Rusty Dedrick

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Lyle "Rusty" Dedrick (12 July 1918 25 December 2009) was an American swing and bebop jazz trumpeter and composer born in Delevan, New York, probably better known for his work with Bill Borden, Dick Stabile, Red Norvo, Ray McKinley or Claude Thornhill, among others. [1]

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Discography

As leader/co-leader

As sideman

With Bobby Hackett

With Maxine Sullivan

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  2. Yanow, Scott. "Lyle "Rusty" Dedrick: A Salute to Bunny Berigan". AllMusic . Retrieved June 5, 2019.
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