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Bullets Was Flyin' All over the Bandstand. ..: Trumpeter Oliver Todd Remembers Piney Brown's Sunset Crystal Palace. ..and a Young Charlie Parker
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TitleBullets Was Flyin' All over the Bandstand. ..: Trumpeter Oliver Todd Remembers Piney Brown's Sunset Crystal Palace. ..and a Young Charlie Parker
AbstractPhotos, interview, and biographical article about Oliver Todd (ca. 1916-2001), a former African American jazz trumpeter of 1930s Kansas City and native of Kansas City, Kansas. Reminiscences of the local jazz scene at of that era with descriptions of several prominent musicians (such as Charlie Parker), bands (such as Todd's group the Hottentots), clubs (such as Piney Brown's Sunset Crystal Palace), and incidents (such as shootings at the club between Woodland and Vine Streets), etc.
AuthorMike Metheny
John Anthony Brisbin
DateOctober-November//2001
SourceJam (Jazz Ambassador Magazine)
Locationq781.65 J272
Volume15
Number5
Page46-51
Local SubjectTodd, Oliver C.
Brown, Piney
Nightclubs
Musicians
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID123083
CONTENTdm number18836
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