Eddie Bert - Legendary trombonist is available for clinics and concerts. His vast experience in the music industry dates back to 1940. He has played in the bands of Illinois Jacquet, Galt MacDermott, Lionel Hampton, Thad Jones-Mel Lewis, Thelonius Monk, Elliot Lawrence, Charlie Mingus, Stan Kenton, Benny Goodman, Bill Finegan, Charlie Barnet, Woody Herman, and Red Norvo.
Tommy Dorsey - (November 19, 1905 – November 26, 1956) An American jazz trombonist, trumpeter, composer, and bandleader of the Big Band era.
Keith Ellis - Tribute to the late St. Louis trombone player, band leader and friend of the band who left us suddenly on May 16, 2000 after a successful CD release party. Keith put together a great big band that has performed with the likes of
Maynard Ferguson and Bobby Shew. It is a tribute to Keith that the band continues to perform.
Carl Fontana - Ask jazz trombonist Bill Watrous who his favorite trombonist is and he will immediately answer "Carl Fontana!"
Bruce Fowler - (born July 10, 1947) A prominent American trombone player and composer. He played trombone on many Frank Zappa records, as
well as with Captain Beefheart and in the Fowler Brothers Band.
Mick Gillete - The trombone player with Tower of Power.
Slide Hampton - (born April 21, 1932) An American jazz trombonist, composer and arranger..
Dick Halligan - The trombone player with Blood, Sweat & Tears.
Wayne Henderson - Founding member and trombone player with the Jazz Crusaders.
Don Lusher - (November 6, 1923 - 5th July 5, 2006) Lead trombone with Ted Heath for 9 years and one of Britain's top session men.
Glenn Miller - (March 1, 1904 - December 15, 1944) Alton Glenn Miller was a famous trombone player, arranger, and band leader in the big band era.
Jungle Dogs - The alter ego group of Jim Owens, the trombone player in The Wild, Cool & Swingin' Orchestra.
James Pankow - (born August 20, 1947) The trombone player with Chicago.
James E. (Jim) Pugh - Jim is a distinguished trombonist, composer, and educator as well as New York's top-call freelance trombonist for film scores, records, and music for television and radio advertising: over the past thirty-years he has lent his special talent to more than four thousand recording sessions.
>p>Bill Reichenbach - Bill, primarily a bass trombone player, was educated at the Eastman School of Music before relocating to LA in 1975 where he has played on at least 1,000 records, 600 movies plus countless jingles and television shows.
Frank Rosolino - (August 20, 1926 – November 26, 1978) was an American jazz trombonist.
Brett Stamps - This friend of the band is a great trombone player, writer, arranger, and teacher.
Jack Teagarden - A wonderful trombone player.
Trombone Page Of The World - This may be the most comprehensive trombone web site around. You can find your favorite players here and
if you are a player, then you can list yourself if you're not already listed.
Brent Wallarab - This friend of the band through Jim Owens is an outstanding writer, arranger and
Bill Watrous - (born June 8, 1939) Bill is a jazz trombonist perhaps best known by casual fans of jazz music for his rendition of Sammy Nestico's arrangement of the Johnny Mandel ballad "A Time for Love," which he recorded on a 1993 album of the same name. A self-described "bop-oriented" player, he is well known among fellow trombonists as a master technician and for his mellifluous sound.
Fred Wesley - The trombone player that was part of James Brown's horn section.