A longtime fixture within the Chicago trad picture, Pickup truck Parham played inside a many configurations during his very long career. An excellent athlete in his start (including hanging out playing professional soccer using the Chicago Negro All Celebrities so when a boxer), Parham was originally a drummer before switching to bass; among his educators on the second option was Walter Web page. Parham found early experience using Zack Whyte’s music group within the Midwest (mainly Cincinnati) during 1932-34. Back Chicago, the bassist performed frequently with Zutty Singleton and Roy Eldridge (1936-38), and sometimes with Artwork Tatum. Following a stint with Bob Shoffner’s Big Music group, Parham in 1940 became a member of Earl Hines’ big music group for just two years before having a protracted stick with Jimmie Lunceford’s Orchestra (1942-47). In Chicago, Parham was section of Muggsy Spanier’s dixieland music group (1950-55) and in addition caused Herbie Areas (1956-57), Earl Hines and Louie Bellson. Within the 1960’s Parham mainly played with Artwork Hodes and since that time he has continuing using trad jazz groupings. Although he hardly ever recorded being a head, Parham (an excellent soloist and an excellent accompanist) made an appearance on many information over time including with Eldridge, Hines, Lunceford, Spanier, Bellson and Hodes.
|1||Double bass player, former professional footballer with the Chicago Negro All Stars. Played in the bands of Roy Eldridge (1936-38), Earl Hines (1940-42), Jimmie Lunceford (1942-47) and Mugsy Spanier (195--55).|
|Keisarikunta||2004||writer: "Drumming Man"|
|NET Festival||1969||TV Series documentary||Himself - Bassist|
|Jazz Alley||1968||TV Series||Himself|
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