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About Jack Jenney
Truman Eliot "Jack" Jenney (May 12, 1910, Mason City, Iowa – December 16, 1945, Los Angeles, California) was a jazz trombonist who might be best known for instrumental versions of the song Stardust. Jenney played with his father's band from age 11, his father was a musician and music teacher, but his first professional work began with Austin Wylie in 1928. He would go on to work with Isham Jones, Red Norvo, Artie Shaw, Mal Hallett, and Waring's Pennsylvanians, and appear in the film Syncopation. He also won the Down Beat Reader's Poll for trombone in 1940