Knowledge Identifier: +Buddy_Morrow
He first became Muni Morrow, Buddy Morrow, when he joined the Tommy Dorsey trombone section in 1938
In 1939, he performed with Paul Whiteman's Concert Orchestra for their Decca/Brunswick recording of Gershwin's "Concerto in F"
In 1940, Morrow joined his former Shaw band-mate Tony Pastor and his band for a little while, but this was only a short detour on his way to replacing Ray Conniff in the Bob Crosby band
His early 1950s records such as "Rose, Rose, I Love You" and "Night Train" appeared in the US "Billboard" charts
In 2009, Morrow was awarded the International Trombone Association's Lifetime Achievement award, an award that is given to a person who has significantly changed trombone playing around the world
Tommy Dorsey - Buddy Morrow conducted the Tommy Dorsey orchestra until his death on September 27, 2010