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Haywood Henry

ts, bs, 1913-1994 US, Birmingham, Alabama
Musician of Jazz
A.k.a. Frank Haywood Henry

Saxophonist, born 10 January 1913 in Birmingham, Alabama, died 15 September 1994 in New York City (The Bronx), New York.. Occasional substitute for Harry Carney in Duke Ellington's orchestra in his early career. Member of Erskine Hawkins' orchestra from 1934 until the early 1950's, and a member of Sy Oliver's orchestra from 1972 to 1980. Has also done a lot of session work.

  • Tenor sax
  • Bariton sax
  • Clarinet
  • Saxophone
  • Soprano sax
  • Jazz
  • Pop
  • Blues

Band Members
Title Artist Year Type
The Gentle MonsterHaywood Henry Featuring Joe Newman And Hank Jones1983Album
Real Jazz ExpressOliver Jackson, Haywood Henry1977Album
Buck-De-HoodleHaywood Henry1960Single
I Love You TrulyHaywood Henry1957Album
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