Johnny Wiggs (July 25, 1899 - October 10, 1977) was a jazz musician and band
leader. Born John Wigginton Hyman on in New Orleans, Louisiana, he started ...
Johnny Wiggs. Johnny R. Wiggs. Position: Pitcher Bats: Left, Throws: Left Height:
5' 11", Weight: 165 lb. Born: March 13, 1967 in lakeland, Florida, United States ...
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Feb 10, 2012 ... A Doc Souchon / Bill Russell production recorded in N.O. in 1956 a composition
by Wiggs - Johnny Wiggs cnt, Emile Christian tbn, Ray Burke ...
Nov 13, 2013 ... This entry provides an overview of the life and career of Johnny Wiggs, traditional
New Orleans jazz cornetist.
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This week on our show Jim Cullum recalls a jam session with cornetist Johnny
Wiggs, and Mardi Gras parades when he played with drummer Paul Barbarin
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King Zulu Parade, Johnny Wiggs and His New Orleans Kings Johnny Wiggs (
Cornet) Raymond Burke (Clarinet) Emile Christian (Trombone) Jeff Riddick (