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American jazz bandleaders

    

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Ace Brigode

Adolph Hofner

Al Cooper

Al Dvorin

Al G. Wright

Al Kavelin

Al Trace

Allessandro Liberati

Alma Julia Hightower

Alton Adams

Andy Sannella

Anson Weeks

Antonio Morelli

Archie Bleyer

Art Hickman

Arthur Lange

Arthur Pryor

Arvid Franzen

Austin Kelly

Austin Van Catterton, Sr.

B. A. Rolfe

Barry White

Ben Branch

Ben Selvin

Bernie Lowe

Bill Haley

Blue Barron

Bob Crosby

Bob Haring

Bob Kuban

Bob Moore

Bob Thompson (musician)

Bob Wills

Bobby Marchan

Bobby Scott (musician)

Bohumil Makovsky

Bosco Mann

Boyd Bennett

Brian Patneaude

Brian Setzer

Buddy Lucas (musician)

Béla Babai

Calvin Boze

Carl Fenton

Carl Ravazza

Carroll Gibbons

Charles A. Prince

Charles Agnew

Charlie Musselwhite

Charlie Palmieri

Charlie Spivak

Chris Daniels (musician)

Claude Gordon

Conrad O. Johnson

Count Basie

Dan Gregory

Dan Hicks (singer)

Dana Hall (musician)

David Matthews (keyboardist)

David Wallis Reeves

Deacon John Moore

Derek Trucks

Desi Arnaz

Earl Burtnett

Earl Fuller

Eddie DeLange

Eddie Palmieri

Edwin Franko Goldman

Ernie McKay

Foy Willing

Frank Westphal

Fred Hall (musician)

Fred Waring

Freddie Fisher (musician)

Freddy Martin

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller

Gene Summers

George Gee (bandleader)

George Hamilton (musician)

George N. Parks

George S. Howard

George Sanger (musician)

George Stanford

Gilberto "Pulpo" Colón Jr.

Glen Gray

Glenn Miller

Glenn Osser

Gus Arnheim

Hank Thompson (musician)

Harold Barlow (songwriter)

Harry Connick, Jr.

Harry Kandel

Harry Reser

Harry Richman

Henry Fillmore

Henry Halstead

Henry Hart (musician)

Herbert L. Clarke

Herman "Roscoe" Ernest III

Horace Heidt

Ike Turner

Isham Jones

Jack Fina

Jack R. Anderson

James Cotton

James M. Fulton

Janet Lawson

Jeff Coffin

Jeremy Current

Jimmy Maxwell (bandleader)

Jimmy Velvit

Joe Leahy

Joe Weaver

Joe Wilder

John Gilmore (musician)

Johnny Carroll

Johnny Knorr

Joseph John Richards

Joseph Samuels

Judy Chamberlain

Karl King

Kay Kyser

Keith Brion

Kelvin Sholar

Kevin Eubanks

King Curtis

King Watzke

Kris Ware

Larry Clinton

Lawrence Welk

LeRoy Holmes

Les Brown (bandleader)

Lincoln Holroyd

Logan Richardson

Lonnie Youngblood

Lou Perez (musician)

Lucia Pamela

Maceo Parker

Marty Gold

Marty Paich

Maurice McAdow

Maurice White

Merle Evans

Mike Dillon (musician)

Milton Brown

Nathaniel Clark Smith

Nelson Riddle

Nolan Gasser

Oliver Sain

Ollie Mitchell

Orrin Tucker

Patrick Gilmore

Paul Ash

Paul Lavalle

Paul Mirkovich

Paul Shaffer

Paul Specht

Pete Rodriguez (Boogaloo)

Peter Duchin

Peter van Steeden

Phil Harris

Phil Volk

Pinky Tomlin

Pupi Campo

Ray Chew

Ray Smith (rockabilly singer)

Ray Teal

Red Ingle

Red Perkins

Red Prysock

René Touzet

Richard Franko Goldman

Rodney Kendrick

Rudy Vallée

Sabby Lewis

Sammy Kaye

Sean Jones (trumpeter)

Slim Wilson

Sonny Dae and His Knights

Sonny Dunham

Sonny Rollins

Sonny Thompson

Spike Jones

Stan Freese

Steve Freund

Steve Sample, Sr.

Tal Henry

Ted Johnson (bandleader)

Ted Weems

The Charlie Davis Orchestra

Thomas Snow (musician)

Thorstein Skarning

Tia Fuller

Timmie Rogers

Tiny Hill

Todd Rhodes

Tommy Dorsey

Tommy Tucker (bandleader)

Tony Martínez (actor)

Troy Duffy

Tuff Green

Tye Tribbett

Vaughn Monroe

Vic Schoen

Vincent Montana, Jr.

Waddy Wachtel

Wade H. Hammond

Walter B. Rogers

Wayne King

Wilbur Schwandt

William Marshall (bandleader)

William Revelli

Willie Mitchell (musician)

Zaccai Curtis

 

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You Took Advantage Of Me - Ford Leary Vocal with Larry Clinton & His Orch

Larry Clinton (August 17, 1909 -- May 2, 1985) was a trumpeter who became a prominent American bandleader Clinton was born in Brooklyn, New York. He became a...

American Swing: Chick Webb - Blues In My Heart, 1931

Chick Webb & His Orchestra with Vocal Chorus - Blues In My Heart, Brunswick 1931 NOTE: William Henry ("Chick") WEBB (b.1905 in Baltimore, MD -- d.1939) Ameri...

Joe Rines and his Orchestra - One More Night (1928)

Joseph W. Rines (Oct.1,1901 - Dec.12,1986) was an American Bandleader and songwriter. He was raised and educated in Boston, and began appearing on radio in 1...

London's Roaring 20s: Piccadilly Revels Band - Brown Sugar, 1926

Piccadilly Revels Band (Ray Starita's Band) -- Brown Sugar, Charleston (H.Barris) 1926 (UK; Recorded in a Public Hall) NOTE: Al, Rudy and Ray Starita were Am...

Vincent Lopez and his Casa Lopez Orchestra, Keller Sisters and Lynch - I'll Just Go Along (1927)

Vincent Lopez (Dec.30,1895 -- Sept.29,1975) was an American bandleader and pianist. He was born of Portuguese immigrant parents in Brooklyn, New York and was...

Vincent Lopez & His Hotel Pennsylvania Orch. - I Love You, 1924

I Love You, Fox Trot (Harry Archer) -- Vincent Lopez and His Hotel Pennsylvania Orchestra, Okeh 1924 (USA; accoustical rec.) NOTE: Harry ARCHER was a success...

Vincent Lopez and his Orchestra, Irving Kaufman vocal - My Sweeter Than Sweet (1930)

Vincent Lopez (Dec.30,1895 - Sept.29,1975) was an American bandleader and pianist. He was born of Portuguese immigrant parents in Brooklyn, New York and was ...

Vincent Lopez Orchestra, Irving Kaufman vocal - Kiss and Make Up (1927)

Vincent Lopez (Dec.30,1895 -- Sept.29,1975) was an American bandleader and pianist. He was born of Portuguese immigrant parents in Brooklyn, New York and was...

Ambrose and his Orchestra, Sam Browne vocal - Stormy Weather (1933)

Benjamin Baruch Ambrose (Sept.15,1896 - June 11,1971) was an English bandleader and violinist. His professional name was officially Bert Ambrose, but he was ...

American Jazz History - Dizz- Miles -Coltrane - Bird - Charlie Parker - Billie Holiday - Nina Simone

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3 news items

EBONY.com

EBONY.com
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 10:26:15 -0700

Mr. Ho, who was of Chinese descent, considered himself a “popular avant-gardist.” He was inspired by the Black Arts movement of the 1960s and by the ambitious, powerful music of African-American bandleaders including Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, Sun ...
 
New York Times
Sat, 12 Apr 2014 20:16:16 -0700

... considered himself a “popular avant-gardist.” He was inspired by the Black Arts movement of the 1960s and by the ambitious, powerful music of African-American bandleaders including Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, Sun Ra and especially Charles Mingus.
 
Tiny Mix Tapes
Mon, 14 Apr 2014 08:33:45 -0700

He was inspired by the Black Arts movement of the 1960s and by the ambitious, powerful music of African-American bandleaders, including Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, Sun Ra and especially Charles Mingus. But he rejected the word jazz, which he ...
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