Mar. 5th in Gennett History, 1930: Alphonse Trent and His Orchestra Recorded “After You’ve Gone”

Mar. 5th in Gennett History, 1930: Alphonse Trent and His Orchestra recorded “After You’ve Gone” in Richmond. The recording appeared on Gennett 7161, Supertone 9653, Champion 15956 and 40096. The track featured Leo “Stuff” Smith (v/vn), Chester Clark, Irving Randolph, George Hudson and Peanuts Holland (c), Leo “Snub” Moseley (tb), James Jeter, Charles Pillars and Lee Hilliard (sax), Alphonse Trent (p), Eugene Crooke (g/bjo), Robert “Eppie” Jackson (bs), and A.G. Godley (d)

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