George Frazier Net Worth, Income

George Frazier Net Worth

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$57’000’000. *This information was provided by Joni Korrick, 47 years old. From Portia, Arkansas


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Height, Weight

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1,84m.*This information was provided by Verne, 55 years old. From Farmington, Kentucky.
How big is George Frazier weight?

75kg.**This information was provided by Katheryn Allebach, 39 years old. From Augusta, Missouri.
69kg.***This information was provided by Perren Iannaccone, 25 years old. From Silverwood, Michigan.


George Frazier information

Birth date and age[BOD]: 1911-06-10

Death date: 1974-06-13

Profession: Art Department
George Francis Frazier, Jr. (June 10, 1911 – June 13, 1974) was an American journalist.Boston-raised, Frazier was graduated from Harvard College in 1932. He wrote for the Boston newspapers and for Esquire magazine, as well as many other venues, including the New York papers. Beginning as a noted jazz critic, his Sweet and Low Down column, debuting in the Boston Herald on January 27, 1942, was the first regular jazz column in an American big-city daily. He soon left jazz criticism for general journalism. He concluded his career as a much-revered columnist for The Boston Globe.Called Acidmouth by his publishers at Down Beat, he was legendary for his arch style, acerbic wit, erudite Olympian pronouncements on mens fashion, and general je ne sais quoi.Frazier wrote the song Harvard Blues (music by Tab Smith), recorded in 1941 by Count Basie and included on the compilation The Count Basie Story, Disc 3 – Harvard Blues (2001, Proper Records).Thanks to his writing, Frazier earned a place on the master list of Nixon political opponents.It feels like snow, he said, and it was all there, all the sadness and all the silveryness in a single sentence.All I’m trying to say, really, is that most boutique customers should be lined up before a firing squad at dawn and that there should be a minute of silence to thank God for the existence of people like Miles Davis.Duende was George Frazier’s favorite word. It is, of course, the precise word to describe his life and his writings: roughly translated—grace, wit and class.

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