Jazz Icon Humphrey Lyttelton
Humph as he was lovingly known. Was one of the greatest Jazz trumpet players of his time.
Humphrey Richard Adeane Lyttelton (23 May 1921 – 25 April 2008). Also known as Humph. Was an English Jazz musician and broadcaster from the aristocratic Lyttelton Family.
Having taught himself the trumpet at school. Lyttelton became a popular figure of the trad jazz revival. Leading his own eight-piece band. Which recorded a hit single. “Bad Penny Blues”. In 1956. As a broadcaster, he presented BBC Radio 2’s The Best of Jazz for forty years. And also hosted the comedy panel game I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue, on Radio 4. Becoming the UK’s oldest panel game host.
Lyttelton was also a cartoonist. Collaborating on the long-running Flook series in the Daily Mail. And a calligrapher. He was also president of The Society for Italic Handwriting. A Great Man who Left Us A Wonderful Legacy.
iPhone 6/6s Full Wrap Case Humph
My Personal Tribute to Humph, and I wish you all to share my painting, printed upon your mobile phone.
- Made from slim, glossy, high quality plastic.
- Design wraps around to cover the back and sides of the case.
- Designed to snap on to the back of the phone.