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The Charleston Chasers was a name used between 1925 and 1930 for a series of recording groups that did not exist outside of the studios. Although each of the players had plenty of bandstand experience. The Charleston Chasers existed only as a studio recording ensemble for Columbia Records.[1]

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Associated artists[edit]Edit

Vic Berton, drummer Jimmy Dorsey, clarinet Roy Evans, vocals Benny Goodman, clarinet Scrappy Lambert, vocals Dick McDonough, banjo or guitar Glenn Miller, trombone Miff Mole, trombone Phil Napoleon, trumpet Red Nichols, cornet Pee Wee Russell, clarinet Arthur Schutt, piano Paul Small, vocals Kate Smith, vocals Joe Tarto, tuba Eva Taylor, vocals Charlie Teagarden, trumpet Jack Teagarden, trombone

Selected discography[edit]Edit

Year Title Genre Label
1999 1925-1930 Jazz, Swing Timeless
1999 The Charleston Chasers Jazz, Swing ASV/Living Era
1930 Sing you Sinners Jazz unknown, but found on the album "The Song Hits of 1930 (Jazz Age Chronicles, Vol. 9)" Recorded on Columbia Label Made in England CB 95 with The Columbia Photo Player; "In my Little Hope Chest" Both Theme Songs from "Honey" With Vocal Chorus. Shellac 78 (owned by author)

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