Although not the very first jazz flute soloist (Albert Soccarras preceded him by five years), Wayman Carver was practically the only real flutist to become included on swing information within the 1930s. He found early experience using J. Neal Montgomery’s music group. In 1931, he resolved in NY, where he documented with Dave Nelson. Following a stint with Elmer Snowden (1931-1932), he became a member of Benny Carter and documented with Spike Hughes in 1933, acquiring a few of his greatest solos. Carver was with Chick Webb’s music group during 1934-1939 (mainly playing within the sax section), but was well-featured on four 1937 game titles by Chick Webb and his Small Chicks, a quintet complementing his flute with Chauncey Haughton’s clarinet. Carver continued to be using the orchestra since it continuing under Ella Fitzgerald’s command after Webb’s loss of life (1939-1941), and eventually resolved in Atlanta being a teacher of music at Clark University; among his learners had been George Adams and Marion Dark brown.