Sidney De Paris

born on 30/5/1905 in Crawfordsville, IN, United States

died on 13/9/1967 in New York City, NY, United States

Sidney De Paris

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Sidney De Paris (May 30, 1905 Crawfordsville, Indiana – September 13, 1967 New York City) was an American jazz trumpeter.

He was the son of Sidney G. and Fannie (Hyatt) Paris and the brother of Wilbur de Paris.

He worked with Charlie Johnson's Paradise Ten (1926-1931), Don Redman (1932-1936 and 1939), Zutty Singleton (1939-1941), Benny Carter (194041), and Art Hodes (1941). Further, he recorded on the famed Panassie sessions (1938) and with Jelly Roll Morton (1939) and Sidney Bechet (1940).

Partial discography

  • "I've Found A New Baby" b/w "Black And Blue" - Commodore Records 78 rpm 552 (1940s) - as De Paris Brothers Orchestra featuring Wilbur de Paris, with Edmond Hall, Clyde Hart, Billy Taylor & Specs Powell

External links

  • Scott Yanow, [Sidney De Paris at All Music Guide Sidney DeParis] at Allmusic
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