Tom Stacks Tom Stacks
Tom Stacks (November 9, 1899 – February 19, 1936) was the lead singer, drummer, and sound effects man for many of Harry Reser's late 1920s jazz and novelty bands that included Harry Reser & his Six Jumping Jacks and Harry Reser's Rounders (Reser would use many of the same musicians and simply change the names of the bands so that he could work for several companies at once). Stacks's unusual voice has been described as having a "built-in smile" and also as being "what a man would sound like if his voice box remained in adolescence while the rest of his body matured."

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