Charles Suhor csuhor at zebra.net
Mon Jun 20 10:07:20 PDT 2005

Most amusing. There was also "Cinderella G. Stump"-- Jo Stafford 
singing "Temptation" ("Temp-tay-shun") in 1947. Don't know the label. 
Wasn't it Red Ingle and His Natural Seven backing her up?

Charlie Suhor

On Jun 20, 2005, at 10:37 AM, Steve barbone wrote:

> There are many reasons why jazz musicians used alternate names. 
> Recording
> contracts etc. The below website lists a plethora of such alternate 
> names.
> Bill Haesler may find the below website of use.
> Sourced from Tony Agostinelli on the Kenton List. He added a few of 
> his own.
> http://www16.brinkster.com/fitzgera/pseudo.htm
> Cheers,
> Steve Barbone
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