|Jim Cullum (2000)|
|Jim Cullum, Jr. (b. September 20, 1941, San Antonio, Texas) is an American jazz cornetist noted for his contributions to the Dixieland jazz tradition.
Cullum's father was Jim Cullum, Sr., a clarinetist who led the Happy Jazz Band up until his death in 1973. Cullum has led the Jim Cullum Jazz Band as a successor group; his sidemen have included Allan Vache, Brian Ogilvie, Mike Pittsley, and John Sheridan.
Since 1963 he has played in the jazz club The Landing in San Antonio; Cullum has broadcast performances from the club on a radio series called Riverwalk: Live From the Landing since the late 1980s. He has recorded for Jazzology Records and Columbia Records (1985's Porgy & Bess) in addition to Audiophile, Stomp Off, and his own Riverwalk.
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