ADVERTISE WITH US

Buster Bailey

Buster Bailey - clarinet

A highly virtuosic clarinetist from the formative years of jazz, Buster Bailey was a distinguished professional and one of the great figures of jazz clarinet.

Born William C. Bailey, 19 July 1902, in Memphis, Bailey was one of two famous jazzmen to be taught by the Chicago-based classicist Franz Schoepp, the other being Benny Goodman.

Read more
CD/LP/Track Review
Read more articles

Discography

Videos

Similar

Benny Goodman Benny Goodman
clarinet
Sidney Bechet Sidney Bechet
sax, soprano
Coleman Hawkins Coleman Hawkins
sax, tenor
Artie Shaw Artie Shaw
clarinet
Illinois Jacquet Illinois Jacquet
sax, tenor
Jimmie Lunceford Jimmie Lunceford
composer/conductor
Barney Bigard Barney Bigard
clarinet
Bud Freeman Bud Freeman
sax, tenor
Mezz Mezzrow Mezz Mezzrow
clarinet
Jimmie Noone Jimmie Noone
clarinet
Jabbo Smith Jabbo Smith
trumpet

Support All About Jazz: MAKE A DONATION  

Support our sponsor

Upgrade Today!

Musician? Boost your visibility at All About Jazz and drive traffic to your website with our Premium Profile service.

Donate!