Chuck Wayne

American jazz guitarist Chuck Wayne

Chuck Wayne was a jazz guitarist who came to prominence in the 1940s. He is best known for his work with Woody Herman's First Herd, and for being the first guitarist in the George Shearing quintet. He also was Tony Bennett's music director and accompanist from 1954-1957.
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Deceased
29 July 1997

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Coarse Angling: Consistency is the key to big catches - Sunday Sun
Google News - over 6 years
Similar sport at Aldin Grange, where the Silver Lake is still producing fish-a-chuck, Wayne Harrison enjoyed a good session on the match lake, taking a nice 131lb net. The roach in the Derwent Reservoir are certainly on the feed, one terrific net of
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Out & About: Art, music featured at Greenhouse - Nevada Appeal
Google News - over 6 years
While enjoying th ear, listen to Chuck Wayne's soothing jazz and Brenda Lockie-Knight's beautiful harp music. Visit all of the artists and vote for your favorites. COST: Free to attend; original artwork for sale. This program gets right to local
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Gene Bertoncini: The Jazz-Bossa-Classical Connection - JazzTimes Magazine
Google News - over 6 years
Then there's the gift of youthful encounters with two jazz guitar legends, Johnny Smith and Chuck Wayne, both of whom served as early mentors. Finally there's the gift, leaping decades forward, of playing and recording with bassist Moore in a
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Jazz vet Barbara Carroll headlines Dizzy's Club Coca Cola for five nights in a row - New York Daily News
Google News - over 6 years
"So I did get a trio together — Chuck Wayne on guitar, and Clyde Lombardi on bass. In those days, all the clubs had two acts, one would go on when the other one finished." Gillespie's musical facility on the trumpet allowed him to negotiate
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Festival Ede uit de Kunst: Dutch Prairie Singers - Veenendaalse Krant
Google News - over 6 years
EDE - Het gemengd huwelijk van Chuck Wayne (USA), en zijn oer-Hollandse vrouw Molly, kent bergen en dalen. De cowboy en de kapster kunnen niet met en niet zonder elkaar leven. Er is één ding dat hen bindt, hun kindje:de liefde voor de country
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Dr. Phillip Petillo Included in Distinguished Cambridge Who's Who Registry - PR-USA.net (press release)
Google News - almost 7 years
During this time, Dr. Petillo became good friends with master jazz guitarists Chuck Wayne from Staten Island, NY and Tal Farlow from Sea Girt, NJ With these jazz greats Phillip designed and crafted the first Ebony Tailpiece for and endorsed by Chuck
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Joel Chriss: Truth in the Music - JazzTimes Magazine
Google News - almost 7 years
(Actually, I'd been hanging out at Gregory's even before that, when I was a teenager, with Jack Wilkins, Atilla Zoller, Chuck Wayne—Albert Dailey used to play there.) There was also the Brecker Brothers' club, where the Breckers, Jaco Pastorius and
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George Shearing, Jazz Piano Virtuoso With a Distinctive Sound, Dies at 91
NYTimes - about 7 years
George Shearing, the British piano virtuoso who overcame blindness to become a worldwide jazz star, and whose composition ''Lullaby of Birdland'' became an enduring jazz standard, died on Monday in Manhattan. He was 91. The cause was congestive heart failure, said his manager, Dale Sheets. Mr. Shearing had homes in Manhattan and Lee, Mass. In 1949,
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Music; Ageless at 82 and Still Swinging
NYTimes - almost 16 years
TWO octogenarian pianists who are among the last links to the lost world of 52nd Street, the midtown area that served as an incubator for bebop, came to Manhattan in February. Neither showed any sign of having been diminished by age. But while Hank Jones, 83, drew a roomful of heavy-duty hipsters to Birdland, George Shearing, 82, filled Feinstein's
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Joe Puma, 72, Jazz Guitarist Of Versatility and a Jaunty Air
NYTimes - over 17 years
Joe Puma, a jazz guitarist whose quietly reflective style placed him in demand as both a soloist and ensemble member, died on May 31 at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx. He was 72 and lived in Yonkers. The cause was cancer, said his daughter Rosalie. Playing a guitar he designed and built himself, Mr. Puma earned accolades across half a century for
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Chuck Wayne, 74, Guitarist Who Mastered Art of Be-Bop
NYTimes - over 20 years
The jazz guitarist Chuck Wayne, who took part in the beginnings of the be-bop movement in the 1940's, played with delicacy and musical wit, and instructed countless young guitarists in the mysteries of the music, died on Tuesday at his home in Jackson, N.J. He was 74. The cause was emphysema, said a family friend, Dr. Sandy Termotto, of Savannah,
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Buying Guitars, No Strings Attached
NYTimes - almost 23 years
Scott Chinery bought his first guitar when he was 17. He was working at a music store in Freehold, N.J. "A little old man came in one day with an old, cheap Orpheum No. 16," Mr. Chinery said. "From that moment on I was smitten. I collected as vigorously as I could." "Of course," he added with a smile, "my resources changed over the years."
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Sounds Around Town
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Shearing Plus George Shearing Duo and Kenny Burrell Trio, Blue Note, 131 West Third Street, Greenwich Village, (212) 475-8592. February has been a month of significant beginnings for George Shearing, a British-born pianist whose first professional job -- playing an old upright piano in a London pub -- began on Feb. 25, 1936, when he was 16. He
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Crowd Pleasers
NYTimes - over 26 years
Here is a sampling of summer pleasures in New York City. Dates and times are subject to change. This Week MADISON SQUARE GARDEN SUMMER CONCERTS. Jose Luis Rodriguez, a Venezuelan pop star; the tiniest swivel of his hips sends crowds into a frenzy, today, 4 P.M. Elvis Costello with the Replacements, June 22, 8 P.M. Tickets: $20 to $35. Information:
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Sounds Around Town
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Vibes and Guitar Vibes and Guitar Warren Chiasson-Chuck Wayne Trio, Fortune Garden Pavilion, 209 East 49th Street (753-0101). The vibraphonist Warren Chiasson and the guitarist Chuck Wayne have been chasing each other around the jazz world for almost three decades. Ten years after Mr. Wayne left the original George Shearing Quintet in 1952,
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JAZZ, DANCE OR MOVIES, A CHOICE OF CELEBRATIONS; SALUTING BE-BOP AND THE BLUES
NYTimes - over 31 years
JAZZ from points as distant in time and space as New Orleans in the 20's and Russia in the 80's will be part of the JVC Jazz Festival, which starts its 10-day celebration tonight. The festival will also unveil the new look of Count Basie's Orchestra, balance the familiar pop side of Nat (King) Cole with his influence as a great jazz pianist, and
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Chuck Wayne
    LATE ADULTHOOD
  • 1997
    Age 73
    He died on 29 July 1997.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1963
    Age 39
    Wayne made a famously unpopular album of banjo jazz in 1963.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1946
    Age 22
    Wayne's 1946 debut solo album The Jazz Guitarist Chuck Wayne featured Zoot Sims and Brew Moore.
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    Wayne replaced guitarist Billy Bauer in the Herman First Herd in 1946.
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  • 1944
    Age 20
    After serving two years in the Army, he joined Joe Marsala's band at The Hickory House in 1944.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1923
    Born
    Wayne was born Charles Jagelka in New York City on 27 February 1923 to a Czechoslovakian family.
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