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Vic Breidis

Among the skills turned out from the Ben Pollack college of jazz, pianist Vic Breidis can be from the earliest recordings of Benny Goodman. Breidis may be the author of the golf swing jazz regular “Lazy Tempo,” although he could have been sluggish himself when it found arranging posting copyright, …

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Sandy Stewart

Having a singing style that falls between jazz and cabaret, Sandy Stewart is wearing occasion gained items of fame in the music world, though her fame mainly rests with being the mom of pianist Bill Charlap as well as the wife from the songwriter Moose Charlap. Stewart sang when she …

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Steve Jordan

Among the last from the acoustic tempo guitarists, Steve Jordan kept the Freddie Green/Allan Reuss custom entering the 1990s. He in fact studied in early stages with Reuss (Benny Goodman’s tempo guitarist), and Jordan was often much more thinking about being component of a tempo section than learning to be …

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Deane Kincaide

While Deane Kincaide could easily get around quite nicely on as much as half-a-dozen different music instruments, significant amounts of his profession was specialized in jotting down notes for others to try out. He wrote plans for big rings that targeted at an target audience who listened carefully and significantly, …

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Art Karle

Perhaps only a little less obscure compared to the likes of Greely Walton, Artwork Karle was a tenor saxophonist and clarinetist who began leading his own bands in Boston simply because an adolescent in the ’20s. He was backwards and forwards between the jobs of bandleader and sideman throughout his …

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Corky Cornelius

The trumpeter Corky Cornelius discovered music from his father, a drummer who played in early Tx dance hall rings and used the same nickname as his son, representing the variation around the Cornelius surname or a passion for opening bottles of wine. Small Edward “Corky” Cornelius was created in Hoosier …

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Leo McConville

An associate of Baltimore’s notorious community of historic jazz music artists of Irish descent, trumpeter Leo McConville was sighted on bandstands as soon as 1914. “Big name” position came his method some five years later on when he started using the Louisiana Five. In the next 10 years the trumpeter …

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Dick Hafer

An excellent veteran tenor saxophonist who was simply longer overlooked and under-featured, Dick Hafer produced a solid impression along with his 1994 Fresh Audio release Prez Impressions (a tribute to Lester Little). He began on clarinet when he was seven, switching to tenor in senior high school. Hafer’s initial major …

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Will Bradley

Can Bradley was a soft-spoken trombonist who got well-known for a couple of years simply by teaming up with Ray McKinley and forming a huge music group that spearheaded the boogie-woogie trend of the later ’30s and early ’40s. McKinley was even more suitable for the boogie than Bradley, who …

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Woody Herman

A fine golf swing clarinetist, an altoist whose sound was influenced by Johnny Hodges, an excellent soprano saxophonist, and a spirited blues vocalist, Woody Herman’s greatest significance to jazz was mainly because the first choice of an extended type of big rings. He always urged young skill and, a lot …

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