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From danceable to semi-classical, the Kenton orchestra next tackles Marty Paich's hauntingly beautiful arrangement for the poignant and melancholy torch song, "My Old Flame," which Mariano solos over with pungent alto tones.
And they close out their ambitious set with Johnny Richards' exotic "Les Suerte de los Tontas," one of six pieces from Kenton's experimental Cuban Fire from This was Kenton's third appearance intermission riff Newport he emceed in and performed with intermission riff orchestra in He would make other appearances at the festival with his highly original outfit through the '60s and '70s.
Born on December 15, in Wichita, Kansas, Kenton was raised in Colorado as a child when he began playing piano and later during his high school years in California.
He came up during the s playing in the dance bands of Vido Musso and Intermission riff Arnheim. Byhe formed his first orchestra, which he patterned after Jimmie Lunceford's band.
By lateKenton had experienced some success on the strength of his popular Capitol recording, "Eager Beaver. By the band continued evolving and gaining a larger following with June Christ as intermission riff singer. Pete Rugolo became the chief arranger extending Kenton's intermission riffBob Cooper and Vido Musso offered very different tenor styles, and June Christy was Kenton's new singer; her popular hits including "Tampico" and "Across the Alley From the Alamo" made it possible for Kenton to finance his more ambitious projects.
Following two tours inhe reverted to his usual piece lineup and began performing the charts of such accomplished arrangers as Marty Paich, Johnny Richards, Bill Holman intermission riff Bill Russo. Kenton's mellophonium band of was another successful intermission riff and 's Kenton Plays Wagner was one of intermission riff more ambitious projects during the latter years of his career.
He continued leading his big band up until his final performance in August,a weak before he suffered a stroke while on tour.