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“The smooth jazz trumpet idiom has been the stronghold of Ric Braun, Greg Adams, Chris Botti and, in its earliest iterations, Miles Davis and Herb Alpert. With Workin' It,, Bolvin shows he has the goods to stand with those commercially better-known players.” ~Nick Mondello All About Jazz.com

“This disc contains an outstanding variety of compelling music, and it will be Eric Bolvin’s breakout project! WORKIN’ IT is a hit. Highly recommended!” ~Sandy Shore, Smooth Jazz.com

“Bolvin is one hot player, drawing from the inspiration of the trumpet’s masters and turning it into his own sound. In fact, Bolvin has a sound to which many players aspire; and he is a forthright bandleader, composer and arranger.” ~Trevor McLaren - All About Jazz.com

“I have to say that Eric Bolvin is quite impressive. I think he’s on to something here.” ~Ronald Jackson- JazzReview.com

Gear

Conn Vintage 1 flugelhorn


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Primary Instrument

Trumpet

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

Albums

Album No Boundaries by Eric Bolvin

No Boundaries

Innervision Records
2010

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Album Workin' It by Eric Bolvin

Workin' It

Self Produced
2009

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Album Eric Bolvin's Quorum by Eric Bolvin

Eric Bolvin's Quorum

EBjazz Records
2003

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