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Bolden, Buddy, 1877-1931

LC control no.n 82259867
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LC classificationML419.B65 Biography
Personal name headingBolden, Buddy, 1877-1931
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Variant(s)Bolden, Charles Joseph, 1877-1931
Associated countryUnited States
Birth date18770906
Death date19311104
Place of birthNew Orleans (La.)
Place of deathJackson (La.)
AffiliationTulane University Buddy Bregman Band
Profession or occupationCornet players Jazz musicians
Found inOndaatje, M. Coming through slaughter, 1984: CIP pref. (Buddy Bolden)
LC data base, 2/13/84 (hdg.: Bolden, Buddy, 1877-1931)
Enc. of popular music (Bolden, Buddy; b. Charles Joseph Bolden, New Orleans, Sept. 6, 1877; d. Nov. 4, 1931)
African American National Biography, accessed December 22, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Bolden, Buddy; Charles Joseph Bolden; King Bolden; bandleader, cornetist, jazz musician; born 06 September 1877 in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States; active as a cornetist and bandleader at venues in New Orleans such as Lincoln and Johnson parks, Longshoreman's Hall, and Tulane University (1895); prime tenure as a jazz musician through Buddy Bolden's Blues, also known as Funky Butt, causing Union Sons Hall to be referred to as Funky Butt Hall in his honor (1897-1906); died 04 November 1931 in Jackson, Louisiana, United States)