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George Stafford was an American jazz drummer active in the 1920s and 1930s.
Stafford's first major association was with Sam Wooding in Atlantic City in the 1910s; there he also played in bands behind his sister and Madison Reid. In 1920 he joined the band of Charlie Johnson, with whom he recorded extensively; he also played with Mezz Mezzrow, Eddie Condon, Jabbo Smith, Red Allen, and Jack Teagarden.
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