Frank Lacy

Ku-umba Frank Lacy is an American jazz trombonist

His father was a teacher who had played guitar with Illinois Jacquet, Eddie Cleanhead Vinson, and Arnett Cobb; his mother sang gospel music.[1] He played piano from age eight, and played trumpet, euphonium, and tuba before settling on trombone at age 16.[citation needed]

He earned a bachelor's degree in physics[citation needed] before studying music at the Berklee College of Music,[citation needed] where he played with Branford Marsalis, Greg Osby, and Marvin Smith. Lacy then studied for his Masters degree at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University

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