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About King Perry
Oliver Hazard "King" Perry (October 10, 1914, Forrest City, Arkansas - February 5, 1990, Bakersfield, California) was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, arranger, and bandleader. Perry played violin as a child, but switched to alto sax when he wished to join a local band. He attended Starr College in West Virginia, studying piano there, and had his own band in Gary, Indiana by 1940. In 1945 he went to Los Angeles, appearing in a show with Dorothy Donegan and Nat King Cole; while there he made his first recordings as a leader