Sidney De Paris
|Sidney De Paris|
De Paris at Jimmy Ryan's club, New York City, 1947
May 30, 1905|
Crawfordsville, Indiana, U.S.
September 13, 1967 (aged 61)}|
New York City
|Genres||Jazz, swing, Dixeland|
|Labels||Commodore, Blue Note|
|Associated acts||Charlie Johnson, Don Redman, Wilbur de Paris|
He was a member of Charlie Johnson's Paradise Ten (1926–1931), then worked with bandleader Don Redman (1932–1936 and 1939), followed by jobs with Zutty Singleton (1939–1941), Benny Carter (1940–41), and Art Hodes (1941). De Paris recorded with Jelly Roll Morton (1939) and Sidney Bechet (1940) and was part of the Panassie sessions in 1938. In the 1950s, he performed with his brother, Wilbur.
- "I've Found A New Baby" b/w "Black And Blue" - Commodore Records 78 rpm 552 (1940s) - as De Paris Brothers Orchestra featuring Wilbur de Paris, with Edmond Hall, Clyde Hart, Billy Taylor & Specs Powell
- Yanow, Scott. "Sidney DeParis". AllMusic. Retrieved 2 November 2017.
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