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Alvino Rey
also called Alvino Ray

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  1. Alvin McBurney , known by his stage name Alvino Rey, was an American swing era musician, often credited as the father of the pedal steel guitar

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  2. born July 11907 – February 2 2004

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  3. Some sources say Rey became a Mormon about the time of his marriage to Luisa in 1937

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  4. mainly associated with orchestral, big band and swing music, and towards the end of his career, jazz and exotica

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  5. Alvin McBurney was born in Oakland, California, but moved to Cleveland, Ohio at age ten

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  6. Alvino played in other bands, including alongside such names as Russ Morgan and Freddie Martin

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