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Freddie Moore

Freddie Moore certainly had an extended career. He began playing drums when he was 12 in 1912 and was still energetic 80 years afterwards. Moore started his profession playing in journeying displays and he found much encounter in variety displays and on vaudeville. He was with Charlie Creath in 1927 …

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Charles “Truck” Parham

Charles “Pickup truck” Parham played bass with a few of the most renowned jazz and Dixieland music artists from the 20th hundred years, including pianist Artwork Tatum and cornet participant Muggsy Spanier, amongst others. Created and elevated in Chicago, Parham offered newspapers through the town’s famous Dreamland Café, where he …

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Riverboat Five

An excellent if today forgotten dixieland music group, the Riverboat Five played no-nonsense New Orleans jazz through the second about half from the 1950’s. Founded and led by clarinetist Ed Reed, the initial group contains cornetist Ted Butterman, trombonist Wray Thomas, pianist Keller Merck, banjoist Dargan Fitch, tuba participant Ed …

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Gene Mayl

An excellent supportive participant in Dixieland settings, Gene Mayl was most crucial being a leader of stimulating and hard-swinging bands that went beneath the name from the Dixieland Rhythm Kings. He founded the group in 1948, plus they had been active in to the 1980s. Mayl spent 1948 and 1949 …

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Billy Shepherd

This artist performed on greater than a dozen recording sessions in the late ’30s and early ’40s, including controversial big band beneath the leadership of Red Nichols. Billy Shepherd can be often defined as Costs Shepard. In any case he shouldn’t be confused using the trombonist from the same name …

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Austin High Gang

This name was presented with to a casual band of Midwestern musicians whose mainstays had all attended Austin Saturated in Chicago through the ’20s. The alumni list included Jimmy McPartland, Dave Hard, Frank Teschemacher, Joe Sullivan and Bud Freeman.

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Classic Jazz Ensemble

Armen Von Der Heydt’s traditional jazz revival group. They possess played a whole lot in Chicago night clubs, but scarcely documented. A good-time, sweet-swinging group.

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Fred Gennett

Fred Gennett was responsible for the record division of Starr Piano, Gennett Information, perhaps one of the most essential indie record labels of the first twentieth century. Starr Piano was a family group business, going by Fred Gennett’s dad, Henry Gennett, and in addition operate with Fred’s brothers Clarence Gennett …

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Jerry Fuller

The longer career of clarinetist Jerry Fuller includes an intriguing group of recordings below his name, a protracted collaboration with the fantastic trombonist Jack Teagarden, and in Fuller’s final years participation in the prophetic Style Is Back Style combo. Fuller’s name if frequently associated with traditional Dixieland stylings — for …

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