John Frigo

John V. Frigo

Also known as Freigo, Frigo, J. Frigo, J. Fringol, John Freigo, John V. Frigo, Johnny Frigo, Johnny Frigo & His Quintet
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Discography of John Frigo:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Collected Works 13 Audio 2001 Luv n' Haight
2 Collected Works 13 Audio 2001 Luv N' Haight
3 Triple Treat II 8 Audio 1988 Concord Jazz
4 Triple Treat 3 9 Audio 1989 Concord Jazz
5 Triple Treat II 8 Audio 1988 Concord Jazz
6 My Mood Is You... 12 Audio Decca
7 Debut Of A Legend 12 Audio 1994
8 Bear Down Chicago Bears 2 Audio USA Records (2)
9 Royal Street 13 Audio 1997 Not On Label
10 Too Much Piano 10 Audio 1955 Brunswick
11 Live From Studio A In New York City 14 Audio 1989 Chesky Records

Born: 27th December 1916 Chicago, Illinois.

Died: 3rd July 2007 Chicago, Illinois.

American jazz violinist and bassist. Wrote the jazz standard Detour Ahead as part of the Soft Winds Trio with [a=Herb Ellis] and [a=Lou Carter]. Performed as a country fiddler on the National Barn Dance radio show for 13 years.

Father of [a=Derek Frigo] and [a=Rick Frigo].

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