Charlie Barnet

Real Name:Charles Daly Barnet

American jazz saxophonist, composer, and bandleader.
Born October 26, 1913 (New York, New York, United States)
Died September 04, 1991 (San Diego, California, United States)

The height of Barnet's popularity came in 1940-1945, including charting fifteen songs on the U.S. charts, three of them top five songs: "Where Was I?" (1940, #1), "Pompton Turnpike" (#3, 1940), "I Hear a Rhapsody" (#2, 1941).
In 1947, Barnet started to switch from swing music to bebop. Barnet was one of the first bandleaders to integrate his band.

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Aliases:Dale Bennett
In Groups:Barney Bigard And His Jazzopaters, Charlie Barnet And His Glen Island Casino Orchestra, Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra, Charlie Barnet And His Rhythm Makers, Charlie Barnet Glee Club, Charlie Barnet Sextet, Duke Ellington And His Orchestra, Jam Session (10), Metronome All Stars, The Charlie Barnet Band, The Charlie Barnet Quartet, The Giants Of Jazz (3)
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