When I posted the first of Betty's photo collection from the '40s (sent to me by Chris), the emails flooded in begging for more. As promised, Betty's photos will appear little by little, as surprises. This one is from Betty, but it's a professional publicity still that Betty had in her possession. (Click the photo to enlarge.)
Only one tenor saxophonist stood like an upside down isosceles triangle: That's Charlie Ventura, with trombonist Bill Harris, bassist Bob Leininger, pianist Ralph Burns and drummer Dave Tough at New York's Three Deuces in April 1947.
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