayne Dark brown on bass, Alvin Woods on drums and vocalist Iona Wade. The group documented for Bullet Information in Nashville in 1947, with classes for Foto Information in LA that same 12 months, accompanied by stints at Excelsior and Platinum Star Information in 1948. Wade departed the music group at this time, as well as the group documented for Plymouth Information in 1949 before Brooks remaining in 1950, accompanied by Gillum. The music group did back again Brooks on his single debut, “Skippy’s Blues,” for Peacock Information later that 12 months, however. Williams created his personal label, Unique Information, in 1951, and documented the nearest point he ever endured to popular, the infectious “The Jump (Parts 1 & 2),” which presented the West Coastline vocal group the Four Flames. Williams finished up offering Unique Information to Artwork Rupe, who after that re-released “The Jump” on his Fidelity Information label. Sherman Williams documented a final monitor in 1956 for Turn Information. Although they by no means tasted anything beyond regional success within their musical efforts, Williams’ music group, like countless additional small golf swing and leap blues combos from the era, results in a little but solid body of function.

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Height 1.73 m
Weight Heavyweight
Nationality American
Spouse Christopher Meloni

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1 Son, Dante Amadeo born January 2, 2004.
2 First child, daughter Sophia Eva Pietra, born in Los Angeles. [March 2001]

Production Designer

Production Designer

Night at the Golden Eagle 2001
Walking Across Egypt 1999
The Curse of Inferno 1997
413 Hope St. 1997 TV Series 1 episode
The Locusts 1997
Curdled 1996
Killer: A Journal of Murder 1995
Automatic 1995
The Chase 1994
Danger Theatre 1993 TV Series 7 episodes
Amityville: A New Generation 1993 Video
UFO Abductions 1991 TV Movie documentary
Pyrates 1991
The Dark Backward 1991
The Perfect Bride 1991 TV Movie
Darkroom 1989 as Doris Sherman Williams
Nowhere to Run 1989

Visual Effects

Visual Effects

Zombie Prom 2006 Short visual effects

Art Director

Art Director

Platoon 1986 as Doris Sherman Williams

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