Born: November 22, 1985
COLIN TRUSEDELL is originally from Indianapolis, Indiana where he began playing the upright and electric bass at the age of 13. While in high school, Colin had the privilege to study with the renowned Indianapolis musicians Brent Wallarab, Mark Buselli, Joe Deal, and Harry Miedema. While in high school, he had the opportunity to perform with Allen Vizzutti and Dick Oatts. After high school, Colin was accepted into the Navy Music Program and attended the Navy School of Music where he graduated in the top 3rd of his class. He was then assigned to Navy Band Northeast, stationed in Newport, Rhode Island. From 2004 to 2008 he performed with the Navy Band on regional tours from New York to Canada and appeared on NBC’s Today Show, ‘Fox and Friends’, the Montel Williams Show and with the Boston Pops Symphony Orchestra....
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Credentials/BackgroundColin Trusedell is the musical director for the United States Air Force Academy Band’s Top 40 ensemble Blue Steel and the adjunct faculty bass professor at Colorado State University – Pueblo. He is one of the most versatile upright and electric bass players in the United States in the field of jazz, fusion, pop and rock music. Colin is also an active writer, arranger, and bandleader. Colin’s latest CD, “Quartet of Jazz Death,” is his second as a bandleader, which features him on the electric bass as well as his original funk and fusion compositions...