"Henry "Buster" Smith", also known as "Professor Smith", was an American jazz alto saxophone/alto saxophonist and mentor to Charlie Parker.Handbook of Texas Online, s.v. "," http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/SS/fsmgx.html (accessed October 27, 2007) Smith was instrumental in instituting the Texas Sax Sound with Count Basie and Lester Young in the 1930s. Smith played saxophone for a range of musicians including Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald and Earl Hines, though in his career only recorded one solo album in 1959. Despite intending to release a follow-up in the 1960s, Smith was injured in an accident leading to a follow-up never eventuating.

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It has always been the goal of the city to create a first-class facility that equals those across the state. We want to do it. We want to do it right. We want to have something that Orangeburg and the surrounding area can be proud of.

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