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Fred Hall (musician)

Fred Waring

Freddie Fisher (musician)

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Gene "Bowlegs" Miller

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George Gee (bandleader)

George Hamilton (musician)

George N. Parks

George Olsen

George S. Howard

George Sanger (musician)

George Stanford

Gilberto "Pulpo" Colón Jr.

Glen Gray

Glenn Miller

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Gus Arnheim

Hank Thompson (musician)

Harold Barlow (songwriter)

Harry Connick, Jr.

Harry Kandel

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Herbert L. Clarke

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Horace Heidt

Horace Heidt, Jr.

Ike Turner

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Jack R. Anderson

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Janet Lawson

Jeff Coffin

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Joe Weaver

John Gilmore (musician)

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Logan Richardson

Lonnie Youngblood

Lou Perez (musician)

Lucia Pamela

Maceo Parker

Mark Masters (musician)

Marty Gold

Marty Paich

Maurice McAdow

Maurice White

Merle Evans

Mike Dillon (musician)

Milton Brown

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Nathaniel Clark Smith

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Pupi Campo

Ray Chew

Ray Kinney

Ray McKinley

Ray Smith (rockabilly singer)

Ray Teal

Red Ingle

Red Perkins

Red Prysock

René Touzet

Richard Franko Goldman

Rick Benjamin (conductor)

Robert O. Briggs

Rodney Kendrick

Rudy Vallée

Sabby Lewis

Sammy Kaye

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Slim Wilson

Sonny Dae and His Knights

Sonny Dunham

Sonny Rollins

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Spike Jones

Stan Freese

Steve Freund

Steve Sample, Sr.

Tal Henry

Ted Johnson (bandleader)

Ted Weems

The Charlie Davis Orchestra

Thomas Snow (pianist)

Thorstein Skarning

Tia Fuller

Timmie Rogers

Tiny Hill

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Tommy Dorsey

Tommy Tucker (bandleader)

Tony Martínez (actor)

Tony Pabón

Troy Duffy

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Vaughn Monroe

Vic Schoen

Vincent Montana, Jr.

Waddy Wachtel

Wade H. Hammond

Walter B. Rogers

Wayne King

Wilbur Schwandt

Wilbur de Paris

William Marshall (bandleader)

William Pitt (Mormon)

William Revelli

Willie Mitchell (musician)

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Roaring 20s: Ben Bernie & His Orch. - Lonely Eyes, 1926

Ben Bernie & His Hotel Roosevelt Orch. - Lonely Eyes, Fox Trot (Benny Davis - Harry Akst) with Vocal Duet, Brunswick 1926 (USA) NOTE: Ben Bernie (b.1891 as Bernard Anzelevitz) was an American...

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) American jazz bandleader and drummer.

Roarin' 20s: Clyde Doerr & His Orch. - Give Me A Night In June, 1927

Clyde Doerr & His Dance Orchestra, with Vocal Refrain – Give Me A Night In June (Friend), Romeo 1927 (USA) NOTE: Clyde Doerr was one of American pioneers of saxophone. Born in a little town...

Ipana Troubadours, Smith Ballew vocal - That's Living (1929)

Sam (C.) Lanin (Sept.4,1891 - May 5,1977) was an American jazz bandleader. Lanin's brothers, Howard and Lester, were also bandleaders, and all of them had sustained, successful careers in music....

1931 Bert Lown - Lonesome Lover (Elmer Feldkamp, vocal)

Isham Jones, Vincent Lopez and Fred Rich were among the other American bandleaders to record this tune. A British version by Jack Hylton is also posted to this channel. CD audio courtesy...

Ray Anthony: Perfidia

ALBUM: Dream Dancing in the Latin Mood [CD 1998] COMPOSER: Alberto Dominguez PERFORMER: Ray Anthony And His Orchestra ~~Ray Anthony (born Raymond Antonini, January 20, 1922, ...

Vincent Lopez Orchestra, Jack Parker - When I'm Looking At You (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 leading his own dance band in...

Roaring 1920s: Club Royal Orch. - All That I Need Is You, 1924

Club Royal Orchestra (dir. by Clyde Doerr) – All That I Need Is You, Fox Trot (A.Baer), HMV 1924 (British) NOTE: Clyde Doerr was an American bandleader and pioneer saxophonist, who worked...

Vincent Lopez Orchestra, Stanley Worth - Let's Face The Music And Dance (1936)

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 leading his own dance band in ...

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21 news items

 
Waco Tribune-Herald
Thu, 23 Apr 2015 00:30:00 -0700

There'll be a roof over the head of the audience and performers and no grass under their feet at Saturday's Baylor President's Concert, but its program is modeled after the style of park concerts that American bandleaders John Philip Sousa and Edwin ...

Kansas City Star

Kansas City Star
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 10:02:14 -0700

The music most closely associated with circuses was written by European classical composers like Julius Fucik and American bandleaders of the early 20th century. UniverSoul Circus marches to a decidedly different beat. Founded in Atlanta 20 years ago, ...
 
New York Times
Sat, 12 Apr 2014 20:16:16 -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 ...
 
ColorLines magazine
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 07:35:06 -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 ...
 
Tiny Mix Tapes
Mon, 14 Apr 2014 08:44:48 -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 ...
 
New York Times
Wed, 28 Nov 2007 00:00:00 -0800

In between songs by famous local Czech-American bandleaders like Al Grebnick and Ernie Kucera, Mr. Vyhlidal makes room for callers and their family news: deaths, births, deployments, knee replacements. He stays unfailingly crisp and upbeat, except when ...
 
Sydney Morning Herald
Thu, 22 Dec 2011 05:08:21 -0800

Yes, Rawiller does whip ''twiggling'' through his fingers like a magician as well as a movement in the manner of those marching American bandleaders hurling their batons with gay abandon. Alas, ''extravagant action of right arm … arm being raised ...
 
Spiked
Tue, 01 Jul 2008 07:20:37 -0700

Even the most bored British schoolchildren might be distracted from gazing out of the classroom window this month by a little magazine that may be placed in their classroom. It's a colourful product but its looks won't be all that strikes them. It will ...
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