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Joe Marsala

An excellent golf swing clarinetist who could match Dixieland settings however welcomed Dizzy Gillespie to some memorable program in 1945, Joe Marsala was the older sibling of trumpeter Marty Marsala (1909-1975) as well as the hubby of the fantastic jazz harpist Adele Girard (1913-1993). He freelanced around Chicago beginning in …

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Joanie Pallatto

Xenia, OH, offers produced two jazz music artists of some prominence, trombonist Vic Dickenson and jazz vocalist Joanie Pallatto. As the jazz insect was to arrive later, the building blocks was laid by her musical family members. Her father performed violin, her mom guitar, plus they continuously sang together throughout …

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Frank Wess

Among the initial main jazz flutists, Frank Wess was also a high Lester Young-influenced tenor guy, an expert initial altoist, and an intermittent composer/arranger — certainly a very important man to get around. In early stages he toured with Blanche Calloway, offered in the armed forces, and acquired stints using …

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Joe Albany

Considering pianist Joe Albany’s lifestyle in hindsight, it really is miraculous that he resided to almost reach 64. Critical problems with alcohol and drugs resulted in some harrowing situations and his local life could not be referred to as tranquil (his second wife dedicated suicide while his third nearly passed …

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Eddie Bert

Eddie Bert had an extended profession in jazz and in the studios, managing to visit nearly unnoticed by basically his fellow music artists. An excellent and versatile soloist, Bert also performed a large component behind the moments, carrying out his parts quite capably in orchestras. Among his early educators had …

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Frank Capp

Frank Capp, a flexible and consistently swinging drummer, wants to drive a huge band. As head from the Juggernaut (an organization he co-led with Nat Pierce beginning in 1975, before pianist’s loss of life in 1992), he surely got to press and inspire a few of Los Angeles’ greatest. Capp …

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