This exciting 72 minute roller coaster ride features the technical and musical wizardry of Bob McChesney on the slide trombone. Joined by the amazing pianist/organist Larry Goldings, world-renowned bassist Darek Oles, award-winning drummer Bill Stewart, and Yellow Jackets' saxophonist Bob Mintzer, the group tears up originals from Bob and Larry along with some re-imagined standards.
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International Trombone Journal interviews Bob McChesney
Bob McChesney was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and began playing the trombone in the fourth grade as part of his public school music program. He has since evolved into a world-renowned trombone soloist and an authority on trombone pedagogy. McChesney's trademark is the beauty of his sound, a lightening-fast technique, and his emotional connection to the music. With complete mastery of the instrument ...
Bob McChesney - Chez Sez / Audiophile Audition
Well-hidden in the movie and television studios of Southern California is slide trombonist Bob McChesney. Connoiseurs of the slide trombone would know of Bob, but the casual jazz fan would not be apprised of McChesney's prowess. Further, Bob is a master of the "doddle tongue," a method of articulation that enables him to play ultra fast. McChesney has kept both active in the studio, and as an i...