The Missourians began as Wilson Robinson’s Syncopators in the first 1920s and formed their identity while operating as Andrew Preer’s Natural cotton Golf club Orchestra from 1925-27, if they were the home band from the Natural cotton Golf club. The ten-piece group toured with Ethel Waters in 1927 and transformed its name towards the Missourians at that time, because it was no more based in the Natural cotton Club. The music group played regularly in the Savoy Ballroom from 1928-29 beneath the path of altoist George Scott. Although that they had documented “THERE IS a fresh Baby” under Andrew Preer’s management in 1927 (when among its trumpeters was Sidney DeParis), its primary accomplishments had been the dozen warm recordings it produced as the Missourians for RCA from 1929-30. Nevertheless, the music group was battling and could have broken up had been it not really for Cab Calloway, who experienced first started dealing with the Missourians in 1929. Calloway employed all the music artists as the nucleus of his orchestra in 1930 as soon as again that they had great achievement in the Natural cotton Club. But this time around the Missourians (whose name was decreased) had been quite subservient to its innovator, no longer featuring its personal separate identification. And as time passes, one at a time, the music artists had been changed by Calloway as the Missourians exceeded into history.