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Jim Pugh

Primary Instrument: Trombone

Born: November 12, 1950    

Jim Pugh

Jim Pugh is a distinguished trombonist, composer, and educator. The inspiring virtuosity and wonderful versatility he has demonstrated during the course of his career has caused Jim to be often honored as the “musician’s musician”. Whether he is performing as a concerto soloist in a symphonic setting, recording and touring with legendary artists in the fields of classical, jazz, & rock, or bringing forth his own exciting new compositions that expand the role of brass in contem¬porary music, his creativity knows no boundaries.

Early years:

Jim began studying piano at age five and trombone at age ten. After graduating from the Eastman School of Music, Jim toured extensively with the Woody Herman Band and with Chick Corea before deciding to settle down and make New York City his home....
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    Telarc
    2006
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    E 'n J -- Legend and Lion

    Superkids
    2006

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