American jazz trombonist, born 20 August 1926 in Detroit, Michigan, USA and died by suicide 26 November 1978 in Van Nuys, California, USA. He played with several big bands after serving in the military during WWII.
Bill Holman And His Orchestra, Bill Holman's Great Big Band, Bob Cooper Nonet, Bobby Knight's Great American Trombone Company, Bobby Troup And His Stars Of Jazz, Boy Edgar Big Band, Buddy Rich And His Orchestra, Dizzy Gillespie Big Band, Four Trombone Band, Francy Boland And Orchestra, Frank Rosolino And His Quartet, Frank Rosolino Quintet, Frank Strazzeri Sextet, Georgie Auld And His Orchestra, Gerry Mulligan And The Jazz Combo, Hot Rod Rumble Orchestra, Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All-Stars, Jimmy Giuffre's Orchestra, Johnny Mandel Orchestra, Johnny Richards And His Orchestra, Pete Rugolo Orchestra, Richie Kamuca Bill Holman Octet, Rosolino-Persson Sextet, Russell Garcia And His Orchestra, Shorty Rogers And His Giants, Shorty Rogers And His Orchestra, Shorty Rogers Big Band, Soundstage All-Stars, Stan Kenton And His Orchestra, Stan Levey Sextet, Stanley Wilson And His Orchestra, Supersax, Terry Gibbs And His Orchestra, Terry Gibbs Dream Band, The Buddy Bregman Band, The Buddy Bregman Orchestra, The Chet Baker Big Band, The Frank Rosolino Sextet, The Georgie Auld Quintet, The Lennie Niehaus Octet, The Los Angeles Neophonic Orchestra, The Lou Levy Sextet, Tommy Turk And His Orchestra, Trombones Unlimited, Tutti's Trombones, Zoot Sims Sextet
- 19 Vocals
- 525 Instruments & Performance
- 80 Writing & Arrangement
- 23 Featuring & Presenting
- 1 Conducting & Leading