Bobby Levine

Most Influential Person

American musician

Why Is Bobby Levine Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Bobby "Lips" Levine was an American Jazz saxophonist.After studying reeds with Joe Allard in New York City, he attended Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Soon, however, he joined the army in 1942, where he served in the US Army Air Corps band during World War II. After leaving the Army in 1946, Levine toured and recorded with Billy Butterfield's first big band. He appears on all of that band's Capitol recordings from 1946-1948. He also toured and recorded with Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians and with Hugo Winterhalter. He married his wife Miriam in 1951.

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