Jack Teagarden was a musician beyond category, admired by critics, musicians and listeners alike for the gorgeous, delicate solos he fashioned in the trombone’s upper register, working his slide with a …
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Jack Teagarden discography and songs: Music profile for Jack Teagarden, born August 1905. Genres: Swing, Jazz, Dixieland. Albums include Pop Music: The Early Years 1890-1950, Theme Time Radio Hour With Your Host Bob Dylan, and How Low Can You Go?: Anthology of the String Bass (1925-1941).
JACK TEAGARDEN is a dixieland music artist. This page includes JACK TEAGARDEN’s : biography, official website, pictures, videos from YouTube, related forum topics, shouts, news, tour dates and events, live eBay auctions, online shopping sites, detailled reviews and ratings and the full discography of albums: studios, live, compilations (boxset), EPs on CD, Vinyl / LP or cassette and videos
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Jack Teagarden’s wiki: Weldon Leo “Jack” Teagarden (August 20, 1905 – January 15, 1964), was a jazz trombonist and singer. Early life Born in Vernon, Texas, his brothers Charlie and Clois “Cub” and his sister Norma also became noted professional musician
TEAGARDEN, WELDON LEO (1905-1964). Weldon Leo (Jack) Teagarden, jazz musician, known also as Jackson T., Mr. T, and Big Gate, was born in Vernon, Texas, on August 20, 1905, to Charles and Helen (Geinger) Teagarden. His father, an amateur comet player, worked in the oilfields, and his mother was a local piano instructor and church organist.
The Fort Lauderdale daughter of jazz trombonist Jack Teagarden recreates the glory days of jazz in the life story or her legendary father. BEEN THERE. Fort Lauderdale civic activist Vernajean Atwell, stepdaughter of noted trombonist Jack Teagarden plays with her adopted dogs.