Alto sax, bandleader. Johnny Bothwell walked away from the music business at the end of the '40s, after having been fairly successful both as a player and bandleader. He moved from Chicago to New York in 1940, recording initially with Woody Herman and Sonny Dunham. Bothwell was the principal soloist with Boyd Raeburn for a while, then played with Gene Krupa. After that he headed his own groups from 1945-1949 in Chicago, New England and New York, then moved to Miami upon quitting playing in 1949. ~ Ron Wynn, Rovi

"To a Wild Rose" (1946) Johnny Bothwell
Johnny Bothwell - Whatever Happened To Johnny Bothwell? (1946)
"Chelsea Bridge" - Johnny Bothwell's Swingtet (1946 Signature)
I Won't Promise by Claire Hogan (duet with Johnny Bothwell)
V-Disc 683 Johnny Bothwell, Claude Thornhill, B. Goodman
V-Disc 643 Dinah Shore, Johnny Bothwell
The Trouble with Me Is You / Johnny Bothwell and his Orchestra
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