Charles Williams Higgins (April 17, 1924 – September 14, 1999) was an American saxophonist.
Higgins relocated from his birthplace of Gary, Indiana to Los Angeles in his teens, where he played trumpet and went to school at the Los Angeles Conservatory. Later switching to saxophone, he penned the single "Pachuko Hop" (1952), which became popular among American Latinos on the West Coast.[ Chuck Higgins] at Allmusic The "Pachuko Hop" single's B-side, "Motorhead Baby", was the inspiration for the nickname... meer
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