Buddy Banks tour

#jazz, under 2000 listeners, bass, jazz in paris
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About Buddy Banks

#1 - Buddy Banks, (Ulysses "Buddy" Banks, October 3, 1909, Dallas - September 7, 1991, Desert Hot Springs, California) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist, pianist, and bandleader. Banks played in Charlie Echols's band in Los Angeles from 1933 to 1937 and remained in the group after it was taken over by Claude Kennedy and then by Emerson Scott after Kennedy's death. The group then scored a gig at the Paradise Cafe, and Cee Pee Johnson became its leader; Banks played in Johnson's ensemble until 1945 (Last.fm)

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