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

Alphonse Trent

Alphonse Trent

March 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 Champion 40096. The track featured Leo “Stuff” Smith (v/vn), Chester Clark, Irving Randolph, George Hudson & 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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