I’ll let Larry start us off: You may be way ahead of me here (at least I hope you are), but listening to the radio Saturday, I heard this 1927 track “The New Twister” by The Wolverines (Bix’s old band under the leadership of pianist Dick Voynow, with Jimmy Mc Partland taking Bix’s place).
The music has IMO a proto-Chicagoans feel (the first Mc Kenzie-Condon sides were shortly to be made).
Aside from Tommy, the most famous musician, pianist Arthur Schutt, who lived until 1965, is hidden from view.
Clarinetist Gene Bolen, however, recorded from the late Fifties onwards, so I await informed speculations about a more precise dating.
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