Letters, Aug. 11, 1941

Tall-Gate Artist

Sirs: I do not know whether the omission was intentional or accidental, but I do know that the no doubt world-renowned tailgate artist (trombone player to you), George Brunies, was not mentioned or pictured in your article about the Brass Rail Boys (TIME, July 21).

I can assure you that George is very much a part of the ensemble. . . . George does not play "Chicago Style"—or anything like it! He plays one of the roughest, guttiest, wide-open-est sliphorns to which it has been my pleasure to listen, and his style is...

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