Leo McConville

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American jazz trumpeter. born December 10, 1900 in Baltimore, Maryland, died February 1968 in the same city.
From 1914 played with bands in the Baltimore area, professionally with Louisiana Five in 1919. In early 1920s joined Jean Goldkette, worked with Paul Specht before joining Roger Wolfe Kahn. From 1928-1931 mainly with Donald Voorhees, but also extensive radio and studio work until mid-1930s, when he moved to Reistertown, Maryland, to become a chicken farmer. Continued to play with locals bands in late 1930s-1940s, long spells with a=Bob Craig Band and a=Bob Iula's Orchestra.
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MCA-1518 Leo McConville - 1926-31 Rarest Brunswick Masters album art Red Nichols And His Five Pennies Original Dixieland One-Step Red Nichols And His Five Pennies - 1926-31 Rarest Brunswick Masters (Comp) MCA Records MCA-1518 US 1982 Sell This Version