Mostly of the traditional jazz music artists who later on branched out into golf swing and bop, trumpeter Wallace Davenport also backed gospel and R&B vocalists during a thorough career. He used the Youthful Tuxedo Brass Music group in 1938 along with Papa Celestin in 1941 before departing New Orleans to provide within the Navy. Davenport came back there following the Battle, and produced the changeover to golf swing and bop, using various local rings. Through the ’50s he toured America and European countries dealing with Lionel Hampton, and documented in Paris within the middle-’50s with Mezz Mezzrow. Davenport used Count number Basie from 1964 to 1966, and in addition toured with vocalists Ray Charles and Lloyd Cost. He returned to performing traditional jazz in New Orleans in 1969, and released recordings of his organizations playing this design from 1971-1976 by himself label, My Jazz. Davenport documented in European countries with George Wein in 1974, along with Panama Francis and Arnett Cobb in 1976. From 1976 to 1979 he continuing leading his personal rings in New Orleans, and in addition reunited with Hampton briefly in 1976. The trumpeter worked well within the ’80s with both traditional devices and gospel organizations just like the Zion Harmonizers and Aline White colored. Wallace Davenport passed away in New Orleans on March 18, 2004, at age group 78.