Pete Candoli

Walter Joseph Primo Candoli.

Also known as Candoli, Condoli, P. Candoli, Pete Candoli His Trumpet And Orchestra, Pete Condoli, Peter Candoli, Walter Candoli, Walter P. 'Pete' Candoli, Walter P. Candoli
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.candoli.com/

Discography of Pete Candoli:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Blues, When Your Lover Has Gone 11 Audio 1961
2 For Pete's Sake 12 Audio 1960 Kapp Records
3 Blues, When Your Lover Has Gone 11 Audio 1961
4 Moscow Mule And Many More Kicks Pete Candoli And His Trumpet 12 Audio 1966 Decca
5 Blues, When Your Lover Has Gone 11 Audio 1961 Mode Disques
6 For Pete's Sake 12 Audio 1960 Kapp Records
7 At Carnegie Hall 1946 Vol. II 8 Audio MGM Records
8 Live At The Royal Palms Inn - Volume 9 9 Audio 1994 Woofy Productions


American jazz trumpeter and arranger.

Born: June 28th 1923 in Mishawaka, Indiana, USA.

Died: January 11th 2008 in Studio City, California, USA.

Got his first big break in 1941 when he joined Sonny Dunham And His Orchestra. After 2 years he moved on to play in New York in many bands, including [a=Tex Beneke] and [a=Jerry Gray] before moving to Los Angeles in 1952 for intensive studio work before to fronted his own band in the '60s and formed a nightclub act in 1972.

He was the brother of [a=Conte Candoli].

He has been married to singers [a=Betty Hutton] and Edie Adams and the actress Vicky Lane.


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