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Robin Eubanks

Robin Eubanks is the premier jazz trombonist of his generation.

Whether performing with his groups, EB3 or Mental Images, or with the critically acclaimed Dave Holland Quintet and Big Band—with whom he was an original member- Robin is an artist whose impact on audiences has proven powerful and lasting. Robin has recorded seven albums as a leader featuring his original music.

Robin was born to a very musical family: His brother, Kevin Eubanks, is the music director for The Tonight Show and another brother, Duane, plays trumpet in New York. Their mother has been a music educator for more than 30 years; and their Uncle Ray Bryant is a prominent jazz pianist in his own right.

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Date Event Time
Dec5Mon Robin Eubanks
The University Of The Arts: Caplan Recital Hall
Philadelphia, PA
8:00 pm
Dec6Tue Robin Eubanks
The University Of The Arts: Caplan Recital Hall
Philadelphia, PA
8:00 pm
Jan13Wed Robin Eubanks
Virginia G Piper Theater
Scottsdale, AZ
8:00 pm
Jan16Sat Robin Eubanks
SFJAZZ Center
San Francisco, CA
8:00 pm
Jan18Mon Robin Eubanks
SFJAZZ Center
San Francisco, CA
8:00 pm
Jan19Tue Robin Eubanks
SFJAZZ Center
San Francisco, CA
8:00 pm
Jan20Wed Robin Eubanks
SFJAZZ Center
San Francisco, CA
8:00 pm

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