Milton Hinton

Milton Hinton (* 23. June 1910 in Vicksburg, Mississippi; † 19. December 2000 in Queens, New York) was jazz bassist, - singers, - picking up vein, - composer, - photographer, - researchers, and - author.

It was considered as perfect successors Pops Fosters, Bill Johnsons and Wellman Brauds. It received numerous honorary offices and honour titles. It buildup in Chicago, where it learned first violin, horn and bass Saxofon, and then to the Northwestern University bass studied. As well as its jazz career began with Eddie South and Erskine would do with Freddie Keppard, Jabbo Smith and Zutty single clay/tone.


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