By Benjamin Franklin V
Энциклопедия джазовых и блюзовых музыкантов Южной Каролины от XIX века до современности, включая не только таких звёзд, как James Brown и Dizzy Gillespie, но и забытых музыкантов. In An Encyclopedia of South Carolina Jazz and Blues Musicians, Benjamin Franklin V records the careers of South Carolina jazz and blues musicians from the 19th century to the current. The musicians diversity from the well known (James Brown, Dizzy Gillespie), to the amazing (Freddie eco-friendly, Josh White), to the mostly forgotten (Fud Livingston, Josie Miles),to the vague (Lottie Frost Hightower, Horace Spoons Williams), to the unknown (Vince Arnold, Johnny Wilson). equipped alphabetically, from Johnny Acey to Webster younger, the books entries comprise uncomplicated biographical info, South Carolina apartments, occupation info, compositions, recordings as leaders and as band individuals, motion pictures, awards, websites, and lists of assets for extra analyzing.
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While there in the 1920s he teamed with Dooley, with whom he recorded four tunes in Atlanta at a session for Columbia (1928). Locally in the 1920s and 1930s Anderson also played in a string band. After Kerr | 11 went out of business in the mid-1940s, Anderson toured with other medicine shows. In 1950 he was recorded playing with one such show; this music was released on Riverside. Anderson became recognized in the early 1960s as a result of albums released on Bluesville, all recorded by Samuel Charters.
When it disbanded in 1954 he joined the Golden Gate Quartet, singing with it only that year. He ultimately settled in Augusta, Ga. Bing was a brother of singer Isaiah Bing. His birth and death dates come from the Social Security Death Index. His age was estimated as six when he was enumerated for the census in Barnwell County on 28 April 1930; as seventeen when enumerated in Barnwell County on 22 April 1940. Both censuses record his given name as Cleveland. When enlisting in the army on 2 November 1942 as Willie, he stated that he was born in 1921.
Conducted on 12 January, the 1920 census indicates that the family of four, including Pink, then resided in Spartanburg and that he worked in a wood (lumber) yard; his age was estimated as nineteen. &O. ) Herald, 16 October 1974, sec. B, p. : Holocene, 1997), 44–63; Michael B. : Marshall Tucker Entertainment, 1997), 27–29, 171. C. residence: Charleston (possibly late 1920s–at least into early 1930s) Apparently a ward of Jenkins Orphanage, Anderson was drum major for its bands ca. 1930. Reference SECONDARY : Bruce Bastin, “A Note on the Carolina Cotton Pickers,” Storyville 95 ( June–July 1981): 177–82.