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Doodles Weaver

Comedian Doodles Weaver was an integral person in Spike Jones’ Town Slickers through the years subsequent World Battle II. Given birth to Winstead Sheffield Weaver in LA on, may 11, 1911, he gained the child years nickname “Doodlebug” from his mom in mention of his unusual, malleable appears. While going …

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George Jenkins

A bandleader in his personal right as well as the inventor of two albums under his personal name in the ’50s, jazz drummer George Jenkins was also known for his loyal support to jazz celebrities such as for example Lionel Hampton, Erroll Garner, Louis Armstrong, and Benny Carter. It had …

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No Bragging Rights

So-Cal metalcore group Zero Bragging Legal rights was shaped in 1999 by vocalist Mike Perez in the soft age of 15. Between 2001 and 2004, he and his group began like a self-contained device, placing out two demos and an EP independently. The music group rotated members for some from …

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Don Grady

A lot of people probably affiliate Don Grady just with his performing credits, such as an interval in the past due ’50s spent like a Disney Mouseketeer and a long-running stint as Robbie Douglas, the type he played alongside Fred MacMurray for twelve years on the tv screen sitcom My …

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Ish Kabibble

Given birth to Merwyn Bogue, this versatile and amusing designer managed to think of a stage name that was even weirder sounding than his true name. Or in fact, his manager, Kay Kyser, developed the name when the trumpeter became a member of Kyser’s music group in 1931. Initially, “Ish …

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Walter Catlett

b. 4 Feb 1889, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, USA, d. 14 November 1960, Woodland Hillsides, California, USA. After employed in vaudeville for quite some time being a comedian, Catlett made an appearance on Broadway, notably in Sally (1921), which starred Marilyn Miller. In the first 20s he started a …

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May Aufderheide

The name Might Aufderheide may be familiar to Bunk Johnson fans, as her once famous “Dusty Rag” became area of the Dixie Revival when Bunk’s band recorded it through the 1940s. Created on, may 21st 1890 in Indianapolis Indiana, Ms. Aufderheide was uncommonly effective as a lady author of ragtime, …

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G-Eazy

Arriving on-stage having a pompadour and a set coat, G-Eazy became referred to as “the Wayne Dean of rap,” but his music is a lot less troubled than that name might imply, having crossed to the mainstream along with his reinterpretation from the rock and roll & move classic “Runaround …

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Best Coast

Bethany Cosentino was zero stranger to the level when she began focusing on recordings with bandmate Bobb Bruno beneath the name Best Coastline in ’09 2009. A previous child celebrity, Cosentino had began writing music in her teenagers, and had obtained a solid online pursuing by enough time she was …

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Zinky Cohn

Zinky Cohn was a pianist from the past due-’20s and ’30s Chicago picture, especially the sets of clarinetist Jimmie Noone. Although playing jazz hasn’t been a sedate business, this period was certainly among the wildest in the annals of the genre. One of these of the sort of playing encounters …

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