Acronyms that contain the term johnny hodges

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JTHM

Johnny The Homicidal Maniac

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JVZ

Johnny Van Zant

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JWB

Johnny Walker Black

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JHJ

Johnny Hates Jazz

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JAHC

Johnny Appleseed Heritage Center

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WJDB

Why Johnny Doesn't Behave

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JBCF

Johnny Burke Childrens Foundation

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YJO

Johnny Mountain, British Columbia, Canada

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JJU

Johnny Jump-Up

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JD

Johnny Depp

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JC

Johnny Cash

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JQ

Johnny Quest

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JR

Johnny Ray

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JR

Johnny Rotten

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JB

Johnny Blaze

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JA

Johnny Angel

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JB

Johnny Bravo

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JTHM

Johnny The Homocidal Maniac

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JB

Johnny Boring

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WJDA

Why Johnny Doesn't Add

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JTHM

Johnny The Hommcidal Maniac

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JOK

Johnny O Keefe

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JFJH

Justice for Johnny Howard

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WJDD

Why Johnny Doesn't Draw

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WJDR

Why Johnny Doesn't Read

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What does johnny hodges mean?

Johnny Hodges
John Keith "Johnny" Hodges was an American alto saxophonist, best known for solo work with Duke Ellington's big band. He played lead alto in the saxophone section for many years, except the period between 1932 and 1946 when Otto Hardwick generally played first chair. Hodges was also featured on soprano saxophone, but refused to play soprano after 1946, when he was given the lead chair. He is considered one of the definitive alto saxophones players of the Big Band Era. Hodges started playing with Lloyd Scott, Sidney Bechet, Lucky Roberts and Chick Webb. When Ellington wanted to expand his band in 1928, Ellington's clarinet player Barney Bigard recommended Hodges. His playing became one of the identifying voices of the Ellington orchestra. From 1951 to 1955, Hodges left the Duke to lead his own band, but returned shortly before Ellington's triumphant return to prominence – the orchestra's performance at the 1956 Newport Jazz Festival.

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