Sonny Berman

Born 21 April 1925. Died 16 January 1947
Sonny Berman
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1925-04-21
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Sonny Berman

Sonny Berman Biography (Wikipedia)

Saul "Sonny" Berman (April 21, 1925 – January 16, 1947) was an American jazz trumpeter.

Berman was born in New Haven, Connecticut. He began touring at age sixteen and performed with Louis Prima, Harry James and Benny Goodman but is best known for his later work with Woody Herman. Berman was distinguished by his passionate and innovative soloing and his versatility of tone—ranging from bold and emotional to sweetly muted. He was also known for his sense of humor which often made its way into a playfulness and joyfulness found in his solo work.

Sonny Berman died at the age of 21 in New York City from a drug overdose.

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Woodchopper's Holiday
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Woodchopper's Holiday
Sam Rubinowitch, Don Lamond, Flip Phillips, Neal Reid, Ed Kiefer, Pete Candoli, Woody Herman, Woody Herman, Chuck Wayne, Bill Harris, Woody Herman and His Orchestra, Ralph Pfeffner, Conrad Gozzo, Jimmy Rowles, Red Norvo, John La Porta, Mickey Folus, Cappy Lewis, Sonny Berman, Shorty Rogers, Sam Marowitz & Joe Mondragon
Lady McGowan's Dream
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Lady McGowan's Dream
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