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Nat Pierce & His Orchestra

b. 16 July 1925, Somerville, Massachusetts, USA, d. 10 June 1992, LA, California, USA. After learning and playing in regional rings in his house state, Pierce caused a small number of name rings, including Larry Clinton’s, after that briefly led his personal music group in 1949-51, instigating what’s commonly considered …

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Mort Herbert

Mort Herbert is best-remembered for his stint as an associate of Louis Armstrong’s All-Stars. Herbert was self-taught on bass, spent 1943-1946 within the armed service, went to Rutgers (1949-1952) and really began his professional profession. He caused Marian McPartland, Don Elliott, the Sauter-Finegan Orchestra, Sol Yaged (1955-1958), along with other …

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Nat Pierce

Nat Pierce had an extended, distinguished, somewhat low-profile profession as a champ of latter-day big-band golf swing, serving because the co-leader of Los Angeles’ split Frank Capp-Nat Pierce Juggernaut and an arranger for many well-known big rings and solo performers. His scores developed an irresistible power when allied using a …

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