Ben Pollack


Ben Pollack (born June 22, 1903 in Chicago, Illinois, USA - died June 7, 1971, Palm Springs, California, USA) was an American jazz drummer, singer and bandleader. He worked with artists like Jack Teagarden, Kay Starr, Benny Goodman, Eddie Lang and Joe Venuti, to name a few. In 1945 he founded his own record label Jewel and employed Henry Stone as an executive for A&R.

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Aliases:Jim Bracken (2)
In Groups:Ben Pollack And His Californians, Ben Pollack And His Orchestra, Ben Pollack And His Park Central Orchestra, Ben Pollack And His Pick-A-Rib Boys, Ben Pollack Dixie For Dancin', Ben's Bad Boys, Chico Marx And His Orchestra, Friar's Society Orchestra, Jimmy Bracken's Toe Ticklers, New Orleans Rhythm Kings, The Dean And His Kids, The Stomp Six
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