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About Rob McConnell

Unless you're Brian Setzer, it doesn't pay to keep an orchestra together in the modern age, but Rob McConnell has been beating the odds since the 1960s. His Swing-meets-Bop Big Band features the hottest Canadian jazz veterans, including guitarist Ed Bickert (a favorite of Paul Desmond) and McConnell himself, who is a fine valve trombonist. Perfect for those who love the hard hitting sounds of Woody Herman, Thad Jones, Gerald Wilson, and Atomic-era Count Basie.

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Listen toRob McConnellon Napster

Unless you're Brian Setzer, it doesn't pay to keep an orchestra together in the modern age, but Rob McConnell has been beating the odds since the 1960s. His Swing-meets-Bop Big Band features the hottest Canadian jazz veterans, including guitarist Ed Bickert (a favorite of Paul Desmond) and McConnell himself, who is a fine valve trombonist. Perfect for those who love the hard hitting sounds of Woody Herman, Thad Jones, Gerald Wilson, and Atomic-era Count Basie.

About Rob McConnell

Unless you're Brian Setzer, it doesn't pay to keep an orchestra together in the modern age, but Rob McConnell has been beating the odds since the 1960s. His Swing-meets-Bop Big Band features the hottest Canadian jazz veterans, including guitarist Ed Bickert (a favorite of Paul Desmond) and McConnell himself, who is a fine valve trombonist. Perfect for those who love the hard hitting sounds of Woody Herman, Thad Jones, Gerald Wilson, and Atomic-era Count Basie.

About Rob McConnell

Unless you're Brian Setzer, it doesn't pay to keep an orchestra together in the modern age, but Rob McConnell has been beating the odds since the 1960s. His Swing-meets-Bop Big Band features the hottest Canadian jazz veterans, including guitarist Ed Bickert (a favorite of Paul Desmond) and McConnell himself, who is a fine valve trombonist. Perfect for those who love the hard hitting sounds of Woody Herman, Thad Jones, Gerald Wilson, and Atomic-era Count Basie.