BUDDY WEED, JAZZ PIANIST (1947)

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The year is 1947. Eugene Harold “Buddy” Weed was a solo pianist and music arranger for top bands and trios from the 1930s through the ’60s. In 1934, at the age of 16, Buddy joined Jack Teagarden’s Orchestra. Five years later, he was with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra, where his distinctive Gershwin-styled arrangements became a trademark of the band. Following World War II, Buddy developed the first piano trio in America, paving the way for such artists as the Nat Cole Trio.

Buddy Weed (Pianist 1947) (O1)

1947 - Buddy Weed, Jazz Pianist

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