One O'Clock Lab Band - Notable One O'Clock Alumni

Notable One O'Clock Alumni

1924-1937 – Stage Band, Dance Band, Pit Orchestra; 1937-1949 – The Aces of Collegeland

  • Herb Ellis (1921–2010)
  • Eugene Hall (1913–1993)
  • William F. Lee III
  • William Ennis Thomson

1947-1959 – Laboratory Dance Bands

  • Jack Alexander
  • Larry Austin
  • Harry Babasin (1921–1988)
  • Euel Box
  • Herb Ellis
  • Jimmy Guiffre (1921–2008)
  • Bob Hames
  • William F. Lee III
  • Jack Petersen
  • Gene Roland (1921–1982)
  • Ed Summerlin (1928–2006)
  • William Ennis Thomson

1959-1969 One O'Clock Lab Band

  • Dee Barton (1937–2001)
  • Bruce Fowler
  • James A. Hall
  • Billy Harper
  • David Hungate
  • Tom "Bones" Malone
  • Lou Marini
  • Dean Parks
  • Jim Riggs
  • Jay Saunders
  • Ed Soph
  • Marvin Stamm
  • Bill Stapleton (1945–1984)
  • Lanny Steele (1933–1994)

1970s

  • Ashley Alexander (1934–1988)
  • Bob Belden
  • Leonard Candelaria
  • James Chirillo
  • Steve Duke
  • Conrad Herwig
  • Marc Johnson
  • Bubba Kolb
  • Lyle Mays
  • Jim Milne
  • John B. Riley
  • Ray Sasaki
  • Mike Smith
  • Bill Stapleton (1945–1984)
  • Frederick I. Sturm

1980s

  • Gregg Bissonette
  • Mike Bogle
  • Zachary Breaux
  • Earl Harvin
  • Dave Pietro
  • Jim Snidero
  • Mike Williams

1990s

  • Tom Brantley
  • Scott Englebright
  • Zack Hexum
  • Ari Hoenig
  • Lee Tomboulian

Student & faculty composers/arrangers for the One O'Clock (non-members)

  • 1950: Fisher Tull
  • 1960s: Frank Mantooth
  • 1970s: Rich Matteson

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