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Nathan Eklund was born near Seattle, Washington and began his musical journey by studying piano at the age of six. Inspired by his grandfather's big band and military trumpet playing during the World War II era, Nathan picked up the trumpet at eleven and soon became interested in jazz through the trumpet voices of Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, and Clifford Brown.

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Primary Instrument

Trumpet

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

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Album Coin Flip by Nathan Eklund

Coin Flip

OA2 Records
2010

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Album Trip to the Casbah by Nathan Eklund

Trip to the Casbah

Jazz Excursion Records
2009

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Album The Crooked Line by Nathan Eklund

The Crooked Line

Jazz Excursion Records
2008

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Album The Crooked Line by Nathan Eklund

The Crooked Line

Jazz Excursion Records
2007

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Two As One

Two As One

Nathan Eklund
Crafty Christmas

Professor Dissendadt

Professor Dissendadt

Nathan Eklund
Coin Flip

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