Monty Sunshine

Born 9 April 1928. Died 30 November 2010
Monty Sunshine
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1928-04-09
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Monty Sunshine

Monty Sunshine Biography (Wikipedia)

Monty Sunshine (9 April 1928 – 30 November 2010) was an English jazz clarinetist, who is known for his clarinet solo on the track "Petite Fleur", a million seller for the Chris Barber Jazz Band in 1959. During his career, Sunshine worked with the Eager Beavers, the Crane River Jazz Band, Beryl Bryden, George Melly, Chris Barber, Johnny Parker, Diz Disley and Donegan's Dancing Sushine Band.

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