Art Mardigan

Date de naissance 12.2.1923 à Detroit, MI, Etats-Unis d Amérique

Date de décès 6.6.1977 à Detroit, MI, Etats-Unis d Amérique

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Art Mardigan

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Arthur Mardigan (February 12, 1923, Detroit - June 6, 1977, Detroit) was an American jazz drummer.

Mardigan played with Tommy Reynolds in 1942 and served in the Army in 1943-44. After his discharge he worked extensively on the New York City jazz scene, playing and recording with Georgie Auld, Charlie Parker, Allen Eager, Dexter Gordon, Kai Winding, Wardell Gray, and Fats Navarro. In the 1950s he toured with Woody Herman and Pete Rugolo; he recorded as a leader of a sextet which included Al Cohn in 1954 for The Jazz School. He recorded with Stan Getz in 1954 and then moved back to his birthplace of Detroit. There he played with Jack Brokensha in 1963, and returned to work with Getz near the end of his life.


With Jimmy Raney

  • A (Prestige, 1954-55 [1957])


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