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Dave Bargeron is a versatile low-brass jazz artist hailing from Athol, Massachusetts, USA.
He won his first lead trombone job playing with Clark Terry's Big Band and from 1968-1970 played Bass Trombone and Tuba with Doc Severinsen's Band. In 1970, he joined Blood, Sweat and Tears. Dave's recording and concert schedule worldwide with BS&T includes eleven albums. A break in their schedule allowed Dave to join the Gil Evans Orchestra in 1972 and he remains a member of that Orchestra currently led by Gil's son, Miles Evans.
After leaving Blood, Sweat & Tears, Dave became both a sought-after recording musician in New York City and a well-known jazz artist
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