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Honore Dutrey

A trombonist who suffered from asthma? Not really a promising situation. So the professional profession of the traditional New Orleans glide tailgate trombonist Honore Dutrey was cut brief at only quarter of a hundred years, although some of his peers held playing for near 75 years. Dutrey started gigging with …

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John Lindsay

A significant early bassist, John Lindsay appeared about many notable recordings in his profession. He began playing bass while an adolescent in his father’s family members band. He offered in the Military during World Battle I and discovered trombone, which he utilized as a dual until the middle-’20s. Early encounter …

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