Jerry Jerome (saxophonist)
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Jerry Jerome (19 June 1912, in Brooklyn – 2001) was an American jazz and Big Band musician, a tenor saxophonist. He played with Glenn Miller and Red Norvo, then Benny Goodman from 1938 to 1940, and Artie Shaw.
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- Texan Jazz Dave Oliphant - 1996- p198 "a member of Goodman's band, tenor saxophonist Jerry Jerome,"
- Los Angeles Times Jerry Jerome, 89; Sax Soloist With Big Bands
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