Her mother, Alma, agreed. She didn't like the surly Jorden one bit. And those musicians were unreliable. And what if it interfered with her career? Jorden lived locally in Evanstown, Cincinnati, where Doris had been born, and played in the same band as her. She'd been signed up after turning up with other young hopefuls, clutching some sheet music, desperate to impress local entrepreneur and band leader Barney Rapp.