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Le Maire

Le Maire

29.01.2011

Obituary

Published in Musician Obituaries
Jazz Guitar Legend Jack Le Maire, passes away at 99 yrs old Monday Oct 18, 2010 from natural causes, in Tarzana California. 
Jack Le Maire was born into show business on July 1, 1911.   At a very early age, he joined the Ziegfeld Follies which featured his father, George Le Maire, the vaudevillian performer, writer and producer whom Milton Berle dubbed the "greatest straight man in showbiz". George, who was on the bill with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra, wanted to find the pint …