Leslie Hutchinson

Leslie George Hutchinson

Also known as Hutch, Hutch At The Piano, Jiver Hutchinson, L. Hutchinson, Leslie "Hutch" Hutchinson, Leslie "Jiver" Hutchinson, Leslie 'Jiver' Hutchinson, Leslie A. Hutchinson ("Hutch")
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jiver_Hutchinson

Discography of Leslie Hutchinson:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 I Love Paris 2 Audio 1954-10-00 Decca
2 You've Got Me Crying Again / Stormy Weather (Keeps Raining All The Time) 2 Audio Parlophone
3 Mademoiselle / Don't Blame Me 2 Audio Parlophone
4 You And The Night And The Music 20 Audio 1986 Saville Records
5 The Five Pennies / The Five Penny Saints 2 Audio 1959 Embassy

Leslie George "Jiver" Hutchinson (March 6, 1906 - November 22, 1959) was a Jamaican jazz trumpeter and bandleader. Hutchinson played in the band of [a=Bertie King] in Jamaica in the 1930s, then moved to England, where he played with Happy Blake's Cuba Club Band. In 1936 he played in Leslie Thompson's Emperors of Jazz and in 1938 with [a=Ken 'Snakehips' Johnson], then joined Geraldo's band in 1939. He led his own ensemble from 1944 to 1950, featuring many of the musicians from Thompson's band.

Hutchinson was killed in a car crash in Weeting in 1959 while on tour with his band. His daughter is the singer [a=Elaine Delmar].

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