American pianist and bandleader most widely known for taking part in in boogie-woogie and swing musical designs. He served within the U.S. Navy through the second Globe War and later on worked like a salesman before dedicating himself to some full-time musical profession. He was authorized by Capitol Information in 1952 and documented a popular edition of the home of Blue Lamps in the next 12 months. He was wedded shortly after Globe Battle II, and he and his wife resided in Az and California. He was cited by Jerry Lee Lewis as a significant influence around the advancement of the 1950s musical genre of rockabilly, the precursor to stone.