Jimmy Wade

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Early jazz cornetist, trumpeter, pianist and band leader, born c. 1895 in Jacksonville, Illinois, died February 1957 in Chicago, Illinois.
After leading own band at Queen's Hall in Chicago c. 1916, Wade was director of the band that accompanied vaudeville blues singer Lucille Hegamin, working in Seattle and New York. He left in early 1920s and returned to Chicago to play with Doc Cook. Later formed own band again, playing in Chicago and also in New York at the Savoy Ballroom in 1926 and the Club Alabam in 1927. During the 1930s mainly own ensembles.
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94259, EPC 94 259 Jimmy Wade - Carroll Dickerson, Jimmy Wade, The Jungleband 1928/29 album art Carroll Dickerson - Jimmy Wade - The Jungleband* Carroll Dickerson - Jimmy Wade - The Jungleband* - Carroll Dickerson, Jimmy Wade, The Jungleband 1928/29(7", EP, Comp, Mono) Coral, Coral 94259, EPC 94 259 Germany Unknown Sell This Version