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That Moaning SaxophoneThe Six Brown Brothers and the Dawning of a Musical Craze$
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Bruce Vermazen

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780195372182

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195372182.001.0001

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Jack o' Lantern 1917–18

Jack o' Lantern 1917–18

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(p.117) 10 Jack o' Lantern 1917–18
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That Moaning Saxophone
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Bruce Vermazen

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195372182.003.0010

In 1917, records by other saxophone ensembles (the Saxo Sextette and Wilbur Sweatman and His Jass Band) entered into competition with the Six Brown Brothers' Victors, and four solo sides by Fred Brown were issued by Columbia. In the summer, the Browns entertained at the Bismarck Gardens in Chicago, and that fall they opened in a new Fred Stone/C. B. Dillingham Broadway hit called Jack o' Lantern, with Theresa Valerio in a featured role. This chapter describes the show. By the end of 1918, both Fred and Verne were in the American military.

Keywords:   Six Brown Brothers, Saxo Sextette, Wilbur Sweatman, Fred Brown, Fred Stone, C. B. Dillingham, Jack o' Lantern, Theresa Valerio, Bismarck Gardens

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