About Us | Contact | Subscribe

Home: 20's Jazz


Jack Pettis & His Pets


Subscribe to 20's Jazz

Navigation:    Home    Back    More videos like this

Feat. Irving Mills


This side was produced in New York City on November 6th 1928 by "Jack Pettis & His Pets" featuring Irving Mills vocals & director, and Jack Pettis c-melody, alto sax, & leader, with unknown cornets, trombones, saxophones, tuba, banjo, piano, & drums.

*"Baby" was composed by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields.

In 1928 Irving Mills became one of the first to record a racially integrated band, combining twelve white musicians with the "Duke Ellington Orchestra" for the production of a 12" 78 rpm disc featuring an historic performance of "St. Louis Blues".

For the original hit version of this song performed by Adelaide Hall Click Here.

If you enjoy 20sJazz.com, Please Share us with your Friends. Thanks!
For more Jack Pettis videos, click here

See the complete catalog of
20's jazz videos

About Us | Privacy Policy | Contact