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Eddie Condon

(November 16th 1905 - August 4th 1973)

Born in Goodland, Indiana in 1905 and raised in Momence, and Chicago Heights Illinois, Albert Edwin Condon started off playing ukulele before switching to banjo. He was performing professionally as a Chicago based musician by 1921 and worked with others including Bix Beiderbecke and Jack Teagarden. Eddie relocated to New York City in 1928 and became a bandleader, session organizer, and vocalist known for strumming a four-string guitar. In 1945 Condon opened his own jazz club, "Eddie Condon's" which he continued to operate at two different locations through 1967.

Videos:

Blue And Broken Hearted (3:37)

China Boy (3:16)

Fidgety Feet (3:26)

Friar's Point Shuffle (2:56)

I'm Gonna Stomp, Mr Henry Lee (3:37)

I'm Sorry I Made You Cry (3:20)

Makin' Friends (3:17)

Oh, Baby (Rain Or Shine) (3:05)

Royal Garden Blues (3:58)

Stealin' Apples (3:49)

That's A Serious Thing (3:25)

The Lady/China Boy (9:22)

There'll Be Some Changes Made (2:54)

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