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Trumpet Summit Prague

“High-brass firepower is the theme of Trumpet Summit Prague, and there’s plenty of the good stuff to go around, thanks to the on-point playing and improvising of a trio of trumpeters. Here, American players Randy Brecker and Bobby Shew, and Jan Hasenöhrl, founder of the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, join forces with the CSNO and St. Blaise’s Big Band in a 2012 concert at the celebrated Smetana Hall.

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Rock Candy Funk Party – Groove Is King

Randy says:
“Rock Candy Funk Party is quickly moving to the top of the charts! My friend drummer Tal Bergman asked me to write 9 Horn Charts and play on this Super Funky CD…With the help of Ada Rovatti on saxophones and Jim Campagnola on bari we made a good horn section. the great Joe Bonamassa is featured on Guitar! Check it Out if you like 70s style FUNK!”

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A Message from Randy!

So I’ve been a little slow with posting my itinerary lately and that’s because July 22 under the laparoscopic baton of Dr. Ashutosh Tewari head of Urology at Mt. Sinai I had prostate surgery….

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Upcoming Shows

  • September 2, 2015
    Big Band Recording Session For Charles Calello
    Avatar Studios, New York City, NY
  • September 26, 2015
    w/ John Nugent St. Johns
  • September 29, 2015
    Tribute to Dr. Eddie Henderson
    New School, New York, Ny

About Randy

“Night After night the stunningly swinging trumpeter Randy Brecker never played an unmusical note or unshapely phrase.”

-Paul de Barros/DownBeat Magazine

Jazz trumpeter and composer Randy Brecker has helped shape the sound of jazz, R&B and rock for more than four decades. His trumpet and flugelhorn performances have graced hundreds of albums by a wide range of …

Brecker Brothers

Over the last three decades. Randy and Michael Brecker have carved out an indelible niche in the world of music.

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