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Morton - Oscar Holden - Bloom - Melrose Bros updates

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  • m15romano
    The Jelly Roll Morton website has been updated with 6 terrific articles and items of great interest and historical value. Brian Goggin sends details for a
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 17, 2009
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      The Jelly Roll Morton website has been updated with 6 terrific articles and
      items of great interest and historical value.

      Brian Goggin sends details for a Jelly Roll Morton engagement at Shady Grove
      Park, Uniontown from The Morning Herald, dated 7th June 1929.

      Mark Miller sends an article about drummer William Hoy and Oscar Holden from
      The Indianapolis Freeman, dated 23rd August 1919. This is just a week or
      so before Jelly Roll joined Holden's band in Vancouver, B.C. Canada. Mark
      has also sent a copy of Oscar Holden's business card in the article.

      Noted dance band leader Vince Giordano sends a rare article from The Music
      Trade Review, dated 12th March 1927. The article describes an advertising
      campaign by the Melrose Music Co. for "Doctor Jazz.".

      Brian Goggin sends details for a Jelly Roll Morton engagement at Shady Grove
      Park, Uniontown from The Morning Herald, dated 10th June 1929.

      Millie Gaddini sends a rare article about Marty Bloom (Martin Blumenthal)
      from The Music Trade Review, dated 13th November 1926. Marty Bloom
      features on sound effects on "Dead Man Blues" and "Sidewalk Blues" with
      Morton on the Victor recordings dated 21st September 1926.

      Brian Goggin sends details of the CBS network radio broadcast of "We, the
      People" featuring Jelly Roll Morton from The Capital Times, Madison,
      Wisconsin, dated Tuesday, 31st October 1939.

      To view all the above, please click on the URL below. Hope you enjoy.

      http://www.doctorjazz.co.uk/updates.html
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