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Ray Bauduc

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Ray Bauduc's New Orleans origins instilled in him a love for two-beat drumming, which he retained even when he played with Bob Crosby's swing era big band. He was a was a hugely popular and influential jazz drummer best known for his work with the Bob Crosby Orchestra and their band-within-a-band, the Bobcats, between 1935 and 1942. Chick Webb always said Ray is a natural drummer and was reportedly Chick's favorite drummer to listen to. Bauduc was a tremendous influence on Art Blakey.

Before the popularity and prominence of his Crosby days, Bauduc had worked with Johnny Bayersdorffer, Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti and Freddie Rich, in whose band he was also featured as a dancer

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News: Birthday

Jazz Musician of the Day: Charlie Harrington

Jazz Musician of the Day: Charlie Harrington

All About Jazz is celebrating Charlie Harrington's birthday today! A child prodigy, Charlie has played drums since the age of 5 and performed professionally since the age of 15. He studied with and became the protégé of jazz drumming legend Ray Bauduc Charlie later studied with classical percussionist Tim Tull. In addition to leading his own ...

News: Radio

Jim Cullum Celebrates 50 Years This Week On Riverwalk Jazz

This week Riverwalk Jazz honors The Jim Cullum Jazz Band tocelebrate its 50th Anniversary in a concert recorded live at The Tobin Estate in San Antonio. Bandleader and cornetist Jim Cullum Jr. traces the history of the Band through five decades of performances at home and on the road, from Carnegie Hall to a bull ring ...

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News: Birthday

Jazz Musician of the Day: Charlie Harrington

Jazz Musician of the Day: Charlie Harrington

All About Jazz is celebrating Charlie Harrington's birthday today! The Consummate Charlie Harrington has played drums since the age of 5 and has performed professionally since the age of 15. He studied with and became the protege of jazz drumming legend Ray Bauduc. Charlie later studied with classical percussionist Tim Tull. A child prodigy, Charlie has ...

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News: Radio

The Jim Cullum Jazz Band Celebrates 50 Years

The Jim Cullum Jazz Band Celebrates 50 Years

Riverwalk Jazz this week celebrates the 50th Anniversary of The Jim Cullum Jazz Band in a concert recorded live in San Antonio. Bandleader and cornetist Jim Cullum Jr. traces the history of the band through five decades of performances at home and on the road, from Carnegie Hall—to a bull ring in Mexico—and concert halls in ...

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News: Birthday

Jazz Musician of the Day: Charlie Harrington

Jazz Musician of the Day: Charlie Harrington

All About Jazz is celebrating Charlie Harrington's birthday today! The Consummate Charlie Harrington has played drums since the age of 5 and has performed professionally since the age of 15. He studied with and became the protege of jazz drumming legend Ray Bauduc. Charlie later studied with classical percussionist Tim Tull. A child prodigy, Charlie has ...

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News: Radio

Ben Pollack on Riverwalk Jazz This Week

Ben Pollack on Riverwalk Jazz This Week

This week on Riverwalk Jazz, Jim Cullum Jazz Band drummer Hal Smith joins host David Holt to talk about Ben Pollack's often overlooked contribution to jazz. The show is heard on public radio stations nationwide, distributed by Public Radio International, and can also be heard on XM/Sirius sattelite radio and streamed on-demand from the Riverwalk Jazz ...

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Article: Record Label Profile

Jazz Oracle: Portal to Antiquity

Read "Jazz Oracle: Portal to Antiquity" reviewed by Nathan Holaway


“Life would be no better than candlelight tinsel and daylight rubbish if our spirits were not touched by what has been."--George Eliot The world will never be able to hear exactly how Beethoven or Bach played their instruments, but it can hear how artists such as clarinetist Wilbur Sweatman and clarinetist and ...

Album

Two-Beat Generation

Label: Abracadabra Music
Released: 1959


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