Buster Bailey

Buster Bailey

William C. "Buster" Bailey (19 July 1902 – 12 April 1967) was a jazz musician specializing in the clarinet, but also well versed on saxophone. Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Bailey was one of the most respected session players of his era.

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