After 23 years with Duke Ellington's Orchestra, saxophonist Johnny Cornelius Hodges started his own band in March 1951. The band lasted until September 1955, when Johnny Hodges returned to his place as leader of the Duke's reed section and participated in one of the many revivals of the history of the best big bands in the history of jazz.
Johnny Hodges And His Orchestra
Al Hibbler, Al McKibbon, Al Sears, Al Walker (2), Arthur Clarke, Babe Clark, Barney Bigard, Barney Richmond, Ben Webster, Billy Strayhorn, Billy Taylor Sr., Buddy Clark, Call Cobbs, Clark Terry, Cootie Williams, Don Byas, Duke Ellington, Emmett Berry, Flip Phillips, Fred Guy, Harold Baker, Harry Carney, Hayes Alvis, J.C. Heard, Jean Eldridge, Jimmy Blanton, Jimmy Hamilton, Jimmy Woode, Joe Marshall, John Coltrane, Johnny Hodges, Johnny Williams, Lawrence Brown, Leon LaFell, Leroy Lovett, Lloyd Trotman (2), Louis Bellson, Mary McHugh, Nelson Williams, Osie Johnson, Otto Hardwick, Quentin Jackson, Ray Brown, Ray Nance, Raymond Fal, Raymond Fol, Red Callender, Richie Powell, Roy Eldridge, Rudy Williams, Sam Woodyard, Sonny Greer, Teddy Brannon, Vic Dickenson, Wendell Marshall
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