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Bob Fuller

cl, *1898 US, New York City
Singer / Musician of Blues and Jazz
A.k.a. Slim Perkins (3)

Bob Fuller (born circa December 31, 1898, New York City, New York, USA - died date unknown) was an American jazz saxophonist (tenor, soprano and alto) and clarinet player. He worked in many recording sessions (1922-1928) with numerous artists including: Mamie Smith, Martha Copeland, Helen Gross, Rosa Henderson, Viola McCoy, Monette Moore, Elmer Snowden, Maggie Jones, Louis Hooper and Fats Waller's combo "Six Hot Babies". Fuller left the music industry permanently after he decided to work in prisons for the New York City Police Department in the 1930's.

        
Instruments
  • Clarinet
  • Saxophone
Genres
  • Blues
  • Jazz
  • Pop

Band Members
Discography
Title Artist Year Type
Here 'Tis / Alligator CrawlBob Fuller1928Album
Black Cat Blues / Too Bad Jim (Blues)Bob Fuller1925Album
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