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Johnny Bothwell (May 23, 1919, Gary, Indiana – September 12, 1995, Lakeland, Florida) was an American jazz alto saxophonist and bandleader. Bothwell played in Chicago in 1940 and then moved to New York City, playing with Woody Herman (1943) and Sonny Dunham (1944–46). He was a key member and featured soloist of Boyd Raeburn's groups in 1944–45, and played with Gene Krupa in 1945. He formed his own groups between 1945 and 1949, and held a residency at the Tin Pan Alley Club in Chicago as well as in New York and Boston.

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  • Johnny Bothwell (* 23. Mai 1919 in Gary, Indiana; † 12. September, 1995 in Lakeland, Florida) war ein US-amerikanischer Jazz-Altsaxophonist und Bandleader. Johnny Bothwell war von Johnny Hodges beeinflusst, spielte 1940 in Chicago und ging dann nach New York City, um in den Bands von Woody Herman (1943) und Sonny Dunham (1944–1946) zu spielen. Er war dann 1944/45 einer der Hauptsolisten in den Formationen von Boyd Raeburn und spielte 1945 bei Gene Krupa. Zwischen 1945 und 1949 hatte er eigene Formationen und ein Engagement im Chicagoer Tin Pan Alley Club, außerdem in New York und Boston. In seiner Band spielten unter anderem Joe Maini, Eddie Shu und Frank Isola. Bothwell wirkte auch an Aufnahmen von Oscar Pettiford mit. Nach 1949 zog er nach Miami, wo er einige Bands leitete, aber selbst n
  • Johnny Bothwell (May 23, 1919, Gary, Indiana – September 12, 1995, Lakeland, Florida) was an American jazz alto saxophonist and bandleader. Bothwell played in Chicago in 1940 and then moved to New York City, playing with Woody Herman (1943) and Sonny Dunham (1944–46). He was a key member and featured soloist of Boyd Raeburn's groups in 1944–45, and played with Gene Krupa in 1945. He formed his own groups between 1945 and 1949, and held a residency at the Tin Pan Alley Club in Chicago as well as in New York and Boston.
  • Johnny Bothwell (Gary, 23 mei 1919 - Lakeland, 12 september 1995) was een Amerikaanse jazz-altsaxofonist en bandleider. Bothwell, als saxofonist beïnvloed door Johnny Hodges, speelde in Chicago en vanaf 1943 in New York City, in de orkesten van Woody Herman (1943), Boyd Raeburn (1944-1945), Gene Krupa (1945) en Sonny Dunham (1944-1946). Hierna had hij tot 1949 eigen groepen en werkte hij in de Tin Pan Alley Club in Chicago, in New York en Boston. Bij hem speelden onder meer Joe Maini, Eddie Shu en Frank Isola. Rond 1949 vertrok hij naar Miami en was daarna niet meer actief als musicus.
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  • Johnny Bothwell (* 23. Mai 1919 in Gary, Indiana; † 12. September, 1995 in Lakeland, Florida) war ein US-amerikanischer Jazz-Altsaxophonist und Bandleader. Johnny Bothwell war von Johnny Hodges beeinflusst, spielte 1940 in Chicago und ging dann nach New York City, um in den Bands von Woody Herman (1943) und Sonny Dunham (1944–1946) zu spielen. Er war dann 1944/45 einer der Hauptsolisten in den Formationen von Boyd Raeburn und spielte 1945 bei Gene Krupa. Zwischen 1945 und 1949 hatte er eigene Formationen und ein Engagement im Chicagoer Tin Pan Alley Club, außerdem in New York und Boston. In seiner Band spielten unter anderem Joe Maini, Eddie Shu und Frank Isola. Bothwell wirkte auch an Aufnahmen von Oscar Pettiford mit. Nach 1949 zog er nach Miami, wo er einige Bands leitete, aber selbst nicht mehr spielte.
  • Johnny Bothwell (Gary, 23 mei 1919 - Lakeland, 12 september 1995) was een Amerikaanse jazz-altsaxofonist en bandleider. Bothwell, als saxofonist beïnvloed door Johnny Hodges, speelde in Chicago en vanaf 1943 in New York City, in de orkesten van Woody Herman (1943), Boyd Raeburn (1944-1945), Gene Krupa (1945) en Sonny Dunham (1944-1946). Hierna had hij tot 1949 eigen groepen en werkte hij in de Tin Pan Alley Club in Chicago, in New York en Boston. Bij hem speelden onder meer Joe Maini, Eddie Shu en Frank Isola. Rond 1949 vertrok hij naar Miami en was daarna niet meer actief als musicus. Bothwell heeft meegespeeld op opnames van onder meer Dizzy Gillespie, Anita O'Day en Ben Webster.
  • Johnny Bothwell (May 23, 1919, Gary, Indiana – September 12, 1995, Lakeland, Florida) was an American jazz alto saxophonist and bandleader. Bothwell played in Chicago in 1940 and then moved to New York City, playing with Woody Herman (1943) and Sonny Dunham (1944–46). He was a key member and featured soloist of Boyd Raeburn's groups in 1944–45, and played with Gene Krupa in 1945. He formed his own groups between 1945 and 1949, and held a residency at the Tin Pan Alley Club in Chicago as well as in New York and Boston. Bothwell essentially gave up music after 1949, moving to Miami, Florida. He owned a number of bands but did not return to playing for the rest of his life.
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