George "Bon Bon" Tunnell

George "Bon Bon" Tunnell

Real Name:
George Tunnell.
Profile:
American jazz pianist and singer.
Born : June 29, 1912 in Reading (or) South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Died : May 20, 1975 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

George played in the 1920s in his own groups called "Bon Bon & His Buddies" and "The Three Keys" and then find employment in the orchestra of Jan Savitt (from 1937 to 1942) left Savitt, George continued his musical career.
Nickname : "Bon Bon".George Tunnell was the first African-American male singer to be featured regularly with a white jazz big band.
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Artist

George "Bon Bon" Tunnell Discography Tracks

Albums

AJAX-169 Jan Savitt, Bon Bon* Jan Savitt, Bon Bon* - In Disco Order Volume 4(LP) Ajax AJAX-169 Unknown Sell This Version
6046 George "Bon Bon" Tunnell, Jan Savitt And His Orchestra George "Bon Bon" Tunnell, Jan Savitt And His Orchestra - Bon Bon(LP) Joyce 6046 US Unknown Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

7201 Bon Bon* I Drove You Into Someone Else's Arms / Do You Know How It Feels To Be Lonesome?(Shellac, 10") Beacon 7201 US 1947 Sell This Version
7192 Bon Bon* Accompanied By Red Caps Trio Bon Bon* Accompanied By Red Caps Trio - Truthfully / Better Stop Playin' Around(Shellac, 10") Joe Davis Records 7192 Unknown Sell This Version