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The novel mentions other band leaders in San Francisco: "[[Chubby Carlton]], [[Rex Kingsford]], [[Chick Stoner]] and [[Phil Martin]]." Phil Martin, also a singer, becomes a murder victim after suing Harrison, throwing suspicion on Harrison: "Phil Martin, popular San Francisco band leader and one-time member of Hal Harrison's orchestra to bring suit against Harrison for one million dollars."  
 
The novel mentions other band leaders in San Francisco: "[[Chubby Carlton]], [[Rex Kingsford]], [[Chick Stoner]] and [[Phil Martin]]." Phil Martin, also a singer, becomes a murder victim after suing Harrison, throwing suspicion on Harrison: "Phil Martin, popular San Francisco band leader and one-time member of Hal Harrison's orchestra to bring suit against Harrison for one million dollars."  
  
Scat Miller plays tenor sax in this band.
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Scat Miller plays tenor sax in this band. Bandleader [[Phil Martin]] was a former memeber.  
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 07:41, 16 October 2019

Hal Harrison and His Harmony Men Sudden Silence.png
Successful and famous 1930s swing/dance band from the 1938 mystery novel Sudden Silence, the Case of the Murdered Band-Leader, by Cortland Fitzsimmons (New York, Frederick A. Stokes Company). It features Mary Dale of "the famous Dale Sisters Trio which had been associated with Hal from his early days..."

The novel mentions other band leaders in San Francisco: "Chubby Carlton, Rex Kingsford, Chick Stoner and Phil Martin." Phil Martin, also a singer, becomes a murder victim after suing Harrison, throwing suspicion on Harrison: "Phil Martin, popular San Francisco band leader and one-time member of Hal Harrison's orchestra to bring suit against Harrison for one million dollars."

Scat Miller plays tenor sax in this band. Bandleader Phil Martin was a former memeber.

See also

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