Celebrate the Trombone with the Allreds

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DAx
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Celebrate the Trombone with the Allreds

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I'm virtually attending the ITF this week. Seeing all those great performers has been a fantastic experience. Just prior to performing a solid jazz set on Wednesday, Tony Baker from UNT said - (paraphrased), "it's all about celebrating the trombone ". So in that spirit I share this: Two generations of trombonists, in the spirit of the ITF, it makes me smile.

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Only 50% Allred representation here, but delightful:

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I had the opportunity to play a concert featuring both Bill and John Allred with the Valencia College Jazz Lab Band in Orlando back in 2013. It was an incredible experience and they are the nicest guys.
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DAx wrote: Fri Jul 15, 2022 8:03 am I'm virtually attending the ITF this week. Seeing all those great performers has been a fantastic experience. Just prior to performing a solid jazz set on Wednesday, Tony Baker from UNT said - (paraphrased), "it's all about celebrating the trombone ". So in that spirit I share this: Two generations of trombonists, in the spirit of the ITF, it makes me smile.

I think I was at that performance. They were later joined by several more excellent trombonists. It was just fantastic!
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