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Jerry receives a stateside assignment as a military police officer. Then he goes back to Kansas to finish his degree.
Jerry's dream was to be a journalist so he heades to New York, hoping to get a journalist job. Unsuccessful in finding a journalist job he goes to work at BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.).
Jerry was the editor and the writer of Billboard Magazine, where he made the word "rhythm and blues", and at his suggestion, the magazine changed the records name from Race Records to Rhythm & Blues Records.
Jerry becomes a partner in The Atlantic Records.
Jerry wexler is born His parents were Jews from Europe, his father came from Poland and his mother from Germany. His father worked as a window washer and his mother didn't have a job.
Jerry marries Shirley Kampf In 1941. Jerry and Shirley move to Jerry's father's house.
Jerry and Shirley have three kids together. Jerry takes a job as a customs officer, but not for a long time because he needs to go to the army. He received a stateside assignment as a military police officer. Then he went back to Kansas to finish his degree.
Jerry dies in his house in Sarasota, Florida from a heart failure. at that time he was rich and well known.
Jerry is a youth. He failes at school and goes to work as a window washer. He likes to go to nightclubs with Jazz music (that is one of the only reasons that he likes to live in New York).
Jerry learns journalism at Kansas State College.
discovers and records Ray Charles. Jerry signs Led Zeppelin, Aretha Franklin and Dusty Springfield.
Jerry was introduced to the Rock n Roll's Hall of Fame. Atlantic Records were bought by Warner Brothers Records, where Jerry produced Bob Dylan's first album. Later on Jerry recorded George Michael's album, containing the song "Careless Whisper".
Today most of the people do not know who Jerry Wexler was, although he signed a lot of famous bands and singer.
at this time many poor immigrants were coming to New York. That meant that Jerry's family wasn't the only poor family around. The place where Jerry's family lived was a poor neighborhood.
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