Chris Pyne

Real Name:
Norman Christopher Pyne
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English trombonist, born February 14, 1939 in Bridlington, England, died April 12, 1995 in London.
Although not the most ubiquitous British trombone player, Chris Pyne was certainly one of the best. Frank Sinatra insisted that he played trombone on all the singer's European tours between 1970 and 1983 and Pyne became the trombonist most in demand in the London studios. He has accompanied among others Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett, Dizzy Gillespie and Sarah Vaughan.
Brother of Mick Pyne.
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Albums

ACMCD4393 Chris Pyne - Groovin' High: Jam Session At The Hopbine, 1965 album art Red Price, Ray Warleigh & Chris Pyne With The Johnny Burch Trio Red Price, Ray Warleigh & Chris Pyne With The Johnny Burch Trio - Groovin' High: Jam Session At The Hopbine, 1965(CD, Album) Acrobat ACMCD4393 UK 2017 Sell This Version