BirthdayJune 28, 1903
BirthplaceNew York, USA

Celebrity biographies

  1. About Adrian Rollini

    Full name: Adrian Rollini
    Also known as: Adrian Rollini, Rollini, Adrian
    Professions: Actor, Soundtrack
    Occupation: Bass saxophonist, band leader

  2. Adrian Rollini Death information

    Died: Tuesday, 15th of May, 1956 (Age: 52)

  3. Adrian Rollini Biography

    Adrian Francis Rollini (June 28, 1903 – May 15, 1956) was an American jazz multi-instrumentalist who played the bass saxophone, piano, xylophone, and many other instruments. Rollini is also known for introducing the goofus in jazz music. As leader, his major recordings included "You've Got Everything" (1933), "Savage Serenade" (1933) and "Got The Jitters (1934) on Banner, Perfect, Melotone, Romeo, Oriole, "A Thousand Good Nights" (1934) on Vocalion, "Davenport Blues" (1934) on Decca, "Nothing But Notes", "Tap Room Swing", "Jitters", "Riverboat Shuffle" (1934) on Decca, and "Small Fry" (1938) on Columbia.

  4. Adrian Rollini Family

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