Johnny Hodges

Real Name:John Cornelius Hodges

American jazz saxophonist who played in Duke Ellington And His Orchestra for many years and had his own band between 1951 and 1955. Also performed on and off in several other jazz bands.
Born 25 July 1907, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA - Died 11 May 1970, New York City, New York, USA.

Do NOT confuse with Jimmie Hodges ("Someday (You'll Want Me To Want You)")

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Aliases:"Harvey", "The Rabbit", Cue Porter
In Groups:Benny Goodman Jam Session, Billy Strayhorn's Septet, Billy Taylor's Big Eight, Booty Wood And His Allstars, Cootie Williams & His Rug Cutters, Duke Ellington All Star Road Band, Duke Ellington And His Award Winners, Duke Ellington And His Cotton Club Orchestra, Duke Ellington And His Jazz Group, Duke Ellington And His Orchestra, Duke Ellington Octet, Duke Ellington Sextet, Earl Hines Sextet, Esquire All American Award Winners, Ivie Anderson And Her Boys From Dixie, Johnny Hodges & His Big Band, Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra, Johnny Hodges And His Small Band, Johnny Hodges And His Strings, Johnny Hodges Septet
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