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About Mal Hallett
Mal Hallett (October 20, 1893, Roxbury, Massachusetts - November 20, 1952, Boston) was an American jazz violinist and bandleader. Hallett was a graduate of the Boston Conservatory of Music. He played in France during World War I as a member of Al Moore's orchestra, and led his own band, primarily in New England, for much of the 1930s. His ensemble featured a large number of sidemen who went on to become noted for their own achievements, including Gene Krupa, Jack Teagarden, Frankie Carle, Jack Jenney..