Driveway Blues, I'm Forgettin' About You. 2. mp. American jazz (and rhythm & blues) drummer and bandleader. Roy after played with the "Ernie Fields Band" (late 1920's), moving to Los Angeles, California (1933) where he formed his own band : "The Solid Senders" a band of rhythm and blues with which received many hits. The "Grandfather" of Rhythm & Blues, very popular with black audiences from 1945 to 1953. Born : July 31, 1907 in Wynnewood, Oklahoma. Died : September 18, 1983 in Los Angeles, California.
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Roy Milton (born July 31, 1907, Wynnewood, Oklahoma, USA - died September 18, 1983, Los Angeles, California, USA) was an American R&B and jump blues singer, drummer and bandleader. He played with Ernie Fields (2)' band in the late 1920's before moving to Los Angeles, California in 1933, where he formed his own band Roy Milton & His Solid Senders playing rhythm and blues which proved to be successful. Nicknamed the "Grandfather of Rhythm & Blues" he was very popular with black audiences from 1945 to 1953.
Roy Milton, Roy Milton's Solid Serenaders - Don't You Remember Baby? 02:51. Roy Milton & His Solid Senders, Roy Milton, Camille Howard - Groovy Blues (12-22-45) 02:38. Roy Milton - That's The One For Me 02:43. Roy Milton - I Stood By 02:52. Roy Milton - Everything i do is wrong 03:00. Roy Milton - Playboy Blues 02:35. Ирвинг Берлин, Roy Milton - Marie 02:08. Roy Milton - Cryin' and Singin' the Blues 02:35. Roy Milton & His Solid Senders, Roy Milton, Camille Howard - Bye bye baby blues 03:01. Roy Milton - Cold Blooded Woman 03:05.
Roy Bunny Milton (July 31, 1907 – September 18, 1983) was an American R&B and jump blues singer, drummer and bandleader. Milton's grandmother was Chickasaw. He was born in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, and grew up on an Indian reservation before moving to Tulsa, Oklahoma. He joined the Ernie Fields band in the late 1920s as singer and, later, drummer. After moving to Los Angeles, in 1933, he formed his own band, the Solid Senders, with Camille Howard on piano