first big band

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  • It is his first big band album as a leader.
  • Upon his return to Brussels, he organized and recorded with his first big band.
  • At 14-years of age he founded his first big band.
  • It is notable for being Dave Douglas's first big band album.
  • Ryan has also led his own big band since the 1980s and released his first big band album in 2012.
  • His first big band association was with Charlie Spivak.
  • Most importantly, they had a blast as friends on their first big band adventure and got to meet lots of amazing people.
  • What Goes Around is Dave Holland's first big band album, released in 2002.
  • In 1956 Watt put together his first big band, which played at Quaglino's, a London restaurant.
  • Matthews' first big band was started with the help of Gordon and fellow saxophonist Curtis Amy.
  • Arnold led his first big band in 1942, playing the saxophone initially but eventually ceasing to perform to concentrate on arranging.
  • This picture is a cropped version of a photo that was taken of him and his first big band in 1957 by un unknown member of the hotel's publicity department.
  • The Satin Brass and Studio Band were the first big band component, which performed separately from the Concert Band.
  • Wright played with Don Redman early in his career, then with Dizzy Gillespie's first big band in 1945.
  • In 2009 they entered their first big band contest with about 1.000 participating bands - the International Live Award feat.
  • Lewis put together his first big band in 1946 to play swing jazz, but soon after its formation Lewis began to direct the ensemble toward the sound of Stan Kenton.
  • At the age of 12 he began writing for and directing his first jazz combo, and by age 13 he wrote his first large ensemble arrangements followed by his first big band arrangement at age 14.
  • This was the first big band of hostile Indians that any of the people had ever seen, and Jim said there was the "wust" hubbub inside that corrall he had ever heard, notwithstanding he had cautioned them to be quiet. Cited from 31 Yrs on the Plains and In the Mountains, Drannan
  • In 1939-40 he was a member of Gene Krupa's first big band, then worked with Jimmy Dorsey from 1940-1943.
  • He adopted the name Kai Ewans in 1927, and led Denmark's first big band in 1927-28, thereafter leading bands in Belgium and Germany through 1931.