[Trombone-l] Tommy Pederson in the movies?
horton.raymond at gmail.com
Sun Jul 18 20:39:07 CST 2021
The the miracle of Youtube, we can all see a closeup of the yet-to-be named
trombone player, just after 54 seconds in:
“thank your lucky stars” spike jones
Minister of Music, Edwardsville (IN) United Methodist Church
Retired Bass Trombonist, Louisville Orchestra, 1971-2016
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On Sun, Jul 18, 2021 at 3:19 PM Art Triggs <art at awtriggs.com> wrote:
> My understanding was that Ed Kusby played there prior to Tommy Pederson,
> after him I don’t know.
> On Sun, Jul 18, 2021 at 11:14 Jeff Albert via Trombone-l <
> trombone-l at trombonelist.org> wrote:
>> I think it may be. I had a deep Spike Jones period in 1992 (I was playing
>> a show of his music that summer). I watched lots of the available videos
>> and such, and I do seem to recall Tommy Pederson being one of the trombone
>> players, although the Wikipedia page (
>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spike_Jones) does not list Pederson, but
>> dos list Frank Rehak among others…and we all know that Wikipedia is always
>> 100% correct, right?
>> George Rock was the trumpet player for much of the run of the City
>> Slickers, and he was an amazing combination of virtuoso and hilarious.
>> I need to go find those videos.
>> Jeff Albert
>> +1 504-315-5167 (Voice/Signal/SMS)
>> > On Jul 18, 2021, at 10:01 AM, Raymond Horton via Trombone-l <
>> trombone-l at trombonelist.org> wrote:
>> > I watched the 1943 movie “thank your lucky stars” on TCM this morning.
>> It features the Spike Jones band. Is it Tommy Pederson playing Trombone?
>> > Raymond Horton
>> > Composer/Arranger
>> > Minister of Music,
>> > Edwardsville (IN) United Methodist Church
>> > Retired Bass Trombonist,
>> > Louisville Orchestra, 1970-2016
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