The Six

Bob Wilber, an internationally recognized instrumentalist, arranger, and composer, has been a key figure in keeping classic jazz alive. He formed “The Six”, a group that incorporated elements of both traditional and modern jazz in 1954. After two years of touring, recording three albums and performing on the road, he joined Eddie Condon’s band. He played at Eddie’s club and toured England with his band. He ended the decade touring with Benny Goodman’s band and playing with Bobby Hackett, New York. from

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