Top 20 Trombone Player celebrities in United States

Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Trombone Player celebrities [Updated February 27, 2021].

1. Josh Holcomb

Josh Holcomb net worth 2020
Josh Holcomb was born on July 12, 1991 in United States.
He created an animated character called Luckyboy.

2. Will Bradley

Will Bradley net worth 2020
Will Bradley was born on July 12, 1912 in United States.

Remembered for heading a boogie woogie group known as The Bradley Band, this trombone player and bandleader recorded the hit 1940 track "Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar." Bradley is also notable for his later work with Glenn Miller's United States Air Force Band and with the studio band for The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.

In the early 1940s, he served as the bandleader for CBS's Summer Silver Theater program, hosted by Ed Sullivan.

3. Dan Regan

Dan Regan net worth 2020
Dan Regan was born on May 9, 1977 in Corpus Christi, United States.
He created Liberation Brewery in Long Beach, California.

4. Robin Eubanks

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Robin Eubanks was born on October 25, 1955 in United States.

Jazz and jazz fusion slide trombonist who is the brother of former bandleader Kevin Eubanks.

He has played with jazz musicians like Stevie Wonder and Edward Harris.

5. Louis Nelson

Louis Nelson net worth 2020
Louis Nelson was born on September 17, 1902 in United States.
He served as Chair of the Works Progress Administration's band during The Great Depression.

6. Jimmy Knepper

Jimmy Knepper net worth 2020
Jimmy Knepper was born on November 22, 1927 in Los Angeles, United States.

Versatile jazz trombonist who performed with Charles Mingus and other jazz greats.

He performed with many bands over a career spanning decades, but his contribution to Mingus' The Clown and Tijuana Moods albums established his reputation for originality.

7. Grover Mitchell

Grover Mitchell was born on March 17, 1930 in United States.

A jazz trombonist who led the influential Count Basie orchestra after Basie's death.

He joined Count Basie's group in 1962 and stayed until the 1970s; coming back again only in 1995 as its third leader after Basie himself.

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