Category Archives: Ziggy Elman

BELATED HAPPY 80th ANNIVERSARY BENNY GOODMAN & FRIENDS AT CARNEGIE HALL, January 16, 1938!

While some folks think that all has been said about this significant event in jazz history, here are some things you might not know. One of my fellow bloggers, Mr. Eric Bogart, has detected one of two little details, only … Continue reading

Posted in 1938, All American Rhythm Section, Anniversary, Benny Goodman, Birthday Party, Carnegie Hall, CD review, Clarinet, Dedication, Gene Krupa, George Gershwin, Harry James, It's been a ball!, January, Jazz History Lecture, Jazz Stories & Tales, Invented Truths & Actual Happenings, Johnny Hodges, Lester Young, Martha Tilton, Ziggy Elman | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , ,

STORY OF THE JAZZ TRUMPET — CHARLIE SHAVERS — ‘IMPERSONATIONS’ — 1957

Dear swingin’ folks — After some days of absence, here’s a mighty, a very brassy P.S. to my article from November 1, the post about the most important traditional trumpet kings. I bumped in a track recently, where Charlie Shavers, … Continue reading

Posted in CD review, Dizzy Gillespie, Etymology, Harry James, Jazz Stories & Tales, Invented Truths & Actual Happenings, Louis Armstrong, Roy Eldridge, Trumpet, Ziggy Elman | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments