Bob Scannapieco, aka Bobby Scann, RIP

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Doug Elliott
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Bob Scannapieco, aka Bobby Scann, RIP

Post by Doug Elliott » Sun Apr 01, 2018 9:44 pm

I just heard that my friend Bobby Scann died yesterday in Las Vegas.

I knew him in DC in the 70's when he played lead trombone in the Army Blues. He spent most of the time since then in Las Vegas.

I just talked to him a week ago...
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Re: Bob Scannapieco, aka Bobby Scann, RIP

Post by Neo Bri » Sun Apr 01, 2018 11:25 pm

Bummer. I never met him, I don't think. Sorry to hear that just the same.
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Re: Bob Scannapieco, aka Bobby Scann, RIP

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Re: Bob Scannapieco, aka Bobby Scann, RIP

Post by Jnoxon » Mon Apr 09, 2018 12:12 pm

I’ve known Bobby for a number of years a great guy excellent trombonist and a great writer as well. We first met at the 100 Trombone plus thing at UNLV year ago. I will miss him very much. We talked about 2 weeks ago.

His Christmas music books are excellent! If you don’t have them you should find a copy somewhere!
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