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David Matthews

A good soloist and an excellent arranger, Dave Matthews was section of several important rings. He was raised in McAlester, Alright and researched at Oklahoma College or university and Chicago Musical University. Matthews’ first main work was as an altoist with Ben Pollack’s Orchestra from 1935-36. Then caused Jimmy Dorsey …

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Joe Yukl

In the event that you loved Jimmy Stewart’s faked trombone taking part in in the 1953 film The Glenn Miller Story, you have Joe Yukl to thank; he coached Stewart in the artwork of trombone technique and performed a number of the solos in the film. Yukl had an extended …

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Rubin Zarchy

His stage name sounding such as a fragment of a disagreement within a Chinese language laundromat, Zeke Zarchy is a trumpeter using a towering discography, twin towers actually with one comprising his busy function through the swing era as well as the other composed of his program man activities from …

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Herbert Cowans

This veteran jazz and theater drummer and bandleader’s name often appears with an “a” instead of an “e” for the ultimate vowel, without doubt an attempt to create it more closely resemble the name of his home state, Texas. In the end, few feelings rival in strength the satisfaction Texans …

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Art Drelinger

If asked to create a frequently heard jazz horn participant named Artwork, logical choices may be Artwork Farmer, Artwork Pepper or Artie Shaw. An instance could be produced that Artwork Drelinger competitors all three, size of his discography most important, yet the idea of the general public hearing him may …

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Frank Carlson

From the background in the best band and golf swing jazz from the ’30s, Frank Carlson became a busy studio-session drummer who performed on an enormous stack of strike records, including edges by Doris Day, Bing Crosby, and Elvis Presley. His cache with hipsters comes mainly from obtaining the studio …

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Harry Lawson

Harry Lawson, whose nickname in the best band heydays from the ’30s and ’40s was “Big Jim,” celebrated his 99th birthday in 2003. Maybe his longevity could be attributed to quitting playing trumpet, which he was pressured to accomplish in the past due ’50s because of issues with his tooth. …

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Francis Howard

This trombonist was referred to as a “Joe,” was created a Francis, and used both names in recording credits, which you can find seemingly as much as gumball tree pods within a Dixie backyard. Students of LA City University and area of the thrilling, innovative L.A. big-band picture in the …

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Slats Long

Wichita, KS, may possibly not be well-known for the music artists who been given birth to there; to everyone, the most obvious musical Wichita research will be the “Wichita Lineman” mythologized by songwriter Jimmy Webb. Slats Long was a Wichita clarinetist, hinting that few in his hometown actually understood about …

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Don Lodice

b. Dominici LoGuidice, 25 Oct 1919, USA, d. 29 Apr 1995, LA, California, USA. Playing chiefly tenor saxophone, Lodice was sideman numerous rings, including Bunny Berigan in 1939 as well as the same yr Teddy Powell. Early in 1940 he became a member of Tommy Dorsey and presented on effective …

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