- "In 1928, Trumbauer and Beiderbecke left Detroit to join the best-known dance orchestra in the co untry: the New-York-based Paul Whiteman Orchestra." It was 1927 in New York when Goldkette dissolved his band.
- " He first recorded with Midwestern jazz ensembles, The Wolverines and The Bucktown Five in 1924," There is an LP of the Wolverines and the Bucktown Five, but Bix did not record with the Bucktown Five."
- "He [Bix] left the Whiteman band in 1930. It was 1929.
" In the meantime, Beiderbecke played on four number-one records in 1928, all under the Whiteman name: "Together", "Ramona", "My Angel", and "Ol' Man River", which featured Bing Crosby on vocals." The vocalist in "Together" was Jack Fulton. The vocalists in "Ramona" were Austin Young and Jack Fulton. The vocalists in "My Angel" were Jack Fulton, Charles Gaylord and Al Rinker.