Shorty Rogers

Real Name:Milton Michael Rajonsky

American jazz trumpeter, composer, arranger and bandleader.

Not same as pianist, bandleader, arranger Milton Rogers (born Milton Adelstein)

Born April 14, 1924 in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
Died November 7, 1994 (age of 70) in Van Nuys, California.
Worked with Will Bradley, Red Norvo, Teddy Charles, Woody Herman, Charlie Barnet and Stan Kenton, among others. In addition to leading his own jazz groups, he was a producer and writer, and teamed with Kelly Gordon for a number of productions, especially in the late 1960s. He is also known for having arranged and conducted several records for The Monkees and Michael Nesmith.

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Aliases:"The Prince", Boots Brown (2), Calvin Cool, Sam "Highpockets" Henderson
In Groups:Bobby Troup And His Stars Of Jazz, Boots Brown And His Blockbusters, Boots Brown And The Pflugelpipers, Bud Shank - Shorty Rogers Quintet, Cozy Cole Orchestra, Elmer Bernstein & Orchestra, Gordon 'N' Rogers Inter-Urban Electric A & E Pit Crew And Rhythm Band, Howard Rumsey's Lighthouse All-Stars, Johnny Richards And His Orchestra, Kai Winding's New Jazz Group, Kai's Krazy Cats, Leith Stevens & His Orchestra, Leith Stevens' All Stars, Louis Bellson's Just Jazz All Stars, Milt Bernhart And His Orchestra, National Youth Jazz Orchestra, Pete Rugolo Orchestra, Red Norvo And His Orchestra, Red Norvo Septet, Red Norvo Sextet
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